14 Street 3-08 Zona 10
Guatemala City, 01010
Phone: (502) 24 213333
Fax: (502) 23 635766
Located within the Westin Camino Real, Video Loteria Real is not a casino, as Guatemalan legislation does not allow it. It is organized in aid of the Loteria Del Nino (Children's Lottery). Minimum age required is 18. You can gamble on different machines and play poker and roulette. You can also get a drink from the hotel's international bar. Visitors are mostly Asian and Guatemalan tourists.
Located in one of the most modern shopping centers in the city, this cinema has six screens, showing the most recent drama, action, romantic drama and comedy with Dolby surround sound. In the shopping center there are restaurants, numerous shops, children's play areas and ample parking space. During the week there are four daily showings and six at weekends. Wednesday is half price day.
Two auditoriums which are considered among the best in Guatemala because of their high-quality image, sound and comfortable seating. Located in a small shopping center where all the stores have a drive-through service, it has four daily showings. Admission: 20-22 quetzals
COPEREX has for a long time been dedicated to creating venues for a variety of events including weddings, fairs, conferences, parties, exhibitions and more. Built in 1971, Parque de la Industria is a purpose built enclosed space that forms the ideal venue for trade fairs, conference, exhibitions and other events of national and international importance.
Campo Marte is a public sports facility and stadium. The multi-purpose complex provides access to football fields, open grounds and tennis courts. The park is a popular recreational area, with plenty of benches and places to sit and enjoy the open space, as well as a lovely children's playground. Kids will enjoy the park's facilities. With plenty of local events and festivals held on the ground, like sporting events and fairs; it's quite a lively location. Their facilities can even be booked for private events, parties and celebrations. For details, you can give them a call.
Originally constructed to host the 2000 FIFA Futsal World Championship, Domo is a multipurpose arena in Guatemala city. One of the major entertainment venues, it hosts not just sports games and events but international and major concerts as well. The arena is managed by Confederación Deportiva Autónoma de Guatemala - CDAG and is available for leasing for major events. An impressive structure, the Domo provides the perfect ambiance, and modern amenities to enjoy any major event. For details on what's on, visit the website.
La Erre, the splendid cultural space is associated with the RARE magazine. Although described as an art gallery, La Erre serves multiple functions catering to three dimensions - art, culture and design. Apart from regular exhibitions featuring contemporary art, La Erre also hosts various programs and activities such as performances, lectures, group discussions and lots more that bring together like-minded patrons, artists and art enthusiasts from all walks of life. As such, La Erre is quite the melting pot of art and culture in Guatemala City.
Magic Place is a six-screen cinema showing the latest releases, and putting on the occasional foreign film festival. Located in an accessible area, this cinema also has a cafeteria and a music and video shop. Tickets can be bought at the entrance to the center. Frequent visitors can get a card on which they can accumulate points each time they buy a ticket to see a film. There are four daily showings during the week and six on weekends. Entry is 20 quetzals, half price on Wednesdays, and parking costs three quetzals for the evening.
Estadio Nacional Mateo Flores was built as Estadio Olímpico in 1948 and opened its doors in 1950. It is named in honor of Mateo Flores. This versatile stadium is the largest in the nation. It is the turf of the Guatemalan national football team and the Liga Nacional. It is also used for major concerts.
Estadio Manuel Felipe Carrera, also known as Estadio Trebol, is a football stadium that boasts a seating capacity of over 5000 spectators. Home to Guatemala City's very own National League football club, namely the Club Social y Deportivo Municipal, the stadium is often employed for training activities and is also used as a venue for the club's home games. When filled to the brim, the crowd's lusty cheers can be heard all around, drowning out all other sounds.
This theater was named after the Literature Nobel Prize winner, Miguel Angel Asturias. Its construction started in 1951, and the building was finally completed in 1978. Nine years later it was declared part of the National Heritage. With an area of 88,927 square meters, the building is designed to look like a seated jaguar. It is the largest theater in Guatemala and regularly puts on popular music concerts, choral concerts, classical and modern ballets, as well as operas and zarzuelas (Spanish light operas). The facility includes a smaller theater for plays and conferences and a small open-air theater.
Campos Del Roosevelt is a sports complex in Zone 3. It is next door to the Hospital Roosevelt and Parque Roosevelt. It features five football fields with synthetic turfs and two sports fields. It regularly hosts local matches and is used by neighborhood soccer and football teams to practice.