Hotel Casa Serena
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Casa Serena Guatemala City
Travel Blogs from Guatemala City
Writing this blog whilst the room smells of eggy ***** is quite disgusting but I'm also quite impressed that my body can produce such odours - well done me!! The food is definitely taking its toll on me; my stomach really isn't too happy... But I'll tell you something, dried plantain is my favourite thing ever!! WOOO GO BURNT BANANA!! Nearly through our third week of work at the school in zone 12 (aka the red zone!!) ...
Hey hey humans! First morning in my new beautiful home - sat out on the rooftop with the team having coffee and fruit.. Absolute bliss! Porridge and oats for breakfast is my new favourite food - this place is changing me - I like dogs and porridge now!! Sebastian, our host brother, took us into the town to see the shops and different restaurants and oh my gosh it was amazing! The atmosphere was out of this world! AND the exchange rate is the best $80 converted to ...
... has a square except USA. Perhaps there is still some animosity for the US's part in the brutal civil war, and rightly so. Next we went to the 'real' city market, and biggest market in Central America. indeed it was absolutely huge and had an extra buzz around due to the holidays. We wondered there for an hour or so before checking out an arty district nearby where there was some pretty cool graffiti around. The tour finished in a plaza surrounded by the ...
... bar to watch the sunset later, so we planned on joining them then. We made a pit stop on McDonald's, which is definitely the nicest I've ever been. They have a garden with a fountain! Plus I had a Big Tasty but a chicken one... What more could you want in life! Following that we went up to the church to have a look round where a huge festival was going on and a profession through the city with a band and lots of food ...
... After handing the completed forms back to him he simply gave us our stamped passports back and quickly ushered us away, without again mentioning the supposed $10 fee. That was just the first of many frustrating border crossings within Central America. My advice to anyone planning to travel overland within Central America would be to be as vigilant as possible and research in advance what entry/exit fees are official fees that must be paid and also what other supporting ...