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A friendly comfortable and clean hotel on the outskirts of Guatemala City. Breakfast was fantastic, welcoming staff, wonderful shower. Basic room, but clean with a comfortable bed. I can't recommend Cababa Suiza Highly enough
We went for a special meeting with many friends. The place is wonderful, they have a church inside and we spent some time there. There were a marriage. The food is good, maybe need to put more in every plate. But the flavor is good....We could dance and many hours he he. The ammenities are very nice!. Recommended for more visits.More
Cabins are confortable and staff are very nice and accommodating. Be are though the food might be on the high price for cup of coffee you are charge $5, but other than that is a feast to the eyes. Do bring enough money for your...food and such.More
We were attending a wedding here and Cabana Suiza is a great venue for it! They have a lovely chapel, helicopter landing places and a beautiful hall perfect for 100-200 people.
Guatemala had so to say the perfect climate - no A/C's are needed and...neither are heaters. The houses are therefore openly built with no isolation whatsoever. This venue is no exception.
While we were there, Guatemala was going through a period of cold weather. This is something highly unusual and has to be attributed to Climate Change, as these phenomenons were not common until recently. The country will need some more years to adapt to the changing climate, so better pack some sweaters and warm socks if you are going to stay here!
In any case, the place was very very cold, and everyone was wearing jackets. The worst were the rooms though! The floor was ice cold and we were physically shaking under the thin duvets. It couldn't have been more than 15 degrees Celsius inside! Walking around the rooms was not an option and we left as fast as possible in the morning.
Even though the fares for overnight stays are quite expensive, breakfast is not included. The restaurant is well-frequented on weekends by richer people, since the prices are really high. 60 Quetzales for a traditional breakfast is pretty much the highest I have ever paid in Guatemala. It was good though and it was also refreshing to see a creative menu with a Swiss twist! They even had Brezen, deep frozen and tiny ones, but better than nothing!
We also enjoyed some hangover micheladas in their lovely garden with the newlyweds and were finally able to warm our bodies in the sun!More
Myself and my family about 15 people arrived for breakfast. The service was prompt and very courteous. The food was delivered to our table promptly. The quality of the food was excellent just like homemade. The bread was warm and fresh.
Date of visit: January 2016
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