How has this hotel rated in the past?
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
- Non-smoking rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMayan Inn Chichicastenango
This was a nice place, very historic but comfortable. The service was excellent and the location was very good. We would stay here again.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Mayan Inn Chichicastenango
Travel Blogs from Chichicastenango
... knowledgable guide who also became our porter holding all our purchases. First stop San Tomas Hotel, a tranquil oasis with beautiful gardens and brilliantly coloured Macaws under umbrellas. If I ever return to Chichi I will stay there. He introduced us to 'the best stalls'. A lady was selling woven goods and we learned from Marco the one tablecloth was a Mayan Story, with the sun in the middle, corn around the side as well as Suns in each corner. This ...
... second half of the tubing was tricky enough as we had to go over a few mini rapids. Our guide was a little fella called Marcos and he helped us if we got into any trouble. He was a lovely chap and looked exactly like Marcus Walsh except he was slightly taller and had a much better fashion sense. After we finished the tubing everyone stood around waiting for the cattle mart truck to arrive while Sheeno got sick all over the shrubs. He had only drank 2 of ...
... 8220;mecca del tourismo” by one guidebook in a wild exaggeration).
Chichi (Pop. 72000, Elev. 2172m) does not have its own bus terminal and is served by buses headed to Quiche that stop near the market plaza. Once called Chaviar, Chichi was an important Kaqchiquel trading town before the Spanish conquest. Also known by Chuguila and Tziguan Tinamit by the locals, the name Chichicastenango was given to it by the ...
... we could only see the facade walls) and he explained that this is the largest house in Antigua. It literally takes up an entire block.
One of my favourite parts of our tour was walking through the Santo Domingo Hotel, the most famous hotel in Central America. After the earthquake in the 1700s the city of Antigua was evacuated and people returned many, many years later. By the time civilization returned to the city, many buildings were destroyed, overgrown, ...
... allowed in the main car! They had the sirens on and 5 of the officers came to accompany us so it was all quite exciting but also incredibly hilarious that they believed such a ridiculous story! They then dropped me Juan and Tracy back to the club where Tilly Lauren and Hannah were waiting. We all had a bit of a dance there and a few more shots before heading off somewhere else. We ended up bumping into an English and a New Zealand guy who the girls had met in the club and we ...