La Inmaculada

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La Inmaculada is a contemporary boutique-style hotel in Guatemala City's vibrant Zona Rosa district.

You see plenty of traditional Mayan themes throughout Guatemala, but this refreshing little boutique-style hotel in the capital, Guatemala City, is uncompromisingly contemporary. With just 11 guest rooms and two suites it offers a comprehensive service, and excellent attention to detail. There are high-end bathroom amenities, top quality bedlinen, and, for a special treat, in-room spa services.

There is a tranquil central courtyard where you can take breakfast or relax and a restaurant serving lunch and dinner - you can also receive your meals in your room. The hotel is situated in the central Zona Rosa district where there are many other eating options, shopping and entertainment.

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What our clients say

  • Highlight?: The Mayan site at Tikal and the Spanish colonial architecture.

    JDL, St. neots
  • Highlight?: Visiting Mayan villages

    EF, Southampton
  • The combo of Guatemala Highlands and Honduras/Livingston offered the experience of a variety of settings and cultures.  I must say that Antigua and Atitlan were stunning!

  • A wonderful trip combining exploration, education and adventure with some relaxation at the end. We learned about the Maya and wildlife from our knowledgeable guides. Highlights:Sitting on the stones at the top of Temple 4 in Tikal looking out over the jungle canopy.

    SB, London
  • 5 highlights that we have to mention in itinerary sequence rather than preferential sequence 1. Being in Antigua when they were having the Festival des Flores. Made the city even more interesting and colourful 2. Sunset and volcanoes in Atitlan. Would never have tired of that view 3. The sheer relief of getting to the top of the Mayan Face! 4. Sunset kayak at Chiminos island lodge 5. Tikal

    KG, London
  • Highlight?: The Mayan ruins

    KS, Oldham
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