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I visited here in September as a local had highly recommended it. It is impressive really as it is nestled into a hotel and consists of five or so different museums. Many of the locations were under construction while I was there - so it...More
As a group we stopped here for lunch. They had a Guatemalan buffet lunch spread out for us. It was mostly great recognizable food. After lunch we wandered the magnificent gardens of the old Monastery. There is also a hotel here. Lots of colourful exotic...More
Casa Santo Domingo was a dominican monastery which has been converted to a luxury hotel. The grounds are quite extensive, and lovely. The museums are small but high quality. The real attraction here (for me) is the ruins of the monastery, parts of which are...More
Casa Santo Domingo is a gorgeous property, and worth going for lunch or for the Spa, for sure. But the promised "museums" left me disappointed. They're not curated, there's little to no effort at didactics, just a few things stashed here and there on the...More
You'll get to learn not to judge a book by its cover in antigua in terms of the outside of buildings being a representative of whats on the inside and this is a huge example of that
As you walk through the front doors, it...More
The ruins inside the hotel have been very nicely preserved with "museums" or exhibits sprinkled throughout the grounds. This property is very unique with lovely gardens that make for a nice stroll from one exhibit to another. It is a very leisurely stroll that can...More
Visited the place with my sons. It was very informative and interesting place to visit. We learned a lot of the way they found the tombs and catacombs. It was interesting seeing the mummies/skeletons and the paintings and sculptures. Took lots of pictures.
This is a hotel on the grounds of ruins. They have done a wonderful job to incorporate the hotel with the ruins. You can wander around and see different ruins. When we went there in the evening that had it set up for I can...More