Hotel Palacio Chico 1940
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Hotel Palacio Chico 1940
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Palacio Chico 1940 Antigua Guatemala
Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... if we have been living the same life... JJ FOREVER X Romances have already begun - Mobeen went on a date with hot Cristian and David is going on a date with Bea... And obviously I've had so many offers... But y'know, got to play it cool... (Lol jokes someone be my boyfriend) Also discovered that I have the worst smelling feet in the world... Kinda like I have cheese and bananas squished into my toes... Sorry... Peace and love kids ...
... interesting information on Mayan cosmology, and jade to buy! You could find out your Mayan sign and buy a pendent with it on. Mine was a bat, ugh, so needless to say no pendant was purchased. Our favourite little cafe fronted the Parque Central, we bought many mango smoothies made with yoghurt, magic on a hot day. Every time we went there we were charged a different price, even though it was listed on the board. We discovered if you had it there it cost more, and if you went to ...
... The view was spectacular and as we were about to leave to go back down to the camp, Fuego erupted, giving us an unforgettable show!
After breakfast at the camp, we descended to the base a lot faster than we has ascended the previous day. Back in town we found a bed for the night, had a shower and something to eat, and we were in bed by 8pm absolutely exhausted but extremely satisfied with the experience.
We really enjoyed the town of Antigua. It is relatively ...
... the top much like a serape. It has short boxy sleeves and hangs down below the waist. The Maya woman's skirt (refrajo) is commonly referred to as a corte. Because most cortes are simply large, flat pieces of fabric, they are commonly used for many different projects such as clothing, curtains, upholstery, etc. Cintas and fajas are commonly referred to as sashes. They are usually back-strap woven and most are village specific. The primary use of the cinta is as a hair ...
... Most of our time was spent meandering through the cobbled streets of this clean, friendly and interesting town (a UNESCO heritage site in itself, once the capital of the country until it was moved due to fears that the volcano would destroy it), sampling excellent coffee and checking out some of the many ruins and cathedrals dotted around. Highlights include the view of the city from the cross situated on a nearby mountain, a ...