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Hotel Ruinas Resort, hotel in Huehuetenango

Hotel Ruinas Resort

Hotel in Huehuetenango

Offering an outdoor pool and a restaurant, Hotel Ruinas Resort is located just 1.1 mi from Huehuetenango main square. Free WiFi access is available in all areas.

7.9
Good
249 reviews
Price from$76.49per night
La Chacra de Joel Hotel, hotel in Huehuetenango

La Chacra de Joel Hotel

Huehuetenango

Offering a restaurant, La Chacra de Joel Hotel is located in Huehuetenango. This colonial-style hotel has beautiful gardens.

7.8
Good
19 reviews
Price from$44.79per night
Hotel Shinula, hotel in Huehuetenango

Hotel Shinula

Hotel in Huehuetenango

Hotel Shinula is located in Huehuetenango, 3.7 miles from Ruinas de Zaculeu. With free WiFi, this 3-star hotel offers a tour desk and luggage storage space. The hotel has family rooms.

7.8
Good
42 reviews
Price from$28.79per night
Hermoso Huehueloft2 con estacionamiento y wifi, hotel in Huehuetenango

Hermoso Huehueloft2 con estacionamiento y wifi

Huehuetenango

Featuring a garden, Hermoso Huehueloft2 con estacionamiento y wifi provides accommodations in Huehuetenango. This apartment offers free private parking, full-day security, and free Wifi.

9.3
Wonderful
34 reviews
Price from$41.46per night
HuehueLoft1 estacionamiento y wifi, hotel in Huehuetenango

HuehueLoft1 estacionamiento y wifi

Huehuetenango

HuehueLoft1 estacionamiento y wifi offers accommodations in Huehuetenango, 2.8 miles from Ruinas de Zaculeu. There's free private parking, and the property provides a paid airport shuttle service.

9.4
Wonderful
26 reviews
Price from$39.41per night
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What Guests Said About Huehuetenango:

  • 10

    Lots of wonderful places to discover.

    Lots of wonderful places to discover. We visit Chiantla, Los Cuchumatanes, Laguna Magdalena, Cenotes Candelaria and Río Lagartero. Everything is beautiful but, i have to say it, full with garbage. We spent some time picking the garbage up, but it is impossible to clean. It is so sad local people don´t take care of the nature wonders they have. Mirador Dieguez Olaverri was totally dirty and somebody (south American company - I heard) put a horrible electrical tower at that iconic place.
    Clau Vogel
    Guatemala
  • 8.0

    Very typical Guatemalan city, noise, diesel, and motorcycles...

    Very typical Guatemalan city, noise, diesel, and motorcycles everywhere. Plaza was great. Things to do and see,(Zaculeu and El Mirador are must sees). People were friendly and helpful. Walking the city was not a problem, but mobility a must. We ate local and at a bigger, more established restaurant. Both ewere great.
    Jon
    United States of America
  • 10

    As an American, I went to a boarding school 45 years ago.

    As an American, I went to a boarding school 45 years ago. I had not been back since. It has changed a lot (much bigger), but of all the places I traveled to, it was the most “normal” of them. It is not a tourist hot spot, but there are some MUST see things nearby. We did feel safe walking the town even after dark, although we used prudence. The Zakuleo ruins are worth a visit, but the highlight of my trip to Guatemala was going to Laguna de Magdalena. Way up in the mountains, it was a long very bumpy dirt road. Very slow going. Do not recommend going if it is raining (only because of the road), unless you have a truck. But the lagoon was totally surreal. One of the most magical places I have ever been.
    James
    United States of America