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The self-paced tour of Casa Santo Domingo is worth the time. Especially if you love to learn about the history of a place. I enjoyed walking through the older parts of the cathedral, crypt, etc. and liked how newer art installations are also a part...More
We did not stay at this hotel, but I had been there 10 years ago and wanted to show my friend the gardens, ruins, and location in general. We spent the morning walking the grounds and visiting the archeological sites and museums. It was beautiful,...More
This was a most beautiful museum and grounds to visit. The silver collection, glass collection, paintings and tombs were well presented. I'd recommend eating at their restaurant too. 5 star food for a 3 star price.
Date of experience: July 2019
Gerardo-Garcia-Lopez, Director de Recepción at Casa Santo Domingo Museums, responded to this reviewResponded 8 September 2019
Thank you for your review and recommendation. We are glad to know you enjoyed your time at El Tenedor. All the best!
I cannot believe how amazing this place is. It’s one of the biggest hotels in Antigua, but the best part is, it’s a free museum! The hotel is built into the ruins of the Convent of Santo Domingo. The place is huge and open to...More
Date of experience: August 2019
Gerardo-Garcia-Lopez, Director de Recepción at Casa Santo Domingo Museums, responded to this reviewResponded 30 August 2019
Thank you for your wonderfull review. Its great to know you enjoyed so much your experience & hope you return when you visit La Antigua.
My first time in Antigua and I’m in the right hotel! They take care of all the details. I went to the hotel restaurant and they asked me about my nationality - I answered by telling them that I was born in Peru but lived...More
This is a beautiful hotel built in a ruins of a convent. The grounds are beautifully landscaped and open to the public. If you are not a guest you can visit all the museums except for the silver museum for free. You can see candle...More