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All reviewsfolk artoutdoor living roomgrounds are beautifulminute walkan oasisnice poolswimming poolworking fireplacea great place to staycentre of towncentral squarevisiting antigualake atitlanhot watercasitaflowershammocks
This is a lovely resort. The sound of flowing water and birds among the flowers, a cooling pool and restful hammocks, fireplaces for cool mornings, and a volcano puffing in the distance, what's there not to like!
Behind the gate is a beautiful complex of spacious rooms set among flowers, plants and fountains. Art enhances the rooms and public spaces. We enjoyed several delicious, reasonably-priced meals in the hotel's open-air restaurant. The location is on the edge of town but still within...More
Lovely rooms, beautifully landscaped, and decorated, great service, fine food, quiet, and 15 minute walk to the central square. Good location. Manager speaks English and will help you with transportation, tours,airline reservations and very responsive.
Nice small pool, Wifi works well. Foliage lovely.
We had a fantastic time in this hotel, rooms are big and well equipped. Gardens are beautiful, as described in other reviews and the staff go out of their way to help you.
The only negative of out stay was our experience with the travel...More
I'm so happy that I chose this property (it's more of a resort than just a hotel) over the Santo Domingo, which I was considering. The grounds are beautiful and tranquil, with lawns, flowerbeds, and fountains. The staff was helpful, kind, and professional. And the...More
I have stayed at La Quinta de las Flores many times over the years. It only costs 40 quetzales (@$5.50) to take a cab from the center of town back and you would only need to do it at night. It's always best to be safe and... More
I have stayed at La Quinta de las Flores many times over the years. It only costs 40 quetzales (@$5.50) to take a cab from the center of town back and you would only need to do it at night. It's always best to be safe and for only $5.50.