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Hostal Hermano Pedro Guatemala

Hostelworld.com$34*
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06/11/2017 06/12/2017
1 room 2 adults 0 children
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San Francisco, California
Reviewed March 28, 2017

Really, totally, unbelievably creepy. This is not really a hostel or a hotel. What it is, is an over-priced room in a retired woman's private home that she's remodeled to put in a few guest rooms. She lives downstairs with her husband and Aged Parents. It's in a private, gated community in Zona 13, near the airport. Yes, it's close...

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Reviewed February 2, 2017 via mobile

I made a reservation online and received and email confirmation, and had no issues checking in when I got there! It was nice that they could take credit cards as well. There is a beautiful balcony at the top as well. We had an early flight the next morning and transport to the airport was included in the cost, which...

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Bloomington, United States
Reviewed January 23, 2017 via mobile

Unfortunately, Guatemala City doesn't appear to be a safe city. In developing nations where you have relatively affluent tourists you will find crime. This place has been described by the locals as a bed and breakfast. They serve you a full breakfast (we weren't there for other meals). I arrived about 9:00 at night and they had fruit and muffins...

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Mission Viejo, California
Reviewed April 9, 2015

I made my reservations well in advance via e-mail. I then followed up to make sure I had the reservations. Since my reservations were confirmed a second time, I sent a third email to ask if I needed to give a deposit. I was told not to worry about a deposit, I could pay in person upon arrival. Since it...

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Cleveland, Ohio, United States
Reviewed July 7, 2013

Arturo was waiting at the airport for me and whisked me away from the confusion. My room was clean,the staff and owners were charming! Delta lost my bag and the owner took me himself for no charge. Slept like a child and breakfast was awesome! A bit more expensive than I usually do but to b safe in one of...

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Granada, Nicaragua
Reviewed January 31, 2013

I booked a room through Hostelbookers, and then the day before arriving I received an email from Hostel Hermano Pedro canceling my reservation. I lost my booking fee and scrambled to find other accommodations. They offered a more expensive room with some other hostal. No thanks! Below is the email in broken English, they sent me. FROM HOSTAL HERMANO PEDRO:...

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Reviewed November 14, 2012

The place is pretty good, rooms are clean, breakfast was great. Prices are pretty average for that area. The only problem is the owners have some trouble picking and dropping people at the airport. On our first night they forgot to pick us up and we had to find some way to call thrm from the airport. When we called...

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La Paz, Bolivia
Reviewed October 13, 2012

Caught the long 19hour bus from Nicaragua and didn't arrive til after 11.30 but was greeted with a friendly smile. Room was clean and had decent wifi and the shower was warm. In the morning the breakfast was tasty and fresh. For the price, it was great.

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Isla de Ometepe, Nicaragua
Reviewed June 12, 2012

This family run place is in a safe area in the center of Guatemala City. The room I was staying in was clean and provided hot water, free breakfast and also attention was very friendly and helpful even I arrived late and couldn't find the hostel in first place. I recommend you to get in touch with them and use...

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sussex
Reviewed March 29, 2012

Hostal Hermano Pedro is an awesome place to stay on a budget in Guatemala City. The locaion is prime, just a few minutes from the airport. The staff are friendly, and the rooms are great. It doesnt have a hostel feel, more like a quaint bed and breakfast. The breakfast in the morning is delicious, and the bathrooms are very...

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
In Hostales Hermano Pedro you’ll find an atmosphere different from the other inns in Guatemala and Latin America. We tried to maintain familiar, calm, pleasant and mainly economic, taking care of you with pleasure by its proprietors, Arturo and his wife Isabel, they will make you feel like home. Hostal Hermano Pedro Guatemala is just a couple of minutes from international Airport La Aurora ... more   less 

Additional Information about Hostal Hermano Pedro Guatemala

Address: 6ta. Avenida | 20-53 Zona 13 Colonia Aurora II, Guatemala City 01013, Guatemala
Location: Guatemala > Guatemala Department > Guatemala City
Price Range: $16 - $34 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 8
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