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Good Hotel Antigua in Antigua, Guatemala
Set in the quiet cobblestone street in the heart of the beautiful Antigua, Guatemala is Good Hotel Antigua. Previously a private mansion turned into a charming boutique hotel, the hotel had one mission: premium hospitality with a meaningful cause. For every night booked, the hotel donates to the Niños de Guatemala charity, combining doing business with doing good. Spacious guest rooms feature premium amenities, simple décor and light furniture made with natural, durable and re-purposed materials. The signature garden and living room blend throughout the hotel offering an inviting atmosphere where guests can relax, eat and work.
The onsite restaurant with an open kitchen concept serves locally sourced food and drinks throughout the day. Make sure to try the Tapas, which are inspired by local food, culture and produce. Antigua is a great place to set out and explore. Once the Spanish capital of Central America, it is now a World Heritage site and among the world's best converted colonial cities. Wander around between the cobblestone streets lined with Baroque architectural riches, old churches and vibrantly painted walls. Good Hotel Antigua provides a luxurious hotel experience while making a positive social impact on the local community.
Location of Good Hotel Antigua
Nearest Airport: GUA
Amenities for Good Hotel Antigua
- General Information
- Pets Not Permitted
- Bar & Restaurant
- On-Site Amenities
- In-Room Amenities
- Rain Showers
- Work Desks
- Nature Reserve
- Eco Friendly Luxury Vacations
Reviews for Good Hotel Antigua
Small boutique hotel just off the center of the city. Very good staff and food. Had room at entrance which had bedroom upstairs and a bit noisy at night. We were so tired that it did not matter. Profits for the Hotel go to support local school in Guatemala.
David H - Incline Village, Nevada
I had an absolutely great time while at the Good Hotel. The staff was extremely helpful and accommodating. I was only there for a short stay but loved the feel and atmosphere of the hotel. It was conveniently located and a short walk from some of the best bars and cafes in Antigua. Also had a chance to visit one of the school and really enjoyed seeing the impact and good work they are doing. It is an excellent hotel with an even better mission. Would 100% recommend and stay again.
AMarcial - Queens, New York
One of the reviews about being pretty to look at but not functional was spot on, but I definitely give it more stars that that rating. It *is* lovely and modern and from what I can tell the only hotel of this aesthetic in Antigua. It's still in the city proper but on the edge and thus fairly quiet. The courtyard is gorgeous in the morning and smoothies were delicious. Staff was kind and helpful. The layout of the rooms was definitely interesting. Great for a master bedroom, challenging if you're with friends/family. The bathroom was super bright with the skylight, but that meant that if someone wanted the bathroom doors closed, you had to open up the curtains in the room that open directly next to the main walkway. To have any daylight. The skylight seems to have some sort of openings for generally circulation, but it isn't operable. To have true airflow, you have to open the windows right off of the walkway. I'm a light sleeper so my sis had to suffer with my request to keep the windows closed at night. Beds were super comfortable. I'd like to stay again if I go back but I'd aim for a terrace room to have operable windows not off of a public space. I've also been told that those rooms are some of the few in Antigua where you can have a view of the volcano. Second best might be the rooms across the way where at least there is a little separation of vegetation between the windows and the walkway. Not sure how you can ask about that though. The descriptions on the website don't say anything about location. I think another review said something about being hip but not too hipster? Think I'm misquoting. The hotel itself yes, the clientele... totally depends. We were quietly chilling in the courtyard when some other Americans came in for breakfast. They were just being themselves, but we found them annoying enough to want to want to escape outside the confines of the hotel. That certainly isn't the hotels fault and is totally luck of the draw. And with all of that: definitely highly rank their business model. Kudos for giving back to the community.
Who knew behind the plain wall we would find a most attractive blend of old and new. The rooms surround a lush courtyard and are are zen like in their post modern simplicity. I found them quite functional and very 21st century in an otherwise spanish baroque city. The vibe is hip without being overbearingly so and you sleep well at night that that the a mission of the hotel is to support the local community. Add this to a convenient location and great service it gets my five star rating. Kudos to manager Juan and the staff..
Barney H - Albany, New York
Beautiful, clean, bright. Nice Bathrooms comfortable bed. Thatâ€™s where it ends. No ventilation in rooms, no fans, No place to put your luggage besides floor. Luggage racks please ! The hangers on the wall are non functional. Put in room next to the cafe- all windows open up to the center courtyard and cafe. So you either sit in your room with no air ventilation or you try to open your window then get to listen to all the people staying up late in the restaurant cafe. What type of hotel doesnâ€™t have coffee out and ready in the morning? Great idea. Poorly executed.
Wanderingyogi74 - Phoenix, Arizona