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Welcome To Guatemala City

Welcome to the Real InterContinental Guatemala Hotel. Our Concierge team is committed to do its best to help you get the most out of your stay with us. It is our pleasure to help you enjoy a memorable trip.

Welcome to Real InterContinental Guatemala. Our Concierge team is committed to do our best to help you get the most out of your stay with us. It is our pleasure to help you enjoy a memorable trip.





Start your morning with a delicious cup of Guatemalan coffee, grown on the highlands of the country. Once you’re ready, prepare yourself to take a tour around the city. A certified guide can take you to the most renown and picturesque areas, specially the Historical Center, which has been declared National heritage. Here you can visit the National Palace, the Cathedral, the Central Market, and much more. Also, visit the Handicraft Market for some souvenir shopping.


Antigua Guatemala is the perfect place to visit during the afternoon. On the journey, delight yourself with the beautiful landscapes along the way. Once you arrive, get ready to enjoy an extraordinary preserved Spanish colonial town, perfectly located between the Water, Fire and Acatenango volcanoes. Make sure to visit the stunning array of museum and ruins, the markets, and the cathedral.


Once you are back to the city, the best way to end your day it’s to take a relaxing massage at our SPA InterCotinental, and then walk down the lobby to enjoy a nice dinner at any of our gourmet restaurants with options of Asian, Mediterranean and ¨Build Your Own¨ Cuisine. If desired delight yourself with a Cacao Tikal Martini at Maya Lounge.




One of Guatemala's most mystical features is its archaeological heritage, the heart of the Maya World. There are countless sites throughout the country that represent the prehispanic Maya Civilization. The signature site is majestic Tikal and Yaxha with its main walk ways and beautiful lagoon; El Mirador, the largest pyramid by volume in the world; Takalik Abaj with the terraces rising 1500 meters from the Pacific and spanning the Olmec to the Maya Civilizations. As archaeologists learn more about the way the Maya lived in harmony with nature and on a sustainable basis, sites like El Pilar, by the Beliza border, recreate a Maya forest garden. It is no coincidence that the newly renamed Peten airport is now the Mundo Maya Airport and that Guatemala is more and more validating her claim as the hearth of the Maya World. The names roll off the tongue: Topoxte, Nakum, Cancuen, Kaminal Juyu, Quirigua, Uaxactun and Iximche, the ancient Kaqchiquel capital.

Buses or camionetas

Public buses in Guatemala are named ;camionetas;. They cost Q 2.00 (Quetzal), which is about USD0.25. The service is available from 05:00 to 21:00 hours.


Guatemala is a multicultural and multilingual country. Twenty-two Mayan languages are spoken, and Spanish is the official language.


If there is a single feature that makes Guatemala unique, it is the living indigenous culture which envelops daily life, specially in the highlands. Color, traditions, language, ritual and custom dominate in almost half the country as Guatemala's 23 ethnic groups proudly cling to their ancestral ways, differentiating their hometown by wearing their distinctive hand woven attire. "Vibrant", "kaleidoscopic", and above all "authentic" are adjectives that stand out when describing highland life. Saints' names superimposed on traditional indigenous names dominate the country`s geographical atlas: San Francisco Panajachel, Santiago Atitlan, San Pedro Carcha and San Jose Poaquil join tongue-twisting Chichicastenango and illustrating the blendings of venerable indigenous with more modern Christian traditions.


Guatemala is frequently referred as the "Land of eternal spring" due to its tropical weather with an average temperature between 22° to 29° Celsius (72° to 84° Fahrenheit).


About Guatemala

Altitude: 1.499 metros. Latitude: 14º 37' 15" N Longitude: 90º 31' 36" O 3,942,348 hab. Population: 3,942,348 hab Extension: 228 Km2 Weather: Tempering

Guatemala's Volcanoes

There is an active volcano in Guatemala called Pacaya and you can climb it to watch the lava. It's good to see it during the day, but for a truly extraordinary experience, take a trip to watch it at night. If you want to take the adventure ask to the Concierge

Kite Flying

In October many kite enthusiasts descend on Guatemala to take part in the competitions at Sumpango. Some kites can be as large as five metres. If you are interested, contact the concierge.

Nature - Parks and Reserves

Guatemala is host to one of the richest biological treasures in the world, the habitat for 10% of all species registered on the planet. This encompasses 19 ecosystems, 300 microclimates and 33 volcanoes, five of which are active. Travelers can go from cloud forest to a black sand beach on the Pacific Coast in just a few minutes. There are 93 protected areas and 25 classified as special protected areas, which range from mangroves on both coasts to mountain cloud forests. They all add up to 1.4 million hectares in the Maya Biosphere Reserve, one of the most important ecologically in this hemisphere.


Avenues run south to north while calles or streets run west to east.



Depending on the purpose of your visit, take into consideration Guatemala is never too cold or too hot. A light jacket during the afternoon will suit you fine.


Always keep a copy of all the documentation you need to travel and keep the originals in a safe place


If the purpose of your visit is leisure tourism, make sure to bring a comfortable pair of walking shoes

InterContinental Real Guatemala

  • 14 Calle 2-51, Zona 10
  • Guatemala City , 01010
  • Guatemala
  • Front Desk +50-2-24134444

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Languages spoken by staff

English, Spanish

Pet Policy

Service Animals Allowed. Please arrange your arrival with our clerk concierge.
  • Local Time

    12:19 AM
    • CHECK-IN

      3:00 PM

      12:00 PM Late Check out Available


    • US Dollar $ (USD)


    • Service animals allowed
    • 3 Room(s) with Accessibility Standards
    • Parking