Patricia'S Bed And Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPatricia'S Bed And Breakfast Guatemala City
A nice quiet (apart from the planes) place to stay, close to the airport and only half an hour Qtz$1 bus ride into the city centre.The house is in a secure security gated residential comunity with a bus stop right outside the gates. The plane noise seemed to quieten down after midnight and wasn't a problem. Alberto (who speaks execlent English) is very helpfull. Kitchen is the families but it was never a problem to use it, just ask first. Breakfast was very good, a huge plate of fruit and toast
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