If you're looking for a charming, family-run bed-and-breakfast at a very reasonable price, this should be your first choice in Zona 1. In fact, it's my top budget choice in the whole city. The converted colonial-era home that houses this hotel was built in 1873, and features a lush and beautiful interior garden. Rooms are decorated in a mixed style with rustic wood furniture, checkerboard tile floors, washed walls, and local arts and crafts. The hotel is set on a short transited street, so its rooms are quieter than many of the downtown options. This place advertises itself as a "museum," and they have a very extensive collection of Maya artifacts and colonial-era art and carvings. The owners and their in-house guides and drivers are very friendly, knowledgeable, and professional.
- © Frommer's 2013
- Recommended 2010