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Quinta de las Flores

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#6 of 84 hotels in Antigua
Travelers' Choice 2019 Winner
GreenLeaders Silver level
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Outdoor pool
Bar / lounge
Shuttle bus service
Non-smoking hotel
Laundry service
Free internet
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Private balcony
Room service
Flatscreen TV
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We have visited Antigua 10+ times and this might be my favorite place so far. Unless you want to pay top $$. This is a great choice. My wife and daughter rented a small house, casita, on the property. Ideally go for casa #5. It is the end unit and has a great view of Augua. Also there is a hammock at that unit on the lower patio. Anyways it is great here. The fountain in the small courtyard is always running. The pool is great for the kids. There is even a nice playground. The square is a bit of a walk so oftentimes we just took an uber. Only about $2 wherever you need to go in Antigua. We find uber here even less expensive than the tuktuks. The food here is also good. We have done dinner and my wife on a previous visit had breakfast here each morning.
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Quinta de las Flores is a real gem in busy Antigua. The hotel sits slightly on the edge of the small centre and it's an oasis of tranquility. The gardens were a real wonder for us and completely unexpected. Rooms were very clean and many little touches made this a real personal experience. Carmen was incredibly helpful.
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I just stayed five nights at Quinta de las Flores and it is a lovely place. The rooms are large and airy, the staff is pleasant and the grounds are beautiful. It is a good 20-minute walk to the Plaza, so so you will need Uber or catch a tuktuk outside the gate. Two ‘buts’: They don't tell you when you make the reservation but they are constructing new cabins at the end of the property which means lots of pounding and other construction noise from about 7 a.m. to around 6 p.m. If they don’t have rooms in numbers above at least 10, I would stay somewhere else until the construction is over. Second, I definitely would not use the driver that they send to pick you up. Due to his excess speed, he spun out of control on the highway from Antiqua to the airport. I was very lucky to walk away alive. I wrote the hotel and they have not responded so I wanted to put it out on on Trip Advisor so that no one else ever goes through what I did.
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My family has visited Antigua multiple times. This was the first time staying at the Quinta de las Flores. Our stay was fantastic. Miss Carmen was wonderful in that she helped us not only with our stay at the hotel but also arranged transportation from Guatemala City and a local tour. The grounds were inviting to just sit outside and take in the beauty. We had multiple meals at the restaurant and thoroughly enjoyed the food. When we return it will definitly be to this hotel.
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Stayed here with family for three nights and enjoyed every minute of it. You’d never guess there would be an expansive green oasis beyond the guarded walls. It’s not easy to find this property, but once you arrive you might not want to leave. The grounds are immaculate, with many fountains, lush flowering trees, and quiet sitting areas near the chilly pool. The view of the active nearby volcanoes, when the mist clears, is jaw dropping. The property is on the edge of town, which makes it both quieter than other properties in Antigua yet close enough to easily walk to the parks, shops, tourist spots and restaurants. We had a two story, two bath-two bedroom Casita, with full kitchen and dining area, and large living room with fireplace we used each night. The rooms were clean and comfortable and the Wifi strong through out. Only slight complaint was the very firm mattresses, which bothered my wife and I but the kids didn’t seem to mind. The restaurant is so good that we ate almost all of our meals on the property, which is highly unusual for us as we enjoy exploring local options when traveling. The menu isn’t expansive, but everything is good, including the coffee and wine. We never felt unsafe in Antigua but always exercised caution and didn’t wander through town late at night. There are taxis and Tuk-Tuks are plentiful and inexpensive for getting around. We didn’t use Uber but I’m told it’s a good local option. We took a tour of a local coffee co-op called De La Gente that was fun and informative. The tour involves an overview of how the co-op works, visit to a coffee farm with a chance to pick ripe beans from the Bush, a visit to the processing facility, and a demonstration of an old fashioned grinding and roasting process, with tasting of course. We signed up for the optional meal with the co-op members which was fun and informative.
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$80 - $105 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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GuatemalaSacatepequez DepartmentAntigua
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