Hotel Vista Real Guatemala
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Concierge desk
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Vista Real Guatemala Guatemala City
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... food restaurants are hidden behind beautiful old facades. The streets are all cobble stones so you really have to watch your step while out and about. We settled into our hotel then Tom took us out for an orientation walk around town. We stopped for a drink on a roof top bar. We could see the Agua and Fuego Volcanoes around us. They are still active, so smoke was coming from them. Next we went to a fantastic Indian Food restaurant. We were all ...
... airliner), we secured our tickets and just as quickly retraced our way back to the security of 6a Avenida and the financial district. We also congratulated ourselves on paying 50% of what we would have paid had we gone with the travel agents in Antigua.
Modern, bright green, air-conditioned Trans-metro buses were plying on the main streets. This is a new addition to the city’s transportation plan and augments the dreaded Red buses that ...
... it was much nicer, greenery everywhere.
Suchitoto was nice too. A small town with cobbled streets (again!), a central plaza, and some great views of the nearby hydro lake (Lago Suchiltlan). We had a walk around town and down towards the lake before turning back to the hostel (3) due to impending rain. Sabrina's friend then said she would show up on Tuesday morning, much to our scepticism. But she did, and on time too. ...
... they weigh now, I just know that it was like beating the all-time world record of Tetris. Praying that the said baggage will not suddenly explode throwing gifts, clothes, shoes and hammocks along the roads of Guatemala, we hopped on yet another minivan that will take us up to Lanquin in the wild heart of this country. The trip is expected to last seven hours, but as we leave beautiful Antigua we begin to bet on how many hours longer it will take to reach our next destination.
... assumed this was the name of each of the buses, but later found out it was the wife's name of the bus driver. A seriously adorable tradition!! We found a fabulous organic cafe for lunch and an equally fantastic organic store which I bought some amazing rose wine from. We returned to our casa and invited Carlos and Hazel to join us for a glass of wine. We wanted to congratulate them on their hostel and to do a toast to how pleased we were for meeting them. They absolutely loved it! ...