Finding an ideal budget friendly hotel in Guatemala City does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Posada de los Proceres, a nice option for travellers like you.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a desk, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk and newspaper while staying at Hotel Posada de los Proceres. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Escuela Tipo Federación School (1.4 mi) and Catedral Metropolitana (2.3 mi), guests of Hotel Posada de los Proceres can easily experience some of Guatemala City's most well known attractions.
While you’re here, be sure to check out DON LEE, one of the sushi restaurants that can be found in Guatemala City, which is a short distance from Hotel Posada de los Proceres.
Guatemala City is also known for some great monuments and statues, including Monumento a la Paz, Monumento a Cristobal Colon de Thomas Mur, and Justo Rufino Barrios, which are not too far from Hotel Posada de los Proceres.
Hotel Posada de los Proceres puts the best of Guatemala City at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
This place is good if you want a no frills, budget oriented close the airport kind of place. One nice thing is that it’s really close to some great restaurants in the area. With a bank right down the street. I gave it 4 stars because I was looking for budget oriented lodging. I can’t stand it when people stay at a cheap place and then complains about how cheap it lol. Any hoot if you want nice go to the Hilton. It was clean, safe and cheap.
This hotel is very near to airport. It offers you bigger, neat and clean rooms and hot shower. It's budget hotel with 320 Guatemala Quetzals (GTQ) per person per night. The rooms adjacent to road are more noisy at nights hence better to avoid if somebody wants sound sleep.
The company I worked for in Guatemala made a reservation at the hotel, but upon my arrival (after a 22-hour flight) late in the evening on the 23th of july the receptionist told me there was no reservation in that name or number and I was forced to find another hotel. My company called the hotel the next day and they confirmed my reservation was valid and that the receptionist was wrong. I didnt want to go back, though, as I had lost all faith in the place
While preparing for my trip to Guatemala City to visit the little girl we are adopting, I read good reviews of the Posada de los Proceres, so decided to stay there. One of the staff picked me up at the airport,which was nice, but the moment we arrived at the posada, I knew I had made a mistake. My room had no hot water in the sink, and I had to run the shower several minutes to get hot water there. The pillows were just chunks of lumpy foam rubber, and there were tiny bugs in the bed, crawling over me all night. It was noisy all night with music playing, a blaring TV, and people talking. I did not feel safe. One review I read said there is a restaurant and air conditioning. There was no restaurant, and a pedestal fan must be their version of air conditioning. The continental breakfast consisted of toast, juice and instant coffee. I had planned to stay six nights, but I left the first morning. It was a bad experience all around. …
I'm a member of a medical missionary group traveling to Guatemala on a yearly basis. Our group has been staying at La Posada de los Proceres for the last five years. We return to La Posada every year because of the courteous and friendly personnel. A big plus for us is the security. If you are not a guest, or a person having business with personnel of La Posada, you can't go in. One of most attractive features is the Posada's proximity to so many wonderful restaurants, shops, and even night clubs (walking distance.) The airport is a mere five to ten minutes away. Even though the location of La Posada de los Proceres is a very busy area in the Zona 10, the guests are assured of a nice, quiet and restful stay. If you want a good price and a friendly, secure place, I recommend La Posada de los Proceres. …