Casa Santo Domingo
Restored 17th-century monastery combining outstanding quality with centuries of history. Many of the stylish, spacious rooms retain original features, and the candlelit passageways ooze romance.
Hidden behind an unassuming street façade, the Casa Santo Domingo is a delight. Located in the heart of historic Antigua, this restored 17th-century monastery is in keeping with the city's cobbled streets and colonial architecture. It combines outstanding quality with centuries of history.
This elegant hotel lies just four blocks from Antigua's main square. The property is luxuriously furnished with antiques, and houses an archaeological and colonial art museum and a small candle factory.
The rooms are all large, well-equipped and beautifully decorated, retaining many original features. Most have a balcony or veranda. At the rear there is a large attractive garden with a swimming pool, sauna, fountain and a chapel.
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