casa encantada guatemala

A luxurious hotel in the 16th century Spanish Colonial City of Antigua Guatemala. It defines elegant, understated hospitality and its central location allows easy access to nearby attractions such as the Central Plaza. This small boutique hotel offers all of the conveniences required by the international traveler with nine individually decorated guest rooms and a magnificent rooftop suite and terrace with a bar and breakfast dining.
A traditional timber and iron door opens from the cobblestone streets of Antigua to welcome you into a private garden courtyard complete with pool which leads to the intimate reception and main salon. The salon, suite and guest rooms are Antiguan in décor featuring a collection of framed historic huipils adorning the walls and romantic flickering candles throughout during the evening.
TWIN/QUEEN/KING ROOMS - A combination of a European sense of style and Antiguan decor; custom made armoires, refrigerators, TV and ample room for clothing. The bathrooms have natural stone accents with walk in showers, signature bathrobes and imported amenities.
SUITE -
It is on the rooftop-terrace and offers a large bedroom and sitting room configuration. The bathroom features a walk in shower and soaking tub set on a natural stone platform.
Within walking distance you might find the markets of the Artisans, the National Museum and an abundance of classically restored ruins, convents and churches. Nearby attractions include the market town of Chichicastenango and the tranquility of Lake Atitlan that are easily accessible by private car or shuttle.

DINNING - For a typical Antiguan breakfast or a sundowner cocktail, Casa Encantada’s rooftop terrace is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the views. After breakfast consider your dining options in Antigua.

RATES FROM $88.00
Room Types
Standard Queen
Room# 1/2/5/6/7
Deluxe King
Room# 3/4
Rooftop Suite
Studio Twin
Room# 10
Single Twin
Room 9

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