Hotel San Carlos

Av. La Reforma 7-89, Zona 10, Guatemala City, Western Highlands, 01010, Guatemala
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Luggage/Baggage Storage Facilities at La Aurora/Guatemala Airport?

by dj_bikes

Does anyone know if there are luggage/baggage storage facilities at GUA airport? I need to store a small bag at the airport for about one week in Jan 08. If so roughly how much does it cost per day (24-hours).
Many thanks in advance,

Re: Luggage/Baggage Storage Facilities at La Aurora/Guatemala Airport?

by JJDelmonte

Hi there, As far as I know there is no storage place at the airport. Normally what I've read from other travellers is that they leave it at a hotel or restaurant after befriending those folks. People in guatemala are very friendly and will try to help you out if they can. I suggest you post your question on the thorntree.lonelyplanet forum also. Good luck.

Re: Luggage/Baggage Storage Facilities at La Aurora/Guatemala Airport?

by Chenbaaxal

There was no left luggage place there before the current remodeling started and there are unlikely to be any now or in the near future. It will be nice when there are again ATMs, kiosks and a bank. If you stay overnight at a Guate hotel and return there a week later to stay, that would be the best approach, although making a reservation to return would probably work. Closest hotels are in Zone 13 and 10.

Travel Tips for Guatemala City

Museo Nacional

by la_beba

Guatemala City has an active cultural life throughout the year. Most of the country's museums are to be found here. There are also more than 30 galleries showing Guatemalan artists in painting, photography, engraving and sculpture. Theaters present a wide range of plays, especially national playwrights. This is a picture of the National Museum.

Torre del Reformador

by Pieter11

A very surprising thing to see for me in the centre of Guatemala City, was the Torre del Reformador. Right in the middle of the old city centre, you'll see this huge replica of the Eiffel Tower of Paris. The Guatemalean version is "only" 75 metres high, but it still dominates its surroundings.

The tower was built in 1935 to commemorate the 100th birthday of the former president of the country, Justo Rufino Barrios. He was known as an important president who helped the country with numerous reformations. That is why the tower of called "The tower of the Reformer".

Different from the Eiffel Tower in Paris, you can drive underneath this version, as it is built right over a crossing of roads.


by saantfv


The Republic of Guatemala is a country in Central America with special characteristics and a strong indigenous culture mainly influenced by its Mayan past

Guatemala is a countrey with great natural beauty. It has a mountainous territory, with lots of forests, and provided with Mayan ruins, lakes, volcanoes, orchids and exotic birds. One of the most beautiful countries in Central America, bordered to the west and north by Mexico, east by Belize and the Gulf of Honduras, on the southeast by Honduras and El Salvador, and south by the Pacific Ocean. The country has 108,889 km ² (the Republic of Guatemala maintains a territorial dispute with Belize, for 12,000 km ²). Its capital is Guatemala City. Its indigenous population makes up a third of the population of the country. Its official language is Spanish but Mayan languages has also characteristic of each indigenous group

"Typical palm trees and a bar (with tasty seafood)"

In the Pacific volcanic beach (not sandy beaches). The water is really dangerous, since it forms a kind of eddies that attract you. It's easy to drown, so it is very common to observe pools at resorts to replace the dipping in the sea.

"Sunset in the skies over the Pacific"

One of my favorite landscapes. This time, on the pacific beaches around 5 PM. Once the sun went down, the mosquitoes are released into the attack. They are unbearable, I must admit it.

weecheng's new Guatemala City Page

by weecheng

Look out for my VT travelogues on Guatemala at, or visit my personal travelogue website with lots of pictures on Guatemala at TWC in Central America and Cuba


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 Hotel San Carlos

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Address: Av. La Reforma 7-89, Zona 10, Guatemala City, Western Highlands, 01010, Guatemala