I very much enjoyed staying at the Radisson and would recommend it to others for business or leasure.
It is centrally located in the city and safe. My only recommendation is to take note of the noise level in the lobby area. The restuarant oversees the lobby and if they are hosting parties or an event, the noise travels. Not bad if you enjoy a party as you enter your hotel. Otherwise, it's an excelent hotel and the roof top views are wondeful of the whole city!
WR from Washington DC
Located in La Zona Viva, this Guatemala City Radisson is near key office buildings, fine restaurants, and nightlife. The …More
The Porta Hotel del Lago was better than we expected. The rooms were very clean, the hotel and grounds are well looked after. Our view of the volcanoes was awesome. The staff were very helpful, polite and courteous. We would definately stay here again. It is a two minute walk to shops and restaurants on Calle Santander.
Angy from Gravenhurst, ON Canada
This family-friendly hotel is located on a lake, close to La Galeria, Thirteen Threads Fair Trade Store and Maya Women's …More
We spent 2 nights at Hotel Regis this last weekend for a quick adventure while we were in Guatemala for work. The price was significantly lower than the competition, which is shocking because the resort is adorable, well kept, in the perfect location and the staff was friendly and helpful. I'd definitely stay there again.
Situated in the city center, this spa hotel is close to Thirteen Threads Fair Trade Store and Maya Women's Center, Casa …More
"Wonderful hotel - caution if you don't have a car"
this was a wonderful hotel to stay. The food was great. The view was great. The beach was great. the staff were great. I didn't have a car and wanted to tour Tikal and Flores. this was a problem. I needed to hire a a car to get to Tikal. The car waited for me for the day, which was not cheap. It is about an hour to Tikal. I wanted to go to Flores at a time that was different from the 3 scheduled bus trips to the airport. (If you took the scheduled bus trip it was $10-$14). But the time wasn't convenient. I tried to get a separate ride from the car service (US$80). As a result, if you want privacy and an awesome, safe location this hotel was great. If you want to tour Tikal and Flores, consider your transportation in advance and plan accordingly.
Situated on a lake, this hotel is in the same region as Cerro Biotope Cahui, Tikal National Park, and Cathedral of Flores …More
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