Our Services:

>Unlimited Wi-fi in all rooms
>Computer use
>Coffee, tea and bread every
>Purified water
>Cable TV in all rooms
>Private bathrooms with hot water

>Reading room on third floor
>360 roof-top terrace

Other Services (additional cost):

Shuttle transportation
Tour coordination
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Important Facts:

Currency: 1US$= 7.40 Quetzales

>Dollars are accepted but they must be in
perfect shape (no rips or even folds).
>Euros are not easily exchanged in all

Population: 248,019
Longitude: 90°44’02”
Altitude: 1530 mts.

Time: GMT/UTC minus 6 hours

Electricity:  110V, 60Hz
Country Area Code: 502
Climate: 16-25 C
Rainy Season: May- October
Surrounded by impressive volcanoes (Agua, Acatenango and Fuego), Antigua is one of the most beautiful colonial cities in
the world.

Listed as a
UNESCO World Heritage site in 1979, the Spanish colonial architecture is impressive and present in all of  it's
enchanting churches, monasteries and private homes. The cobblestone streets are lined with cafes, restaurants and shops
adding to the charming and colorful nature of this magnificent city.

Antigua is famous for its ruins, churches and traditional crafts like ceramics, silver and jade jewelery, wooden sculptures,
woven textiles and more.

If you visit Antigua during Semana Santa (Easter week) you will witness some of the most impressive processions in the
world as well as the elaborate Alfombras (carpets) made out of colored sawdust, pine needles and flowers.

Another attraction are the Coffee tours where you can get a glimpse into the process of Guatemala's world renown coffee.

Spanish language schools, some of the best and most affordable in Latin America are another great reason to come
experience Antigua and go home having learned another language while on vacation.