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5a Avenida Norte, Antigua, , Guatemala

Named after a town from Gabriel García Márquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude, this former private home in a colonial city in Guatemala marries old-world charm with high-tech convenience. Each of the four spacious rooms blends colonial antiques and textiles with modern amenities, such as wireless Internet connections. Three of the rooms have functioning fireplaces, and the master bedroom opens onto a private terrace overlooking the gardens. Meals, which incorporate regional recipes and the organic greens grown on the property, are served in the formal dining room or in the guest rooms, and breakfast on the bougainvillea-covered patio is a special treat—don’t miss the scrambled eggs with ginger.

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Quinta Maconda

Named after a town from Gabriel García Márquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude, this former private home in a colonial city in Guatemala marries old-world charm with high-tech convenience. Each of the four spacious rooms blends colonial antiques and textiles with modern amenities, such as wireless Internet connections. Three of the rooms have functioning fireplaces, and the master bedroom opens onto a private terrace overlooking the gardens. Meals, which incorporate regional recipes and the organic greens grown on the property, are served in the formal dining room or in the guest rooms, and breakfast on the bougainvillea-covered patio is a special treat—don’t miss the scrambled eggs with ginger.