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I love the home like and family feel of Posada El Arco in Chichi. Hosts to global inhabitants, the owners and managers make you feel safe and welcome. Parking is within guarded walls. The habitaciones are clean and pleasant and comfy. We keep a place...More
The Posada was reserved for us by a friend who lives in Chichi. We got what is probably the best room in the inn: comfortable queen-size bed with a million dollar view looking over the posada's garden and north toward Santa Rosa del Quiché. One...More
Spacious, clean, and a view of the city and gardens. Pedro and Silvia both do a great job of making you feel welcome. Take Padro up on breakfast as he roasts his own beans and provides great conversation! Loved having a place to come back...More
Very reasonably priced wonderful hotel. Proprietress is the best - very helpful and enjoys showing the property. Make sure to spend some time in the garden out back. If driving, there is parking available, however getting in and out is a bit of an adventure...More
Nice inexpensive place to stay when in ChiChi. Pedro roasts local coffee beans and serves a bottomless cup every morning. He is a wonderful host. We are in the area at least (1X) per year doing volunteer work and I would not stay anywhere else....More
Do a search of Trip Advisor or Google Posada El Arco. A photo of their business card comes up in Trip Advisor. Call them and talk to Pedro. He speaks English. Guatemala is on Central Time. Hope this helps.
Response from CaboSanLucasCocinera | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I can't really help with a phone or address... we never make reservations, preferring to actually lay eyes on the room before signing up! This little posada actually had nothing by way of signage on the street, so... More
Sorry I can't really help with a phone or address... we never make reservations, preferring to actually lay eyes on the room before signing up! This little posada actually had nothing by way of signage on the street, so luckily we had the address... we beat on the door a while before it was finally opened.
It really was a good stay. If you can't get hold of them and are not arriving at a peak time (Day of the Dead, Christmas, Easter...) it would be worth doing a walk up.
Enjoy your trip!
Response from benbutton | Reviewed this property |
As I recall, it is not. They do have free coffee in the morning. The owner lives upstairs and might be willing to prepare breakfast for a small cost. He and I got to be friends and I was able to get breakfast there one... More
As I recall, it is not. They do have free coffee in the morning. The owner lives upstairs and might be willing to prepare breakfast for a small cost. He and I got to be friends and I was able to get breakfast there one morning - eggs, toast, marmalade, fruit. Just ask him.
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"Rooms connected the the balcony. But all I saw were big and nice."