If you’re looking for a romantic hotel in Antigua, look no further than Hotel Casa Mia.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Arco de Santa Catalina (0.2 mi) and Cathedral de Santiago (0.3 mi), guests of Hotel Casa Mia can easily experience some of Antigua's most well known attractions.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Hotel Casa Mia offer air conditioning and a kitchenette.
Guests of Hotel Casa Mia are also welcome to enjoy free breakfast, located on site.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Antigua's popular lobster restaurants such as Epicure Restaurant and Welten, all a short distance from Hotel Casa Mia.
Antigua is also home to Ayuntamiento, a popular government building that is not too far from Hotel Casa Mia.
The staff at Hotel Casa Mia looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
I would not recommend this hotel. While the staff was nice, breakfast was good and there was safe parking - the rooms are moldy and extremely small, especially the bathrooms. When we were shown to our room and I pointed to the black spots on the wall and asked if that was mold, they smiled and said yes humidity. I asked if there were any rooms without mold they said they don’t think so. It was also noisy. Nit as good as their pictures online
I just got back yesterday from a week at Casa Mia. I thought the place was beautiful, accommodations were very nice, the location was great. The rooms were clean and the food good. However, each of us in our party of 14 gradually started missing items . We all thought we were going crazy or had forgotten an item at home. Then one of us remembered a 20:20 TV advisory that hotels hide your items to make it seem that you “forgot” things after you had left. We all started checking UNDER Mattresses, in the BEHIND furniture, UNWRAPPED stored blankets and each room sure enough found items they went and hid! These were items like good shoes, pants, hats, shirts! All 8 of our rooms! We all found our things that had been in suitcases or drawers or just put. Scary the staff search through and hide items while you are out! DO NOT TRUST housekeeping. An Easter Egg hunt and inventory DAILY if you do!!!!!! PS some of us took pictures to prove. I was just so shocked I forgot— they tried to steal my Mickey Mouse shirt!!…
The Hotel Staff at Casa Mia was Wonderful throughout the trip. Particularly Carolina and Gregoria. All in all, a good time was had by all. The lock on the door needed to be replaced and it was and the lamp by the beds was undone and they replaced it. The only awkward moment came when they gave us a bill because we asked for milk with our morning coffee. They should be made to understand that many Americans ask for milk with their coffee whether its the first or second cup of coffee. All in all a good time and stay at the Hotel Casa Mia
The room was clean, had reliable hot water. Breakfast is included, and the food was good; eggs and the Guatemalan standard frijoles, cheese, and fruit. The staff is helpful, friendly, and English-speaking.
We stayed 3 nights in hotel Casa Mia. It is only a few blocks off the main street so close enough to walk for food and drinks but also far enough away for it to be quiet. The room had free wifi. A small breakfast was included however we never used it as we were off on tours before the kitchen opened. They also lock the front door over night. So, if like us you want to leave early for a tour or get back late from one you need to ring a bell to get in and out. We had to wake some poor bloke up twice to let us out. There wasnt alot of hot water to go around and the rooms have no hot or cold air. You could also book tours through the front desk however you need some spanish
We went to Antigua for a wedding and stayed at Casa Mía. The place has a large parking lot and it's located in Calzada Santa Lucía which makes it good if you want quiet from all the parties. The rooms are comfortable. The bathroom is small and the water is cold.
Its a really peaceful hotel, loved the sound of the fountain which you can hear all around the hotel! Breakfast is delicious and you'll get served it very quickly. Rooms are exactly what you need and should expect. The only criticism i have is that the staff are quite slow to get started in the morning, so if you're leaving in a rush in the morning, make sure you tell them about it the night before.
The hotel reception staff are friendly (function very well in English too), informative, and take good care of guests upon arrival. They provide all the relevant information about what is going on in and around town as well as how to access any other plans to see more of Guatemala, if desired. The rooms are simple, with private bathrooms and a television. The rooms come off of a patio on each of the three levels of the hotel and each patio looks into the open main level with the sound of the water fountain trickling upward. Breakfast is tasty too. The hotel is very conviently located to all the places a person might want to walk to while visiting Antigua.
i stayed at the Hotel Casa Mia on Calzada Santa Lucia, across from the market. Not the hotel described in these reviews. It is a small 3 storey hotel, well maintained, with a friendly, attentive staff. They don't all speak English, but they knew what I needed and were responsive. When I let them know that I had a 4 a.m. Airport shuttle pick up, they came to make sure I was awake, and took my bag down. They have on site parking and provide a good breakfast, eggs or pancakes. The only downside is that the wifi connection is weak on the upper floors.
This hotel is under renovation. Hammering constantly all day! All rooms are connected by a large atrium. They wake you up every morning with loud lobby music. Loud children run the hallways. They started construction in front of my door at 5PM on a Friday. The bathroom was absolutely filthy and had had to get them to clean it. In six months it may be a nice place but not now.