Guatemala Hostels, Guatemala Hotels and Guatemala Camping

Guatemala’s hostels, hotels and campsites offer a range of lodging options, meeting the budgets and needs of most every traveler to the country.
Guatemala Luxury Hotels and Resorts
Most people do not think of luxury when they think of Guatemala. Resorts and luxury hotels, however, are clustered in a few spots in the country: in a handful of Guatemala City neighborhoods, in and around Antigua, around Tikal and lining the best fishing spots on the Pacific coast. Many of these places offer spectacular rooms, perks like jacuzzis and fitness centers, excellent food and professional, English-speaking staff. Rooms at Guatemala’s resorts and luxury hotels usually fall in the $125 – 350 price range.
Guatemala Budget Hotels and Guatemala Hostels
In most every town in Guatemala, hostels line at least one street. These budget hotels represent some of the best values in the country. Sure, the rooms can be a bit dingy, hot water can be sporadic or non-existent and you might have to shared a bathroom. However, some properties are better taken care-of, and you can expect to pay just $3-10 per person. Prices are somewhat higher in Guatemala City and Antigua. In many towns in Guatemala, budget hotels and hostels are the only option.
Guatemala Camping and Other Guatemala Accommodation Options
If you are looking to enjoy the outdoors while traveling in Guatemala, camping is a splendid option. There are a number of places to camp in Guatemala, especially in the national parks, and many small villages will allow you to camp as well. Many informal campsites will be free, while formal sites, which generally have bathroom facilities, will charge a few dollars. For a unique perspective on Guatemala, homestays can be arranged, usually through a Spanish school. Prices for room and full board range from $80-200 per month.

  • Casa La Paz
    This place looks plush and has plenty going for it. Set in lush gardens with a nice communal area at its centre, there are double and dormitory rooms in traditional-style bungalows. The vibe is chilled out and there is a Mayan sauna and massages available on site.
  • El Unicornio
    This was the first hotel built in San Marcos but it has held up extremely well and it is a great place to stay. Rooms are in A-frame huts that circle a lovely garden area. The shared showers and toilets that are tiled and perfectly clean. There is a kitchen for guest use and a sauna that can be
  • Vecchia Toscana "the Italian in Livingston"
    This hotel and restaurant right on the beachfront is run by a family of Italians - just taste the pasta or the coffee and you will know it's authentic. The hotel has comfortable rooms as well as bungalows set in the gardens, and a swimming pool. Breakfast is included. Although it is right by the b
  • Santa Clara Hotel

    For travelers with a mid-range budget, this is a good choice for keeping the spending within bounds while still enjoying some creature comforts like WiFi. The staff is friendly and courteous. Both the rooms and common areas are clean and comfortably furnished. For security, the h

  • Hotel Doña Alida
    No frills hotel located right on the water. Rooms are bright and roomy with private bathrooms (tiled, clean, no hot water) and spectacular views. No communal area or restaurant. It is not on the main strip of town, but just three minutes walking distance from the town's center. Leaving the docks, tu
  • Hotel Palacio Chico
    Small and intimate with only seven rooms, Hotel Palacio Chico is perfect for couples on a romantic getaway. Well situated for the markets in one of the quieter streets and just five blocks from Parque Central. Rooms have private bathroom, cable TV and WiFi. For those traveling without a lapto
  • Casa Madeleine Hotel & SPA
    Casa Madeleine is a distinctive boutique hotel with an exclusive spa offering an intimate experience for the guest. Nestled in the historical district of the beautiful colonial city of La Antigua, Guatemala, Casa Madeleine offers a magical retreat for those coming to discover the wonders of the Span
  • Mesón Panza Verde
    Meson Panza Verde was established in 1986 as one of the first European-style bed and breakfasts in Antigua, Guatemala. The inn is located at the quiet end of famous Fifth Avenue and is just a five minute walk from Antigua's main Plaza and Cathedral. Meson Panza Verde is down a cobble stone street, p
  • Hotel Posada de Don Quijote
    The Posada Don Quijote, only three blocks from the bars scene near El Arco and two blocks from the market, is a good budget option for those who don't mind the lackluster décor and less-than-gleaming bathrooms. It also has free Internet and WiFi, cable TV and a fridge in every room, warm-ish water
  • Hotel San Pedro

    If you are ready to step up from the budget category and gain greater privacy and more amenities, this small, clean hotel is a good choice. Private baths and 24-hour hot water are standard in rooms. There is a kitchenette with all the basics where you can make your own morning cu

  • Hotel Posada La Merced

    This friendly place has rooms around leafy patio areas and a rooftop terrace with great volcano and town views. There is a little shop in the entrance and the English-speaking staff can help with tourist information. Morning coffee and bread is included in the price, and you can

  • Posada Don Diego
    This inn is ideally-located for those who would rather not be on top of all the bars, but still want to be within easy walking distance of the major attractions. There is an inexpensive café with a good selection of breakfasts, pancakes, bagels and salads. This guesthouse has only five rooms,
  • Bruno's Hotel and Marina
    This pleasant place is more of a marina than a backpackers and it is a great spot to get fantastic facilities at a budget price. A cheap spot in a six-bed dorm gets you access to the large riverside pool and sun loungers, good hot showers and a great bar and restaurant. Owners Steve and Maria are ul
  • Hotel Plaza Mayor Antigua

    If you are looking for a place within stumbling distance of the major bars and restaurants, as well as the main tourist street with its landmark arch, then the Hotel Plaza Mayor Antigua may be the place for you. It's a small, clean, no-frills hotel with single, double and triple

  • Hotel Casa Santiago

    Located on a quiet street, Hotel Casa Santiago has a huge, lovely garden with a manicured lawn and fruit trees. There is also a great volcano view from the rooftop terrace. This is a small hotel with individual, double and five-person rooms, each with private bathrooms and cable

  • Hotel La Sin Ventura

    Night owls need look no further than the Hotel La Sin Ventura, less than one block south of Parque Central. The hotel has a little street-side café, an upstairs movie theater, and a popular bar, where you can listen to reggaeton or salsa the night away. Next door is the Mono Loc

  • Posada Don Valentino
    A beautiful budget hotel, only 2 blocks from the central park. Close to all important sites, but far enough away to be a quiet and peaceful location. It offers 18 beautifully decorated rooms, all with private bath & cable TV. The room options range from singles to quads and there are also 3 suite
  • Casa Tete
    Half a block from Parque Bolivar, this Casa Tete is a good place to meet fellow travelers. Rooms are basic but are equipped with cable TV and bathroom. There is a large guest kitchen, sunny patio, WiFi, parking and laundry service with one free load per week. If you're planning to park here for awhi
  • Finca Ixobel

    Finca Ixobel is an ecologically-friendly hotel and campground surrounded by mountains, pine forest and jungle. It's a perfect place to relax and enjoy the peacefulness of the surrounding environment.

    The farm of 162 hectares was bought in 1971 by an American

  • Hostal Los Amigos

    Very popular among budget travelers, Hostal Los Amigos offers cheap lodging in a great atmosphere. You have the choice between sleeping in a hammock, a basic dorm, a luxury dorm with bathroom, or a private room with shared bathroom. The hostel fills quickly and it doesn't take re

  • Hostal Hermano Pedro
    Set in a two level wood and stone house just off the main road, this charming hostel offers comfortable wooden bedrooms with high ceilings, hot-water bathrooms and fans. Rates include breakfast. The upstairs patio has hammocks and swinging chairs to relax after a long day. There is also a restauran
  • La Tatuana
    This is a cozy hotel, two and a half blocks from the main plaza. It has a small inner patio and a terrace. The rooms are clean and comfortable and the staff is very helpful and kind. It does not offer many amenities because of its small size. However, but you will find everything you need and
  • Hostal 5

    The small Hostal 5 is a clean, cozy and friendly choice. There are rooms for two and dorms for four or six, each with its own bathroom. You can watch cable TV on a big screen in the communal sitting area or kick back and enjoy the volcano views from the little terrace. There is a

  • Casa Santa Lucía No. 2
    This hotel is conveniently located on Calzada Santa Lucía, not far from the Bus Terminal. This is a nice place to stay if you are looking for basic, clean accommodation or if you are on your way to somewhere else and staying long in Antigua is not in your plans. This no-frills hotel offers ample ro
  • Casa Duranta
    Iron-cast antiques and high ceilings give an aristocratic air to this refined hotel. The hotel is built to cater to the needs of luxury travelers in search for style and comfort. All the rooms look out into the garden where vines weave around the walkways and hummingbirds roam freely. Sparkling clea
  • Hotel Los Faroles

    This modern 4-story hotel is gleaming with a fresh and contemporary look. Strikingly different from other hotels in town, it stands out with its clear-cut design and affordable prices. Its clean and well-kept rooms are moderately-sized, equipped with TVs and private bathrooms. In

  • La Casa del Huseped
    The friendly owner ensures this place is a 'family' hostel, and the pleasant central patio, with plenty of garden chairs, helps develop that kind of community feel. There are seven twin rooms, and the owners offer free tea and coffee, the use of a kitchen and good security.
  • The Black Cat
    Only one block from Parque Central, the Black Cat Inn would please travelers looking for some comfort without spending too much. With a beautiful garden and a large terrace, it's the perfect place to relax and drink a beer while watching the sunset. The hotel has 8 large and nicely decorated private
  • Jungle Party
    . This is a great place with a friendly owner and lots of travel information on the blackboard in the buzzing communal area. Rooms are dorm only, varying in numbers of beds, but they are clean, as are the shared bathrooms. The communal area, which is also a bar and restaurant, has a great vibe and m
  • Hotel la Casa de Don Ismael
    La Casa de Don Ismael offers comfortable lodging in a family-style setting, and is a great option for those traveling on a more conservative budget. The house is located on a side street half a block away from Calzada de Santa Lucia, the main street on the western side of town. It is a locally owned
  • El Palacio de Doña Beatriz
    El Palacio de Doña Beatriz, a sophisticated, high style, luxury hotel, is located in Antigua's best residential area just four blocks from the Art Gallery, Jade Museum, finest Restaurants, typical shops and furniture in town, but away from the commotion of the town centre This Boutique hotel "El P
  • Villas El Adelantado
    Doble rooms, private bath, living and dinning room, kitchen, laundry, terrace and parking Internet available Pool with jacuzzi Restaurant
  • Casa del Conquistador Hotel Spa

    Small and pricey, this hotel has amenities that few places in Antigua can match. The Casa del Conquistador offers a full range of spa treatment packages, including the use of a pool, jacuzzi and sauna. Each room is individually decorated in traditional Guatemalan style, with loca

  • Posada Del Angel

    This exclusive boutique hotel exudes elegance and luxury, and is perfect for honeymooners or those on a romantic getaway. Each chic suite has its own exquisite, individual character and has wood-burning fireplaces, cable TV and large bathrooms. A semi-outdoor living room overlook

  • Hotel Shalom
    There are actually two Shaloms in town. Shalom One, in the center of town, is the older sister of Shalom Two, just out of town on the road south. The older hotel has two levels' worth of spacious rooms with private bathr
  • Hotel Villa Nebaj
    Impressive or garish - depending where you stand - with a folk-artsy exterior and entrance hall, Hotel Villa Nebaj is a step up from the other hotels in town. The rooms are painted bright yellow, with nice tiled floors and locally made quilts on the comfortable beds. The best rooms are upstairs and
  • Hotel Cafe Maya Ixil
    The Maya Ixil is a long-standing Nebaj hotel and restaurant with plans for some major improvements, including a roof garden, Internet café and bar. For now, it provides a somewhat dull place to eat but offers good budget rooms in the center of town, all with big beds, private bathroom, hot water an
  • Mayan Inn
    This comfortable and civilized hotel off the southwest corner of the square boasts well-appointed rooms, some with bathtubs, all with large beds, TV and impressive collectors' items such as paintings, chests, mirrors and benches. Some may find it a little old-fashioned, but there is a pleasant gard
  • Hotel Chalet
    This lovely, bright hotel on a quiet road northeast of the plaza is decorated with local fabrics and typical clothes. All rooms have private bathrooms, lots of daylight and warm, colorful blankets. There is a common breakfast area where coffee and books are available, as well as a tidy rooftop terr
  • Hotel Santo Tomás
    Santo Tomás is as good as it gets in Chichicastenango: located in an attractive white building centered around two delightful courtyards—complete with bilingual parrots. There is even a heated swimming pool. All the rooms have a fireplace, a big bathroom with bathtub, and solid wooden furnitur
  • Hotel del Centro Naab'a'
    Naab'a' is a small, simple three-level hotel next to Taco Express. There's not much to see from the outside, but walk through the alley under the sign to see the three pink levels. The rooms are simple but have big beds and clean bathrooms. Despite being just off the road, the hotel is quiet. With c
  • Hotel Turansa
    Sufficient, if perhaps a little uninspiring, Turansa has 16 rooms set around a parking lot courtyard with pine furniture, each equipped with private bathrooms, hot water and cable TV. The lower level rooms lack any sunlight so opt for one on the upper level. You can pay extra for a double bed and th
  • Hotel Acuario
    Not even one block from the square, this is a well-placed hotel if you want to be close to the action. It is found on the second floor overlooking 5a Calle and a stone's throw from Rock Café. Being so close to the square (and the a church's belltower), as well as a busy road, this place might be
  • Casa Elena
    . This three-storey teracotta coloured building must be the best value in town. Plenty of clean and tidy rooms in hotel style run on two sides of a concrete and plant-filled yard that leads out to a lake view. Many of the rooms overlook the water and the shared showers and toilets are tiled and spar
  • Hotel Las Vegas
    The Las Vegas, formerly the Hotel Maya Quiché, has something of an out of town motel feel and the courtyard would have been better with some greenery instead of being a car park. But the rooms are big, with hot-water showers and cable T.V. The road-side rooms tend to be a little noisy. Parki
  • Hotel San Pascual
    This verdant family-run hotel doesn't look much from the outside, indeed it's a little hard to find the entrance, but it is a good money saver especially if you opt for a shared bathroom. There is a garden courtyard, rooms have hot water and cable T.V. and there is a large car park a block away incl
  • Medio Luna Medio Sol
    Media Luna is Nebaj's only hostel-style accommodation, offering mainly dorms and a couple of private rooms. This place would appeal more to backpackers looking for a comfy (and cheap) night's sleep, or perhaps a budget family with children. A fun and relaxed place with a ping pong table and loung
  • Hotel Santa Maria
    Hotel Santa Maria is the newest (and probably best) place in town. The rooms and bathrooms are spacious, and the beds are big. All the furniture is locally made and the bedspreads have patches of recycled huipils. The bright white sheets are fresh and changed every day, but if you think this is not
  • Hotel Chuguila
    Hotel Chuguila has been on the accommodation lists of Chichi for quite a while. But recently, a new complex has been built on the upper level of the building, with a shopping center, an Internet café (free for guests) and a fair trade gift shop. The 15 hotel rooms have charming patterned floor til
  • Hotel y Restaurante Tutto's
    At the quiet southern end of town, this family-orientated hotel is bright, open and welcoming. All rooms have cable TV and 24-hour hot water. There is a dorm room available, accommodating six to eight people which, although it has a shared bathroom, has its own private lounge area and is wheelchair
  • Todos Santos Inn
    Santa Cruz del Quiché is only about 30 minutes from Chichicastenango, making it possible to do as a day trip. However, if you decide to stay the night there are a few accommodation options, none of them spectacu
  • Hotel Mary
    Hotel Mary, a step up from the Todos Santos Inn, can be found just east of the main square, opposite the Post Office. It is a clean, safe place to stay, but without any fancy extras. The staff is efficient and accommodating and the interior is plain but bright. The beds are big and comfortable and t
  • Hotel Vasquez
    Hotel Vasquez is as colorful on the inside as it is on the outside; the pink exterior goes with the turquoise room walls and the '70s-style patterned bed covers, all working to give the place a happy vibe. There are no double beds—only twins—but all are neat and clean and have private bat
  • Hotel San Luis de la Sierra
    The San Luis is a modern hotel with a smart dining room serving breakfast and dinner, a large secure parking lot round the back and well-furnished rooms. Some rooms have views toward the mountain and others can be a little small, so ask to see a few. All are carpeted and well-lit, with cable TV and
  • Hotel el Meson de Maria

    An elegant and beautiful hotel right in the tourist core of Antigua, the Hotel el Meson de Maria is a solid choice. The rooms are comfortable and tastefully decorated, ranging from standard, superior and deluxe to luxury suites with jacuzzi, fireplace and private patio. There is

  • Hotel Posada San Pedro

    The main branch of the Hotel Posada San Pedro is a small, quiet inn located three blocks from Antigua's central plaza. The other branch is on the 3a. Avenida Sur on the other side of the park. The large rooms are on two floors and have a desk and private bathroom. It overlooks a

  • Los Chocoyos Centro Cultural, Casa Siguan
    Two blocks from Parque Central, Casa Siguan is inside the Chocoyos Centro Cultural. They have six private rooms, tastefully decorated, with bathroom and cable TV. The large and sunny patio is the perfect place to relax, surf the net on your computer-thanks to the WiFi-or have a beer. Guests have ful
  • Hotel Andina
    Only five minutes' walk from Parque Central, this is a good place for people traveling on a budget and looking for basic but clean accommodation. The hotel offers small rooms with a lack of furniture but with bathroom. They have a restaurant with local food open every day, and free parking. There is
  • Hospedaje El Salvador
    The Salvador is a large and very economic hotel five minutes' walk south from the marketplace. The hotel looks a little worse for wear, and the rooms are meager. However, there's lots of space, and if you're on a tight budget you can save even more money by opting for a shared bathroom. All rooms ha
  • Hotel Posada Belen
    The Belen's 18 rooms are split evenly between those with private bathrooms and those without, but all are reached by steep and narrow staircases. The outside door is locked at 9pm and the place feels more secure this way, especially being down a quiet street away from the main square. But the hotel
  • Hotel Posada El Teléfono
    El Teléfono is little more modest than its neighbor Mashito, but there are few extras here: Guests can use the pila to wash clothes and there is also a small shop that sells coffee, sodas, beer and snacks. The upper rooms are reached by steep stairs. One of double room with general bathroom has a T
  • Hospedaje Girón
  • Casa Real del Viajero

    Casa Real del Viajero is a 10-minute walk from Parque Central, and has 17 private rooms for up to four guests each. It's a hotel for families or travelers looking for somewhere quiet. Ask for a room with an exterior window because the others have little light. Simply decorated, e

  • Hotel Modelo

    Only a block from the theater, Hotel Modelo has been around since 1912 and is set in a beautiful old colonial house. The rooms are clean and large with colonial furniture. There is a nice flower court in the back for sunny days. Rates include breakfast à la carte, parking and

  • Hotel Villa Ancestral
    Elegant and tastefully designed, this colonial hotel provides guests with a classy abode to rest in. With a medieval-style interior, the hotel's charming garden and restaurant turn its sophistication level up a notch. Rooms are small and pleasant, equipped with a fan and cable TV. Ask for the rooms
  • Hotel Sak Luk
    A nice creative place with an awesome view over the lake. The hotel is located 200 meters north of the main beach in El Remate. You can recognize the place by a little colored house in the form of a Mayan face right next to the road. The hostel has camping, hammocks and private rooms with or withou
  • Villa de Don Andrés

    Just minutes away from Parque Central, this small B&B is the perfect place for travelers looking for luxury accommodations at an affordable price. Its charm, elegance and comfort will make your stay enjoyable. There are four spacious rooms which can accommodate up to six guests e

  • B&B Miguel de Cervantes
    On 12 Avenida, only two blocks south of Parque Central, this Guatemalan-owned B&B is small and cozy. They have eight basic private rooms with shared bathrooms and a fully-equipped kitchen. Rates include a continental breakfast and internet access. There is a discount per week and per month. Painting
  • Casa Familiar
    Casa Familiar is much more than just a place to rest your head for the night, with a co-operative weaving center, a restaurant, a hotel and a private house for rent. In the middle of renovations, the hotel part of the house will eventually have 12 rooms split between: budget rooms, with shared bath
  • Casa San Bartolomé
    One block from Parque Bolivar, located in a colonial house, this charming B&B will please travelers looking for peace and quiet. San Bartolomé's six rooms are small but tastefully decorated with Maya fabrics, pieces of contemporary art and carved wood furniture. A visit to the terrace, filled with
  • La Lancha Resort
    Farther west along the lakeshore in the village of Jobompiche is the latest addition to filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola's hotel dynasty in the Maya world. La Lancha Resort is a deluxe jungle resort overlooking the beautiful and unspoiled Lake Peten Itza. The Main Lodge with its soaring thatch roof
  • Casa Amelia

    With a waterfront location, this three-level hostel is beautifully decorated in green and white. Every one of the 12 private rooms has a bathroom, TV and air conditioner. Ask for the room on the roof terrace or one of the rooms with an amazing view of the lake. The hostel serves

  • Casazul

    Casazul, meaning Blue House in English, has been painted and decorated in blue. Set in a colonial house, this nine-room hotel will please travelers looking for luxury accommodation at an affordable price. All the rooms have bathrooms, mini-bars, air conditioners and WiFi access.

  • Hotel Petén

    Hotel Petén is a modest brick and stucco building, with 20 nicely decorated rooms, all of which have bathrooms, air conditioners and WiFi access. Ask for a room on the top floors with private balcony and a view of the lake. The rooms without views don't have much light. There is

  • La Mesa de Los Mayas

    Decorated with flowers and large corridors, La Mesa de Los Mayas has been around for years. Rooms are small but have ample light. They all have bathrooms, large closets and cable TV. You can choose a room with a fan or with an air conditioner. Each floor has a balcony with a view

  • Hotelito Todos Santos
    Along the narrow alley up above the main street, just past the Hotel Mam, you'll find the inviting Hotelito Todos Santos . The single, double and triple rooms are comfortable and extra blankets are available upon request, while the private bathrooms have hot water and towels. There is a cozy commun
  • Casa Luna
    Popular with budget travelers seeking comfort and a homey environment, Casa Luna offers rustic, clean rooms and a grassy patio lined with hammocks. Located two blocks away from Parque Central, it is a short climb away from restaurants and travel agencies. None of the rooms have private bathrooms, bu
  • Posada de Don Pedro

    This hostel is not the best deal in town, but the family who runs it is welcoming and enjoys interacting with guests. Those who prefer a local experience to hanging out with other travelers will appreciate this hostel. The hostel's entrance is not conspicuous as you have to pass

  • Hostal de Doña Victoria
    With some of the most tastefully ornamented rooms in town, this artsy hostel is a haven for the spiritual ones. This characteristic hostel is definitely worth your buck. Transformed from an old convent, the air smells of history. Its garden is a modern-day Eden, where a well and crawling vines crea
  • Hotel Oxibpeck

    Entering this pet-friendly hotel, you are greeted by a dozen mischievous parrots. They definitely make your stay an interesting one, but unless you are a genuine bird-lover, you might not appreciate parrots chirping right outside your bedroom day and night. Rooms are standard, al

  • Hotel Rabin Ajau

    Within 5 minutes' walk from Templo de Calvario, the hotel building is prominent and pleasant on the outside, though its entrance is rather obscure. Rooms are bright and airy, and equipped with private baths and cable TV. With only double and triple rooms, the hotel is a better va

  • Hostal La Paz

    Basic but spotless, this hostel offers excellent value for the budget-conscious backpacker. Situated 1.5 blocks from the city center, it is just a hop away from most attractions and activities in town. Despite its old interior, the rooms are airy and bright, and the warm and frie

  • Villa Benjamin

    Villa Benjamin is the only proper restaurant and hotel in San Andres. Built with old stones, this beautiful three-level hotel features a panoramic view of the lake and direct access to the water. It will please travelers looking for a romantic getaway from touristy places. The th

  • Casa D'Acuña

    With inexpensive rooms and an attractive setting, Casa D'Acuña is highly recommended for its great value and reliable reputation. An exotic orchid garden welcomes you as you thread the alluring walkway into the hostel. The colonial architecture combined with the wooden furnishin

  • Hospedaje La Paz
    Hospedaje La Paz is very much at the austere end of the accommodation spectrum. The beds are in very basic dorm-style rooms (though, except when it is unusually busy, you will not need to share) and all with shared bathroom. There is hot-water but you'll need to bring your own blankets for the chi
  • Hostal Casablanca

    No other hostel has a better location than the Casablanca, which is situated right in the heart of the city. Despite its proximity to the city's hustle and bustle, the hostel is surprisingly tranquil and calm. Spotless and orderly, the hostel is kept in good shape. The welcoming

  • Hotel Minerva

    This cheapie is a decent choice for those on a strict budget. With prices for double rooms (private bathroom) as low as $7, this hostel is the cheapest in the area. Just 15 minutes' walk from the city center, it is close to eateries and internet cafés. Rooms are small and dark,

  • Hotel Villa Del Lago

    Don't judge the Hotel Villa Del Lago on its slightly unattractive exterior. The interior is nicely tiled and adorned with flowers and Greek columns, and there are 21 comfortable rooms spread over three levels, each with good furniture, bathrooms, air conditioners, cable TV and Wi

  • Gringo Perdido Ecological Inn
    Set right on the lakeshore within the boundaries of Biotopo Cerro Cahui, Gringo Perdido is one of the oldest jungle lodges in Guatemala. Splurge for a night in this offbeat paradise. The hotel offers a camping area, simple dorms and private bungalows with private bathrooms. All rooms have mosquito
  • Posada Del Cerro
    At the entrance of Biotopo Cerro Cahui, this wonderful little retreat is right in front of the lake. It will please travelers looking for luxury and tranquility. Wake up to the sound of the hurling monkeys and enjoy the striking views of the lake. They offer elegant and comfortable rooms in an adve
  • La Casa de Don David
    At the junction with the road going to Tikal, La Casa de Don David will please travelers looking for comfort at an affordable price. They offer fifteen private rooms all with bathrooms. Most have air-conditioning and verandas with a view of the lake. Rates include a meal a day (breakfast, lunch or
  • Hotel La Gardenias
    On the main road to Tikal, Hotel Las Gardenias offers nine large and comfortable private rooms with bathrooms. Some have air-conditioning, others only fans. Rates include Wi-Fi if you have your computer or a one hour free session on the hotel's computer. They have a restaurant open 6 a.m. - 9 p.m.
  • Jungle Lodge
    The only lodge with standards and facilities that fit the price, Jungle Lodge makes an excellent choice for travelers seeking comfort and proximity to nature and the ruins. This lodge is luxuriously fitted with a gorgeous swimming pool, a restaurant/bar and self-contained bungalows distributed in th
  • Nebaj Accommodation Summary
    There are a number of accommodation choices in Nebaj, and most are not too far from the main square. As a general rule, hotels in this region do not include breakfast in the price of the room nor do they have restaurant facilities on site. However, they do usually have hot water and are clean and f
  • Casa Blancas
    The Casa Blancas villa is a stunning blend of colonial history and modern luxury just two blocks from Parque Central Antigua. The three-bedroom house provides for a uniquely elegant and private stay, which if you have the cash (full villa between $2865 and $4835 per week), is well worth the outlay.
  • La Mansion del Pajaro Serpiente
    Perched on a hillside overlooking the lake and connected with stone paths, the rooms are in modern stone cabins with thatched roofs. Rooms are large with great views of the lake and have private bathrooms. Some have air-conditioning, others only fans. The grounds of the hotel are beautiful, with a
  • Earth Lodge

    If you want to get out of town for a night or two, you don't have to travel far. Earth Lodge is perched on a hillside with spectacular views of Antigua and surrounding villages and volcanoes. Dreamed up by a Canadian/American couple, this eco-lodge sprouted up on the grounds of a

  • Camino Real Tikal
    Inside Biotopo Cerro Cahui, Camino Real Tikal is a 72 luxury room complex with all the comfort you would expect from an international resort chain. Set on a hill, the rooms are spacious and feature contemporary and tasteful decor, as well as a range of modern amenities. Every room has a private bal
  • Hotel Tikal Inn
    An old-fashioned vintage lodge located beside the Jaguar Inn, this hotel can be good value for families despite the high prices. There are two double beds in every room, so a family of four can easily split the cost of the room. A large swimming pool sits in the center of the establishment, surround
  • Accommodation Summary
    Todos Santos is not the place to come for a luxury break (although it is the place to get away from it all) and correspondingly you will not find any five-star accommodation. You do, however, have some choice among the five or so hotels here. Depending on your tastes and/or budget, you can go for e
  • Hostal 7 Orejas
    A five-minute walk from the Parque El Calvario, this beautiful six-room hotel provides a charming alternative for travelers looking to go back in time. Each room has comfortable wooden beds, bathroom and cable TV. The common lounge and kitchen are decorated in a 1950's style. Rates include continent
  • Hostel Via del Lago
    . A popular second choice to Casa Elena is this blue coloured place set back from the lake but still with good views. There is no real communal area and the large rooms are a little tired and quite dimly lit but the staff are friendly.
  • Hotel Maritza
    . This is a nice place to stay. Nine rooms, colourfully painted from the outside, are lined up along two sides of a lush green garden that has stunning views out over the lake. The down side is the rooms and showers are slightly rustic, with ill-fitting doors and concrete floors, but the staff will
  • Hotel Los Olivos

    Across the street from The Black Cat Hostel, Los Olivos offers large rooms with bathrooms and cable TV. The rooms accommodate up to five guests, are sparsely decorated and furnished, but clean. Open every day 7 a.m. - 9 p.m., the restaurant serves Guatemalan breakfast ($1.50-5),

  • Posada Santander

    Family run, this small and clean hotel is a good budget option in Santa Elena. Some rooms have bathrooms, but only with cold water. Another problem is the location: it can get a bit loud during the day. The restaurant next door serves good cheap meals for $2.

  • Hotel Bahia Taitza

    Along the lakeshore you'll find the splendid hotel Bahia Taitza ($45-80). Its eight beautifully decorated rooms have bathrooms, tile floors and balconies with direct views of the lake. Rates include transportation to and from the airport, Internet and a full breakfast. There is a

  • Ni'tun ecolodge

    Located three kilometers east of San Andres, the rustic Ni'tun Eco lodge ($100-235) is a luxurious option. Set on the lakeshore with comfortable cabins made of stone, sticks and mortar, it's a beautiful place to come and relax. All cabins have bathrooms and the rate includes brea

  • Vilaflor
    This new hotel boutique stands in perfect harmony with its natural surroundings. A place that combines the elegance and the colonial architecture style that matches perfectly with the loveliest spanish colonial town in the world, â??Antigua Guatemalaâ?, located 5 km from the hotel. Each gu
  • Hotel Vilaflor
    This new hotel boutique stands in perfect harmony with its natural surroundings. A place that combines the elegance and the colonial architecture style that matches perfectly with the loveliest spanish colonial town in the world, â??Antigua Guatemalaâ?, located 5 km from the hotel. This be
  • Hotel Sac-Nicte

    This small hotel has very clean rooms with bathrooms and fans, all for a budget price. Ask for a room upstairs with a balcony where you can have a view of the lake. The hotel has a desk at the airport and free shuttle service.

  • Hotel Continental

    The 51-room Continental, with its friendly staff, has a range of rooms on three levels. Some have bathrooms, but only with cold water, and all have fans. Rooms are basic but clean.

  • Casa Elena
    Just a block from the causeway to Flores, Casa Elena will appeal most to travelers looking for a business-style hotel. Rooms are small, but cozy, with private bathrooms and cable TV. Some have a view of the lovely interior courtyard, the plaza or the swimming pool-kids will love the waterslide. Casa
  • Hotel Petenchel

    Cheap and without frills, this eight-room hotel will please travelers on a small budget looking for a private room. The rooms are spacious but lack lake views and have no furniture other than the bed. The hotel's small restaurant has a view of the lake, and offers snacks and hamb

  • Posada de la Jungla

    With 20 rooms, this three-level hotel offers comfortable private rooms with TV and bathrooms. Some have an air conditioner, others only a fan. Most of the rooms have a view of the lake and the roof terrace is a good place to catch the breeze.

  • Mikaso
    (502)5973 3129 www.mikasohotel.com 4th calle A-88 Zona 2 $30 per person $60 suite
  • Jaguar Inn Hotel
    Jaguar Inn is one of the best options for travelers on a budget. The rooms are tastefully decorated with Guatemalan art and textiles, and are set around a lovely garden courtyard. All rooms have bathrooms, cable TV, WiFi access and fans, but for $6 more you can have an air conditioner. There is a sm
  • Hotel Casablanca

    On the Playa Sur at the entry to Flores, Hotel Casablanca offers simple but spacious rooms and a terrace with a view of the lake. All rooms have bathrooms, some have views of the lake.

  • Mirador Del Lago

    This friendly, family-run hotel has 29 comfortable rooms with bathrooms, TV, views of the lake and private balconies. From 6:45 the Mirador offers tasty breakfasts for a cheap price ($2.50-4). The owner will help you organize your trip. There are computers with Internet connectio

  • Hotel Mashito
    Despite having been painted entirely fluorescent green, this hotel is still easy to miss, tucked away on a quiet street near the cemetery. All the rooms use local fabrics, some have a TV, and there is a central garden to enjoy. Unfortunately, only the rooms with outside windows are those with a shar
  • Hotel Gobernador
    Hotel Gobernador is about a five-minute walk from the central plaza in Huehuetenango. Its rooms are large and clean, if a little worn. Some are older and damper than others. Since all rooms are accessed through the lobby, they are quite safe; the staff is friendly and the steaming hot showers
  • Hotel Mirador del lago
    This is a good value hotel made up of two facing buildings just north of the main street in town. Rooms are simple but clean and come with fans and some with lake views. All have access to several outdoor communal areas with seats and sun loungers and nice views out over the lake. Popular with trav
  • Hotel Isla de Flores
    One of the most comfortable and expensive hotel in Flores, Hotel Isla de Flores is decorated with white wicker furniture and flowers everywhere. The décor is a mix of modern and colonial elements. Rooms are big and sunny, most have small balconies with views of the lake. Ask for a room on the high
  • Hotel La Casona de la Isla

    Nicely decorated in blue and yellow with a nautical theme, the tile work on the lobby and stairs is beautifully done. Rooms are large, all with bathrooms, air conditioners, cable TV and WiFi access. Ask for a room with view of the lake. There is an outdoor swimming pool and Jacuz

  • Ni Tun
    Great little boutique hotel with amazing service and settings. This is comparable to Copolla's all too famous hotel La Lancha but much better in all services
  • Hotel Santana

    At the corner of Playa Sur and Calle 30 de Junio, this big blue 35-room hotel can't be missed. Hotel Santana will please travelers looking for a lake view room at an affordable price. Rooms are spacious and the back rooms have a private balcony with a view of the lake. Ask for a

  • Hospedaje Dona Goya II

    Next door to the Dona Goya, Dona Goya II offers 15 private rooms with bathrooms and TV. Some have an air conditioner, others only a fan. Ask for a room with a view of the lake. Rooms are small and simply decorated but clean. The roof terrace is a plus. Breakfast is served next do

  • Hotelito El Amancer Sak'cari
    (502)7721 8096 www.hotelsakcari.com $15 single private bath $25 double

  • Grand Hotel de la Isla

    Located on the south side of the island, Grand Hotel de Flores will please travelers looking for a large, international style hotel. Everything here is big. Rooms are nicely presented and most of them have private balconies with a view of the lake. There are two swimming pools, a

  • Jarachik
    Restaurant Bar & Hostel Jarachik Happy Hours: 4-6 p.m. and after 9 p.m. Restaurant Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 10 .pm.
  • Casa Santo Domingo
    This former monastery will charm you with its dreamy gardens, open archways and immaculate grounds. Parrots perch happily in the trees, and several on-site museums showcase Guatemalan art and history. Each of its 128 rooms come with private bath, flat screen TV and mini-bar. Most have a chimney to k
  • Hotel del Patio
    A short walk from the lake, Hotel del Patio's neo-colonial building has 21 simple, but modern, comfortable rooms with bathrooms and air conditioning. Ask for a room on the second floor where you can admire the courtyard. There is a pool and small gym. The international restaurant is open every day
  • High Conquistador
    El Conquistador Hotel is one of the most traditional hotels in the city. The décor pays homage to some of the great conquerors of America including Pedro de Alvarado and Hernan Cortes. It has 150 rooms, junior suites and apartments with air conditioning and a private bathroom with hot water. Facil
  • The Plaza Hotel
    The Plaza Hotel is a popular one. Located close to several of Zone 9's shopping spots it boasts over 60 rooms, internet access, a laundry service and a large pool. There is also ample parking for guests and a taxi rank right in front of the main entrance. The ‘La Pergola' is a nice place for a
  • Hotel Villa Española
    The colonial style Hotel Villa Española is a good choice in terms of price and quality. It is quite a large hotel with over 60 rooms and suites. Each of the spacious rooms has a private bathroom with hot water, cable TV, telephone and storage space. The hotel also has its own restaurant called â
  • Hotel Carillon
    The Hotel Carrillon is a small but comfortable hotel situated in the heart of Zone 9. It only has fifteen rooms so it's best to contact them and check availability in advance. All of the rooms have a private bathroom with hot water and breakfast is included in the rate. Rooms can also be rented for
  • Hotel Mon Ami
    Close to Biotopo Cerro Cahui, Hotel Mon Ami offers a six-bed dorm and private rooms in rustic bungalows set in a jungle environment. All private rooms have bathrooms and fans. Rates include Wi-Fi access. The garden is full of local plants and the hotel has a dock on the lake to go swimming. The fr
  • Hotel Sun Breeze
    Close to the lake shore and walking distance from several descent restaurants, this pleasant little hotel has clean rooms with mosquito nets and fans. Some have private cold-water bathrooms. The helpful staff can do your laundry or organize guide tours to Yaxha or Tikal.
  • Hotel Santander Plaza
    Santander Plaza Hotel is an excellent choice for both tourists and those visiting Guatemala City on business. Situated in the heart of Zona Viva, this reasonably priced hotel is also conveniently close to the airport. The rooms are spacious and comfortable and the suites offer panoramic views of th
  • La Casa Grande
    Hotel La Casa Grande is a beautiful French style mansion, located just a few steps from the United States Embassy. Situated on Avenida Reforma this affordable hotel is surrounded by bronze statues and monuments and is a great place from which to explore all that Zone 10 has to offer. The atmosphere
  • Posada De Los Proceres
    Hotel Posada de los Proceres is a convenient and economical option. Located right beside the Proceres Mall it's a great option for those interested in doing some shopping during their stay. The hotel is also within walking distance of Zona Viva's vibrant nightlife scene. All of the welcoming rooms
  • Residencia Del Sol
    Residencia del Sol is a great option for those interested in luxury and convenience while staying in Guatemala City. The comfortable rooms have private bathrooms with hot water, cable TV, Wi-Fi internet access and afford guests a great view of the surrounding city landscape. The rate includes a tas
  • Royal Palace Hotel
    The Royal Palace Hotel is one of the few luxury hotels in the Centro Histórico and has over 75 rooms. The accommodation is welcoming and the hotel has become a favorite for conventions, conferences and special events. There is ample parking, several spacious meeting rooms, a business centre with
  • Hostal De Don Pedro
    This hotel, housed in a renovated colonial house, is full of old world charm and is considered a part of the city's cultural heritage. Its central location allows guests to get to nearby attractions such as the Central Mercado, the Catedral Metropolitana and the National Palace of Culture with ease
  • Pan American Hotel
    The Pan American Hotel is one of the few hotels that has remained a fixture in the historic Centre since Zone 1's golden years. The onsite restaurant ‘El Salon Real' enjoys a good reputation and is popular with both locals and visitors. Facilities include parking, safe deposit boxes, internet
  • Apart Hotel Continental
    The Apart Hotel Continental enjoys a great location, close to restaurants, shops, cinemas, museums, a post office, banks and plenty of nightlife venues. Double, triple and family rooms are available and have private bathrooms with hot water, telephone, and a TV. There is also apartment style accomm
  • Hotel Centenario
    Hotel Centenario is located across from Centennial Park and within walking distance of the National Palace of Culture. It has 41 rooms, each with private bath, hot water and cable television. At night there is a parking service and check in time is noon. The hotel has its own onsite restaurant but
  • Maya Zacpeten Jungle Lodge
  • Hotel Tally
    With a convenient location in the historic centre, The Hotel Tally is an economic yet comfortable alternative to some of the more upscale hotels in the area. The hotel is relatively new and in great condition. Single, double and triple rooms all include their own private bathroom with hot water, ca
  • Hotel Spring
    Hotel Spring offers guests a quiet and welcoming atmosphere in the centre of Zone 1. Housed in a colonial building, it features forged iron balconies and garden furniture and wooden columns and beams. The central courtyard is an ideal spot to relax and unwind. Both private and dorm accommodation is
  • Hotel Fortuna Real
    Hotel Fortuna Royal has everything you might expect from a luxury hotel. The warm inviting rooms are elegantly lit and decorated in a modern style. Each have their own private bathroom with hot water, air conditioning and a laundry service. It also has a convenient café/bar/restaurant serving trad
  • Posada Belen
    Posada Belen enjoys a great reputation in the area for its welcoming atmosphere and Museum like ambience. The comfortable and warm accommodation is adorned with beautiful pieces of art and a collection of authentic Mayan pieces. Modern facilities include hot water, a laundry service, Wi-Fi internet
  • Casa De Los Nazarenos
    Besides offering hotel accommodation, the Casa de los Nazarenos also serves as a shopping center, a cafe restaurant, a boutique and an art gallery. A few years back a group of young entrpeneurs came together to create this unique hotel in an old colonial building. On the ground floor you will find
  • Hotel Colonial
    The Colonial Hotel features the type of colonial architecture that attracts tourists to this part of the city. The huge carved doors welcome guests into hallways full of colonial style furniture, mirrors and antiques dating from various periods in Guatemala's history. The rooms are clean, comfortab
  • Hotel Westin Camino Real
    The Hotel Westin Camino Real is one of the most renowned hotels in the country. It is a popular venue for international conferences and large social events. Established over 50 yers ago, the Westin is decorated with beautiful artworks, antique furniture and features European stule architecture. The
  • The Radisson Hotel
    The Radisson Hotel attracts both tourists and business guests with its high level of service and an elegant restful atmosphere. The rooms offer guests spectacular views of the surrounding city and are well equipped with modern facilities. There are two onsite restaurants; Hemingway's serves tasty r
  • Hotel Orquideas
    Hotel Orquideas is an excellent choice for those seeking budget accommodations in Antigua. Located across from the ruins of San Jeronimo, this cozy hotel has got it all for less. The staff is friendly, the beds are comfortable and the bathrooms are clean. Both dorms and private rooms with cable TV a
  • Hotel Casa Rustica
    A short walk from the best restaurants and monuments, Hotel Casa Rustica is a comfortable hotel with a rooftop terrace and two beautiful gardens. It offers single, double or triple rooms with private or common bathrooms. All have cable TV. Ask for the quiet rooms in the back building with view on t
  • Hotel La Casona Del Lago

    Set in a beautiful blue house on the lakeshore across from Flores, this new luxury hotel has 30 spacious, sunny rooms with excellent views of the lake. All have bathrooms, air-conditioners, WiFi access, cable TVs, and are centered around a swimming pool and Jacuzzi. The restauran

  • Kafka, Rest. Bar & Hostel
    At Kafka's most recent location on 6A Avenida Norte, number 40, there is a beautiful rooftop terrace. Get a spot at the hostel, the third night is free.
  • Hotel el Jardín de Lolita
    The family-run Hotelel Jardín de Lolita is surprisingly airy for a budget, downtown establishment with a pleasant garden and an aviary. Sparsely decorated rooms are clean and have at least two beds. The colorful new building at the back houses those sharing a bathroom while private bathroom seekers
  • El Convento Boutique
    A Boutique Hotel that combines the antique with modern decoration, overexposure stonewalls and amazing handmade wood doors with and contemporaneous style. The excellent service from the staff is feeling it since you arrive to the front desk; you will go to be involved in the colonial atmos
  • Hotel Maya International
    Set on a small hillside just off the lake, the Hotel Maya International is one of the oldest hotels in the area. Its 24 standard rooms and two junior suites are tastefully decorated with tiled floors and have lots of space. Most of the rooms have balconies with an amazing view of the lake, and all h
  • El Carmen Hotel
    With its central location and attentive service, Hotel El Carmen is a nice choice for travelers on a more comfortable budget. Rooms circle around an inviting and well-lit covered courtyard, where breakfast is served from 7 to 10a.m. This area can also be used for business meetings and informal gath
  • Hotel Peten Esplendido

    The most modern hotel in the area, Hotel Peten Esplendido is built along the lakeshore and will please travelers looking for an American type luxury hotel. The rooms are very modern and all have bathrooms, air conditioners, cable TVs and WiFi access. There is a single elevator an

  • Maya Zacpeten Jungle Lodge
    The hotel / jungle lodge is located on the Peninsula Sal Peten is a great place to relax. Its comfortable, if pricey, accommodations are located in private bungalows, all of which have views out over the lake. This lodge has a restaurant, swimming pool and hiking trails on its grounds. The staff c
  • Hotel Casa Cristina
    Ensuite bathroom and hot water; 24-hour hotel security; free internet use; wireless internet access for guests with laptops; free coffee, tea and purified water; all rooms at Hotel Casa Cristina have private bathrooms.
  • Casa Florencia Hotel
    Located seven blocks northwest of Antigua's Central Plaza, Casa Florencia Hotel, near restaurants, sites of interest, offers colonial-style guest rooms tastefully decorated and furnished with orthopedic beds, private bathrooms, closets with safety box and cable TV. Available are complimentary mornin
  • Accomodation Overview
    El Remate offers many opportunities for accommodation, most of them along the road to Tikal and the road to Biotopo Cerro Cahui. You will find some cheap hotels as well as expensive eco-lodges. Many have direct access to the lake with docks for swimming.
  • The Airport Inn
    A good bet for those wanting a low priced private room without sacrificing the community feeling of the hostel. With a social area featuring DVD library, book exchange and board games this a great place to meet and swap info with other travelers. Private rooms start at $20 per night with dorms al
  • Hotel Casablanca
    Even the most stressed traveler will have no trouble relaxing in this oasis in the city. All rooms come complete with hot water, wifi, cable TV. With a friendly staff and a great, reasonably priced restaurant this is a great value for this price range. Rooms start at $40 and includes free airport s
  • Mercure Casa Veranda
    The Veranda House Hotel is an ideal choice for people who want enjoy a prolonged stay in Guatemala City. One or two bedroom suites are available and come with a well equipped kitchen, coffee maker, Wi-Fi internet access, cable TV, work space, telephone and soundproofed windows. The hotel also has a
  • La Casa de los Abuelos
    La Casa de los Abuelos is a Boutique Hotel, five minutes from Antigua Guatemala Downtown. It has 5 Beautiful Bedrooms (1 Master Suite, 2 Family Suites with four and five beds, and 2 suites, one with an Imperial Bed). We include Breakfast for two and a coffee in the afternoon.
  • Candelaria Antigua Hotel
    A boutique hotel with beautiful woodworks, a great terrace and unique ambience.
  • Hotel Continental
    ( ROOMS: $6 - 10)

    Hotel Continental is conveniently located near the center of town. It has 51 rooms able to accommodate 1- 3 people, all with private bathrooms, TVs and ceiling fans. While all the rooms are secure, there is no hot water and some of the lower-priced rooms tend to be a lit
  • Hotel Posada de Los Castellanos
    Located in the city center, this hotel offers average rooms with fans and hot-water in the bathrooms. If you're stuck for a place to stay in town, it's your best choice.
  • The Yellow House

    A small, quiet, clean hostel with friendly staff, Yellow House is a favorite among budget travelers. Only two blocks from the fruit and vegetable market and close to ruins and typical eateries. The doubles and single have cable TV. There are various sized dorms with lockers, shar

  • Posada de los Leones
    Arriving at the The Lion´s Inn, or Posada de los Leones in Spanish, you will marvel at its wonderful setting among the shady trees of a coffee plantation, evoking a time when life was quieter. The faint smell of the coffee flower permeates the pure mountain air. You are surrounded by many-colored
  • Hotel Izalco
    The rooms are small but clean. They all have mosquito nets and TV. Some have private bathrooms. Be sure to get a room with a fan as it's very hot all year around.
  • Hotel Primavera
    Hotel Primavera is not another cookie-cutter hotel. All 10 rooms are designed to give guests the comfortable feeling of home. Large windows allow for a lot of light, fluffy pillows adorn comfortable, over-sized beds in rooms with elegant hardwood floors. All are equipped with a private bathroom
  • Retreat Lake Atitlan Guatemala
    The Retreat is a luxury property created to be a sabbatical away from the world as we know it. It is a gated 2.4 acre community straddling its own mountain with a main lodge, and three thatched little stone houses for guests...each with its own personality. These stone houses host double beds with f
  • Base Camp Hostel
    This brand new hostel is run by OX Expeditions, an adventure tour operator in downtown Antigua. Both comfortable TV lounges are great places to unwind and socialize after a day of biking. The rooms are spacious and airy, with triple decker beds that are custom-made to fit any height. This hostel is
  • The Black Cat Xela
    Opened in March 2007, The Black Cat Hostel is a great place to meet other travelers. Along with comfortable dorms and private rooms, the hostel offers a huge and delicious free breakfast. Enjoy the sun in the courtyard, have a drink at the bar or watch a DVD in the TV room. Situated only one block f
  • Posada El Viajero
    The greatest draw to the cheap and cheerful ‘Traveler Hotel' is its central location. The 10 rooms are definitely basic but there is 24-hour hot water as well as free WiFi and purified water. Ask for the top room, which is the brightest and the only one with a TV. The roof-terrace, although clu
  • Ummagumma
    Ummagumma is a small, friendly and popular hostel just a few blocks from the market and the centre of colonial Antigua. Dorms, single, double and triple private rooms with en-suite or shared bathroom sprawl over three levels including the rooftop. A good place to chill, the rooftop terrace has
  • Hostal Cafe City
    The Hostel City Cafe offers dorm rooms with shared bath starting at $10 per night, as well as private rooms starting at $15 with bath. On site parking and airport shuttle service are available as well. This charming colonial style hostel has a relaxed, friendly atmosphere and is a great way to meet
  • Hostal Villa Toscana
    Hostal Villa Toscana has 12 elegantly decorated private rooms with an array of services and a prime location close to the airport. With prices starting at $40 it's a bit pricey for a hostel but you get an on-site restaurant, wifi, laundry, taxi as well as tours of the country. Guests have full run
  • Casa Santa Lucía 2
    There's nothing flashy about this place, but Santa Lucía 2 is a good value for its hot showers and clean, well-maintained rooms. It's located right across from the ruins of Colegio de San Jerónimo and just a couple of blocks from Antigua's market. Be sure to check out the great pupusería to your
  • The Black Cat Hostel
    Just one block from Parque Central, the Black Cat hostel is a fun place to meet other travelers. In addition to dorm accommodations, single, double and triple rooms are available. One private room and one dorm have their own bathroom. You can enjoy the sun in the patio and the upstairs corridor, or
  • La Casa de las Amigas
    The cheapest hostel in Xela will please people traveling on a very strict budget. Run by a cooperative of teachers from the Proyecto Linguistico language school across the street, it feels like home. There are 4 dorms and 2 private rooms, only one has a bathroom. There is a communal kitchen and a sm
  • Hospedaje Garcia
    Unless you have to have a private bathroom, opt for the bargain deal at Hospedaje Garcia. Rooms with shared bathrooms are not only cheaper at approximately $5-9 per evening depending on a single or double, but also have more space and balconies. If you cannot part with the convienience of a priv
  • Mario's Rooms
    Most backpackers walk away from Mario's Rooms with a feeling of satisfaction. The budget rooms are one of the best deals in Panajachel. Petite rooms are clean with hot showers, while the hostel is not too loud but still lively enough to meet a few new friends and boasts a neat courtyard. Single
  • Hostal Del Lago
    Five minutes walk along the lake shore, Hostal del Lago is the only budget accommodation situated directly on the lake. The average rooms with private bathroom play second fiddle to the long garden displaying awesome views of the lake and surrounding volcanoes. Sweating in the sauna
  • Hostel El Unicorno
    A quirky collection of huts dotted around an overgrown patio and garden, El Unicorno offers back-to-basics living, shared with nature and insects alike. This hostel is unsurprisingly popular with backpackers who, for $6 per person, get their own room, a free pancake breakfast, use of the kitchen an
  • Hostal Don Diego
    Just three blocks from the Parque Central, the hostel has a number of cozy but dark dorms and privates with shared bathrooms. The tiled courtyard area is ideal for studying Spanish or socializing with yours fellow travelers. You will also find sofas and arm chairs for relaxing after a long day explo
  • Zoola
    In Hebrew, Zoola means, to relax and that is exactly what you are apt to do in this cozy hotel. The eight spacious rooms are tastefully decorated with comfortable beds (four with private bathrooms). In addition there is a lounge room for television watching, internet browsing and a book exchange. Ad
  • Yo Mama's Casa
    yomamas.sanpedro@gmail.com $3 dorm $4 private room All have shared bath
  • Hotel Chalet Suizo
    This small and affordable hostel-like hotel is situated close to many of Centro Histórico's major attractions. Private rooms are available and include hot water, cabel TV and free internet access. There is also dorm accommodation so it's a popular choice with backpackers and budget travelers. Brea
  • Casa Mobego
    On the road to the biotope, Casa Mobego is a popular place among budget travelers. They offer dorms in attractive two level, open walled thatched houses spread out over a hill. All beds have mosquito nets and bathrooms are shared. The main house is nicely decorated with curious sculptures and paint
  • Hotel Puerto Libre
    A large hotel, mainly used for conferences and events such a local weddings, with 31 premium rooms at Q325 ($41) and 10 standard at Q290 ($36), plus a medium-sized pool and a palapa-style restaurant serving mainly seafood and a mix of local sand international dishes. There's an online booking sys
  • Hotel Valle Tropical
    Similar to Mar Brissa but closer to town and down the road from the public lancha port, this also has a pool and conference rooms but it is in a rather unexciting and lackluster concrete building painted a garish shade of green. Rooms are basic but clean and cost Q175 ($22) single,
  • Hotel Miami
    It doesn't look much from the outside, but the Hotel Miami is centered round quite a nice green courtyard and, like the Europa next door, this budget hotel is also being renovated; the bathrooms are well-done, there are new nets on the windows and air-con and T.V.s in some rooms. Rooms are Q120-1
  • Hotel Europa
    This is a budget hotel but family run and definitely not an excuse for a brothel. It has recently been re-decorated and fitted with mosquito nets on the windows and the owners are house-proud as well as being very helpful; if you arrive late give them a call from the bus station and they'll pick
  • Hotel Calle Real
    This gleaming and well-finished hotel is a good choice if you're looking for a big comfy bed, air-con, a fridge in your room as well as a T.V., a spacious clean bathroom with 24-hour hot water and delightful garden, around which the rooms are located and there is a small patio area with table and ch
  • Cabañas Chaabil
    The Chaabil, a short walk past the town square is definitely past its glory days but it is still in a nice setting right on the lake and very quiet. The rooms are in wooden cabins and cost for a single Q125 ($16), a double Q225 ($28), and a triple Q325 ($41), with private bathrooms, fans and mosqui
  • Hotel Ecológico Cabañas Del Lago
    About a kilometer (0.6 miles) away from El Estor, to the east, this hotel is set in its own grounds on the lake shore and even has a small beach. It's a nice place to stay if you want to get out of town. The well-appointed wooden cabins cost around Q240 ($30) for a double. The own
  • Hotel Marbrissa
    Out of town, this large resort-style hotel has two pools, one with slides for the kids and one large enough for laps, a tennis court, gym and pool tables. It's a great place to escape the high temperatures and searing sun and definitely one of the better hotels in Puerto Barrios. There is a bar an
  • Hotel Perdido
    Similar to Finca Tatín, this rustic yet romantic and quiet affordable jungle hide-away, is very near the Manatee reserve making it a great location for moon-lit canoeing trips in to the nature park. The communal lounge is relaxed and friendly and where wholesome vegetarian food, including homemad
  • Los Amigos
    Los Amigos Hostel offers an open, traveler-centered environment that allows backpackers used to very basic accommodations a sigh of relief. Dorms start at $3.50, a great deal in a moderately priced city. The dorms themselves feature cupboards where you can lock your bags, comfortable beds, and an en
  • Hospedaje Dona Goya

    This small hostel will please people traveling on a small budget. The eight-bed dorms with shared bathrooms are spacious and clean. There are also some private rooms with bathrooms available. The roof terrace is a great place to relax in a hammock while enjoying the view of the l

  • Camping Tikal
    This simply offers a space in a nicely mown field and is a good option if you have a tent and want to save your money. It is just across the way from the Jaguar Inn but is a much bigger area and is often occupied in part by tour groups. There is an eatery nearby. Renting tent space costs Q25.
  • Hotel San Ignacio
    Rooms here are pretty small, with a private bathroom squeezed in, and the ground-floor ones open onto a dark indoor corridor, so make sure you get a brighter one which looks onto the terrace, a shaded area with plenty of plants. A chapin breakfast can be served for $3 and guests can use the k
  • Tortugal
    Best Small Hotel in Guatemala, swim and dive in river, fantastic restaurant, kayaking, walk through mangle and hardwood plantation to town
  • Hotel Rosa de Sharon
    Tucked away in a quiet alley off the market street, the bright yellow Rosa de Sharon offers 15 double and triple rooms, spacious but somewhat spartan and you can tell the sheets have gone through years of use. Each room comes with a small TV, a ceiling fan and private bathroom with hot-water showers
  • Posada Don Maco
    Some of the 28 rooms have just been redone, equipped with firm mattresses and fluffy towels, so try to choose one of the newer ones in the building on the far side of the courtyard. The rooms are equipped with cable TV and hot-water showers in the private bathrooms. If you are traveling with childre
  • Casa Linda
    This quaint hostel is a nice find off a side street from Calle Santander. Rooms are clean, with suitable beds and balconies that allow a pleasant breeze to waft into the room. The staff is friendly and the cleaning woman keeps rooms in excellent shape. A single/double room with a shared bathroo
  • Casa Loma
    Casa Loma has excellent, wood-floored rooms with soft beds. There is a nice green area behind the hostel to hang out with friends and a few beers too. A single or double room with a shared bathroom cost approximately $5-10, while rooms with private bathrooms check in at $20-27 per night.
  • Tortugal Marina And Hotel
    Tortugal is definitely one of the best places to stay in town, whether mooring your boat or staying in one of the cosy cabins. The all-wooden buildings blend into the surrounding jungle and you can while away hours with a book from the library and a glass of wine, watching satellite T.V., playing
  • Hotel Backpackers
    On the western bank of the river, the quieter El Relleno bario, Casa Backpackers is a nice place to relax by the river side, and although it has seen better days it is a lot cheaper and more social than the more up market river-side hotels. As it says on the tin it is more of a backpackers place w
  • La Palma B&b
    Unlike any other accommodation in Monterrico, La Palma B&B is exclusive, intimate and charismatically Italian. Just six rooms are available around the twin courtyards and neither owner is shy about their policy of selectivity. This is their home and a harmonious ambience is paramount. Patricia prod
  • Eco Beach Place Hotel
    Managed by the friendly father and son team, Luis and Juan, Eco Beach Place is a large, rustic wooden house topped by a rancho roof. Basic rooms have up to three beds and private bathroom, but with a maximum occupancy of 16 people, this is not a busy hotel. At the front of the house
  • Casa Doña Mercedes
    Run by a friendly Guatemalan family, Casa Doña Mercedes will please travelers looking for comfort and a quiet environment. The hotel is minutes away from Parque Central, and numerous restaurants and bars. The hotel's nine rooms are clean and spacious, with cable TV; some have bathrooms. There is W
  • Casa Mañen

    Beautifully decorated, the B&B Casa Mañen will please honeymooning couples looking for a romantic and comfortable place to stay. The eight spacious rooms are decorated with local handicrafts, handmade wool blankets and rugs. All have hand-carved furniture, tiled floors, cable TV

  • Villa Lupita
    This family-run option is another excellent, cheap choice in Panajachel. There are 18 well-kept rooms, interestingly decorated by the family with colorful carpets and funky lamps. The best part of a stay here is the free coffee and drinking water. Singles and double with or without private bat
  • Finca Tatín
    Hidden in the jungle and reachable only by boat, this place is for those who want to experience the natural wonder of the steamy Guatemalan Caribbean rather than being in-town. Bird watching is a usual pass time; visits can be arranged to indigenous villages; as well as trips to hot springs and k
  • Hotel Hernández
    The long-established Hotel Hernández is deceptively big, and its small shop-front opens up to corridors of 30 clean rooms and a swimming pool (although it's not really for lounging around). The bonuses here are the free breakfast and Internet, available in the lounge. And it's fairly quiet to say
  • Hotel Zaculeu
    (ROOMS: $28 - 32) One of the oldest hotels in the area, Hotel Zaculeu is a short walk from both the central plaza and the bus station. It is well-kept by a friendly staff; the rooms in newly remodeled section of the building are slightly more comfortable than the ones in the older secti
  • Finca El Paraíso
    The route north around the lake towards El Estor is paved until just before you reach the turn-off south to Finca El Paraíso, 25 kilometers (15.5 miles) from Río Dulce. A winding track leads to the lake front and the relaxed cabaña-resort. Have a look at the rooms before you commit to one in par
  • Hotel La Sexta
    (ROOMS: $14-$17) Hotel La Sexta is about a block from the central plaza. It is plain, but safe and clean, with cable TV in each room and free storage for backpacks. Single, double, and triple rooms available; expect to pay more for a private bathroom. 6 Av., 4-29, Zona 1, Tel.: 502-7764-1
  • Hotel Guatemex
    (ROOMS: $10 - 20) Hotel Guatemex is located right in front of the bus terminal, so it is a good option for late arrivals to Huehuetenango. It is safe and clean, with cable TV in each room. Singles and doubles available, expect to pay more for private bath. Tel.: 502-7769-0398.
  • Hospedaje Posada De Don Juan
    If you're on a reduced budget Hotel Don Juan, on the south east corner of the square, can provide you with a basic roof over your head for only Q35 ($4) a night. The rooms are pretty basic and there are definitely no hidden extras but they do have private bathrooms (squeezed into the corner of the


  • Guesthouse El Puente
    Neighbor of the Spanish school Celas Maya, this small budget hostel has five good-sized rooms and, a big, well-equipped kitchen. The grassy garden area is a great place to laze on the grass in the sun, read, chat and study your Spanish. The one room with a private bathroom is spacious with closet sp
  • Todos Santos Inn
  • Casa Cacao

    From the outside, this hotel's beautiful exterior of colonial exterior covered in green vines seems to create a sanctuary for those seeking a peaceful environment. Situated at the start of the stairways to Templo de Calvario, it is also within comfortable walking distance from Pa

  • Villa de Los Castellanos
    Villa de Los Castellanos is a beautiful eco-lodge located in the town of Machaquila, seven kilometers north of Poptun. The lodge is built on 5 hectares of land overlooking Rio Machaquila and surrounded by a forest and a medicinal plant garden. If you are interested in heliconia flowers, it's one o
  • Hotel La Providencia

    Right on the edge of Parque Central, this hostel is down to the bare basics with no hot water or TV. The double rooms here are among the cheapest in town. The shabby, crumbling interior and the dark corridor can be depressing. Its only saving grace is the view of the city from t

  • Hotel Solidario
    The Hotel Solidario is more like a communal house run. It's quite basic but a good place to stay if you might stick around for a while: there's a nice laid back feel and it's only Q30/40($4/5) a night with WiFI, a shared lounge and kitchen, great views across the Amatique Bay, and a lovely breeze
  • Posada Jaibalito
    Posada Jaibalito is an adorable, small guesthouse, where your stay will likely be a great and potentially long one -weekly and monthly rates are available. Set around an overflowing garden full of plants and trees, verandas and hammocks, accommodation is in much sought-after double rooms or a spac
  • Ecohospedaje Ranchitos del Quetzal
    From Guatemala City or Antigua, Ranchitos del Quetzal is about 30 minutes before Cobán and a few hundred meters from the entrance to the Biotopo del Quetzal. Quaint and rustic, Ranchitos offers simple rooms, which each have two or three beds, a balcony and private bath. A private trail on the premi
  • Johnny's Place
    Ever popular, Johnny's Place compensates for some tattered edges with its upbeat outlook and friendly vibe. Multiple pools, an oversized chessboard in the grassy garden, beachside café and cushioned lounge area - this place is designed to relax and entertain. There is even a late n
  • Laguna Lodge
    The Laguna Lodge is on the lakeshore of the legendary Lake Atitlan and exclusively nestled in its own nature reserve. Entry into this Mayan world begins by boat.

    In a privileged setting our luxuriously natural 5 star boutique hotel commands sweeping views over azure waters to a trio of drama
  • Porta Hotel Del Lago
    This all-inclusive resort hotel is conveniently situated on the shores of the public beach at Lake Atitlán. There are suites, standard rooms and an executive floor. There are on-site restaurants and a bar with international dining. There is a pool area with a fabulous deck to relax on while dr
  • Casa en Familia
    This rustic and charming family-run bed and breakfast has a beautiful patio offering unobstructed views of the city and the surrounding volcanoes. Thanks to its friendly staff, the hotel feels like home. All rooms have private bathroom and cable TV. The rooms with a balcony have the best views. Ask
  • Estella´s House
    A converted Guatemalan home, Estella´s House is a charming alternative to conventional hostels down the road. Five basic rooms cluster around a compact TV salon and adjacent veranda. This quiet and cosy place is kept clean and tidy. Despite its size, it is still easy to meet other travelers. Prim
  • Rancho Corozal
    The Rancho Corozal, run by the same people who own Quinta Maconda Inn in Antigua, is not a guest house but a lush two-acre villa set within 20 acres of privately-owned rain forest just a 20-minute boat ride from Livingston - the ultimate get-away. The house sleeps 10 in 5 double beds under thatche
  • Guatemalan Billfishing Adventures
    Award-winning Captain Brad Philips runs a justifiably popular outfit. Nine years experience in Guatemalan waters, an average release rate of 15 sailfish per day and a small fleet of only two boats mean that this charming lodge is often fully booked. Cindy and Bill pride themselves on the personal t
  • Sailfish Bay Lodge
    Situated on a barrier island in the Pacific Coast, the deluxe and professionally run Sailfish Bay Lodge is well set up for large groups of big game fly fishermen. The two air-conditioned bungalows can take from 16 to 19 anglers each, spread over four rooms and two floors. Otherwise there are eight
  • Pacific Fins Resort
    At Pacific Fins Resort, it is all about the fishing. Boasting a team of experienced and determined captains, six boats ready for the deep blue and a panga for catching roosterfish inshore, the staff is as eager to put to sea as you are. Back on land, most of the accommodation is in self-contained,
  • Buena Vista Resort
    Despite its large size, Buena Vista still manages to make you feel at home, largely due to the efforts of the accommodating staff and the personal involvement of the owners Jody and Suzy. Fishing is, of course, the main draw, but there are enough other activities to keep the interest non-anglers, t
  • Hotel Vista Al Lago
    Run by Oscar Paz, the town's unofficial tourist officer, this lovely wooden hotel is full of old world charm, enhanced further by the claim that it is the actual ‘store' raided by marauding pirates, after which the town is named. The rooms are small but all have private bathrooms and the veran
  • Hotel Legendario
    This is perhaps the most expensive hotel in town but it seems a little much for what it is. It does have all that you would usually expect from a high-end business-style hotel. There is a large, well-attended reception complete with international flags, two bars, a restaurant, pool, large rooms a
  • Hotel Miralrio
    Hotel Miralrio, meaning “Look at the River” or “River View," is strategically located in the outskirts of Panajachel and has breathtaking views of one of the most beautiful lakes and volcanoes in the world. The best view is of the nearby San Francisco River, the main river that
  • Vulcano Lodge
    Set back from the lake and into the valley, surrounded by mountains and facing volcanoes, Vulcano Lodge is a place to leave the modern world far behind. Comfortable rooms and al fresco sitting areas are scattered around the exotic gardens. There is one suite with two bedrooms, great for a family on
  • San Buenaventura De Atitlán
    Venture two kilometers out of Panajachel to this extended stay, four-star hotel that gives guests all the privacy needed but is still a short distance from the bars and restaurants in town. San Buenaventura de Atitlán has a private beach, gardens, coffee groves and wooden areas for patrons to
  • Hotel Posada De Don Rodrigo
    This 41-room hotel has rooms in two seperate areas, with rooms that have views of the lake more costly - these rooms are more modern and worth the extra price. All rooms are equipped with a private bathroom, telephone, WiFi, cable TV and room service. Some rooms also have exquisite tubs and chim
  • Hotel Jere
    Hotel Jere is simple enough. It has nine rooms interestingly decorated with local fare, and more importantly private bathrooms with hot water. Some rooms have a television. The staff keeps the rooms very clean, and the atmosphere is relatively quiet. Rooms costs $12 to $18.
  • Hotel Casa Ramos
    Located a short walk from the shores of the lake, Hotel Casa Ramos is known for its clean rooms and friendly staff. Employees keep the hotel's 18 rooms sparkling clean. The decor here is traditional with Guatemalan handmade blankets on soft beds. Rooms cost $22.
  • Hotel Atitlan
    From its humble beginnings as a coffee farm, Hotel Atitlan has easily transformed into one of the finest accommodation choices in Panajachel. Elegantly designed rooms are furnished with fine tables, dressers, comfortable beds and great views from private balconies. Swim in the pool situated with
  • La Casa Del Mundo
    Perched on the side of a cliff, Casa del Mundo is a little slice of heaven. Fabulous views abound at every turn, but in order to stay here, you need a reasonable level of fitness, as there are a lot of steps to go up and down every day. Popular with honeymooners and couples, the helpful staff antic
  • Caleta Azul
    One of two peaceful retreats on the Barra del Jiote, Caleta Azul is the perfect place to unwind and indulge in some serious relaxation time. On a secluded stretch of beach, guests have a choice of a standard or luxury bungalow with hammocks and a/c or fan. The prices include all mea
  • Hotel & Restaurant Café Del Sol
    Sun by name and by nature, the rooms are painted a welcoming yellow to brighten up the spirits on the greyest of days, not that there are many of those. Most of the spacious rooms are one street back from the beach in a garden next to the pool and hot-water Jacuzzi. The excellent re
  • Hotel & Restaurant Atelie Del Mar
    In a village built on volcanic sand, the lovingly cared for gardens of Atelie del Mar is testament to the personal touch that makes this hotel so special. Owned and managed by Stig (Finnish) and Violeta (Guatemalan), no trouble is too big or query too small. Beautifully decorated th
  • Hotel & Restaurant Pez De Oro
    Hotel Pez de Oro makes a bold minimalist statement with its black sand and treeless gardens, colored cabins and bright yellow deck chairs, but then Italians are famous for their designer flair. The external appearance may be modern but inside, the cabins are tastefully furnished usi
  • Hotel Brisas Del Mar
    Possibly the best budget deal in Monterrico, Brisas del Mar has clean, simple, motel-style rooms with fan or a/c. All rooms face into the garden and ample swimming pool but what really wins it over is the attached upstairs restaurant and hammock area. Up here, views abound to the oc
  • Isleta De Gaia
    Fronted by the ocean, on an island of sand in the Canal de Chiquimulilla, Isleta de Gaia is home to a beautiful and isolated boutique hotel. Gaia is the mother of the earth and in her honor, the French American owners have designed an eco-friendly hotel that fits in perfectly with t
  • Hotel Casa Bella
    Privacy, seclusion and tranquility. Seven kilometers from Monterrico in Parque Hawaii, Casa Bella is in a world of its own. Deluxe bungalows cater for up to either nine or four people, dependent on size. All come with a/c, cable TV and a kitchenette. Casa Bella occupies a picturesqu
  • Hotel Hawaian Paradise
    The grand Hotel Hawaian Paradise houses several spacious and luxury apartments perfect for families or groups (max. seven people), while dotted around the grounds are double or twin rooms. If hanging out in the swimming pool becomes too much, there is also a Jacuzzi, hammocks and a
  • Hotel Cacique Inn
    For whatever reason, this hotel seems to attract a glut of Guatemalans on holiday from the capital. This makes for an excellent opportunity to mingle with locals and practice some Spanish. The 34-room hotel features nice beds with warm handmade Guatemalan bedspreads. $62 a night.
  • Hotel Regis
    Hotel Regis is a trendy hotel with 25 rooms that stays relatively quiet in the evenings. Rooms are secure and comfortable enough with private bathrooms and blasting hot water. The staff is friendly and there is a hot spring in the garden behind the hotel. $62.
  • Hotel Lago De Atitlán
    The best thing about this hotel is the view from the upper levels. Rooms are generally well lit, with large windows that allow the soft breeze that sweeps across the lake to blow into the room. It is located four blocks uphill from the dock on the left side of the street. There are single/doubl
  • Posada De Santiago
    Posada de Santiago Hotel provides some of the best rooms in this authentic Lago de Atitlán village. The hotel does a fantastic job of catering to all groups. Backpackers can find a clean, group dorm room for approximately $15 per night, while more up-market and private accommodation is also av
  • Hotel Aacualaax
    Hotel Aacualaax is nothing short of spectacular. This is an eco-friendly, boutique hotel that was designed and built using recycled materials. The rooms are a work of art in themselves and if you get bored of admiring them, try birdwatching from your balcony instead. Peaceful and luxurious, this is
  • Hotel, Restaurant & Bar Paco Real
    Paco Real is a respectable choice in the heart of Barrio Three. Comfortable cabins come with balconies overlooking a well-kept garden. There are shared bathrooms only. The cozy restaurant (open daily, 7.30 a.m. to 9.00 p.m., bar till 11.00 p.m.) has a comprehensive choice of dishes, large portions
  • Aaculaax
    Hotel Aaculaax is ideally located on a hillside on the shores of spectacular Lake Atitlán in San Marcos La Laguna, Guatemala. The hotel has 6 unique rooms and suites, each one individually designed, with one-of-a-kind art works and locally made furniture. All of the rooms boast incredible views of
  • Hotel Quetzal
    Hotel Quetzal is best known as the local pub, but if you've had one too many, there are plain, clean rooms a stumble away for $6 per person (shared bathroom). The hotel is open all day; the bar opens at 6.00 p.m. and carries on until the last person leaves. If you fancy a nibble, the French fries a
  • Hotel La Paz
    The sprawling, beautiful gardens of La Paz are full of treats for a seeker of inner balance and harmony. Daily yoga sessions, superfood juice bar, massages, sauna, and vegetarian restaurant combine with rustic private bungalows or a cottage-style dormitory to create the perfect ambi
  • Hotel Chi-nim-ya
    Hotel Chi-Nim-Ya is far short of extravagant but it gets the job done for backpackers. The budget accommodation choice has cold concrete floors that are not the most inviting, but the $8-15 price tag makes it more than tolerable. There are 22 rooms here that surround a central courtyard, and ro
  • Posada Los Encuentros
    Posada Los Encuentros is an intimate lodge with six guest units, a relaxing lounge, an informal bar, a wood-burning sauna, a naturally (thermal) heated lounging pool (minerals, no chemicals), a natural medicinal plant garden, and a well-equipped fitness center. Our furnishings are tasteful and comfo
  • Jaguar Inn
    This country-style lodge might be the cheapest in Tikal, but its prices are not justified by the basic standards. With a quaint tranquil setting among the forest, it is still a comfortable place to get a good night's sleep after exploring the temples. You can also camp for $8.70 per person, with pic

  • Hotel Paradise Inn
    Not quite paradise, but still an excellent mid-range hotel option. The grounds are well-manicured with green grass and flowers. Single room rates are $40 per night, while double rooms go for $45. The staff will add an additional bed for $5 an evening.
  • Hotel Utz Jay
    Comfortable rooms along with some peace and quiet is the trademark of Hotel Utz Jay. There is a lovely garden that draws interesting birdlife onto the grounds. Rooms are located in cottages full of traditional Guatemalan designs. There are also fans and private bathrooms with hot water in the s
  • Hospedaje El Amanecer
    This is a relatively new hotel on the scene in Panajachel. It is not the biggest place in the world, with two rooms with shared bathrooms and four rooms that feature private bathrooms and TV. The showers have hot water, and the rooms are well-kept. Rooms costs $8 to $16.
  • El Chaparral Hotel
    El Chaparral Hotel is another new option that has sprung up in recent years as the tourist industry continues to expand in Panajachel. It is ideally located only a block from the lake and near all the restaurants along Calle Santander. Rooms are comfortable with private bathrooms and cable TV. R
  • Hospedaje Sánchez
    The highlight of Hospedaje Sánchez is the pretty view of the surroundings from the rooftop. Rooms are not fancy, but clean and quiet. It is conviently a short one-block walk from the bevy of restaurants, bars and discos found on Calle Santander.It costs $5 per person.
  • Hotel Dos Mundos
    1.5km to the east of Monterrico, the luxurious Dos Mundos Pacific Resort is set in extensive grounds on a largely deserted stretch of beach. This highly-acclaimed hotel is popular with those looking to get away from it all. Spacious, rustic bungalows are air conditioned and designed
  • Hotel Utz-tzaba
    5km to the west of Monterrico, Hotel Utz-Tzaba is a down-to-earth holiday resort for couples, groups or families. Situated around the edge of a large square garden, rooms are comfortable and equipped with a/c and hairdryers, while the bungalows are large enough for 6 people in two s
  • Hostal Maria Teresa
    This hotel is little way from the center, on the road coming into town from the south, opposite the small El Calvario park. Don't let the title ‘hostal' fool you; this is one of the better hotels in Chiquimula. Its colonial-style decor and green courtyard make it a fine place to escape the Ori
  • Hotel Posada Perla De Oriente
    The Perla de Oriente is a large hotel with plenty of rooms at a wide range of prices, a restaurant and a swimming pool surrounded by lounge chairs and tropical plants. It's a mid-range hotel, but it could do with a bit of care and attention, and the pool definitely needs a clean but it's good enoug
  • Hotel Posada Don Adán
    Just one block from the main square but quiet enough to get a good night's sleep, this is a nice budget option. The family that runs this place is very accommodating, and will turn on the hot water at your request - although with the heat of Chiquimula, it's doubtful you'll need it. All rooms have
  • Hotel Caleta Azul
    It's a hotel located on a pacific island of Guatemala, with black volcano sand beaches. It's like a hidden paradise than you can only reach by boat- on a short trip of manglar jungle, you will find a personalized service, where you can find peace by the sound of beautiful waves of the Pacific Ocean
  • Hotel Casa Rosada
    The Casa Rosada is an appealing and homey guesthouse run by a welcoming Q'eqchi and Belgian couple. It's a great location with lovely gardens and a private terrace right on the water. All rooms have shared bathroom facilities but the thatched bungalows ($20) are delightful, very clean and well kep
  • Casa De La Iguana
    La Iguana is a nice place to chill out in a hammack during the day, as it away from the hectic main street, but it is known for being a big party place at night. It is a very welcoming place and if you're a single traveler it is a great place to meet people. The dorms and rooms, Q110-150 ($14-19)

  • Hotel Posada De Santiago
    Nearby Hotel Posada de Santiago is a little dark but, for the price, the rooms are good value and spacious with T.V.s, hot-water showers, ceiling fans and there is a restaurant and on-site parking. Unfortunately, there is no internet. Singles to quadruples all with private bathrooms are between Q
  • Hotel Favorita
    Hotel la Favorita is a favorite with low-income Guatemalan families on a pilgrimage to the basilica, this no frills hotel may not have a pool or any other mod-cons but the rooms do have hot-water, sheets and towels and there is a T.V. providing some evening entertainment. This is a good option if y
  • Hotel Gran Chorti
    This large white hotel on the road coming into town is hard to miss and is the most resort-like hotel around. It is well-run and spacious, with a big bar and restaurant serving good seafood dishes at Q75-225. If you're looking for somewhere to escape and cool down the pool and pool-side area are
  • Hotel Villa Del Rosario
    Hotel Villa del Rosario is only half a block from the basilica and, being one of the newer additions to the hotel scene in Esquipulas, has a fresher feel. There is a medium-sized roof-top pool, bar and cafe (although the restaurant is not open in low season), free internet and parking. The well-a
  • Hotel Payaqui
    This place may not look much from the outside but it might be the best value of all the hotels in Esquipulas, plus it is literally on the basilica's door-step. Walk past the rather dull cafe out front to the reception and further on to the large swimming pool with a cafe, bar and spacious pool-si
  • Hotel Gran Estefania
    The three hotels Hotel Gran Estefania, Plaza Maxine and Villa Zona, all in different locations around the center of town, are all owned and run by Dr Quijada, a very welcoming and enthusiastic hotelier who speaks English and Spanish. All rooms have private bathrooms, hot water and cable T.V. but
  • Hotel De Los Angeles
    Another good budget option on the western side of 2a Avenida, for between $4 - 9. You can get a spacious room with a private bathroom, hot water, a fan and a T.V. There is also a family room at Q190-210 ($24-28). There is a restaurant on site which serves up delicious typical Guatemalan dishes an
  • Hotel Portal De La Fe
    This is a well-finished mid-range hotel with friendly staff. There is a pool on the roof, albeit small, and some pretty nice views of the Cathedral dome. There is also a cafe open in high season. There is also free WiFi covering the whole hotel and a range of rooms costing from Q200 ($25) for a
  • Hotel Peregrino
    Hotel Peregrino is one of four hotels on 2a Avenida, directly facing the basilica. This is a very respectable lower-mid range hotel (no Internet), offering basic but comfortable rooms with shared and private bathrooms, T.V., hot water, parking, a courtyard for sitting out (good if it's a particu
  • Hotel Ecológico Salvador Gaviota
    Located on a narrow stretch of beach, the Salvador Gaviota is the perfect place to stay if you're looking for some peace and quiet and a supply of good food and good service. There are four charming thatched bungalows, (Q500/$70) as well as rooms with private bathrooms (Q125/$18 per person) and wi
  • Hotel Río Dulce
    If you like being in the center of the action, the location of the Hotel Río Dulce couldn't be better. Right on the main street and just up the hill from the dock, this recently renovated hotel does not have a phone, a T.V., Internet or air conditioning but it does have bags of old school Carib
  • Hotel Posada Don José
    Built in the mid 19th century, Posada Don José is a lovelycolonial house on two floors and set around a large swimming pool. The spacious rooms come with a choice of carpet or balcony as well as cable TV and air-conditioning. This is the most expensive hotel in town and extremely popular. The staf
  • Hotel Astor
    Located in a colonial house just off the central park, Hotel Astor looks more grandiose than it really is. The faux rock garden, swimming pool, Jacuzzi and patio area is a lovely place to relax but disappointingly the rooms would not look out of place in a modern motel. Air-con is i
  • Hotel Genesis
    The sign says three stars and Hotel Genesis lives up to every one of them without being particularly memorable in any shape or form. Rooms are clean, comfortable and complete with big TV, hot water and air conditioning. This is a great bargain for singles longing for that ice cold b
  • Hotel América
    Conveniently located a two minute walk from the bus station or a ten minute walk from the central park, Hotel América may be on the run-down side of town but it's the cheapest hotel here and perfectly agreeable. Accommodation is simple, clean and includes cable TV, fan and private

  • Hotel El Camino
    Popular with businessmen, Hotel El Camino has a pleasant lobby, reception and restaurant area although the rooms themselves are somewhat soulless. Ask for a room upstairs as they are brighter and airier. The rooms are large and all come with air-conditioning, hot water showers and c
  • Hotel Santiaguito
    Santa Lucía's answer to a luxury hotel, Hotel Santiaguito is modeled on a typical European-style hotel with twin double beds and a charming décor. Inside the grounds is an attractive and enormous swimming pool which could prove very welcome after a sweltering hike around the Mayan
  • Hostal Casa Santa Maria
    An inexpensive boutique hotel, Casa Santa Maria is a wonderful find. The beautifully decorated rooms surround a small inner courtyard, garden and swimming pool. You have a choice of fan or a/c and the price includes a continental breakfast. WiFi is also available but the signal does
  • Casa Perico
    Hidden amongst the hanging vines and lush vegetation, Casa Perico is quite a discovery. Accessible only boat, 10 minutes from the dusty town of Rio Dulce, Casa Perico is a remote jungle retreat for the weary traveler. Accommodations include dorms, private rooms and even a personal c
  • Hotel Villa Caribe
    With a prime location on the point looking out over the Bahia Amatique, Villa Caribe is a lovely hotel and probably the best in town. There is a great pool right next to the sea and an attractive restaurant serving international cuisine - the breakfast buffet is very good. The best rooms are the s
  • Hotel Posada El Delfin
    There's a hint of faded grandeur about El Delfín but it is still one of the better hotels to stay at in Livingston and does get booked up by tour groups. There is a restaurant and bakery on site, yoga classes, as well as a tour agency which organizes excursions out to Playa Blanca and Río Dulce
  • Hotel Viajero
    . A budget choice at the water's edge, this place rolls out over the water and offers you the chance to listen to the waves as you sleep. There are 45 beds in different sized simple tile-floored rooms, each with adjoining bathrooms. The decour could do with freshening up but the place is perfectly c
  • Hotel Rios Tropicales
    This is a nice smart choice for the money, offering clean well-appointed and well-decorated rooms around a pleasant if a little cluttered courtyard. Bathrooms are tiled and clean and there is a good communal area to relax in. It is not on the water, but just a two minute walk uphill from the dock a
  • Hacienda Tijax
    This jungle eco-lodge, reachable by boat from Río Dulce or via a fairly well-hidden back road, prides itself on its ‘turismo sostenible', with plenty of activities arranged so you may learn about and benefit from the local environment: monkey and sunset walks; bird watching; kayaking; horse
  • Hotel Viñas Del Lago
    About four kilometers from Río Dulce, next to Castillo de San Felipe, the Hotel Viñas del Lago is definitely more of a family-oriented holiday resort that a backpackers hostel: there are 18 rooms all with private bathrooms and hot water, air conditioning, cable T.V.; for the kids there are two
  • Hotel Y Restaurante Escondido
    Apart from being hidden away from the busy main road, the reason to stay at Hotel Escondido is the large pool, great for a dip to cool off just as you've had enough of sweating in the mid-afternoon heat. The restaurant on-site is also a plus. Rooms are basic but clean, have private