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Tikal National Park, 20001 Tikal – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.5/10! (score from 158 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Hotel Jaguar Inn Tikal.
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Hiking, Horseback Riding, Massage
Food & Drink
Free! WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free! Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), Tour Desk, Baggage Storage
2:00 PM - 9:00 PM
7:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 10 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
When booking more than 3 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Offering an outdoor pool and a restaurant, Hotel Jungle Lodge Tikal is located in the tropical destination of Tikal.
Score from 4 reviews Good
Offering an outdoor pool and a restaurant, Jungle Lodge Tikal Hostal is located in Tikal, just 1 km from the main square. It features free WiFi and beautiful tropical gardens.
Score from 12 reviews Very good
Location in the middle of the jungle, you hear wild animals at dawn, food was surprisingly good given that there are not many options around. Very knowledgeable and friendly guides.
No closet, warm water was not always available. Take into account the whole natural preserve has no cell phone coverage.
Obviously it has a great location being on the Tikal National Park. But honestly, once you hike/observe/spend the day at the ruins and you are back at the lodge, there is NOTHING to do. You are stuck in the national park.
The meals and drinks are over priced. The Wifi connection was horrid (if that matters to you). The staff is great, but they obviously contract out to tour guides and the guides were pushy. We hadn't even checked in at the counter when he was already pitching his tour. I do not feel the guides should be allowed on the hotel property. Surely they could have an area designated for them. It's the jungle, so be ready for huge insects - a roach was ON my tooth brush bristles.
The environment The helpful staff
Signs saying electricity only on for a few hours early eve so I didn't try a particular switch that did work when getting up at 3.30am until I was fully dressed - and successfully put my clothes on inside out!!
The staff was great and very friendly.
Both the room and the restaurant were too warn. The problem could be easily solved by installing windows adequate to the area (those with split glasses that allow the flow of air).
Proximity to Tikal (2 minute walk to ticket area). Restaurant on site. Free WIFI in restaurant. Staff members were great! Fan kept the room cool at night in August.
Not air conditioned. Check out was at noon, but before we officially checked out, staff had already cleaned our room not giving us the opportunity to shower before lunch. We were allowed to shower in another room that had not been cleaned yet. :)
Helpful managers Restaurant Fans at night Wifi Wildlife on grounds Hot water
Noisy guests (not fault of staff) Rooms could use more drawers/hooks for unpacking, drying towels, etc.
Great location. No electricity at night. Hot water for the shower till 9pm.
Expensive for Guatemala; no pool; lack of/wrong information (on the bus schedule, on what to bring on a tour, etc.); very bad internet connection. I had very loud neighboor and could hear their discussion through the wall.
The rooms are nice enough, as are the grounds but our favorite part was the staff, they bend over backwards for there customers and are genuinely happy to be of service! There restaurant is great too.
nothing we didnt like, but we would have LOVED and highly suggest, more comfortable chairs to relax on outside on the patio area!
It was great to be right next to Tikal. (5 min walk to the entrance) Very simple lodgings, hot water, clean, no AC, but has a fan. Very friendly staff. Right for the price.
Located right in Tikal. Good value for money.
The food was horrible and we think made us ill. The sheets in the room were not clean. The fly screens on the windows are not adequate to keep mosquitoes out and we were bitten everywhere. On our last day there, we booked a shuttle for $10 USD each back to Flores and it was actually a public bus that stopped 30 times and was extremely crowded and everyone else on the bus was only being charged $1-$2 dollars. Then the bus didn't even drop us off at hour hotel in Flores, it dropped us off at the dirty, crowded, unsafe bus terminal in the middle of nowhere. So we had to make it to our hotel in Flores on our own, so that was really disappointing.
It's right in the Tikal park and you can feel the jungle around you
Location is unbeatable! Such a unique hotel. Waking up to the sound of exotic birds is amazing.
The location. It's so nice to be right there when you can go to the temples before the tours and while I it's cool, then be out for late breakfast while it's hot, then back in for the afternoon until 6:00. We enjoyed hearing the wildlife all night, very tranquil. Our waiter (all of our meals we had Ronnie) was outstanding
Our second night there were some guests that kept walking back and forth in front of our room. It's not the hotel it was the guests that didn't get the tranquility and specialness of the place. Once we politely asked them to not be as loud they were very courteous.
Right next to the park. Friendly people, well kept facilities.
Very spartan. Some of the responsibility would be with the hotel (furnishings need to be updated, etc.) and some with the park/government (restricted electricity hours, restricted hot water, etc.). The Tikal area is wonderful and the country needs to recognize it and develop the infrastructure.
lovely modern room, very very comfortable bed. friendly staff. extremely clean. superb location.
The room was very comfortable.
Wifi only in the restaurant area.
location is very convenient for visting Tikal
BEDBUGS - we had to change rooms and both rooms had beds which were crawling with bed bugs. We did get a refund but the hotel needs to be more proactive at resolving the current infestation. I definitely got the impression that the hotel rests on its location to attract guests and doesn't do anything to make your stay plesent. The food is not good
Location next to ruins was great but it means that you have to organise transport from there which is a bit trickier than staying in Flores. Room was cosy but no TV or Fridge which we found in most other places which were half the price.
You had to pay for Internet! In this day and age, that is just money-grabbing by the hotel. Price was way too expensive for what you got. Stay in Flores and get transport to the ruins when you need to otherwise you don't have much choice for food or evening entertainment.
The rooms were spacious. The tour guide and driver were excellent. Food was good but lacked diversity.
Could be cleaner. Electricity sporadic. Ditto wiFi.
For dinner I had the chicken pita sandwich-extremely healthy. I appreciated this after a day in the park. There was hot water and electricity for longer hours than I anticipated. The location was excellent.
Some of the staff were helpful but there was one individual who I found less than helpful when it came to checking into my room. It would be helpful to have check in earlier during the day. It would be nice if they had prices/options a bit more compatible for lower budget travellers.
We stayed in Jaguar Inn for one night in April 2014. Room was very clean and comfortable and stuff very helpful. Will recommend it to all our friends.
The staff was friendly and helpful. The location is perfect. The hotel grounds are lovely.
The center window does not open.
It was just outside the Tikal park.
Expnsive for the facilities - lack of pool - costly taxi ride - when there is no bus transport - expensive food.
The staff is courteous and helpful. The rooms and group are clean. Hot water at specific times.
No wifi in rooms or grounds. Wifi only on the restaurant. Internet was spotty. The restaurant prices and cost of the room are all too expensive given what you receive. The rooms offer a bed and a table. The lamps didn't even work.
Best way to see Tikal is to stay overnight at the park - can walk to central plaza in 20 - 25 minutes through the jungle. Hotel simple but perfectly adequate and better than shuttling in from Flores or El Remate. Excellent restaurant and staff. Highly recommended.
Nothing - great place for 1-2 nights in Tikal.
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