La Llorona Room
This room is named after a ghostly, one afflicted by perpetual grief who was given the name "La Llorona" (The woman who weeps). Some claim she was an indigenous woman who fell in love with a Spanish or Creole gentleman, and gave him three children. However, this gentleman never formalized their relationship; he just paid her visits and avoided marrying her.
Sometime later, he married a Spanish woman, with whom the relationship was more convenient. When "La Llorona" heard about it, enraged and mad with pain, she went to the closest river, the one that surrounds Antigua and there she drowned her three children. When she came out of her stupor and saw what she had done, she committed suicide. Her punishment for her sins was to have her spirit wander through the city, full of sorrow and pain. Many claim to have seen and heard her, saying she can be found especially close to rivers, “pilas”, “tanques” and fountains.
People say it's late at night when she can be heard shouting "Ay mis hijos, ay mis hijos” (“Oh, my children, oh my children") scaring anyone who listens because when you hear her close, it means she is actually away and when you hear her scream in the distance is because she is actually very close.
- 1,2,3 or 4 people
- 2 queen size beds
- Security box
- LCD TV with cable
- Hair dryer
Relaxi! enjoy the view, have a drink!
Cable Tv with more than 100 local and international channels
Keep your belongings in a safe place
24 Hour Reception
We are happy to attend you 24/7!!
Wireless Internet Access
We provide free unlimited Wi-Fi Access