Finding an ideal budget friendly hotel in Guatemala City does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Sevilla, a nice option for travellers like you.
Close to some of Guatemala City's most popular landmarks, such as Iglesia de San Francisco (1.3 mi) and Iglesia Yurrita (1.3 mi), Hotel Sevilla is a great destination for tourists.
24 hour front desk, room service, and currency exchange are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. In addition, Hotel Sevilla offers a lounge, which will help make your Guatemala City trip additionally gratifying.
While in Guatemala City be sure to experience local lobster favourites at Gracia Cocina de Autor.
Should time allow, Edificio de Correos Central, Iglesia Santo domingo, and Plaza Mayor de la Constitucion are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Hotel Sevilla looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Guatemala City.
Basically you get what you pay for... and a little less. Pros: - Price - Clean - Spacious rooms - Security Guard Cons: - Room was cold as Windows just shatter - Hot water only at certain times - Good quality of wifi, but it regularly lost its internet connection for an hour - Safe at the reception not available as only the boss seems to have a key - It's not s place to walk outside after 8pm - Very, Very Loud (Although Im used to sleeping in loud cities) I wouldn't stay there again as I hardly got any sleep. Invest a bit more and you get better quality for your money.
Three of us shared a double room at the Hotel Sevilla for the two nights we were in the Capital. The location is great, walking distance to 6 Avenida which means lots of good people watching, restaurants and bars. Our triple room cost $365Q. Nice to have shelving and hot water in the shower! WiFi was good and even worked in our room. While the front desk didn't speak much english, they were helpful getting our laundry done and arranging a cab to take us to the Tica bus station. I would definitely stay here again.
Stayed for 3 nights, comfy bed good wifi in my room on 4th floor bit noisy with traffic and planes but slept well. Nobody on the staff speaks English but friendly. Looks a bit shabby but is clean good hot shower. Close to Transmetro and pedestrian shopping street and central square. Only ate in the restaurant once was ok but not awe-inspiring, would use again!! 😎
If you simply have to stay in Zona 1, then this is probably one of the better choices when you compare what you get and what you pay. Zona 1 is reasonaly safe and fascinating by day, but not recommended to be walking around in once the sun starts to go down. The hotel is not particularly attractive on the eye, but it is well managed, safe, and clean. A big plus is a strong wifi signal in your room. My only complaint was lack of hot water. No matter what the hotel tell you, your shower will most likely run cold.