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Filadelfia Coffee Resort & Spa in Antigua, Guatemala
Nestled on an ecological preserve at the foot of picturesque mountains in Antigua, Guatemala, Filadelfia Coffee Resort & Spa sits on a working coffee plantation, offering guests a unique blend of old world charm and modern amenities. Experience the traditional culture of life on a plantation while enjoying all of the comforts of a first class hotel - exquisite dining, decadent spa services, sumptuous rooms and impeccable service all in attendance. Activities range from exhilarating tours of the rainforest canopy and spectacular treks to the heights of the volcanoes, to enriching tours of the coffee plantation, promising discerning guests a taste of adventure and culture in their luxury travel.
Once the colonial Spanish capital of Central America, Antigua has cathedrals, town squares and handicraft markets that show evidence of a storied history. Its spectacularly pristine preservation has even lead Antigua to be designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Filadelfia Coffee Resort & Spa evokes this traditional style through spacious rooms decorated in warm hues and simple elegance. Windows open onto views of the pool, surrounding gardens and the majestic Agua Volcano in the distance. Guests can choose to relax on the grounds where the pool, tennis courts, Jacuzzi, spa and fitness center offer opportunity for rest and rejuvenation. Or take one of many tours with a resort guide. For dinning try international dishes at Pergaminos Restaurant, or delicious local specialties at Cafetenango - either choice is complemented with one of the hotel's special coffee based drinks. Discover old world charm in the new world today.
Location of Filadelfia Coffee Resort & Spa
Nearest Airport: GUA
Amenities for Filadelfia Coffee Resort & Spa
- General Information
- 20 Guest Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- Shuttle Service
- Spa Services
- Gift Shop
- Fitness Room
- Complimentary Parking
- Tennis Courts
- In-Room Amenities
- iPod Docks
- Luxury Linens
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Helicopter Tours
- Wildlife Viewing
- Historic Sites
- Food & Wine
Reviews for Filadelfia Coffee Resort & Spa
After being picked up in the Unimog and traveling out to the property, we were split into two groups: English speaking and Spanish speaking. First part of tour involves visiting the "nursery" of coffee plants as well as fruit trees. Second part takes you out to the coffee trees where you can pick coffee right off the trees. Part three is the sorting, roasting tour. The entire tour takes about two hours We had 4 adults and two children aged 2 and 4. The first two parts of the tour held enough interest for the two young children but Part 3 was too technical for them but very interesting for the adults. We took the youngsters to onsite playground. In addition, we also had the Sunday brunch at the Resort property. Well worth your time and expense.
wellSeasoned62 - Green Bay, Wisconsin
Overall enjoyed our tour(s) - the guides were great. Saw very few birds (not for the lack of our guide trying to spot them) but they are not on a schedule so you can't always guarantee you will see many of them. The drive up the mountain (which was awesome) was the best part of the birding tour. The coffee tour was packed 30+ guests to one guide. Would recommend more guides or less guests per tour. The main reason for the "4" is that we where picked up as planned but not returned as planned. We were suppose to be returned back to the main part of Antigua but instead we were dropped off at the edge of town. It was walkable (10+ blocks) but we didn't really know where we were and didn't have a map as we were not been expecting to be dropped off so far from the main square/our hotel.
D B - Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada
I had originally planned to hire a local taxi for the day to take us to Antigua, thinking it will cost about $50-$100 (according to our guide Uriel at the previous port, $500 Quetzal should be enough). However, Puerto Quetzal turned out not to have any taxis. If you do not take Princessâ€™ tours, your only other option is a single tour company that will charge you $200 for 1 car for the day, or $45 / ppl if you have 6+. We ended up negotiated together with another family down to $40 / person for the day and hopped in. I donâ€™t remember the guideâ€™s name, and he didnâ€™t provide much information either. We had the van took us to Finca Filadelphia, just north of Antigua. The coffee plantation provided an excellent introduction in the coffee production business, and has a good restaurant serving good Guatemalan food and juices. Well worth a visit. We took the plantationâ€™s free shuttle back to Antigua to meet up with rest of the group and walked around town before heading back. Antigua is beautiful and vibrant, wish I had more time to walk around.
Ray L - Los Angeles, California
Finca Filadelfia We had a wonderful 1 week stay at this hotel, booking 4 rooms for our group. The grounds and rooms are lovely. The reception staff could not be more helpful. The dining room and kitchen were wonderful in accommodating our special vegan food needs. All in all, I highly recommend this beautiful spot for a getaway or for touring nearby Antigua. We also took advantage of the tours...in particular, the canopy( zip line ) was fabulous and extremely well run. The â€śspaâ€ť is just a couple of rooms off the gym, but the massages were really excellent. I will definitely return to this very well run little resort. And recommend it to friends! The one thing so would suggest is NOT to book a walking tour of Antigua through the Hotel. The resources they use were not very professional. Nice, willing, but not an effective tour. As am alternate, I previously used a guide by the name of Jane Hempel Garcia, who was terrific. Thanks to the whole team ( specially Reception, Restaurant, Housekeeping) at Finca Filadelfia for their willingness and kind support throughout our week!
Sarasota258 - Sarasota, Florida
Complete waste of a morning. We paid US$100 for the four of us to spend an hour waiting for latecomers and getting whatever organised. We then wandered aimlessly around a coffee plantation where there was no picking or processing happening that day, the shop was closed and the terrace was hardly operating. It was early on New Years Eve. They shouldn't have been running tours that day. A total rip off and looked like a complete bore even if everything was running.
Julian B - Sydney