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Tikal National Park, 20001 Tikal, Guatemala – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.4/10! (score from 189 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Hotel Jaguar Inn Tikal.
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Hiking, Horseback Riding, Massage
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed Lunches, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), Currency Exchange, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Designated Smoking Area
2:00 PM - 9:00 PM
7:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
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.
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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 24 reviews Very good
Offering an outdoor pool and a restaurant, Hotel Jungle Lodge Tikal is located in the tropical destination of Tikal.
Score from 15 reviews Very good
The location was amazing. I would recommend staying in the park if you want to visit the ruins more than one day...which is the only way to go!
The menu was very limited and a tad expensive.
The location is perfect and the staff is really kind. Erwin, the manager, speaks English fluently and was really helpful.
I called the reservation center and told them I would arrive very late. They forgot to tell the manager and we almost could not do the check-in, because the staff thought we would not come.
The location is perfect for visiting the park, especially if you're planning a sunset or sunrise tour. The entrance to the park is literally 5 minutes walk. The room was spacious and came with towels and basic toiletteries, plus we were lucky to have the best room with electricity 24 hours a day.
The restaurant is not very nice at all and quite pricey for what it is. Not really any other options in the area or shops where to buy food to eat in the room so you're stuck with it. There is a bar open till 9 and they do 1/2 hour 'happy hour', which is quite a short time. I ordered a vodka and orange for myself and my boyfriend as part of the promo and we can both swear it had no alchool in it, I pointed this out to the waiter/concierge who wouldn't even give me the benefit of the doubt and insisted it did have alchool in it, I just couldn't taste it because the drink was so sweet. We felt slightly offended and taken for a ride there. Generally the service at the bar/restaurant was rather slow.
VERY FRIENDLY staff with good English and had a great time. Would stay again. Right next to entrance. Literally.
Only problem we had was the bedding was damp which made it a little uncomfortable. Maybe just the humidity but thought id mention.
outside location..maybe our least favored hotel in guatemala. restaurant on site is overpriced(and served up the worst meal we've had after 2+ months in guatemala) no distinction between touts on street and staff.. aggressive selling tours not appreciated blood colored spots on towels damp sheets and towels in two different rooms (ie not dry) originally given single bed when reservation was for king (and after checking in early). we felt the staff/tout intentionally gave us their 'most difficult room to rent' 1st(we complained and another staff honored the reservation.
Really great location right in the park, very clean, friendly staff, jungle sounds, great value! I like that it is an Eco lodge with a small footprint on the environment. It really is a nice place to stay while visiting Tikal.
Just for information you should know hot water is from 6 to 9 in the morning and evening. Our bungalow was right next to guests who sat outside visiting and we could hear everything, but by 9 all lights are out so everyone goes to bed.
The sunrise hike is incredible. Stay in tikal and wake up at 3:30 am for an amazing experience!!
The staff was very friendly and helpful. The location is excellent. Is perfect when you have been walking all day and then just go to the hotel and rest. The rooms were very clean. We had 3 rooms and all of them were clean. You can hear animal noises at night. I would highly recommend this hotel
The food is a little expensive but it was pretty good. Also, when it rains, you have to be extra extra careful not to fall because the floors are too slippery. Not sure if using another material for the floors would help. Other than that the hotel is excellent.
The staff was absolutely fantastic. They did everything you could possibly think of and more. Top notch hotel for a cheap buck.
quality of sleep cesar as a guide, the best
location in the park was amazing
no wifi in the room
Aside from the fact that it is right by the entrance to Tikal National Park, the hotel is beautiful, the employees are kind and helpful, rooms were clean and spacious, and the food was delicious.
We stayed two nights in a private bungalow with a private bathroom at Jaguar Inn. The location is excellent, just 100m or so from the entrance to Tikal. The bungalow was nice, it had a hammock on the front verandah and a fan, large bed, desk in the bedroom and then a bathroom with shower and toilet at the back. There is a restaurant which we are all our meals at as there are not many options around and the food was good if a little pricey. Wifi is only available around the restaurant, not in the rooms. Overall we enjoyed our stay and got a great price via booking.com (half the rate on the hotel website)
There are only a few downsides to this place. The first is that due to its remote location it is not connected to the electricity grid so generates all its own power from solar. Accordingly electricity is only available during certain periods each day to charge devices etc. they told us hot water would only be available between 6 and 9 both am and pm but my gf had a shower out of these hours and still had hot water.
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.
The walls were very thin!
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
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