Mesón Panza Verde was established in 1986 as one of the first European style bed and breakfasts in Antigua, Guatemala. Ideally located at the quiet end of famous Fifth Avenue, it is a pleasant four block walk from Antigua's main Plaza and Cathedral down a cobble stone street past wonderful ruins and several delightful shops.

At the main hotel there is a rooftop rose garden, this beautiful space also contains a tower top jacuzzi with spectacular 360 degree views of Antigua, many ruins and the three volcanoes

There is an inviting central garden and fountain surrounded by a veranda that is "quintessential" Antigua. In addition to the large beautiful decorated suites, an inviting lap pool is fed by a fountain. The library bar has a large medieval fireplace and a small stage showcasing a baby grand piano.


We offer 9 suites and three double rooms. Each of our rooms has its own personality and is decorated with Spanish Colonial antiques, hand made textiles and weaving and original art. Several have turn of the century chandeliers that were found in Cuba. Amenities include beautiful fireplaces, cozy bathrobes, fresh flowers and in-room fine dinning.

The Grande Suite /Apt (Suite12) is the largest of all the suites. Through unusual floor to ceiling glass and wrought iron windows, it has a spectacular view of the Volcan Agua. In the living room there is a large corner fireplace. Beautiful turn of the century chandeliers light the main living room. One enters the bedroom through antique mahogany doors. Two sleeping niches contain queen size beds and a large oval window faces the Volcan Agua. The bathroom has a raised Jacuzzi beneath a cupola ceiling and is decorated with marble tiles

Suites 10 and 11 have Spanish balconies facing a wall of bougainvillea and overlooking the garden below. They have a Spanish Colonial fireplace and a large bathroom. Suite 11 has 2 twin beds and Suite 10 can have a king bed or 2 twin beds.

Suites 8 and 9 are located on the ground floor. They have 12 foot ceilings, whimsical, Moroccan Influenced fire places and a specially designed wall of glass and wrought iron. French doors opens into a lush private garden with a lion head fountain and a hammock for outdoor lounging and reading. Suite 9 has a choice of king or twin beds. The bathroom is beautifully appointed and features a large Jacuzzi. Suite 8 has a king size bed, the bathroom has a bathtub and shower that sits on a platform behind two ancient painted wood columns.

To the left of the main entrance, up a flight of stone stairs is Suite 7; it has French doors that opens into a large private patio, the room has a king size bed placed in a large sleeping alcove, an unusual corner fire place and a large bathroom with Jacuzzi

Suites 5 and 6 have a private patio with volcano view and they also have oversized hammock and a private dinning area. Suite 6 has a queen bed, a colonial style desk, an antique sofa and a large fireplace at one end of this spacious room. The large bathroom contains an antique porcelain and wrought iron sink. Suite 5 has a queen size bed placed directly in front of the large fireplace and an antique corner desk.

Suite 4 is on the ground level. It has an entry living room with a Colonial style desk, and a comfortable sofa in front of a large fire place. It has its private patio with a fountain surrounded by orchids, ferns and bamboo. The separate bedroom has two queen size beds and a large bath/dressing room with shower.

Our double rooms opens into a flagstone patio, each room has a French bed with distinctive wrought iron headboard, writing desk, bench and a small fireplace. Rooms 1 and 3 have queen size beds, room 2 has two single beds. Each double room has a private bath with shower.

Our restaurant is considered one of the finest in the country. Its reputation of "international cuisine with a twist" has made it a favorite with Guatemalans and international travelers alike, well known for its fine cuisine and romantic ambiance. Take your choice of dining al fresco on the veranda surrounding the garden and fountain, or inside our elegant restaurant.

There is also on the second level a Cafe Terraza with spectacular view of the surrounding three volcanoes. You can also spend your nights in the new Panza Verde Cueva where Thursdays and Fridays we have live music either Latin Jazz or classical piano.

Spanish hand caved doors introduce you to Panza Verde Gallery where local and international artists exhibit their paints periodically under this beamed ceiling.

We offer also a conference center and a relaxing pool for our guests.

RATES 2012* Starting at:
Double Rooms (No 1,2,3)


Suites with balcony or veranda
(No 4,5,6,10,11)
Suites with private garden (No 7, 8, 9) $190
Grand Suite (No 12 - two guests) $250
Grand Suite (No 12 - four guests) $300

Rates are per night per room based on double occupancy.
Not recommended for Teenagers under 15 years old
Additional person $15
Continental Breakfast included
Taxes included

* Panza Verde is Not available during: Easter Week

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