This fully furnished apartment is located in the historic center of the city on the 2nd floor of our language school, Casa Xelaju, 5 minute walk from central park, markets, coffee shops, restaurants. It has a shared balcony with great views of the mountains. No meals are included with this apartment. Guests are able to arrive directly to the office and make reservations, so our calendar is not always current. Contact us for availability, we may have another apt. available.
One bedroom study apartment with kitchen, bathroom and shared balcony with other apartments.
Accès des voyageurs
Guest will have access to the entire apartment.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Our office staff will help guests with questions or issues regarding the apartment or the city. We provide free unlimited purified water in our main building.
We invest part of your rent to buy computers that we donate to four schools in the area.
In an effort to do our part in protecting the environment and conserve its current resources for coming generations, while also saving money, CX has been working to ecologically conserve energy and recycle material that is used in the office and buildings. LED TVs and bulbs. We use bicycles or walk to stores when running errands. The refrigerators and washing machines that we use in the apartments are energy efficient and use less water. We separate organic materials when disposing of our trash. We recycle glass and plastic. Security cameras running 24/7
No smoking, no loud parties.
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My husband and I are both teachers in Minneapolis, where we have raised our two now adult children. He is from Guatemala, where we spend our vacations. We love sharing Guatemala with others and have 16 apartments for rent through our language school, Casa Xelaju, in Quetzaltenango.
We both love to travel and always try to be gracious guests with the hopes that those staying with us will be the same.
The contact person in Guatemala is Gilda Rojas.
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