This is the place to stay in Chichi... just ask anyone who's been there. Somehow always busy but yet still tranquil, the style and service have made them world famous. Entering the Santo Tomas one enters another time and place... colonial Guatemala circa 1890. Filled with antiques and beautiful gardens, there is simply no place like it.
The Hotel Santo Tomas is an idyllic hotel in the famous “Quiche Village” of Chichicastenango. It is located just a few minutes stroll from the Indian Market and the Church of Santo Tomas. The hotel is an attractive place that features a collection of Spanish colonial art, beautiful flowers and exotic birds.
Facilities & Services:
The hotel combines an authentic colonial Style with modern comforts, each of the 43 rooms has a private bath and a fire place. The Bar & Restaurant service are first class, the restaurant overlooks the courtyard and serves good local and international meals. Easily accessible, on the second floor you will find a swimming pool, Jacuzzi and a small gym. Stroll the plant filled patios or relax next to the numerous fountains. The inner courtyards are full of places to relax and enjoy Guatemala. Enjoy the installations of the Hotel Santo Tomas while you have a cultural experience of Chichicastenango.
All rooms at the Hotel Santo Tomas feature two double beds, fireplace, private showers and telephone. The majority of the rooms have a balcony that offer the most beautiful panorama of valleys and mountains that surround and frame the incomparable beauty of the town.
* 43 rooms with fireplace & private bath
* Restaurant & Bar
* Safe Parking
* Swimming Pool
* Art Collection
* Central Location
Of Special Note:
Chichicastenango is one of the most colorful indigenous towns in America, and the profusion of colors in the typical costumes are envied by the rainbows of the world.... come and experience!
If you want total peace and then select Monday or Tuesday night. Since there is no market days before or afterwards, you will have the place to yourself. If you want to enjoy the hustle and bustle of the Quiche Maya market days (Thursday and Sunday) then stay overnight Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, or Sunday.