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

3 weeks to go...

A travel blog entry by jessvsworld on Aug 17, 2015

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... professional whilst hearing them... - I know I'm 18 but omg just type it in google translate!! Due to circumstances, we were only at the school for 4 workshops last week so it left us with a 4 day weekend... Not complaining at all! Thursday - climbed volcano Pacaya with some of the team (whilst the others were ill in bed with dengue fever ew ew ew) - we travelled 2 hours on a chicken bus to get there and to be greeted by creepy Guatemalan mountain ...

Buses and borders

A travel blog entry by fancythat on Jul 11, 2015

... does not know it. I call for Daniel. He comes to the rescue. A new driver, Miguel is now taking me. We're off! Miguel has 2 boys, 5 and 8 and they don't like fish. This is hard as they live on the Pacific Coast.  They like ham, cheese, mortadela and pan. He has worked at the hotel for 2 years now. He gets minimum wage, which is $1.09 an hour. He likes it as it is close to home. He lived ...

Day 31

A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on Mar 03, 2015

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... and kept whipping me in the face with it as he danced like a ****. We finally reached the river which was deep into the jungle and after getting changed into our swimming gear we walked up to the caves. Before you get into the cave you are given a lit candle which you are supposed to hold above you as you swim. There are rocks everywhere and if your not a great swimmer you might struggle. I think the concept of caving is both as stupid and as ingenious as that daytime TV show ...

Taking on Central Americas biggest city

A travel blog entry by col.caf on Dec 23, 2014

1 comment, 44 photos

... walk to my hostel in the historic centre, which was quite a challenging 3k in the mid day heat. After checking in and an hours rest I wandered out to explore Zona 1. There was not a whole lot to see except a few churches and other colonial buildings. The town was buzzing with people doing their last minute Christmas shopping. After exploring the central market and square I happened upon a Christmas festival. As Sunday is always the busiest day for these kind of things ...

From Exhaustion to Relaxation

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Nov 03, 2014

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... We began in the hottest pool, which was 41 degrees celsius. It was really nice at the beginning, but it quickly got too hot for me. I sat up a little in it to keep my chest out of the water. In the 10 minutes we spent in this pool, Jason and I both sweat a lot. Next, we spent 10 minutes in a cold pool at 24 degrees, which obviously felt even colder after coming from the hot pool. While we were in this pool, we were brought out strawberry banana fruit ...