Finding an ideal romantic hotel in Antigua does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Quinta de las Flores, a nice option for travellers like you.
Rooms at Quinta de las Flores offer a flat screen TV providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
Room service is one of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A pool and a lounge will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Quinta de las Flores, free parking is available.
Close to some of Antigua's most popular landmarks, such as Church of San Francisco (0.3 mi) and Convento Santa Clara (0.4 mi), Quinta de las Flores is a great destination for tourists.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the sushi restaurants, including Miso, Kabuki, and Akai Sushi & Oriental, all of which are a short distance from Quinta de las Flores.
Looking for something to do in Antigua? Cerro de la Cruz (1.0 mi), Caoba Farms (0.5 mi), and Casa Santo Domingo Museums (0.6 mi) are some popular attractions that are within walking distance of Quinta De Las Flores Hotel.
Quinta de las Flores puts the best of Antigua at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Stayed a week, they were great! Restaurant has very delicious food!! Bed was incredibly comfortable, wifi never had an issue. The grounds are nicer than almost ever hotel you will find out there! Hammocks and a pool!
We truly enjoyed our double queen room but do be forewarned that this hotel is close to the edge of town on a pretty dark cobblestone street. We had been told that taxis and tuk-tuks were easily available but did not find to to be true. Had it been warmer, we would have truly enjoyed the lovely grounds and pool; as it was, we really appreciated the on-site restaurant that is for guests only. Should you have a car, or kids, I think this would be the perfect choice in Antigua.
This hotel was beautiful with lots of nice touches with the decorations. Gardens and pool are lovely. Nice hot showers and the bed was super comfortable. Very clean and staff friendly. Would definitely stay again.
I figured that Quinta de las Flores couldn't be as nice as it appeared to be in photos, but I was happily wrong. A beautiful, tranquil, colorful place. We stayed for two nights at the beginning of a two-week long Guatemala trip, and then again for two nights at the end. -- it was our splurge hotel. It -- and Antigua -- was the perfect easy introduction to the city and country, and a perfect place to unwind at the end. Big, non-cookie-cutter rooms, incredible flowers, and excellent, covered but outdoors restaurant. The pool is small-ish, but usable to refresh, and the staff is very helpful. As there was availability, they allowed us a (very) late check-out on our last day for a small, very reasonable fee, which essentially gave us a whole extra day of vacation. Also, we always walked to/from the center of town. First of all there is plenty to see en route, and also Antigua just invites it. Tuk tuks are easily obtainable, though, if wanted. Highly recommend. Oh - in relation to the construction - I read the post just before departure and was concerned, because the whole reason for the splurge was the quiet, and the grounds. We were in rooms 10 and 12, and there was some construction going on, but I didn't hear a thing, and we spent our last day at the hotel itself, so hopefully the building is further along and/or they have worked on better soundproofing.…
We have visited Antigua 10+ times and this might be my favorite place so far. Unless you want to pay top $$. This is a great choice. My wife and daughter rented a small house, casita, on the property. Ideally go for casa #5. It is the end unit and has a great view of Augua. Also there is a hammock at that unit on the lower patio. Anyways it is great here. The fountain in the small courtyard is always running. The pool is great for the kids. There is even a nice playground. The square is a bit of a walk so oftentimes we just took an uber. Only about $2 wherever you need to go in Antigua. We find uber here even less expensive than the tuktuks. The food here is also good. We have done dinner and my wife on a previous visit had breakfast here each morning.