Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Antigua, Hotel Los Nazarenos is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its budget friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Hotel Los Nazarenos makes it easy to enjoy the best of Antigua.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a kitchenette, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Iglesia de La Merced (0.1 mi) and La Recoleccion (0.3 mi), guests of Hotel Los Nazarenos can easily experience some of Antigua's most well known attractions.
Antigua has plenty of pubs. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like La Casa Del Ron, Bigfoot Restaurant, and Santa Rosa Burgers Club, which are serving up some great dishes.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Cerro de la Cruz (0.3 mi), Caoba Farms (1.1 mi), or Casa Santo Domingo Museums (0.5 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Hotel Los Nazarenos is sure to make your visit to Antigua one worth remembering.
I've stayed with Don Roberto and Magi many times over the past 4 years. Their sweet hotel has beautiful views of the Agua volcano and from the rooftop you can see Fuego volcano erupting. They remember your name, greet you with a hug, and treat you like family.
I was scheduled to stay at a hostel down the road and when I arrived they were busy so they walked me to this hotel. It is very nice. The wife speaks Spanish and the husband Spanish & English. I stayed here 4 nights with no issues. I even had left my laptop, passport, and money on my bed and when I returned my room had been cleaned and all my belongings set on the shelf. I wasn't missing anything. There is a beautiful courtyard and rooftop with views of the volcanos. Its a 10 minute walk to Central Park or a 5Q tuktuk ride. I definitely recommend. Walls are very thin though so if you are a light sleeper bring earplugs. Very noisy all time. Wifi is strong and I was able to video chat everyday.
I really liked staying at this place. The rooms are very basic but tidy and the beds are comfortable. The food is good and the restaurant area is very nice. All the staff at the hotel are very friendly and accommodate all your needs.
I've stayed in hotel in the middle of July. I can only recommend hotel: It's on very good location- a street from city center, nice comfortable rooms, nice patio in the middle and very very friendly owners with beautifull hearts. What else do you need on travel in Central America?
Nice beds, hot water shower is good. Friendly family run hotel provide good service. Roberto (owner) has a little English as do his older kids (Roberto jr and Cecilia). Close to all services but street gets very quiet at night so good sleeps. Patio roof has great views of the volcanos around Antigua. Free water on site was convenient.
Beautiful well price hotel owned by a beautiful man named Roberto. Rooftop patio with amazing views of the volcano. Classy sitting rooms right next to the magical plant filled courtyard. Clean airy rooms with powerful shower heads. What more do you need?
We spent a night here when our plans changed on short notice and our usual hotel, Casa Cristina, was full. The owners and staff of the hotel were wonderful but I do not intend on staying here again. The two rooms we were in seemed tiny because the two beds in each were huge, leaving virtually no floor space. The biggest problem, though, were the bathrooms. They are built in such a way that the shower soaks the entire floor, There is no way to prevent it. There were also slivers of old soap in the shower. Furthermore, in one of the rooms the toilet did not flush well and the toilet seat was ancient - so much so that the white surface was almost entirely worn off, leaving bare wood. We were all too happy to check out the next day. If not for the owners and staff, I would give the hotel fewer than three stars. As it is, I recommend either finding somewhere nicer for the same price ($35/night for a double) or somewhere comparable in quality for less money.…
Stumbled upon this little gem as the hotel next door was over our budget. The owner called to us as we were walking down the street and offered us a great price on a private room. Rooms are basic but are very clean and traditional, we stayed in 3 different rooms over the space of 5 nights and all were of the same standard. Very comfortable bed and basic but clean bathrooms. It is located in a very quiet area of town about 5/10 minute walk from the center. Many nice restaurants and cafes just around the corner including a little bakery with amazing cupcakes. The best part of the hotel is the extremely polite, kind and helpful owners who were always full of useful information and always interested in interacting with us. The hotel was very safety conscious and the front door was always locked. We would definitely stay here again.…
We planned a quick trip to Guatemala to help some friends who live there. I typically stay at Casa Cristina when in Antigua but they were all booked up (for the rooms I requested). Rosario (from Casa Cristina) recommended Hotel Los Nazarenos. The owners were prompt to help me and held my room for me as promised. Upon arriving, they greeted us in a most friendly manner and were extremely helpful in every area we requested. I was very impressed with their hospitality. There was a nice flow of hot water (which is often a luxury in Guatemala) in the shower. I'm not sure all rooms are situated with the small bathroom we had; but our shower and sink were all in one (behind a shower curtain). We had just a little trouble keeping our bathroom floor dry. There were also no plugs in the bathroom (for hairdryers); but there is a nice sized mirror and plug in the bedroom. Typically, we request a room not facing the street (knowing the vehicles traveling up and down the road will be rather loud). However, we needed a room in a pinch and didn't think to make this request. We will do so next time. The only thing I would change (for future bookings) is to ask for the room that is NOT directly across from a large, bright, beaming street light that shines right into the bedroom all night long and lights up the entire room as if the room's own light were turned on. We could have shut the curtains; but we'd have been very hot not having the breeze from the opened window.…
We needed a single night's stay to wrap up our visit to Guatemala. We were able to find room at short notice. The garden was very nice, the rooftop seating is nice but needs more attention. No TV but we consider that a plus. I had lost my ipad charger and recieved a "loaner" from the proprieter's daughter. How nice. More Spanish required here than next door at the better known Casa Cristina, but this was also better for me. The room had all the requirements for a simple, comfortable stay, and the location is excellent.