14 Street 3-08 Zona 10
Guatemala City, 01010
Phone: (502) 24 213333
Fax: (502) 23 635766
14 Street 3-08 Zona 10, Guatemala City, GT, 01010
- Phone: (502) 24 213333
- Fax: (502) 23 635766
Located in the center of Zona Viva, La Iguana Azul has become one of the most popular disco-bars in Guatemala, built with steel and glass, in a rather cold but contemporary style. It offers music for all tastes and its specialty is the "Iguana Azul," a drink with an amazing color prepared with a secret recipe. The bar is manned by teenagers and young adults. In case you are bored with the Iguana Azul, it also has a range of imported drinks which you can enjoy at the bar or at your table.
The bar of this great hotel offers the most exclusive entertainment with style. Intended for first-class travelers and businesspeople, it offers the best services in the city. Simple but stylish decoration which provides the setting for an international atmosphere. A wide range of Guatemalan and imported liquors, cocktails and drinks.
Latinos compares with the largest night clubs in the world. Although somewhat small, it offers very stylish decor, high quality shows, excellent Latin music and brilliant performances of romantic and lively songs which delight the audience, mostly made-up of middle-aged people. It also offers a bar serving international drinks for the most demanding of tastes. Both walls and floors are carpeted. The ceiling is quite low, and the walls are adorned with contemporary decor. International bar.
Located within the Conquistador Ramada hotel, it offers a peculiar and enjoyable atmosphere. At weekends, there are also performances by different singers who will make your evening a memorable experience. The performances by Lico, Marita and Varely, together with the outstanding and cheerful music by the mariachis guarantee you a pleasant evening. There is also an international bar. Comfortable and cozy, with carpeted walls. It is a small place, but looks larger thanks to the crafty mirror arrangement
Although it is a bit far from the hotel area and the lively atmosphere of the Zona Viva, this is a highly recommended place to visit. It offers live music by Guatemalan musicians reminiscent of the golden age of rock, as well as some theater performances for which it is recommended to inquire in advance. A rustic Spanish-style decor gives the place a very cozy atmosphere. It offers a high standard international bar and Spanish dishes such as mussels and "Cayos a la Madrilena."
Popular bar among teenagers and young people. Its decor is very Middle Eastern, providing a nice contrast with the modern music and service. It is very busy on weekends, and you can get all your favorite drinks from its international bar. Admission is restricted and trainers are not allowed.
Very popular among young people in Guatemala city, this spot boasts a high standard international bar and a hectic atmosphere and loud music that invites you to dance until dawn. It offers excellent service and decor, which will make your visit a unique experience for the senses. Totally contemporary in style, the neon lighting and the definition of the different areas give the place a modern and attractive touch. Kaluha offers you a crazy night out and the main concern here is having a fantastic time, no matter how. Although no formal clothing is required, trainers are not allowed.
One of the cultural meeting points in Guatemala city, this place is more of a cultural project than a meeting point. It organizes debates and exhibitions, as well as live music shows ranging from the most perverted trends of rock to classical and jazz music concerts. There are performances virtually every day, but the main shows take place on weekends. The bar serves national drinks and delicious chicken sandwiches. Sometimes an admission fee is charged, so it is recommended to inquire in advance. The decor is eclectic with posters evoking different cultural events from Guatemala and other countries.
Seating and drink choices are plentiful in this central bar, with a more extensive selection of beers than many spots in town and a good assortment of other drinks available by the glass or by the bottle. The abundance of seating, however, suddenly vanishes when a band strikes up. Once a week, a group of musicians led by one member of the Buena Vista Social Club performs the songs of this celebrated band, drawing crowds composed equally of tourists and locals. People fill the room, watch through the windows, and couples show off elaborate spins and shimmies in the narrow aisle left between tables. Waiters and waitresses manage to slip past all of this to keep everyone's drink full throughout the evening.
Perhaps Antigua's most elite dance club, La Casbah leaves nothing to be desired for location: it overlooks the ruins of a Baroque church as dancers enjoying popular hit songs fill the floor. The club often projects movies directly onto the church wall as an added point of interest for customers, and people walking up the street can see the "screen" from a few blocks away. Drinks can be expensive, and there is a cover charge some nights, but ladies' night on Tuesday and Salsa/Latin night on Wednesday (no cover) help keep the revelry affordable.
The friendly bar area occupying the long, narrow entranceway of Estudio 35 welcomes guests with smiles and 2-for-1 happy hour drinks running late into the night—Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday nights featuring live music as well from 8:30p. The dining room boasts an eclectic seating situation with an elevated wicker seating area, high bar stools, and larger tables perfect for big groups or family meals. Pay attention to the interpretive bathroom signage when you walk over after a few drinks!
Known for salsa and merengue music, La Sin Ventura is usually packed with dancers (of varying expertise) enjoying the live bands who often occupy the stage beside the entrance. Otherwise, various popular songs play over the sound system to keep hips shaking, and the center bar keeps serving drinks at fairly typical Antigua prices all night long. The crowd is surprisingly polite, considering the atmosphere of the place; its name, after all, translates to "the luckless". Care to try yours?