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Featuring free WiFi and a restaurant, Eco-Hotel Mayachik offers pet-friendly accommodations in San Juan La Laguna, 9.9 mi from Panajachel. The trees, the eco toilet, the beds, the stove and the people.
Set on Guatemala’s Atitlán Lake, Eco Hotel Uxlabil Atitlán has a private jetty and offers free kayak use. All rooms have a balcony with lake views and breakfast is included. Complaints from previous reviewers should not discourage you from staying here. I stayed in a large and comfortable room overlooking the lake. I cannot endorse enough the kindness of the staff. They were so friendly and helpful. Internet reception is only available in the dining area but that truly helps one disconnect and enjoy life away from the big city. I liked the fact that the hotel is not in town. I was able go visit and shop in the other towns, go for dinner and drinks in San Pedro and come back to a very relaxing and quiet rest. The hotel's access involves going up rock steps, but it is not a long walk and even my mother who uses a cane, managed quite well. All in all, if you want a beautiful view, a quiet environment that includes birds singing to you in the morning, and an attentive staff, this is the place to stay in Lake Atitlan.
Featuring a garden and free WiFi, Posada Mana is located in San Juan La Laguna. At the inn, each room includes a desk. The rooms include a shared bathroom. The rooms have a closet. the host was awesome, Great dude. He let me stay in the room because I felt sick for the last day, even after official checkout time.
Casa ti utz is located in San Juan La Laguna and offers a garden and a terrace. With staff speaking Spanish and English, advice is available at the reception.
Cabin tzancucha is located in San Juan La Laguna. A grill is available on site and canoeing can be enjoyed within close proximity of the chalet.
Located in San Juan La Laguna, at the heart of san juan la laguna has accommodations with a garden, free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk, and room service.
Casa Kawoq is located in San Pedro La Laguna. Located on the beachfront, this property has a garden and free WiFi.
Located in San Pedro La Laguna, Hotel Don Pascual has a garden, shared lounge, terrace, and free WiFi. Guests at the hotel can enjoy an American breakfast. Great stay, very clean just out of town, nice and quiet.
Cristalinas Cafe, Hotel & Restaurant is located in San Pedro La Laguna, a 5-minute walk from Lake Atitlan. It includes free breakfast and free WiFi. Parking is also included. Good location, good price, great breakfast, great value
Located on the beachfront in San Pedro La Laguna, Casa Blanca - San Pedro has a garden. It's just 2 minutes away from the shuttles atom. It's really On the lake and there is a restaurant with verity of Plates
The place is beautiful, the roads are the worst. I thought my car was gonna break down (it's a 4*4 but with all the potholes and narrowed curves, after a couple miles I thought I might just go back to my previous location). It was beautiful and I enjoyed it but I'm not coming back. There are other towns by the lake that have beautiful hotels and scenery and as inexpensive as San Juan but with better roads and more transportation options.
Isolated, hard to access, no hot water - food acceptable but definitely NOT "gourmet" as some (suspicious) reviewers have written! For $75 a night you can find better eco hotels in other places on the lake - you also have no view of anything on the lake except the Indian's Nose.
We were so happy with our choice of villages on Lake Atitlan. The arts and crafts cooperatives would have won us over just by themselves, but the village is also a haven of peace and tranquility. The individual artists and artisans could not have been friendlier or more helpful, and possessed that remarkable balance of willingness to question with the willingness to share. Tuc-tucs travel connects to all parts of the town, and for 10Qs each to San Pedro. Our best meal/snack was at the Hotel Mayachik where Magda prepared the best fruit plate of our entire vacation. We also learned to paint in the Mayan birds eye style with Albino Yojcom at the Galeria de Arte Maya.