See why so many travellers make Howard Johnson Inn Guatemala City their hotel of choice when visiting Guatemala City. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
The hotel features room service, and you can stay connected during your stay as Howard Johnson Guatemala City offers guests free wifi. Plus, Howard Johnson Guatemala City offers a fitness center and free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While staying at Guatemala City Howard Johnson, visitors can check out Kaminaljuyu (1.1 mi) and Iglesia Santo domingo (1.5 mi), some of Guatemala City's top attractions.
Travellers looking to enjoy some shrimp can head to Kacao, Donde Mikel, or Del Griego. Otherwise, you may want to check out a Mediterranean restaurant such as Donde Mikel, Picasso Stone flame oven, or Pecorino Ristorante.
Looking for something to do in Guatemala City? Zona Viva (1.2 mi), Museo Popol Vuh (0.7 mi), and Iglesia Yurrita (0.4 mi) are some popular attractions that are within walking distance of Howard Johnson Guatemala City.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Howard Johnson Inn Guatemala City as you experience all of the things Guatemala City has to offer.
Let me speak straight: this is an average hotel. It is clean, reasonably safe, and provide basic amenities like free wifi in the room (a little bit slow, by the way), hair dryer, and so. Don't expect a safe box in the room, or a mini bar. But it is quiet, although its location in a main avenue. And the airport is less than twenty minutes away by car. However, the room rate is too high. For the same price you can find better hotels in Guatemala zona 10.
Not out first choice, but it is next to the airport. We arrived and were met with a heavily armed security guard, welcome to Guatemala... At the welcome desk there was no one around, so we had to ask the security guard to call a receptionist. An employee eventually appeared, very disheveled.... On to the rooms. Not bad but not great.
Stayed here a few days great location friendly staff. Food was very good. Would definitely stay again. Decent area of town from what we were told. Not far away from business district. Couple nice markets close by as well.
GUATEMALA CITY HOWARD JOHNSON HOTEL – Feb. 2017 4-stars We stayed at this hotel for one night because it was near Hedman Alas’ bus terminal, which we had to be at early in the morning. Knowing we could easily arrange taxi service from the hotel to the bus station was a plus for us. This is a typical American hotel. The room was spacious, the bathroom nice, and the beds comfortable. There is an elevator for taking luggage to the upper floors and seemed to be 24-hour front desk service. My only complaint relates to an email we sent asking that no cleaning products be used the day of our arrival due to my wife’s chemical sensitivity. We did not get a response and the request was not attended to. Fortunately, the room “fragrance” was manageable for my wife.
I picked The Howard Johnson Inn Guatemala City for the fact of its being within walking distance of the Museo Popol Vuh and Museo Ixchel de Traje Indigena. (They're about a 20 minute walk.) It wasn't a bad place to be for exploring the Zona 1 as the TransMetro takes you there in about 20 minutes. Really I have no serious complaints; it's a pleasant enough business hotel. My only reason for not ranking higher: The fitness area is pretty small and the restaurant staff seemed sometimes overwhelmed by the number of customers, resulting in slow service on occasion. By & large, I was happy with my choice to stay here.