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The Black Cat Antigua Reviews
Mar 26, 2007
I like this place. Indeed, if I had had more time, I may well have stayed here a few weeks and done a bit of work. It's yer standard hostel for young folk - six to a room, nice beds (it is new - give it 6 months) and a very nice atmosphere. It helps that they close the bar at 10pm and the late night drinkers need to go elsewhere.
It is 50 Quetzales a night (£3.30), but that includes breakfast or sandwiches if you're on the early morning trip to the volcano. The people working there were very friendly and the food is good as the Guatemalans working in the kitchen no what they are doing.
If you are going the dorm route, try and get one on the top floor. The views from up there are brilliant and it is a little quieter than the ones below.
The place is clean, new, vibrant and laid back. Enjoy.
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