Radisson Hotel And Suites Guatemala City
1 Ave.12-46 Zona 10
Guatemala City 01010
Radisson Hotel and Suites Guatemala City brings business and pleasure together in the exuberant Zona Viva neighborhood. Flying into La Aurora International Airport (GUA)? Ride our shuttle less than two miles to reach our convenient hotel. Once you’re here, you can walk to shopping malls like AVIA or meetings at local businesses in Guatemala City’s financial district. After a busy day, relax in one of our 146 stylish rooms surrounded by panoramic views of the city and volcanoes.
After exploring the shops at Mercado Central, treat yourself to a massage or an organic body treatment at ITZ Beauty & Spa, located at the hotel. Set aside some time to take in the views from our rooftop Jacuzzi® and dine at our on-site restaurant and bar. Take advantage of these hotel amenities:
Please note: Guest parking is available for a fee of GTQ 50.00 (approximately USD 6.70) per car, per day. Each guest is allowed one car, and exchange rates may vary. Hourly rates are available.
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Our hotel rooms
Featuring 146 spacious and elegant rooms and suites, the Radisson offers an appealing place to rest and refuel. Wake up with a hot cup of coffee made from your in-room coffeemaker and browse the local newspaper. Get your shoes shined before your big client meeting, and grab a complimentary bottle of water on your way out the door. Our hotel rooms offer:
Corporate travelers can take advantage of the Business Class Room upgrades, which include a complimentary breakfast each morning and a free drink voucher in the evening.
Bars & restaurants
RBG Bar & Grill offers on-site dining in a vivid, contemporary atmosphere. Whether you’re craving a classic burger or a signature seafood dish, you can choose from local and international flavors for breakfast, lunch and dinner. For drinks, have a seat in one of the colorful chairs at the bar and sip a handcrafted cocktail or your favorite brew.
Things to do in Guatemala City
In the bustling neighborhood of Zona Viva, you can step outside the hotel’s front door and find more than enough shops and restaurants to explore. Take your kids to Museo de los Niños de Guatemala or find great buys at nearby shopping centers like Oakland Mall, Fontabella Mall and Noria Mall. Be sure to block out time in your schedule to visit these popular attractions:
Catedral Primada Metropolitana de Santiago – Situated about a mile from our hotel, this neoclassical cathedral became one of the city’s eye-catching attractions after nearly 90 years of construction. The 12 pillars in front of the church contain the names of the hundreds of Guatemalans who went missing or were killed during the country’s 36-year civil war that ended in 1996.
Palacio Nacional de la Cultura – Located less than a mile away, this breathtaking palace features stunning architecture and storytelling murals on the walls. The Peace Statue in the courtyard marks the place where the Guatemalan government and the guerrilla forces signed a peace treaty after the last civil war.
Museo Ixchel del Traje Indígena – Situated less than a mile from hotel, this museum features textiles from more than 100 highland villages. Browse nineteenth-century fabrics and Guatemalan artwork ranging from photographs to sculptures.
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Plan your next meeting or event
Located in Guatemala City’s energetic Zona Viva community, our hotel’s meeting space makes an ideal venue for memorable events of up to 600 guests. We offer décor options, audiovisual services, catering and an expert staff providing personalized service.
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100% non-smoking facility
Our hotel practices responsible business
Hotels play an important role in the travel and tourism industry, which contributes to the economic development of local communities around the world. At Radisson Hotel and Suites Guatemala City, we have a responsibility to the people and the physical environment of those communities—a responsibility to see that the community is not hurt by our presence, but rather, enhanced by it, both economically and socially.
We achieve this goal by going about our business in a responsible manner. At the Radisson hotel near the Guatemala City airport, our hotel's Responsible Business practices focus on three important areas:
Conference and meeting services:
Food and beverage:
Engineering and maintenance: