Hotel Capri

Address: 9. Avenida 15-63, Guatemala City, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Hotel
 
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Capri Guatemala City

Reviewed by panf007

Better than expected

Reviewed Feb 3, 2013
by (20 reviews) Pinawa , Canada Flag of Canada

Great value. Good Security. Quiet place in the middle of Zona 1. Two block from the bus station (bus from Flores/ Tikal). We arrived late, needed to stay overnight. Can't ask for more.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Capri Guatemala City

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Guatemala City

End of tour and overnight bus to Flores, Guatemala

A travel blog entry by phil-marie2010 on Jan 03, 2015

8 photos

... managed to change it for the 9:30pm bus to Flores using our bad Spanish. The bus left on time and as we left Guatemala City we tried to get some sleep. But as the bus took the same route we made on the tour it went through the mountains and meandered through the hills, which meant that we didn't get much sleep along the way as we bounced around the seats. Also the bus was either freezing cold or boiling hot so we lost a lot of sleep along the ...

Trip to hospital

A travel blog entry by amzellen on Nov 21, 2014

... hospital language. The 'hospital' was actually better than expected. To be honest when you think of a Central American hospital, I imagined something you would see of the comic relief adverts, packed with people, no 'real' doctors and hot. All of those things were completely wrong. It looked like a posh house and had a nice reception in the front. The lady said I would be seen within 10 minutes, so I ...

Day 10 (Trip 2, Day 1) - Guatemala

A travel blog entry by jonoscott on Mar 14, 2014

4 photos

... take a chance to look around, get some photos. Antigua is the old capital of Guatemala and was once the most important city in all of Central America as it was once the seat of the Spanish colonial government. The roads in Antigua are just rocks, I'm not 100% sure if cobblestone is the right word, but it certainly is bumpy. The driver who drive me to the hotel advised me they will never change the roads here, I thought that was a bit strange, however I've since ...

Volunteering at the Guatemala City dump

A travel blog entry by bulaska on Jan 19, 2014

11 photos

... br> So when we arrived in Guatemala City, we were prepared to hear the same - yes, it's a bit dangerous, but just be careful and everything will be fine. Instead we heard: "This city is crazy dangerous, you cannot feel safe anywhere. Under no condition go out on the street after nightfall. Don't write messages or play on your phone anywhere, not even in a taxi, because people on motorbikes can see it through the window and you can get robbed even if you're on a ...

Antigua - a photographer’s nightmare!

A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Dec 15, 2013

199 photos

It was a changeover day meaning last night was the farewell dinner for those leaving us and tonight at 6 pm the usual pre-tour meeting followed by welcome dinner ...