It is as fantastic as advertised. If there is time to only visit one place it should be this one. It has a great combination of architecture, ruins, traditional gardens, etc. We did not eat here but enjoyed wandering through.
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Very unusual in that the hotel is surrounded by different types of museums. Art, silver, catacombs, etc and you wander from one to another and can exit blocks away. Much is Spanish colonial, so religious related artifacts. A catholic would enjoy a wedding here
Really amazing that the private sector has stepped up to preserve this significant archeological site and to house these collections. The catacombs are amazing but the two art museums are worldclass. The one juxtaposing the old with the new should be on every art lover’s...More
Built in the ruins of the Dominican monks in colonial times, this is an hotel where nothing ever goes wrong. Not only the place is a true jewel, but it is furnished with beautiful antiques and exquisite taste. The restaurant is under Chef Mario Enrique...More
We are really excited to read this beautiful comment, thank you very much. We love the concept you have of our hotel and it is nice to have the opportunity of serving you every time you come to the hotel. As a hotel, our big...More
Surprising gem in the middle of Antigua. We went there after returning from the morning tour in Pacaya. You can wander about the beautiful small yards for a couple of hours. Don't miss it.
We have the good fortune of renting a house just a block from here, and the Santo Domingo site and museums are just spectacular! The largest exhibit contains the most stunning comparison of Mayan art with modern/contemporary art. You could not have imagined this and...More
We spent some of our allocated free time exploring this historical hotel and gardens on the recommendation of our tour guide. It was an interesting place where a luxury hotel is sited in the ruins of a convent and church. While we were there part...More
Whenever I go to Antigua, Guatemala, I like to walk through this historical hotel and gardens. Wherever you go there are ruins from what must have been a beautiful convent and church. It has been tastefully decorated and arranged. During my recent visit, there was...More