Posada de Don Rodrigo Antigua
The Posada de Don Rodrigo in Antigua is a haven of tranquility with beautiful flower-filled courtyards and tasteful decoration inspired by the property's colonial history.
Just a few minutes' walk from Antigua's main square, the attractive Posada de Don Rodrigo oozes a sense of tranquillity that makes it seem much further removed from the city's hustle and bustle than its location would suggest. Foliage-drenched courtyards and gardens overflowing with colourful flowers are particular highlights.
The cosy rooms – some of which come with a fireplace – occupy three colonial buildings set around attractive stone-flagged patios, and are tastefully decorated with antique furniture and Mayan textiles.
Guests can eat inside or in the courtyard restaurant, which regularly hosts live Marimba music. The hotel's local popularity, good food, charming garden setting and sun deck overlooking the tiled roofs of the city make it a warmly recommended base for exploring Antigua.
What our clients say
97% of our clients rated their experience with us as Excellent or Good.
“Posada de Don Rodrigo - Antigua. An excellent place to rest weary heads after the long journey! The furnishings in the room were antique and beautifully large. The service was excellent and the roof terrace a great place to view the smoking volcano and catch a few rays!”GA, London
Location excellent. Room small, towels worn, no toiletries. Restaurant good but the Guatemalan anthem constantly repeated 'Propina no incluido'. Front desk very good.
Great hotel. Lovely building and gardens. Fantastic restaurant.SW Telford
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Lina Fuller - Travel Expert
Lina's passion for the continent where she was born really took off when she moved to Córdoba (Argentina) to study, spending the holidays travelling between Argentina and her native Colombia.