View of the colonial facade of the Hotel Villa Colonial, Antigua, Guatemala, then a view of the spacious lobby. The palm trees in the lobby are the first hint of the gardens that are further inside the hotel grounds.

After visiting Antigua every three years over the past three decades, I have experience in staying in most of the hotels throughout the city. Here is the Hotel Villa Colonial, where Andrea and I spent a pleasant week in recently.

 

 

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