Porta Hotel Antigua8va Calle Poniente No1, Antigua Guatemala 4.0 out of 5.0
This family-friendly Antigua Guatemala hotel is located in the historical district, within a 5-minute walk of San Jose el Viejo Ruins and Antigua Guatemala Colonial ...
Hotel Casa Santo Domingo3a Calle Oriente No 28 A, Antigua Guatemala 4.0 out of 5.0
Hotel Casa Santo Domingo is located a 4-minute walk from Parque Central and Antigua Cathedral. Among the craft studios and cafés of this central part of town ...
Hotel Soleil La Antigua9 Calle Poniente, Antigua Guatemala 3.5 out of 5.0
This family-friendly Antigua Guatemala hotel is within a 15-minute walk of San Jose el Viejo Ruins, Antigua Market, and Handicraft Market. Central Park and El Fotografo Gallery ...
Visit Antigua, Guatemala
Nearly 35,000 people live in Antigua, and a larger number of people visit the area, making it a popular tourist destination in Guatemala. The city is home to several volcanoes and historical ruins that date back to ancient times. When booking your trip, search for the best Antigua hotels at Orbitz.com.
Avenida Norte is one of the main roads in Antigua, with several hotels sitting along it. The cobblestone roads surrounding the buildings add a touch of old-world charm to the place, while the new restaurants and businesses exude modernization. El Convento Boutique Hotel is just a short walk from the Convent of the Capuchins, which dates back to the 18th century. The suites combine modern style with rustic charm, and guests can avail themselves of amenities such as plasma televisions. A large bar downstairs is the perfect place to unwind at the end of the day or to have a drink before heading off for the night. Rooms start at $90 per night. Hotel El Carmen is just as lovely, available for only $60 per night. Its rooms surround a central courtyard with elegant tables and chairs for guests.
Norte Iglesia is another main road of the city, and sitting on it, inside an old-fashioned house once inhabited by a coffee plantation owner, is the Filadelfia Coffee Resort. Fields surround the building, and the current owners still operate the plantation, which adds a rustic feel to the area. The resort opened its doors during the late 19th century, and guests keep returning for the peaceful retreat the resort offers. The 8,000-foot mountain behind the resort is the perfect backdrop for your trip, and many of the rooms offer views of either the mountain or the nearby gardens. Two on-site restaurants serve authentic local food and contemporary international food, and guests can take tours of the working coffee plantation. Among the most popular activities for tourists include hiking, mountain biking, bird watching, and canopy tours.
Not far from the other roads is Calle Poniente, where Portal Hotel stands. The natural plants surrounding the hotel are home to native animals, and guests can watch them from their rooms. Each room has a small balcony or patio with comfortable chairs and tables. The on-site Ceiba Spa offers natural treatment and massage that utilize locally grown ingredients. Guests can skip the spa and enjoy the sauna or steam bath. The hotel also has its own beauty salon and a gym for those who want to stay in shape during their trip. The smoke-free facility has a library where guests can relax with a cold drink and enjoy a good book, and it is only a short walk from many of the ancient ruins.
Experience Antigua, Guatemala
Finding an accommodation in Antigua shouldn’t be a hassle. Even though thousands of people flock to the city for the Cathedral of San Jose, San Francisco Church, and other cultural sites, you can find affordable rooms and luxury rooms through Orbitz.com, which offers low prices on the top Antigua hotels.
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