Lovely, popular hotel with a residential feel, mimicking colonial street architecture. Pastel colours and a large tropical courtyard with fountains and a pool complete the scene.
The lovely, popular Villa Colonial is on a quiet, tree-lined street, within easy walking distance of Antigua's main square.
True to its name, the building lies behind a colonial façade, centred on a large tropical courtyard garden with fountains. The buildings are attractively painted in soft pastel colours, and it feels like staying in a peaceful village within a town - part of the hotel is designed to look like a colonial street with rooms on either side.
Set on two floors, the simply decorated rooms have tiled floors, private bathrooms and either a shared balcony or patio. The hotel has a pleasant restaurant, a bar and a swimming pool in the large garden.
What our clients say
97% of our clients rated their experience with us as Excellent or Good.
"Very nice but not suitable for the rainy season as the public areas (lobby and restaurant) are open-sided and consequently very cold and we ended up wearing fleeces/coats to eat dinner. The bedrooms are lovely but lack any heating, which was rather uncomfortable. The gardens, staff etc were all very nice."MT, UAE
"Desk staff could use a bit more charm. Breakfast very disappointing (the worst of the trip), but a lovely ambiance and room very good indeed."CS, Richmond
Good hotel good food but too far out of town.NK, Beaconsfield
Beautiful accommodation, lovely garden with excellent restaurant and all very helpful. Great location on edge of Antigua with easy walk into townJLB,London
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Lina Fuller - Travel Expert
Lina's passion for the continent where she was born really took off when she moved to Córdoba (Argentina) to study, spending the holidays travelling between Argentina and her native Colombia.