How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Princess Guatemala City
Simple and comfortable hotel, a short walk from the Zona Viva. Free airport shuttle is a nice touch.
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Travel Blogs from Guatemala City
... to imagine how rewarding this is going to be! The self esteem workshops all week have been tough but well worth it... This place is like a completely different world - apart from the fact they have the same fricking fast food restaurants everywhere... This weight loss is definitely nonexistent! The girls are complaining about the ***** now so best get to the toilet to try move this situation along... Peace and love kids ...
We set off on our journey to what would be our homes for the next 9 weeks! My team consists of Anna, Hetty, Jenny, Mobeen, Kerry, Hannah, David and Lewis - they are the most awesome people ever and we couldn't wait to meet our family! The other team would be staying in a youth hostel (Hahahaha sucks to be you) and we would be living in a family home who were originally form Ecuador! So the bus pulled up into the ...
... out a huge sum for some western food we took a short walk to a diner down the road for some local fare. It was a very nice night of chatting and getting an insight into real life in Guatemala. The more I couchsurf the more I realise the it is so much more than a free place to sleep. I left there in the morning as she went to work and took a dreaded public bus, which was totally fine of course, to catch a chicken bus to Antigua where I would be for Christmas.
Out of the 16 of us and Jeff around 6 were leaving and then another 6 would join in their place. Unfortunately Jeff was leaving too so we went out for a few drinks the night before to say good bye. Our new CEO is called Diego and he is 28 from San Jose. Really nice guy and should be a good trip with him. Different dynamic to Jeff but then your not gonna get anyone exactly the same which makes it interesting all the ...
... and at the end of it we were able to swim in the most pristine pools imaginable. After two nights at Semuc we headed further south to Antigua, a large colonial town situated an hour or so from Guatemala City. Guatemala couldn't stop impressing us- yet another beautiful place where we spent four nights. The owners of the hostel we stayed at had the most adorable little girl, Malin. She was so funny and cute, on our first night there she came up to us and said in Spanish ...