January 3, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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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
I am not a coffee drinker, BUT I really enjoyed this tour and so did my teenage children. Coffee is an important export of Guatemala and it was important to us that we have an understanding of the process in Guatemala since coffee production is a way of life for many. I had no idea of the process that occurs from the time a coffee bean is picked until it is served in a cup of coffee. It takes TWO weeks from plant to cup. The grounds are gorgeous and peaceful. We didn't stay at the hotel or eat at the restaurant, but they looked very nice. Carlos, our guide, was good-natured and extremely knowledgeable in every way (he even knew many of the capitals of the United States). Throughout the tour, if he saw a small piece of trash or anything out of place, he was quick to take care of it. It was obvious that he cares for the appearance of the property and the experience of tourists. He is truly an asset to the Filadelphia plantation. Take advantage of the free shuttle offered by the plantation and spend a couple hours just 15 minutes outside of Antigua.
pinkmomma3 - Winston Salem, North Carolina
Took my family on a zipline tour. The grounds are amazing at this place. Beautiful views driving up to the zip-lining. The guides were very funny and helpful, especially Freddy! The zip-lining was really fun and perfect for my sons who are 6 and 9. Great views coming down, and great coffee at the shop there when we got back down!
matthewhodal - Elgin, Illinois
We went on this coffee plantation tour yesterday. They picked us up in town quite close to our hotel and took us to the plantation. We were greeted and asked if we spoke Spanish or English and then split us into groups depending on language preferences. There were only 4 of us in the English group. The tour was soooooo informative and interesting. We walked through all stages of the coffee growing through production and roasting. We were encouraged to ask any and all questions along the way. The tour ended with our guide buying us a cup of coffee of our choosing and then we could buy bags to take with us (which I did). We loved this and would definitely recommend it!
Stephanie W - Salt Lake City, Utah
We did the 2 hour coffee tour with Alejandro and it was fantastic. We learnt so much, felt like it went for 15 minutes and went through the whole process from growing to picking to sorting, drying and roasting and had a taste at the end. Great coffee, great tour and well worth the entrance fee with free shuttle to and from Antigua.
oliverbeck12 - Leeds, United Kingdom
The resort is the most spacious accommodation you will find in the area. They offer free transportation to Antigua, since it's about 2 miles away. A luxurious quiet and classic place where outstanding service is the norm. Big rooms, clean pool & jacuzzi, comfortable gym, and lots of beautiful areas to rest, walk and relax. Chef Luis Palencia came up with a menu you will love at both Pergaminos and Cafetenango restaurants. The staff adjusted to our needs and catered to all our requests. This place will make you fall in love with Guatemala. I almost forgot, their coffee is top notch.
JuanjoCruz - Costa Rica