Hotel Casa Cristina
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Casa Cristina Antigua Guatemala
Great hotel, run by very friendly staff. The rooms are extremely clean, the shower is hot, and there is good wifi. The rooftop terrace is beautiful with views of the surrounding city.
The only minor complaints were the bathroom being a bit cramped and the bed being extremely firm. Otherwise, a place to definitely consider on your travels.
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