Panajachel Hotels

Panajachel is a traveler’s kind of city. Located right along the shoreline of beautiful Lake Atitlan, this city is perhaps more geared towards travelers than any other tourist destination in the country. Plenty of foreigners have either passed through or spent a bunch of time in Panajachel, and that fact is reflected in the array of tastes you will find at the city’s numerous restaurants. Replete with tour agencies, internet cafes and coffee bars, you can keep plenty busy in Panajachel. Panajachel hotels have something for every need, whether you are thinking upscale or just looking for an budget Panajachel Hostel. Consider the following selections for Panajachel Guatemala hotels and enjoy this picturesque city.

The Hotel Dos Mundos is a wonderful choice for full-service Panajachel Guatemala hotels, located on the city’s main street of Santander. Just a block from beautiful Lake Atitlan, paradise is just a short walk away. The Hotel Dos Mundos features a swimming pool, a restaurant, a café and a bar. The rooms here are not over the top, are well-decorated and have comfortable beds and lots of space. In the rooms, you will find a television, internet connection and a telephone. There is room service available and breakfast is included in the agreeable rates. Be sure to consult with the helpful staff who can help you make travel arrangements and find transportation to Guatemala City. Offering single, double and triple rooms, the Hotel Dos Mundos is perfect for couples or groups looking for an ideal Panajachel hotel at a good price. You can make reservations ahead of time online to secure one of the 21 rooms. If you are concerned about noise, try to book one of the rooms by the pool, as they are further from the main road.

For an upscale hotel overlooking stunning Lake Atitlan, you might consider the beautiful Atitlan Hotel for your stay in Panajachel. Located a bit away from the noise of town, you can take in the surrounding volcanoes in a tranquil setting. Speaking of settings, this place has some of the best grounds among Panajachel hotels, with ornate gardens that offer the ideal setting for a Panajachel wedding. Along a cobblestone path, you will find the lakeside “Ranchito”. This thatched-roof dwelling is perfect for celebrating an array of special celebrations. The elegant decor of this Spanish colonial-hacienda style will win you over the moment you walk in the door. Serving excellent food in their lovely restaurant, you might be tempted to eat all your meals here. You will also find a nice outdoor swimming pool here with incredible views, a sauna and a bar and lounge. The Atitlan Hotel also offers laundry service, child care services and high-speed internet in public areas. Among its 3 floors, you will find 62 rooms that range from single-room accommodations to master suites. Each room features a balcony, a cable satellite television, a telephone, and a hair dryer. Simply put, the Atitlan Hotel is one of the finer Panajachel hotels.

While staying in the aforementioned Panajachel Guatemala hotels rewards guests with some extra amenities and overall comfort, many budget travelers or backpackers might prefer instead to save some money by staying in a Panajachel hostel. Located near Panajachel, in the small village of San Pedro la Laguna is Trippy’s hostel, which is a communal environment that enjoys its own garden compound. Within walking distance of this almost Panajachel hostel, you will find some nice bars and restaurants. The hostel has a full kitchen for your use, and you can choose either a dorm bed or a private room. With dirt-cheap rates, it is hard to go wrong here, especially when you consider that a lot of interesting people pass through this cheap as can be option among area Panajachel hotels. There is a private bar at Trippy’s that is open to guests and a fun, artisan shop, where locals and travelers alike can create some crafts. In the hostel’s garden area, you will find a comfortable, open-air lounging area and the fire/barbecue pit is an excellent place to hang out at night. In the morning, you have the option to spend a small fee for fresh-squeezed orange juice and freshly baked bread. Coffee is available as well to help revive you after a busy evening spent with new friends. You can access Panajachel proper by taking one of the boats that travel the lake, and the views along the ride are almost priceless.



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