4 Bedroom, Pool, Jacuzzi, Luscious Garden, Basketball Court, With Volcano Views
The main house has 3 bedrooms, each with a shower and tub, in total, 1 king size bed, 3 queen size beds, 1 single bed. The Master Bedroom has a shower and a Jet Tub, a 55' led Smart Tv, and a sofa. The bungalow has its own shower and tub, 1 king size bed, 1 futon, mini bar, microwave, and 55' led smart Tv.
Pool / Spa
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Children will love the Pool!!!Children will love the Pool!!!
Max guests: 12
Minimum age of primary renter: 21
- Turn off any music out in the garden by 10 pm.
- Do not use any sofa in the house as a bed.
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About MIGUEL GONZALEZ
Mike Glad is a photographer, business owner, art collector, and producer who has spent over 35 years traveling to remote corners of the world to document the lives of indigenous peoples. His destinations have included Ethiopia, Guatemala, Pakistan, and Yemen, among others. As the son of a naval aviator, Mike grew up in various cities in the United States and Europe. He attended the Georgia Institute of Technology on a football scholarship and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering in 1968. In Atlanta, he wrote and photographed for several travel-related publications, including Travel Magazine and Delta Airlines’ Sky Magazine. An avid collector of art, Mike has amassed one of the most diverse animation art collections in the world. His animation art shows have been exhibited in many film and cultural centers and museums throughout the United States as well as in Europe, Australia, South America, and Asia. In 2000, Mike partnered with filmmaker Leslie Iwerks to finance and produce The Spirit of the Maya, about the modern Maya culture. In 2002, they embarked on Recycled Life about the thousands of people who have made their living in the Guatemala City Garbage Dump. The short documentary was nominated for an Oscar for Best Short Documentary in 2007. In 2008, Mike was the principal contributor to exhibitions in Frankfurt, Germany, Copenhagen, Denmark and Vancouver, British Columbia
MIGUEL GONZALEZ purchased this villa in 1994
Why MIGUEL GONZALEZ chose Antigua Guatemala
Guatemala has been for me and my family our second home. The people, climate, surroundings, and its culture has always fascinated us, and we want to share this with you now.
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