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This luxurious boutique hotel in the 16th century Spanish Colonial City of Antigua Guatemala defines elegant understated hospitality.
With the utmost in personal service and a staff conversant in Spanish, French and English.
This small boutique hotel offers all of the conveniences required by the international traveler.
Offering nine individually decorated guest bedrooms and a magnificent rooftop guest suite.
There is a terrace with a bar and breakfast dining.
All of the rooms and suites are reminiscent of residential style hospitality with an emphasis on guest comfort and convenience.
A traditional timber and iron door opens from the cobblestone streets of Antigua to welcome you into a private garden courtyard complete with pool which leads to the intimate reception and main salon.
The salon, suite and guest rooms are Antiguan in décor featuring a collection of framed historic huipils adorning the walls and romantic flickering candles throughout during the evening.
This comfortable and residential atmosphere lends itself perfectly to enjoying a glass of wine or cappuccino by the fireplace.
Each room is furnished with custom-designed wrought iron king or queen poster beds, feather and down comforters, multiple pillows and fine Italian linens.
The rooms are a combination of a European sense of style and Antiguan decor with a private collection of framed ceremonial huipils adorning the walls; custom made armoires with refrigerators, safes and TV’s and ample room for clothing.
The bathrooms have natural stone accents with walk in showers, signature bathrobes and imported amenities.
Guest room exterior windows have been double paned to ensure a quiet peacefulness.
Most guest rooms are on the first level with windows to the courtyard garden or the intimate lily pond with candle-lit stepping-stones leading to your room.
The Suite and Studio Twin are on the rooftop terrace with a bar and breakfast dining.
This fabulous master suite on the rooftop-terrace offers a large bedroom and sitting room configuration featuring a king size custom designed four-poster wrought iron bed piled high with down pillows and comforters all wrapped in fine Italian linens.
The sitting area is opulent with framed antique huipils, oriental rugs, easy chairs and ottomans all focused around a fireplace nestled in the corner and built in typical colonial Antigua style.
A rough hewn timber and iron door enters into an oversized bathroom featuring a walk in shower and soaking tub set on a natural stone platform.
Antigua is known for its clear blue skies and through the windows of the suite and bathroom are magnificent views of one of the world’s perfect volcanoes.
Only four blocks away, a glimpse of the Cathedral in Central Plaza can be seen through hanging bougainvillea and over the domed rotundas of the city.
Mountains, volcanoes, and flower and coffee plantations surround Antigua. The city is a designated World Heritage Site by UNESCO and only a 45-minute drive from Guatemala City International Airport and an hour East of the Pacific coast.
The hotel’s central location allows easy access to nearby attractions such as the Central Plaza, the social center of Antigua for residents and visitors alike and surrounded by some of the most exquisite shopping and dining in Central America.
Also within walking distance are the markets of the Artisans, the National Museum and an abundance of classically restored ruins, convents and churches.
Nearby attractions include the market town of Chichicastenango and the tranquility of Lake Atitlan that are easily accessible by private car or shuttle.
The variety of activities is boundless in Guatemala and Antigua is the perfect central location offering access to most of the countries amazing vistas.
A visit to Antigua can be as simple as relaxing days strolling through the Plaza taking in the fascinating sights and colors, wandering through cobblestone streets which have not changed in 500 years and enjoying some of the most sophisticated dining, shopping, art galleries and markets in Central America.
For the more adventurous traveler there is volcano hiking with incredible views, mountain biking, river kayaking and deep-sea fishing off the Pacific coast. Additionally Antigua has access to several ancient Mayan sites.
The staff will be pleased to make all of your arrangements either in advance or upon arrival.