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- Lake Atitlan, San Marcos La Laguna
- Lake Atitlan, San Pedro La Laguna
This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent Guatemala reviews
"My wife, and I, plus one friend, stayed in this wonderful huge interesting home in a secured private residential community. The house is very comfortable and roomy. The kitchen was large and had all the necessary utensils and equipment. The Living room and dinning room was big and comfortable. The bedrooms were big. There was plenty of hot water for showers and the bathrooms were clean. The location was within 15 minute walking distance of the main square, and close to everything you need. I liked that there was a small local market one block away to pick up odds and ends."Guest: Allen F. Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 6, 2014View listing
"This property is one of six in a small Hotel, "Milagros del Lago," located on the Main Street of Panajachel some three blocks from the waterfront. It is an efficiency with all the necessary amenities: kitchen, dining table, living area with divider for bedroom with king bed, and plenty of closet space. The bathroom is roomy and the water is hot. Tasteful decor and furniture give the space a homey feel. The balcony, second floor, overlooks the street, and is a comfortable perch for watching merchants and tourists interact. The windows are double glazed and seal out most street noise, allowing for a restful sleep. Cable TV provides abundant English Language channels and the Wifi is strong and consistent. There is a pleasant rooftop area and a well stocked paperback library. Tastefully selected art adorns the hotel walls? Views of the lake and volcanoes are complimentary. The proprietor has made a genuine effort to be "Green'" using organic soap and recycling. There is daily maid service from Monday until Friday. The maid does laundry for a nominal fee. One caveat: like much of Guatemala, the water in Pana is not potable, but five gallon jugs of drinking water are provided. Should I again plan a visit to Panajachel, Patti's petit hotel will be my first consideration!"Guest: Leo Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: January 31, 2014View listing
"My wife and I stayed in Catherine's home for two and a half months while we explored and volunteered in Guatemala. It was incredible. The location of the home is about ten minutes outside the city of Antigua in a very small town called Cuidad Vieja. The small town is much quieter, cheaper and less polluted then Antigua. The property sits in fields of coffee and avocado trees where my wife and I along with Catherine's two dogs explored for up to two hours a day. You can see volcanoes from your bedroom balcony. There are horses on the property. Beautiful gardens. We plan on having large family gatherings here in the future if this property is still available. If you are tired of being in a city and want to get away to relax go to Catherine's home. Don't waste your time paying for hotels in Antigua. You'll forget about all the things in life that you think are so important and start appreciating all the incredible nature on this Earth with the ones you love. That's what its like being at Catherine's house."Guest: Donnie Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: December 4, 2014View listing
"i went their on my own, and wanted to have a calm 11 days vacation looking at a nice view. I had that as The view was magnificent and i woke up everyday looking at the lake's beauty and hearing the musical bird sounds. just sitting at the dock and reading was a pleasure. and the owner Alicia made it so easy and safe to be there; a list was provided with all the numbers that i could need including a spanish school, massage, yoga teacher and some fun activities (kayaking/hiking .. etc) so i got my relaxation, my "me time" but i also had super fun with kayaking and hiking a volcano. add to that meeting amazing people you can only think they came out of a Paulo Coelho novel. i can go on and on about the lake. p.s. i also learned how to live in peace with the spiders; they are harmless in there"Guest: Aisha Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 23, 2014View listing
Guatemala Travel Tips
Things to See and Do in Guatemala Vacation Rentals
Guatemala is located in Central America and shares borders with Mexico to the north, Belize and Honduras to the east, and El Salvador to the south. Its longest coastline is on the Pacific side. The country is probably best known for its magnificent Mayan ruins. The Tikal Archeological Park encompasses a vast area of Mayan ruins. Features include ancient temples, causeways, call courts, public buildings and plazas. Other sites include Aguateca, El Mirador and Quirigua. Anyone who has an interest in this ancient culture will be enthralled by the many ancient sites. It is a country that still holds on to many ancient cultural traditions. This is evidenced in the many different crafts that are on display at the local markets. It is a country that has had a rich and sometimes turbulent history. The many museums and monuments in the cities provide some insight into the local heritage. Easter time is when many local festivals are held and it is an interesting experience to be part of.
Guatemala's natural heritage is no less impressive. There are many adventure activities available for those who enjoy the outdoors. There are several lakes where you can enjoy a variety of water sports, including wind surfing and scuba diving. One of the most popular resort areas is Lake Atitlan. There are also a number of fast flowing rivers that are ideal for kayaking and whitewater rafting. For a more leisurely boat trip, you can join a cruise down the Rio Dulce. The river passes through lagoons and mangrove swamps that are home to the rare and shy manatees. You can also explore the countryside on horseback, bicycle or on foot, combining culture and nature in a great touring experience.
Visitors to Guatemala Villas
Many people who consider traveling to Guatemala are the more adventurous type of travelers. People who love to immerse themselves in the local culture and explore natural wonders will feel right at home in Guatemala. There is a wealth of natural and cultural attractions.
Seasons to Visit Guatemala Beach Houses
In general, the best time of year to visit Guatemala is during the drier months that run from October to April. The weather at the coastal regions can get very hot and is only tempered by the cooling ocean breezes. The peak travel season tends to be between December and April. The rainy season is from May to September. Rain showers tend to occur in the late afternoon and early evening, and generally clear up fairly quickly. The temperatures tend to fall quite sharply at night; although the skies are clear, it can get quite cold. Ensure that you have something warmer to wear after sunset.
Traveling to Guatemala
The primary travel hub in Guatemala is Guatemala City. The Aurora International Airport is located four miles south of Guatemala City. There is a shuttle bus service that links the airport and city center. Local taxis are also available if you would prefer a private transfer. The Aurora Airport has frequently scheduled arrivals from several major cities in the U.S. These include New York City, Miami, Atlanta and Houston. There are also direct regularly scheduled flights operating from Madrid. For Euopean travelers, this will be the most direct flight option unless you want to travel via the United States. The airport also has good regional links to neighboring countries in Central and South America. A secondary airport is located just outside of Flores. If you are interested in visiting the archeological sites of Guatemala, this is the closest airport to the Tikal Archeological Park.