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

San Antonio

A travel blog entry by bevlangbein on May 01, 2015

3 comments, 10 photos

San Antonio was a short, but interesting Camioneta (Chicken Bus) trip of about 15minutes. Our teachers came with us. We met at the school's office in 1st Calle Poniente at 8 sharp, and then waited for things to be sorted out. The day was fresh and bright as we walked to the bus depot. Lines of buses and people shouting to get on their bus greeted us. we soon boarded ours and were on our way. We drove past coffee plantations shaded by Silky Oak ...

Guate, Guate, Guatemala!

A travel blog entry by parleusted on Jan 01, 2015

3 comments, 21 photos

... vehicles to negotiate steep, winding roads. Our experience traveling through the extensive hilly terrain both in Honduras and Guatemala have taught us that handle bars are perhaps the most critical pieces of equipment on these buses as they careen left and right through the curves. Once the road crests at San Lucas, it starts downhill towards the greater metropolitan area. The bus continued along a wide arterial road, Roosevelt Avenue, home ...


A travel blog entry by nanseaj on Oct 26, 2014

44 photos

... the plaza are the Cathedral and National Palace. A beautiful fountain is at the center of the plaza and framing the entrance to the Cathedral are twelve stone pillars inscribed with names, a solemn memorial to the thousands who disappeared or died during Guatemala's civil war that claimed some 200,000 civilian lives before the peace accord in 1996. Our guide shared with us his memories as young boy, years ...

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A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Jul 14, 2014

1 photo

... locals name for the city, tourists are recommended not to show any signs of wealth outdoors, although it depends on which area and at what time of day. I marvelled at some lovely flora and fauna, and then, although it did not bother me, I found out that the adjacent natural history museum was closed on Mondays, despite what my book stated. Onwards to the Museo Popol Voh and this time I walked. This area is really affluent and there are army barracks, shopping malls and department ...

Days 39 - 42 - Antigua & Lake Atitlan

A travel blog entry by charliemclean on May 03, 2014

... my hair from getting in my eyes these days). The two girls and I were split up onto two separate shuttles from the markets to the lake. Of course my driver had decided that he didn't want to drive to the ferry terminal (a jetty) so I had to walk through town. As I walked down to the boat Ruki came running up to tell me that their ferry was about to leave so I jumped on the boat and off we headed across the lake to San Pedro. About 2 mins into the 40 kin journey it became apparent ...