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Offering a garden and Atitlán Lake views, Arca de Noé is located in Santa Cruz La Laguna, 15 minutes’ by boat from Panajachel town center. Free Wi-Fi access in public areas is available. These rooms were comfortable and sparkling clean. What a view! Spent 3 hours with my book in a hammock overlooking the lake and the volcanos. Perfect temperature and service. The seating area and restaurant served great food and you could sit there to use the wifi as long as you liked. The staff were helpful, even with my pocito Español and tried to help in any way they could. Pretty difficult to be stressed there! Highly recommended.
Offering a restaurant, La Iguana Perdida is located in Santa Cruz La Laguna, right on Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. When I arrived I was greeted with a kiss on the cheek. The warmest welcome I’ve received in my 18mths+ travelling. I stayed in the budget dorm and it was quite basic but comfortable with extra blankets if needed. The common space with hammocks was my favourite place to sit and watch the day go by. The family dinners and bbq were top notch. Not to be missed. Delicious food and lots of it! Such a treat to sit at a long table and enjoy a meal with others. The staff were very friendly and welcoming. I didn’t venture far from the property, I was looking for an oasis to unwind, relax and read a book. This was it for sure!
Atitlan Sunset Lodge Apartments are located on the shores of Lake Atitlan in Santa Cruz La Laguna and boast excellent volcano views. Free Wi-Fi and kayak use are provided at this property. Everything was wonderful, specially the view! The owner and staff are super friendly. All the accomodations were excellent, you had everything you needed in the apartment. We got the chance to use the sauna and then jump right into the lake, it was amazing. Definetly a place to come back!
Located just outside Santa Cruz La Laguna, this hotel offers free Wi-Fi, an outdoor pool, views of Lake Atitlan and the 3 volcanoes beyond. Its Hummingbird spa has a gym and hot tub. The view from the entire property is breathtaking. The property amenities, staff and service outstanding.
Located in Santa Cruz La Laguna, Lake Front Suite features a restaurant, bar, garden, and free WiFi throughout the property. Really nice stay! We were only there for one night but it was a great place to relax by the lake. Location is right on the lake by the Kayak Adventure Center if you want to rent a paddleboard or kayak. The host lives on-site and is really nice/helpful. Very cute dogs live on the property. We walked to the neighboring town, Jaibalito really easily. Highly recommend staying here if you are looking to relax on the lake!
Featuring a restaurant, a garden, and a terrace, Lake View Cabin provides accommodations in Santa Cruz La Laguna with free WiFi and garden views. Decided to come here for my birthday and do a solo trip! Lee and Elaine are the best!!!! From scheduling multiple shuttles to giving me the best directions to reach their property, I cannot thank them enough! Thank you for a memorable birthday trip!
Located in Santa Cruz La Laguna, Lake Front Suite features a restaurant, bar, garden, and free WiFi throughout the property. Really nice stay! We were only there for one night but it was a great place to relax by the lake.
Featuring a garden, La Cabañita Escondida provides accommodations in Santa Cruz La Laguna with free WiFi and mountain views. The property features garden views and is 3.9 miles from Panajachel.
Featuring accommodations with a private pool, garden view and a balcony, El Suspiro is located in Santa Cruz La Laguna. The property has lake views and is 12 miles from Panajachel.
Located in Santa Cruz La Laguna in the Solola region, Casa Wenche has a terrace. Offering free WiFi, the property also has an outdoor swimming pool, a garden and barbecue facilities.
Boasting an outdoor swimming pool, a garden, and barbecue facilities, Casa Valdres features accommodations in Santa Cruz La Laguna with free WiFi and pool views.
On average, it costs $81 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Santa Cruz La Laguna for tonight. You'll pay around $107 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Santa Cruz La Laguna will cost around $189, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, 3-star hotels in Santa Cruz La Laguna cost $0 per night, and 4-star hotels in Santa Cruz La Laguna are $113 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Santa Cruz La Laguna can be found for $0 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Great people -- I had an awesome time visiting the town a couple different nights while staying down near the docks -- get a tuk-tuk up and walk back down --- no problems at all. Everyone treated me very kindly. I want to return as soon as I have the opportunity. Santa Cruz La Laguna is beautiful, safe, and the people are friendly.
Very small town with virtually nothing going on. It is very steep terrain so use a tuk-tuk to get up into town. Cecap has a great restaurant and gift shop but if you want to eat dinner out you must make a reservation by 3 or 5 PM depending on location ( there were like 3). If you are cooking your own food bring groceries with you from Pana or elsewhere, as the town is a food desert. The locals are about the nicest, warmest people you’d ever hope to meet. This is a wonderful tranquil base to explore all Lake Atitlan has to offer.
Interesting Mayan village high above the lake, friendly inhabitants, lots of healthy and approachable street dogs, and superb massage from Elaine at Elements Spa further west along beach. Difficult walking along beach due to crazy patchwork of concrete walkways, random stairways, ptotufing nails and elevation changes. Decent dinner at Colibi restaurant in Arce de Noe hotel.
Santa Cruz is a small village with excellent views that you need to work to get to (the hike up the hill to the village is steep). The folks that live there will double the price of whatever you buy, so be prepared to bargain. A good place to walk to to support the community (locally made goods and good restaurant with an amazing view) is CECAP (Cafe Sabor).
We took 2 different village tours. They were absolutely terrific filled with culture of the Mayan peoples of the western highlands. We saw first hand weaving, pottery, artistry, how chocolate is made, and numerous churches of Mayan and Catholic mix. We saw rituals also. Dina our guide was so knowledgable and her English superb. We would have prefered staying at least another 2 days one for just resting and another to take another tour with Pedro's tour agency, now called Volcan Tours.
The view from the entire property is breathtaking. The property amenities, staff and service outstanding.