The Best Western Hotel Stofella is located in the heart of the Zona Viva’s most exclusive area. It is surrounded by exclusive stores, office buildings, residential areas and the lively nightlife offered by the abundant restaurants and nightclubs of Zona Viva in Guatemala City. The Hotel Stofella is ideal for business and leisure travelers alike and offers all of the conveniences required by a demanding clientele. The hotel includes a restaurant where they serve the complimentary breakfast, the restaurant is open for lunch and dinner if you do not want to eat out.
The Hotel Stofella features 60 rooms, available as Single, Twin Double and Triple. All of the rooms feature luxurious furniture, air conditioning, two telephones, automatic locks, cable TV, safety boxes, hairdryer and high-speed Internet access on request. The rooms are a combination of a European sense of style and Antique decor with a private art collection adorning the walls; custom made armoires and ample room for clothing. The bathrooms have natural stone accents with bathtub including showers. Non-smoking rooms on request.
Cancellation / Prepayment
Children and extra beds
- Complimentary breakfast
- Electronic room locks
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Free toiletries
- Non-smoking rooms
- Safety Deposit Box
- Seating area
- Wake up service
- WiFi Internet
Guatemala’s Capital is the largest city in Central America. Fast paced and vibrant, Guatemala City or Guate as it’s referred to locally is a interesting blend of old and new and possesses a distinct Latin charm. Today, Guatemala City has more than two million inhabitants. Its location, facilities and the only International Airport La Aurora (GUA) make it the starting point for visits to the rest of Guatemala.
Guatemala City was founded in 1776, after a devastating earthquake destroyed the former Spanish capital of Central America, “La Cuidad de Santiago de los Caballeros de Guatemala”, known today as Antigua Guatemala (or simply Antigua). Sitting on top of three tectonic plates, Guatemala City is spread out in a valley with the Agua volcano reigning on its horizon.
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.
Visitors interested in handicraft will find them in the Central Market, located a block away from the Cathedral. At the Central Market you will not only find unique Guatemalan handicrafts, but also see the colorful variety of local flowers, fruits and vegetables. The Relief Map in Minerva Park is a good place to see the extension of Guatemala and if you have never been to Paris you should visit “Torre El Reformador”, the world’s only scale replica of the Eiffel Tower.