Pan American


  • Lively restaurant, good value


  • Small rooms, slight mustiness

Published 01/17/2017

Fodor's Review

The grande dame of downtown hotels, the Pan American opened in 1942, and was for many years the most luxurious lodging in town. To step into the dark-wood lobby of this former mansion is to leave the confusion of the city behind. A covered courtyard with attractive wrought-iron chandeliers spills out from the restaurant, whose servers wear traditional highland dress. The rooms are small but attractive, with tile floors, handmade rugs and bedspreads, and walls adorned with traditional paintings. The restaurant, known for its brunches and its coconut cream pie, is one of the few dining options left in the Old City.


Hotel Information


9 Calle 5–63, Zona 1, Guatemala City, Departamento de Guatemala, 01001, Guatemala

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Hotel Details:

  • 54 rooms
  • Rate includes: No meals

Published 01/17/2017


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