Suites Reforma Apart Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuites Reforma Apart Hotel Guatemala City
The hotel is located in a business district (Zona 10, Viva Reforma). This is considered among the safest districts in Guatemala.
The hotel is fair. The room was big but badly lit. However, it gave a homely feeling to the entire stay. The hotel has a nice restaurant. The staff is very polite and cordial. Very helpful.
I received a discounted rate on account of a long stay and hence, found it quite inexpensive compared to the other accomodations which were going for almost twice the price.
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