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A place to remember!

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Enjoy your stay

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Relaxing Jacuzzi On The Terrace

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Personalized Service

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Colonial Style rooms

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Friendly Atmosphere

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Great Views

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Prime Location

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Hotel Boutique

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 Antigua's Colonial Architecture, with a modern touch!

Breakfast Included

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Continental breakfast with fresh fruit, bread, juice, coffee or tea.

Jacuzzi & Views

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Enjoy the view of the magnificent Agua Volcano relaxing in our jacuzzi.

Discover Guatemala

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The origin of the name "Guatemala" is unclear, but several theories exist. "Guatemala" is derived from "Goathemala," which means "the land of the trees" in the Maya-Toltec language.[6] Another theory is that it comes from the Nahuatl expression "Cuauhtitlan," meaning "between the trees". "Cuauhtitlan" was the name the Tlaxcaltecan soldiers who accompanied Pedro de Alvarado during the Spanish Conquest gave to this territory. Lastly, there is a theory that it is the Spanish corruption of a Nahoa word "coactmoct-lan," meaning "land of the snake eating bird."

Guatemala lies between latitudes 13° and 18°N, and longitudes 88° and 93°W.

The country is mountainous with small desert and sand dune patches, hilly valleys filled with people, except for the south coastal area and the vast northern lowlands of Petén department. Two mountain chains enter Guatemala from west to east, dividing the country into three major regions: the highlands, where the mountains are located; the Pacific coast, south of the mountains; and the Petén region, north of the mountains. All major cities are located in the highlands and Pacific coast regions; by comparison, Petén is sparsely populated. These three regions vary in climate, elevation, and landscape, providing dramatic contrasts between hot, humid tropical lowlands and colder, drier highland peaks. Volcán Tajumulco, at 4,220 m, is the highest point in the Central American states.

The rivers are short and shallow in the Pacific drainage basin, larger and deeper in the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico drainage basins, which include the Polochic and Dulce Rivers, which drain into Lake Izabal, the Motagua River, the Sarstún that forms the boundary with Belize, and the Usumacinta River, which forms the boundary between Petén and Chiapas, Mexico.

Guatemala has long claimed all or part of the territory of neighbouring Belize, formerly part of the Spanish colony, and currently an independent Commonwealth Realm which recognises Queen Elizabeth II as its Head of State. Due to this territorial dispute, Guatemala recognized Belize's independence until 1990, but the dispute is not resolved. Negotiations are currently underway under the auspices of the Organization of American States and the Commonwealth of Nations to conclude it.

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Hotel Facilities

Jacuzzi

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Relaxi! enjoy the view, have a drink!

Lcd tv

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Cable Tv with more than 100 local and international channels

Security Box

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Keep your belongings in a safe place

Parking

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We have parking in a nearby place

24 Hour Reception

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We are happy to attend you 24/7!!

Wireless Internet Access

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We provide free unlimited Wi-Fi Access

Breakfast

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Continental breakfast

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