Outdoor pool with an urban feel
Meeting and convention rooms with large capacity
Guatemala lives in the past and the future. Its incredible Mayan heritage, such as the old city of Tikal surrounded by more than 18,000 km² of protected rainforest and one of the Empire’s best preserved remains. On the other side, Guatemala City, the country’s capital, combines the modernity of offices, restaurants and shops with century-old buildings that highlight its legacy. A country with two different experiences that you can discover with Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Guatemala.
In the Guatemalan territory there are plenty of Mayan ruins, a privilege uncommon in the rest of the world. Watching the sunrise surrounded by the temples of the old city of Tikal is an experience culminating in the challenge Temple of the Gran Jaguar. There, 3,000 ancient structures intermingle with the jungle inhabited by jaguars, monkeys and the elusive quetzal.
The city of Santiago de los Caballeros was the country’s old capital until it was destroyed by an earthquake in 1773. Despite this, this town, flanked by three volcanoes still preserves many of its colonial splendor, which put it the title of World Heritage City thanks to its urban center with spots such as the Parish of San José City Hall's Palace.
Less than an hour from the current capital and within easy reach of the Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Guatemala, Antigua This is a destination that serves a visit due to its unique architecture and to try local products such as coffee or beans. In contrast, the modern and nearby capital of Guatemala City – surrounded by volcanoes – where the zero kilometer and the Plaza de la Constitution, the National Palace of Culture and the museums and restaurants of the cosmopolitan area Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Guatemala City.
Regardless of the destination of your trip in the country, the hotels Barceló Hotel Group in Guatemala the perfect host.