San Jorge Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews San Jorge Hotel Antigua Guatemala
Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... our breath. It was worth the effort because the view of the city and the volcano was class. Headed back to the hostel where we chilled out for a while then we got changed and went out. The bar we went to was a good laugh and they had beer pong, table tennis and one of those punchbag machines. Some lad try to be all cool and kick it in a Kung Fu sort of style. To the delight of the crowd he fell on his snot. It was hilarious. Got home in the early ...
Antigua is a very unique place. I can't get over how beautiful the climate has been. It seems to rain in the evening and is nice during the day. The temps are moderate also and because of the altitude being over 5,000 feet there aren't many insects. The streets are cobblestone which means the cars rumble as they pass and I find the cobbles difficult to walk on. Antigua is a quaint colonial village surrounded by volcanoes. I can ...
... really...impressively cute. There's nothing grandiose (aside from the massive volcanos of course)...but everything seems to pay close attention to aesthetic forms and details, which means it's a pretty awe-inspiring place to get caught up in. Might be a fun place to hole up for a while and do some writing. But not this go-round. I was on a mission to the south.
But first...lets party. After all, it was ladies' night at ...
... us to be careful, they are pretty hard. Information that might have been helpful a couple of minutes earlier.
The next morning we headed out to make the most of the town and take part in Belinda's self guided walking tour. Antigua is famous for it's well preserved Spanish Baroque architecture and it's spectacular ruins. We couldn't help feeling like we were in a town in Spain as we walked around, it has ...
... out and about ... A wedding party, merchants setting up their stalls, a few in the main plaza, newspaper seller and several groups of joggers …