Rigoberta Menchú Room
Still the object of death threats when she returns to her native Guatemala, Rigoberta Menchu, a Quiche Mayan woman who gained prominence helping to organize and defend the rights of indigenous peoples and who now is forced to live in exile, has become widely known as a leading advocate of Indian rights and ethno-cultural reconciliation, not only in Guatemala but in the Western Hemisphere generally, and her work has earned her several international awards, including the Nobel Peace Prize in 1992.
Located on a rear, ground floor, lush, inner garden, the Rigoberta Menchu Room is cozy and quiet. It can sleep three comfortably in one standard DOUBLE and two TWIN beds. The two separate sections of the room are linked by a French door, and there are two separate bathrooms with showers. This room is in the modern addition to the hotel, but it feels ancient because of the use of Colonial Era tiles and recycled details from vintage buildings, both Mayan and Spanish, some found on site.
- Standard Double Bed & Two Twin Beds
- Two En Suite Baths
- Air Conditioning
- Free Wifi Internet