Hotel Sana Clara is a small but very cozy hotel in a great location, walking distance to the Central Park ( Parque Central ), not too many rooms, simple but comfortable and very reasonable pricing. It has a very small parking area, 2 vehicles only, and weekend parking is difficult because it is not allowed in fron of hotel and some other streets becuase of weekend visitors/tourists to the city. Beds are comfortable, bathroom is small bur efficient. They do not have a restaurante on the premises but next doorr there is a great place for breakfast, luch and dinner at good prices and variety with the main floor and a second floor in the open. WiFi basically works in the hallways, the walls in the rooms are very thick and WiFi can not penetrate into them. Staff is very friendly and helpfull. Again, it is not a big or fancy hotel, but we would not hesitate to go back at any time. A nice little jewell.…
Ok hotel, but far from zocalo and main attractions, bakery and convenient store nearby. Clean rooms, WiFi, showers, no toiletries. Receptionist is hard to find. Stayed as part of G Adventures tour. Free water in the lobby. Quiet hotel.
Hotel was quite basic but spacious. Some aspects of the hotel display colonial grandeur other aspects feel cluttered and messy. Bathroom wasn’t great. Beds relatively comfortable. A lot of signs throughout discouraging noise, eating and drinking in the hotel so seemingly they’re against fun.
I liked the hotel, but when I needed to use their WiFi to do a bit of work, it crashed continuously, which was super frustrating. The location is nice and there are lots of places around the hotel that are easily accessible.
Clean room and bathroom, with good shower pressure. It is situated close to the main square. Staff in reception were very friendly. There's a bakery/restaurant situated directly next door, which was perfect and foos was good there!
Nice enough place, nothing special but ok. Only problem was finding the door, and then finding reception. the entrance is the big no descript double doors. not in the restraunt with the same name next door. and you have to ring the bell and hope someone comes and answers it, they didn't on my first attempt! the second I was lucky and someone had left it open. then you need to sqeeze past two cars with your bad and attempt to find reception! which is way down the drive way. not obvious at all! Other than that it was ok :)
I spent one night at the Santa Clara Hotel in April 2016. The room was clean and comfortable. However, I received 8 mosquito bites on my head during the night. I recommend a good look around the room before sleeping. I paid for my room, but no receipt was issued and no record was made of my stay.
This is a small family-run hotel in a residential street in Antigua, within a short walk of the main square. It was perfect for my needs. All the basic amenities, - shower, wi-fi, TV with BBC News and comfortable bed. Nothing fancy but very attractive public areas, - small fountains and ethnic courtyards. On two levels and good views of the volcano and ancient building from the upper level. Plus a very good cafe/bakery next door which was perfect for a good Chapin Breakfast.
Volcano trail: We stayed for one night - it was noisy throughout the day and late into the night, not just regular noise from people moving around etc but it's between 2 bars which are loud. Pro: Clean Pro: Was able to check-in early (very early) Pro: Friendly staff Pro: close to local attractions Pro: cheap Pro: Safe Con: No aircon, no ceiling fan Con: Daunting to arrive late, limited sign-age Con: Noisy
We had a really nice stay here! The location is perfect only a short walkto the main square and the rooms were adequate. My only suggestion would be to make sure you have mosquito repellant, other than that it was great!