San Pedro, Peten, Guatemala Accommodations

Accommodations in San Pedro

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The SpaceAre you going to Tikal? We are to only 30 minutes away from the entrance of Tikal National Park, in a convenient point to 50 meter from lakeside. (Peten Itza Lake). we offer to you several tourist services in the area of mayan World. Our principal intention is to offer the major comfort in your trip through the Mayan empire, Petén, Tikal, Guatemala. We offer accommodation, food service, transportation, tours and general information. The whole variety of services to your disposition. Nice & clean rooms with: A/C, Private bathroom, hot water (most of the rooms), double beds, hammocks, fan, T.V. Lakeview Restaurant Our property and so El Remate village is simple not luxurious. It is very clean. Our beds and linens are clean and comfortable. If you want luxury, it is not for you. Please take in count that prices are according to the services we provide. While staying here with us, we welcome you to treat our home as your own while you are here. We live here in the property so we are available to assist you in whatever your need. Thank You for your consideration and interest. Sincerely, Delmy Guest AccessNice & clean rooms with: A/C, Private bathroom, hot water, double beds, hammocks, fan, T.V. We have to be honest with our guests, our rural setting poses some limitations that we cannot control, such as the internet connection. All internet providers in the area have bandwidth limits. For this reason we cannot allow guests to freely use (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), YouTube or o ther bandwidth-consuming applications. Internet suppliers provide a bad service that are out of our control. But if you need internet access for checking email, (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), or browse on the internet you can get the wifi password at the front desk. You would have to pay Q.15.00 a day, but take in count that is only 500 MB of download plan, if you exceed it we won't be able to give you more, unless you pay another Q.15.00 that is the plan cost, every 500 MB for Q.15.00 Please, do not feel that we take advantage of you, that is the real price. If you stay at our hotel, you will find in our community services such as: laundry service, travel agencies, restaurants, grocery store, local handicraft, public buses, ATM, exchange money among others. Interaction with GuestsSometimes I could be present, but the staff is in charge all day long to solve doubts or things guest may need. The NeighborhoodThe lake is located a few steps from our place, you can catch the bus just crossing the street. Our neighbors are other hotels and restaurants. We are located on main road to Tikal so it would be a little noisy during the day. Getting AroundPublic buses pass every 15 minutes across the street, and from the bus station in Santa Elena (Flores) leave every 15 minutes, from 7:00 AM - 5:00 after that hour you have to go at the old bus station where the last bus is at 7:00 p.m. I may suggest you to pay a tuc-tuc or taxi to take you to the old bus station if you don't feel sure to find it. :) Please visit our website to read more about how to get there. Other Things to Note*Drinking water is always provided free of charge.
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  • Smoking Allowed
  • Pets Allowed
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The SpacePlease check my other listings if you wish to reserve the whole property for up to 8 people. Now with Wi-Fi! - Beautiful house on the water with comfy beds and fully equipped kitchen. - Not accessible for wheelchairs and there are steps down to the house and down to the lake. - Located right on the lake, for people who want to relax in nature - Sometimes the road gets bad but 99% of the year you're ok with a normal car - Limited access to internet (500Mo a day, more than enough to browse and (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), not to stream movies or upload big files) as we don't have a landline nearby - 1 mile from basic shops, 20 miles from supermarket, bring your food if you want to cook THIS LISTING IS FOR ROOM 1, PRIVATE DOUBLE; PRIVATE BATH WITH AC PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: This is a waterfront property, with 30 meters of private beach over Lake Petén Itzá. There is a small thatched house with 2 bedrooms sharing one bathroom, a kitchen and pantry, and a separate unit with a bedroom, en-suite bathroom, summer kitchen and panoramic terrace. A gardener and a housekeeper come to clean and upkeep the property. My dog can go to another house if you have allergies/don’t like dogs. This part of Lake Petén Itzá is still wild and quiet, at night you will hear hawler monkeys and frogs, you can fish, hike in the jungle, etc. ROOM 1: Big room, about 20sqm 220sqft, plus en-suite bathroom with shower. This room has A/C. One queen size bed (Guatemalan queen size is a little smaller than US queen size, at 160cm), bedside tables and lots of space to store your things, desk, a dozen plugs to charge your laptops and phones. The bathroom has a walk-in closet, and the shower has hot water via an electric system, meaning the water is hot but not boiling hot. This room has huge 8 sqm French door that offers a gorgeous view over the lake. This is also the room with the most privacy of the property. KITCHEN: You will have access to a fully equipped kitchen, with a gas oven and hob, big fridge and chest freezer. There is also an open air kitchen that you can use to barbecue and eat outside. PANORAMIC TERRACE: We have a nice panoramic terrace overlooking the lake, ideal to rest after a day exploring ruins. BEACH AND DECK: The private beach is 30 meters wide, it has a deck with a couple of hammocks, and the water is generally crystal clear, it gets a bit muddy on the rainy days. The best sunsets are from October to February. The lake is around 30 degrees/80F year round so you can swim at any time. It is safe for kids. GETTING THERE / AMENITIES It is better if you have your own vehicle, at the moment (June 16) the road is in good shape, it gets bad with the rains around September but safe for a few days per year you can access with a normal car. Otherwise by public bus, there are 6 buses a day from Flores to San Pedro, or you can take a microbus hourly from Flores to San José, 6 miles away, and hire a tuktuk from there. It takes about 40 minutes by car to go to Flores and one hour to Tikal, 1 hour by bus to go to Flores, we can book you a tour to Tikal but there are no public buses where we are that will take you there. You can take a bus to Flores, then to Tikal if you prefer. Our village is small and you will find basic shops that sell a few fruits, vegetables, dry goods and drinks. The nearest supermarket where you will find more choice is 20 miles/30km away. We recommend you bring your food on arrival if you like to cook. MEALS We can provide meals for you as well. The rate is $4 for breakfast, $10 for dinner. We can prepare vegetarian meals too. INTERNET We have no landline to get fast internet, so we use a USB modem to connect to the internet, and the quality of connection varies greatly from day to day. The wifi works in a 5 meter radius of where you plug it, so if you are on your own you can take it to your room, otherwise it will be in the living room for all to use. It has a data limit of 500Mo a day per 24 hour and when it is up you can purchase more credit or we will put a new plan the next day. Getting AroundThe easiest way for you to come is with your own vehicle. Sometimes during the rainy months the road is pretty bad, and a small 4WD is better, although the road usually gets fixed quickly and normal cars can use it 99% of the year. There is a public bus 4 times a day from Flores to San Pedro, otherwise there are minivans every half hour to San José, then you can hitch to San Pedro or we also offer pickup service. From Belize, Tikal and El Remate, you would have to do a bus change in Flores, or take the North road around the lake hitching one of the many pickup trucks that carry locals. There is no set schedule for those. The last bus from Flores to San Pedro is at 6pm, arriving shortly past 7pm. It stops in front of our house if you ask them to.
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  • Smoking Allowed
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceOn the shores of lake Petén Itzá, sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms (8 in 4 bedrooms for an extra fee), two with ensuite, the other two share a bath. Ideal for families and friends. Private deck and beach. We have a total of 3 rooms to rent (4 bedrooms for an extra fee), by the room or you can rent the entire property. Please check my other listings if you wish to reserve just a room. Now with Wi-Fi! - Non accessible for wheelchairs and there are steps down to the house and down to the lake. - Located right on the lake, for people who want to relax in nature - Sometimes the road gets bad but 99% of the year you're ok with a normal car - Limited access to internet (500Mo a day, more than enough to browse and (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), not to stream movies or upload big files) as we don't have a landline nearby - 1 mile from basic shops, 20 miles from supermarket, bring your food if you want to cook) PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: This is a waterfront property, with 30 meters of private beach over Lake Petén Itzá. There is a small thatched house with 2 bedrooms sharing one bathroom, a kitchen and pantry, and a separate unit with a bedroom, en-suite bathroom, summer kitchen and panoramic terrace. I generally live there, so if you rent a room I will be there too. If you rent the whole property while I am traveling, there will be a gardener and a maid coming to clean and upkeep the property. This part of Lake Petén Itzá is still wild and quiet, at night you will hear hawler monkeys and frogs, you can fish, hike in the jungle, etc. We also have a chicken coop on the property. They will be there even if we are not but the handyman will feed them, so no work is required on your side. Just know they are there. ROOM 1: Big room, about 20sqm 220sqft, plus en-suite bathroom with shower. This room has A/C. One queen size bed (Guatemalan queen size is a little smaller than US queen size, at 160cm), bedside tables and lots of space to store your things, desk, a dozen plugs to charge your laptops and phones. The bathroom has a walk-in closet, and the shower has hot water via an electric system, meaning the water is hot but not boiling hot. This room has huge 8 sqm French door that offers a gorgeous view over the lake. This is also the room with the most privacy of the property. ROOM 2: Same as room 1, queen bed, AC, private bath, it is a bit smaller but has its own outside living area with sofa and table and hammock. ROOM 3: This is a medium room, about 12 sqm, 125 sqft, with a big wardrobe, two single beds and a bedside table. I has a partial lake view and you see the garden as well. The room has no A/C, we can provide a fan if nights are hot. All the windows are closed by mosquito nets. It is a simple, clean room with a couple of plugs too if you need to charge things. The room shares a bathroom with room 4, although it is quite unlikely that we would rent both room to different travelers, so you would either share it with your family, or have it to yourself. The bathroom has an electric shower, meaning the water is hot but not super hot. Compared to most Guatemalan showers it is above average, but quite simple by Western standards. ROOM 4: This is a small room, about 8sqm, 80sqft, with a double bed that is 140cm wide, a desk and a couple of bedside tables. It has no view, because its two windows that are mosquito nets are over the corridor that leads to room 3, so you can see partially the lake and garden but through that double mosquito net from the room’s windows and the corridor. It has weaved carpets on the ceiling to keep it fresh and is the freshest room of all, when you don’t count the A/C in room 1. It has a couple of plugs for your things, and you can store your belonging in the desk’s drawers but it does not have a formal wardrobe. Room 3 shares a bathroom with room 4, see above for description. KITCHEN: If you rent by the room, you will have access to the little house’s kitchen, with a gas oven and hob, big fridge and chest freezer. If you rent the whole property, there is also an open air kitchen on the roof of room 1 that you can use to barbecue and eat outside. PANORAMIC TERRACE: We have a nice panoramic terrace overlooking the lake, ideal to rest, there is a hammock, a bean bag, and a table big enough to sit 12 people. BEACH AND DECK: The private beach is 30 meters wide, it has a deck with a couple of hammocks, and the water is generally crystal clear, it gets a bit muddy on the rainy days. The best sunsets are from October to February. The lake is around 30 degrees/80F year round so you can swim at any time. GETTING THERE / AMENITIES It is better if you have your own vehicle, at the moment (April 2015) the road is in good shape, it gets bad with the rains around September but safe for a few days per year you can access with a normal car. Otherwise by public bus, there are 4 buses a day from Flores to San Pedro, or you can take a microbus hourly from Flores to San José, 6 miles away, and hire a tuktuk from there. It takes about 40 minutes by car to go to Flores and one hour to Tikal, 1 hour by bus to go to Flores, we can book you a tour to Tikal but there are no public buses where we are that will take you there. You can take a bus to Flores, then to Tikal if you prefer. Our village is small and you will find basic shops that sell a few fruits, vegetables, dry goods and drinks. The nearest supermarket where you will find more choice is 20 miles/30km away. We recommend you bring your food on arrival if you like to cook. MEALS We can provide meals for you as well. The rate is $4 for breakfast, $10 for dinner. We can prepare vegetarian meals too. INTERNET We have no landline to get fast internet, so we use a USB modem to connect to the internet, and the quality of connection varies greatly from day to day. The wifi works in a 5 meter radius of where you plug it, so if you are on your own you can take it to your room, otherwise it will be in the living room for all to use. It has a data limit of 500Mo a day per 24 hour and when it is up you can purchase more credit or we will put a new plan the next day. Tenemos internet con modem USB y les podemos prestar una computadora si no tienen. No hay inalámbrico. Ofrecemos servicio de desayuno por Q30 y cena por Q80. También chofer a Tikal por Q400 y Yaxhá Q500 con un minibus para hasta 8 personas. If you rent the entire property, we may not be on site, but we have a full time staff for maintenance that is here Monday to Saturday noon. We have built a separate unit on the land where we may be staying while you rent the main house. Es un lugar tranquilo, en medio de la selva. No hay vecinos, el pueblo está a 800 metros, se puede ir caminando, hay tiendas básicas, una playa pública y un campo de fut. The easiest way for you to come is with your own vehicle. Sometimes during the rainy months the road is pretty bad, and a small 4WD is better, although the road usually gets fixed quickly and normal cars can use it 99% of the year. There is a public bus 4 times a day from Flores to San Pedro, otherwise there are minivans every half hour to San José, then you can hitch to San Pedro or we also offer pickup service. From Belize, Tikal and El Remate, you would have to do a bus change in Flores, or take the North road around the lake hitching one of the many pickup trucks that carry locals. There is no set schedule for those. The last bus from Flores to San Pedro is at 6pm, arriving shortly past 7pm. It stops in front of our house if you ask them to. Guest AccessTenemos internet con modem USB y les podemos prestar una computadora si no tienen. No hay inalámbrico. Ofrecemos servicio de desayuno por Q30 y cena por Q80. También chofer a Tikal por Q400 y Yaxhá Q500 con un minibus para hasta 8 personas. Interaction with GuestsIf you rent the entire property, we may not be on site, but we have a full time staff for maintenance that is here Monday to Saturday noon. We have built a separate unit on the land where we may be staying while you rent the main house. The NeighborhoodEs un lugar tranquilo, en medio de la selva. No hay vecinos, el pueblo está a 800 metros, se puede ir caminando, hay tiendas básicas, una playa pública y un campo de fut. Getting AroundThe easiest way for you to come is with your own vehicle. Sometimes during the rainy months the road is pretty bad, and a small 4WD is better, although the road usually gets fixed quickly and normal cars can use it 99% of the year. There is a public bus 4 times a day from Flores to San Pedro, otherwise there are minivans every half hour to San José, then you can hitch to San Pedro or we also offer pickup service. From Belize, Tikal and El Remate, you would have to do a bus change in Flores, or take the North road around the lake hitching one of the many pickup trucks that carry locals. There is no set schedule for those. The last bus from Flores to San Pedro is at 6pm, arriving shortly past 7pm. It stops in front of our house if you ask them to.
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The SpaceGucumatz Lakeside Inn is situated on the shore of beautiful Lake Petén Itzá just five kilometers from the small town of San José and seven hundred meters before reaching the village of San Pedro. The Inn has beautiful tropical gardens, eight bedrooms for guests all with private bathrooms and terrace looking out onto the gardens and lake. All are decorated in colorful Guatemalan style. There is a large sitting room with local literature and book exchange containing a superb collection of masks, handmade furniture and handicraft brought from all over the country. Adjoining this room is a games room with a table for eight people and a variety of table games. This room houses a small museum and is also suitable for meetings and/or classes. We have an open-air bar with hammock, ping-pong and table football. Guest AccessThe beach area has ample space for relaxing, reading and swimming. The water is clean transparent and warm all year round. Kayaks are available free for the use of our guests. Interaction with GuestsWe offer a typical Guatemalan breakfast from 7.30 to 9.30 for Q40 and dinner at 19.00 for Q100. We do not provide lunch but can recommend alternative restaurants in San José for those who remain here during the day. We are available to help you organize your excursions to Tikal (41 kms), Yaxhá (55 kms) and elsewhere as well as make reservations for your onward journey to Guatemala City, Belize, Mexico or Semuc Champey. The NeighborhoodSan Pedro is our nearest village (700 mts). Inhabitants there are both Spanish speaking and Quecchí origen. The men work cultivating the land, and a few find jobs in construction or as watchmen. Very few women have jobs and most teenagers who wish to study need to help at home during the week and go to school at the weekend. It is a poor village but people are friendly and helpful and always willing to receive foreigners. The children are especially affectionate and open and love to chat or play games with visitors. If you are adventurous, staying long enough or traveling in a group, sharing your skills with the locals, specially the women and children, can be extremely rewarding (music, story-telling, games or sports, art work or needle work if you can bring the materials, are very successful. For those who are really solidary and wish to give up some of their holiday time there are larger more serious projects. For example, for a very small outlay, you and your friends or family can paint the local clinic, school or meeting hall, or help lay a concrete floor in one of the poorer homes. We have had volunteers from all walks of life and are open to and grateful for whatever aid is available. Getting AroundBuses from Santa Elena (Flores) to San Pedro leave punctually from “LA TRANCA” (the central square of the OLD market in Santa Elena) at 10 am, 12 noon, 4 pm, 5 pm and 6 pm. They will drop you off and pick you up at the door of Gucumatz Lakeside Inn. From San Pedro to Santa Elena they depart at 5.30 am, 6.30 am, 7.30 am, 11.30 am and 2.30 pm. The price to Santa Elena is Q14 and Q5 to San José (Reduced services on Sundays and holidays). There are also microbuses from “LA TRANCA” to San José about every 20 mins. And from there guests can take a tuk-tuk to Gucumatz Lakeside Inn. We are 5 kms from San José going towards San Pedro. The name Gucumatz is clearly marked on the gate. If I am in town I may be able to pick you up from the airport. If not I can book you a taxi to or from the airport for Q200. Other Things to NoteCookery classes are available in a local home for those of you who wish to try making tamales, refried black beans or the famous chicken broth and sharing the meal with the cook´s family (price Q70 plus ingredients). Horse back riding and hiking are other activities we can organize for you. Guests will have the perfect opportunity to take Spanish classes and put their existing knowledge into practice during their stay here.
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The SpaceGucumatz Lakeside Inn is situated on the shore of beautiful Lake Petén Itzá just five kilometers from the small town of San José and seven hundred meters before reaching the village of San Pedro. The Inn has beautiful tropical gardens, eight bedrooms for guests all with private bathrooms and terrace looking out onto the gardens and lake. All are decorated in colorful Guatemalan style. There is a large sitting room with local literature and book exchange containing a superb collection of masks, handmade furniture and handicraft brought from all over the country. Adjoining this room is a games room with a table for eight people and a variety of table games. This room houses a small museum and is also suitable for meetings and/or classes. We have an open-air bar with hammock, ping-pong and table football. Guest AccessThe beach area has ample space for relaxing, reading and swimming. The water is clean, transparent and warm all year round. Kayaks are available free for the use of our guests. Interaction with GuestsWe offer a typical Guatemalan breakfast from 7.30 to 9.30 for Q40 and dinner at 19.00 for Q100. We do not provide lunch but can recommend alternative restaurants in San José for those who remain here during the day. We are available to help you organize your excursions to Tikal (41 kms), Yaxhá (55 kms) and elsewhere as well as make reservations for your onward journey to Guatemala City, Belize, Mexico or Semuc Champey. The NeighborhoodSan Pedro is our nearest village (700 mts). Inhabitants there are both Spanish speaking and Quecchí origen. The men work cultivating the land, and a few find jobs in construction or as watchmen. Very few women have jobs and most teenagers who wish to study need to help at home during the week and go to school at the weekend. It is a poor village but people are friendly and helpful and always willing to receive foreigners. The children are especially affectionate and open and love to chat or play games with visitors. If you are adventurous, staying long enough or traveling in a group, sharing your skills with the locals, specially the women and children, can be extremely rewarding (music, story-telling, games or sports, art work or needle work if you can bring the materials, are very successful. For those who are really solidary and wish to give up some of their holiday time there are larger more serious projects. For example, for a very small outlay, you and your friends or family can paint the local clinic, school or meeting hall, or help lay a concrete floor in one of the poorer homes. We have had volunteers from all walks of life and are open to and grateful for whatever aid is available. Getting AroundBuses from Santa Elena (Flores) to San Pedro leave punctually from “LA TRANCA” (the central square of the OLD market in Santa Elena) at 10 am, 12 noon, 4 pm, 5 pm and 6 pm. They will drop you off and pick you up at the door of Gucumatz Lakeside Inn. From San Pedro to Santa Elena they depart at 5.30 am, 6.30 am, 7.30 am, 11.30 am and 2.30 pm. The price to Santa Elena is Q14 and Q5 to San José (Reduced services on Sundays and holidays). There are also microbuses from “LA TRANCA” to San José about every 20 mins. And from there guests can take a tuk-tuk to Gucumatz Lakeside Inn. We are 5 kms from San José going towards San Pedro. The name Gucumatz is clearly marked on the gate. If I am in town I may be able to pick you up from the airport. If not I can book you a taxi to or from the airport for Q200. Other Things to NoteCookery classes are available in a local home for those of you who wish to try making tamales, refried black beans or the famous chicken broth and sharing the meal with the cook´s family (price Q70 plus ingredients). Horse back riding and hiking are other activities we can organize for you. Guests will have the perfect opportunity to take Spanish classes and put their existing knowledge into practice during their stay here.
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The SpaceAre you going to Tikal? We are to only 30 minutes away from the entrance of Tikal National Park, in a convenient point to 50 meter from lakeside. (Peten Itza Lake). we offer to you several tourist services in the area of mayan World. Our principal intention is to offer the major comfort in your trip through the Mayan empire, Petén, Tikal, Guatemala. We offer accommodation, food service, transportation, tours and general information. The whole variety of services to your disposition. Nice & clean rooms with: A/C, Private bathroom, hot water (most of the rooms), double beds, hammocks, fan, T.V. Lakeview Restaurant Our property and so El Remate village is simple not luxurious. It is very clean. Our beds and linens are clean and comfortable. If you want luxury, it is not for you. Please take in count that prices are according to the services we provide. While staying here with us, we welcome you to treat our home as your own while you are here. We live here in the property so we are available to assist you in whatever your need. Thank You for your consideration and interest. Sincerely, Delmy Guest AccessNice & clean rooms with: A/C, Private bathroom, hot water, double beds, hammocks, fan, T.V. We have to be honest with our guests, our rural setting poses some limitations that we cannot control, such as the internet connection. All internet providers in the area have bandwidth limits. For this reason we cannot allow guests to freely use (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), YouTube or o ther bandwidth-consuming applications. Internet suppliers provide a bad service that are out of our control. But if you need internet access for checking email, (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), or browse on the internet you can get the wifi password at the front desk, you would have to pay Q.15.00 a day, but take in count that is only 500 MB of download plan, if you exceed it we won't be able to give you more, unless you pay another Q.15.00 that is the plan cost, every 500 MB for Q.15.00 Please, do not feel that we take advantage of you, that is the real price. If you stay at our hotel, you will find in our community services such as: laundry service, travel agencies, restaurants, grocery store, local handicraft, public buses, ATM, exchange money among others. Interaction with GuestsSometimes I could be present, but there are other people in charge of solve doubts or things guest may need. The NeighborhoodThe lake is located a few steps from our place, you can catch the bus just crossing the street. Our neighbors are other hotels and restaurants. We are located on main road to Tikal so it would be a little noisy during the day. Getting AroundPublic buses pass every 15 minutes across the street, and from the bus station in Santa Elena (Flores) leave every 15 minutes, from 7:00 AM - 5:00 after that hour you have to go at the old bus station where the last bus is at 7:00 p.m. I may suggest you to pay a tuc-tuc or taxi to take you to the old bus station if you don't feel sure to find it. :) Other Things to Note*Drinking water is always provided free of charge.
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The SpaceAre you going to Tikal? We are to only 30 minutes away from the entrance of Tikal National Park, in a convenient point to 50 meter from lakeside. (Peten Itza Lake). we offer to you several tourist services in the area of mayan World. Our principal intention is to offer the major comfort in your trip through the Mayan empire, Petén, Tikal, Guatemala. We offer accommodation, food service, transportation, tours and general information. The whole variety of services to your disposition. Nice & clean rooms with: A/C, Private bathroom, hot water (most of the rooms), double beds, hammocks, fan, T.V. Lakeview Restaurant Our property and so El Remate village is simple not luxurious. It is very clean. Our beds and linens are clean and comfortable. If you want luxury, it is not for you. Please take in count that prices are according to the services we provide. While staying here with us, we welcome you to treat our home as your own while you are here. We live here in the property so we are available to assist you in whatever your need. Thank You for your consideration and interest. Sincerely, Delmy Guest AccessNice & clean rooms with: A/C, Private bathroom, hot water, double beds, hammocks, fan, T.V. We have to be honest with our guests, our rural setting poses some limitations that we cannot control, such as the internet connection. All internet providers in the area have bandwidth limits. For this reason we cannot allow guests to freely use (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), YouTube or o ther bandwidth-consuming applications. Internet suppliers provide a bad service that are out of our control. But if you need internet access for checking email, (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), or browse on the internet you can get the wifi password at the front desk, you would have to pay Q.15.00 a day, but take in count that is only 500 MB of download plan, if you exceed it we won't be able to give you more, unless you pay another Q.15.00 that is the plan cost, every 500 MB for Q.15.00 Please, do not feel that we take advantage of you, that is the real price. If you stay at our hotel, you will find in our community services such as: laundry service, travel agencies, restaurants, grocery store, local handicraft, public buses, ATM, exchange money among others. Interaction with GuestsSometimes I could be present, but the staff is in charge all day long to solve doubts or things guest may need. The NeighborhoodThe lake is located a few steps from our place, you can catch the bus just crossing the street. Our neighbors are other hotels and restaurants. We are located on main road to Tikal so it would be a little noisy during the day. Getting AroundPublic buses pass every 15 minutes across the street, and from the bus station in Santa Elena (Flores) leave every 15 minutes, from 7:00 AM - 5:00 after that hour you have to go at the old bus station where the last bus is at 7:00 p.m. I may suggest you to pay a tuc-tuc or taxi to take you to the old bus station if you don't feel sure to find it. :) Please visit our website to read more about how to get there. Other Things to NoteThere is an ATM nearby, laundry service in town. *Drinking water is always provided free of charge.
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The SpaceAre you going to Tikal? We are to only 30 minutes away from the entrance of Tikal National Park, in a convenient point to 50 meter from lakeside. (Peten Itza Lake). we offer to you several tourist services in the area of mayan World. Our principal intention is to offer the major comfort in your trip through the Mayan empire, Petén, Tikal, Guatemala. We offer accommodation, food service, transportation, tours and general information. The whole variety of services to your disposition. Nice & clean rooms with: A/C, Private bathroom, hot water (most of the rooms), double beds, hammocks, fan, T.V. Lakeview Restaurant Our property and so El Remate village is simple not luxurious. It is very clean. Our beds and linens are clean and comfortable. If you want luxury, it is not for you. Please take in count that prices are according to the services we provide. While staying here with us, we welcome you to treat our home as your own while you are here. We live here in the property so we are available to assist you in whatever your need. Thank You for your consideration and interest. Sincerely, Delmy Guest AccessNice & clean rooms with: A/C, Private bathroom, hot water, double beds, hammocks, fan, T.V. We have to be honest with our guests, our rural setting poses some limitations that we cannot control, such as the internet connection. All internet providers in the area have bandwidth limits. For this reason we cannot allow guests to freely use (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), YouTube or o ther bandwidth-consuming applications. Internet suppliers provide a bad service that are out of our control. But if you need internet access for checking email, (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), or browse on the internet you can get the wifi password at the front desk. You would have to pay Q.15.00 a day, but take in count that is only 500 MB of download plan, if you exceed it we won't be able to give you more, unless you pay another Q.15.00 that is the plan cost, every 500 MB for Q.15.00 Please, do not feel that we take advantage of you, that is the real price. If you stay at our hotel, you will find in our community services such as: laundry service, travel agencies, restaurants, grocery store, local handicraft, public buses, ATM, exchange money among others. Interaction with GuestsSometimes I could be present, but the staff is in charge all day long to solve doubts or things guest may need. The NeighborhoodThe lake is located a few steps from our place, you can catch the bus just crossing the street. Our neighbors are other hotels and restaurants. We are located on main road to Tikal so it would be a little noisy during the day. Getting AroundPublic buses pass every 15 minutes across the street, and from the bus station in Santa Elena (Flores) leave every 15 minutes, from 7:00 AM - 5:00 after that hour you have to go at the old bus station where the last bus is at 7:00 p.m. I may suggest you to pay a tuc-tuc or taxi to take you to the old bus station if you don't feel sure to find it. :) Please visit our website to read more about how to get there. Other Things to Note*Drinking water is always provided free of charge
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The SpaceAre you going to Tikal? We are to only 30 minutes away from the entrance of Tikal National Park, in a convenient point to 50 meter from lakeside. (Peten Itza Lake). we offer to you several tourist services in the area of mayan World. Our principal intention is to offer the major comfort in your trip through the Mayan empire, Petén, Tikal, Guatemala. We offer accommodation, food service, transportation, tours and general information. The whole variety of services to your disposition. Nice & clean rooms with: A/C, Private bathroom, hot water (most of the rooms), double beds, hammocks, fan, T.V. Lakeview Restaurant Our property and so El Remate village is simple not luxurious. It is very clean. Our beds and linens are clean and comfortable. If you want luxury, it is not for you. Please take in count that prices are according to the services we provide. While staying here with us, we welcome you to treat our home as your own while you are here. We live here in the property so we are available to assist you in whatever your need. Thank You for your consideration and interest. Sincerely, Delmy Guest AccessNice & clean rooms with: A/C, Private bathroom, hot water, double beds, hammocks, fan, T.V. We have to be honest with our guests, our rural setting poses some limitations that we cannot control, such as the internet connection. All internet providers in the area have bandwidth limits. For this reason we cannot allow guests to freely use (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), YouTube or o ther bandwidth-consuming applications. Internet suppliers provide a bad service that are out of our control. But if you need internet access for checking email, (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), or browse on the internet you can get the wifi password at the front desk. You would have to pay Q.15.00 a day, but take in count that is only 500 MB of download plan, if you exceed it we won't be able to give you more, unless you pay another Q.15.00 that is the plan cost, every 500 MB for Q.15.00 Please, do not feel that we take advantage of you, that is the real price. If you stay at our hotel, you will find in our community services such as: laundry service, travel agencies, restaurants, grocery store, local handicraft, public buses, ATM, exchange money among others. Interaction with GuestsSometimes I could be present, but the staff is in charge all day long to solve doubts or things guest may need. The NeighborhoodThe lake is located a few steps from our place, you can catch the bus just crossing the street. Our neighbors are other hotels and restaurants. We are located on main road to Tikal so it would be a little noisy during the day. Getting AroundPublic buses pass every 15 minutes across the street, and from the bus station in Santa Elena (Flores) leave every 15 minutes, from 7:00 AM - 5:00 after that hour you have to go at the old bus station where the last bus is at 7:00 p.m. I may suggest you to pay a tuc-tuc or taxi to take you to the old bus station if you don't feel sure to find it. :) Please visit our website to read more about how to get there. Other Things to Note*Drinking water is always provided free of charge.
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The SpaceGucumatz Lakeside Inn is situated on the shore of beautiful Lake Petén Itzá just five kilometers from the small town of San José and seven hundred meters before reaching the village of San Pedro. The Inn has beautiful tropical gardens, eight bedrooms for guests all with private bathrooms and terrace looking out onto the gardens and lake. All are decorated in colorful Guatemalan style. There is a large sitting room with local literature and book exchange containing a superb collection of masks, handmade furniture and handicraft brought from all over the country. Adjoining this room is a games room with a table for eight people and a variety of table games. This room houses a small museum and is also suitable for meetings and/or classes. We have an open-air bar with hammock, ping-pong and table football. Guest AccessThe beach area has ample space for relaxing, reading and swimming. The water is clean, transparent and warm all year round. Kayaks are available free for the use of our guests. Interaction with GuestsWe offer a typical Guatemalan breakfast from 7.30 to 9.30 for Q40 and dinner at 19.00 for Q100. We do not provide lunch but can recommend alternative restaurants in San José for those who remain here during the day. We are available to help you organize your excursions to Tikal (41 kms), Yaxhá (55 kms) and elsewhere as well as make reservations for your onward journey to Guatemala City, Belize, Mexico or Semuc Champey. The NeighborhoodSan Pedro is our nearest village (700 mts). Inhabitants there are both Spanish speaking and Quecchí origen. The men work cultivating the land, and a few find jobs in construction or as watchmen. Very few women have jobs and most teenagers who wish to study need to help at home during the week and go to school at the weekend. It is a poor village but people are friendly and helpful and always willing to receive foreigners. The children are especially affectionate and open and love to chat or play games with visitors. If you are adventurous, staying long enough or traveling in a group, sharing your skills with the locals, specially the women and children, can be extremely rewarding (music, story-telling, games or sports, art work or needle work if you can bring the materials, are very successful. For those who are really solidary and wish to give up some of their holiday time there are larger more serious projects. For example, for a very small outlay, you and your friends or family can paint the local clinic, school or meeting hall, or help lay a concrete floor in one of the poorer homes. We have had volunteers from all walks of life and are open to and grateful for whatever aid is available. Getting AroundBuses from Santa Elena (Flores) to San Pedro leave punctually from “LA TRANCA” (the central square of the OLD market in Santa Elena) at 10 am, 12 noon, 4 pm, 5 pm and 6 pm. They will drop you off and pick you up at the door of Gucumatz Lakeside Inn. From San Pedro to Santa Elena they depart at 5.30 am, 6.30 am, 7.30 am, 11.30 am and 2.30 pm. The price to Santa Elena is Q14 and Q5 to San José (Reduced services on Sundays and holidays). There are also microbuses from “LA TRANCA” to San José about every 20 mins. And from there guests can take a tuk-tuk to Gucumatz Lakeside Inn. We are 5 kms from San José going towards San Pedro. The name Gucumatz is clearly marked on the gate. If I am in town I may be able to pick you up from the airport. If not I can book you a taxi to or from the airport for Q200. Other Things to NoteCookery classes are available in a local home for those of you who wish to try making tamales, refried black beans or the famous chicken broth and sharing the meal with the cook´s family (price Q70 plus ingredients). Horse back riding and hiking are other activities we can organize for you. Guests will have the perfect opportunity to take Spanish classes and put their existing knowledge into practice during their stay here.
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On the shores of lake Petén Itzá, sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms, two with ensuite, the other two share a bath. Ideal for families and friends. Private deck and beach, free Wi-Fi. We are 40 minutes from Tikal and Flores, on the North shore of the lake. This is a waterfront property, with 30 meters of private beach over Lake Petén Itzá. There is a small thatched house with 2 bedrooms sharing one bathroom, a kitchen and pantry, and a separate unit with a bedroom, en-suite bathroom, summer kitchen and panoramic terrace. We (Pauline from France and Victor from Guatemala) generally live there, so if you rent a room we will be there too. If you rent the whole property while we are traveling, there will be a gardener and a maid coming to clean and upkeep the property. This part of Lake Petén Itzá is still wide and quiet, at night you will hear hawling monkeys and frogs, you can fish, hike in the jungle, etc. We also have a chicken coop, a couple of turkeys, ducks and geese on the property. They will be there even if we are not but the handyman will feed them, so no work is required on your side. Just know they are there. ROOM 1: Big room, about 20sqm 220sqft, plus en-suite bathroom with shower. This room has A/C. One queen size bed (Guatemalan queen size is a little smaller than US queen size, at 160cm), bedside tables and lots of space to store your things, desk, a dozen plugs to charge your laptops and phones. The bathroom has a walk-in closet, and the shower has hot water via an electric system, meaning the water is hot but not boiling hot. This room has huge 8 sqm French door that offers a gorgeous view over the lake. This is also the room with the most privacy of the property. ROOM 2: 150sqft This room has A/C. One queen size bed (Guatemalan queen size is a little smaller than US queen size, at 160cm), bedside tables and lots of space to store your things, desk, a dozen plugs to charge your laptops and phone. Has its own private resting hammock and sofa area Room3 This is a medium room, about 12 sqm, 125 sqft, with a big wardrobe, two single beds and a bedside table. I has a partial lake view and you see the garden as well. The room has no A/C, we can provide a fan if nights are hot. All the windows are closed by mosquito nets. It is a simple, clean room with a couple of plugs too if you need to charge things. The room shares a bathroom with room 4, although it is quite unlikely that we would rent both room to different travelers, so you would either share it with your family, or have it to yourself. The bathroom has an electric shower, meaning the water is hot but not super hot. Compared to most Guatemalan showers it is above average, but quite simple by Western standards. ROOM 4: This is a small room, about 8sqm, 80sqft, with a double bed that is 140cm wide, a desk and a couple of bedside tables. It has no view, because its two windows that are mosquito nets are over the corridor that leads to room 2, so you can see partially the lake and garden but through that double mosquito net from the room’s windows and the corridor. It has weaved carpets on the ceiling to keep it fresh and is the freshest room of all, when you don’t count the A/C in room 1. It has a couple of plugs for your things, and you can store your belonging in the desk’s drawers but it does not have a formal wardrobe. Room 4 shares a bathroom with room 3, see above for description. KITCHEN: gas oven and hob, big fridge and chest freezer, open air kitchen on the roof of room 1 that you can use to barbecue and eat outside. PANORAMIC TERRACE: We have a nice panoramic terrace overlooking the lake, ideal to rest, there is a hammock, a bean bag, and a table big enough to sit 12 people. BEACH AND DECK: The private beach is 30 meters wide, it has a deck with a couple of hammocks, and the water is generally crystal clear, it gets a bit muddy on the rainy days. The best sunsets are from October to February. The lake is around 30 degrees/80F year round so you can swim at any time. GETTING THERE / AMENITIES It is better if you have your own vehicle, otherwise by public bus, there are 4 buses a day from Flores to San Pedro, or you can take a microbus hourly from Flores to San José, 6 miles away, and hire a tuktuk from there. We can book you tours to Tikal as well. Our village is small and you will find basic shops. The nearest supermarket where you will find more choice is 20 miles/30km away. We recommend you bring your food on arrival if you like to cook. INTERNET We have a wifi USB dongle that works in a limited radius but you can take it to any room. Getting around The easiest way for you to come is with your own vehicle. Sometimes during the rainy months the road is pretty bad, and a small 4WD is better, although the road usually gets fixed quickly and normal cars can use it 99% of the year.
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72br 5-star Hotel
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Situated on a lake, this hotel is 0.7 mi (1.2 km) from Biotopo Cerro Cahui and within 25 mi (40 km) of Mundo Maya International Mall and Cathedral of Flores.
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The SpaceCute little love next, 100 steps from the public beach in the Maya Itza community of San Jose. Good Internet access available. The perfect place to escape from EVERYTHING! We are in the process of updating our photos. Pay no attention to the current photos. We have a new place that is much better. This little love nest is in a Maya Itza village of ~300 families. The only English-speaking people you'll might encounter in the village are our volunteers, maybe. If you don't want to cook, meals are easily arranged with local families - real Guatemalan meals for $2/3 each. Play soccer on the futbol field that overlooks the beach. Buy fresh hand-made tortillas at the neighbor's house next door. Upon your arrival in San Jose we'll show you around the community and introduce you to all the important spots, people and more. You'll enter the community with friends willing to help you with anything you might need. It's a wonderful community full of very nice people. The price of Internet is NOT included and costs an additional 5Q per day. We have 'other' animals checked on the description. We have 3 or so chickens at the back of the property. The chickens may or may not be there during your stay. This is a unique experience, far off the beaten tourist path in Peten Guatemala. 100% of your payment will directly support our Buenas Cosas' non-profit development programs and projects in Guatemala. Buenas Cosas is a registered Guatemalan non-profit association of family, friends and neighbors who serve their community and nature. Every cent that enters Buenas Cosas goes directly to communities, programs and projects that cultivate Good Things – Buenas Cosas. Guest AccessIf you don't want to cook, friendly neighbors waiting on either side with some tasty home-cooked Guatemalan meals. Your neighbors will be happy to prepare and bring your meals and/or sit down and enjoy meals with your new Guatemalan neighbors. Interaction with GuestsOur lovely little spots in this wonderful Maya Itza community are part of a social development project run by local Guatemalan women. We bring affordable, non-commercial tourism to communities under-served and ignored by the local 'tourist' economy. The NeighborhoodThis is authentic Maya Itza community along the shores of Lake Peten Itza. Most of your neighbors are subsistence farmers, growing corn and beans to sell in the market and feed their families. The local Maya families offer a diverse and interesting selection of workshops... Maya Chocolate Workshop – learn how to make chocolate from the people who invented it more than 3,000 years ago. Cacao was the money of the Maya – a hundred cacao beans was worth a turkey hen or 250Q or 33USD today. The local Maya served chocolate as a warm, frothy drink made with a bit of pepper, allspice, cinnamon and honey. Very tasty stuff and loaded with 4X more antioxidants than modern chocolate. You’ll prepare and process your authentic Maya chocolate entirely by hand and with the help of a wood fire, just like the ancient Maya. 1 morning 100Q paid direct to the Maya. Medicinal Rain Forest Plants Workshop – hands-on workshop working directly with a local woman who’s been sleeping in the rainforest since she was a little girl – grew up without electricity/television. Medicinal plant recipes passed down through the family for generations. 1, 2 or 3 days – 150Q paid direct to the Maya. Coconut Oil Workshop – the best and most natural coconut oil you’ve ever seen. All crafted by a Maya coconut oil artisan with 10+ years of coconut oil crafting experience. 2 mornings – 70Q paid direct to the Maya. Grab a bottle of the coconut oil you created for an additional 50Q – paid direct to the Maya. Avocado Oil Workshop – amazingly pure and natural – a favorite ingredient in over-priced cosmetics and beauty products – highest smoke point of any cooking oil. Buy your avocados in the local market, make and take the oil with you. 1 morning – 35Q paid direct to the Maya. Bial Weaving Workshop – you’ll make and take your own groovy Maya jungle hat with you. Elena, the woman on the homepage of our site, is wearing one of those groovy bial hats – perfect for the el Mirador Rainforest Trek. 2 day workshop – 75Q paid direct to the Maya. Maya Hammock Workshop – you weave your own hammock with the expert training of a local Maya Hammock craftswoman. Take the hammock with you – it’s yours – all yours! 2 mornings of workshop and 4 days of weaving – 200Q paid direct to the Maya. Natural Soap Workshop – use natural local plants to make some awesome soap with many different types of medicinal qualities. 1 morning – 35Q paid direct to the Maya. Maya Cooking Workshop – learn local Maya recipes from a trained Maya chef – 1 morning – 35Q paid direct to the Maya. Baird’s Tapir “Danta” Workshop – the locals call them ‘danta’. Travelers who go to el Mirador without mules usually see juvenile tapir – a rare and wonderful thing – one of the most endangered animals on the planet. Danta’s are amazing animals that can weigh as much as 700lbs – jaguars cannot even take them down because of their incredibly tough skin. Female danta can only birth one new danta every 2 or 3 years. Average danta life-span is ~20 years. We’re working with Manolo, most respected tapir expert/scientest/researcher in all of Guatemala and assisting with his important tapir work in the Carmelita / el Mirador area of the Maya Biosphere – just up the road from our spot here on the best beach in Peten Guatemala. As part of this effort, we offer tapir education and awareness classes to our local Maya community schools – teaching kids about these wonderful and rare animals – help us. Please take this workshop if you plan on doing the el Mirador Rainforest Trek so you can help us protect these wonderful and critically endangered animals – so we can produce more printed for materials for the workshops for the kids to take home and share with family and friends – Danta Propaganda. 1 morning workshop – 50Q paid direct to the Maya. Maya Calendar Workshop – if you’re into astrology, you’ll be amazed at the accuracy of Maya astrology. We’ll walk you through the steps to find your true Maya sign. Practice ‘living the Maya calendar‘ and catch the onda of the Maya approach to living your life in a peaceful and serene state of acceptance and knowing. It really works. Best if we know if you were born before or after sunrise and when your birth started, mom’s first contraction. So call/email your mom, dig-out that dusty old birth certificate and bring the actual start and delivery time of your birth with you. If you want to look into the Maya significance of others in your life, best if we have their birth details too. One morning session with the most popular coffee in Guatemala or some fresh juice/liquado/smoothie included. 100Q paid direct to the Maya. El Mirador Rainforest Trek Workshop – learn crucial rain forest survival skills from local Maya experts. This workshop is a great fit for adventure travelers doing the trek without a guide/support – it could save your life. You’ll learn how to gather naturally purified water from jungle vines, make wild jungle teas and snake bite treatments, gather wild fruit and veggies (carry less food / less weight). Dive into our el Mirador Guide Manual (English) – you won’t find it anywhere else – authored with the assistance of one of the most experienced and respected adventure guides in the world – a friend of ours who’s led more than 100 treks to el Mirador and dozens of other extreme adventures all over the world. Recent travelers on the el Mirador Rainforest Trek (no guide/mules/cooks) saw a jaguar emerge from inside of a Maya pyramid – less than 10 meters from where they stood. Same travelers also saw a baby tapir and as usual lots of monkeys and pisotes and toucans and oscillated turkeys – very groovy, Paolo from Brazil and Cristiano from Italy. Yes, you can easily get to el Mirador from here and most of our travelers do the el Mirador Rainforest Trek – stand on top of biggest pyramid in the world (la Danta). Yes, la Danta is bigger than the largest pyramid in Egypt. If you like, once you’ve completed the El Mirador Rainforest Trek Workshop, we have mules and a muleskinner waiting for you in Carmelita – load your gear+supplies on their mules and head into the rain forest – $8 per day per mule, two-mule minimum with muleskinner included. Or, save some cash and do it on your own – many of our travelers already have. If you have the guts / ignorance / knowledge to hike into the rainforest on unmarked trails and sleep within the domain of animals that would have no issue eating you or biting / killing you – go for it! The el Mirador Rainforest Trek Workshop is two mornings and includes a trip to Motul the ancient Maya village just up the road from the Beach House. Be educated. Be prepared. 175Q paid direct to the Maya. Getting AroundBuses abound - but you can't be in a hurry - everything moves a bit more slowly here - and that's a good thing. Other Things to NoteWe serve communities and nature through direct, sustainable development of ecotourism and voluntourism projects built from the the ground-up with a functional respect for local cultures, traditions and values. This program is managed by a registered Guatemalan non-profit, 501(c)3 in-process - an association of family, friends and neighbors who serve their community and nature. Every cent you pay to stay goes directly to communities, programs and projects that cultivate Good Things – Buenas Cosas serves communities and nature through direct, sustainable development of ecotourism and voluntourism projects built from the the ground-up with a functional respect for local cultures, traditions and values. Buenas Cosas is a registered Guatemalan non-profit, 501(c)3 in-process EIN (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN), association of family, friends and neighbors who serve their community and nature. Every cent that enters Buenas Cosas goes directly to communities, programs and projects that cultivate good things :)
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The SpaceWe have a total of 3 rooms to rent, by the room or you can rent the entire property. Please check my other listings if you wish to reserve the whole property. Now with Wi-Fi! - Non accessible for wheelchairs and there are steps down to the house and down to the lake. - Located right on the lake, for people who want to relax in nature - Sometimes the road gets bad but 99% of the year you're ok with a normal car - Limited access to internet (500Mo a day, more than enough to browse and (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), not to stream movies or upload big files) as we don't have a landline nearby - 1 mile from basic shops, 20 miles from supermarket, bring your food if you want to cook) THIS LISTING IS FOR ROOM 2, MEDIUM SIZED, 2 BEDS, SLEEPS 2 PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: This is a waterfront property, with 30 meters of private beach over Lake Petén Itzá. There is a small thatched house with 2 bedrooms sharing one bathroom, a kitchen and pantry, and a separate unit with a bedroom, en-suite bathroom, summer kitchen and panoramic terrace. I generally live there, so if you rent a room I will be there too. If you rent the whole property while I am traveling, there will be a gardener and a maid coming to clean and upkeep the property. This part of Lake Petén Itzá is still wild and quiet, at night you will hear hawler monkeys and frogs, you can fish, hike in the jungle, etc. We also have a chicken coop on the property. They will be there even if we are not but the handyman will feed them, so no work is required on your side. Just know they are there. ROOM 1: Big room, about 20sqm 220sqft, plus en-suite bathroom with shower. This room has A/C. One queen size bed (Guatemalan queen size is a little smaller than US queen size, at 160cm), bedside tables and lots of space to store your things, desk, a dozen plugs to charge your laptops and phones. The bathroom has a walk-in closet, and the shower has hot water via an electric system, meaning the water is hot but not boiling hot. This room has huge 8 sqm French door that offers a gorgeous view over the lake. This is also the room with the most privacy of the property. ROOM 2: This is a medium room, about 12 sqm, 125 sqft, with a big wardrobe, two single beds and a bedside table. I has a partial lake view and you see the garden as well. The room has no A/C, we can provide a fan if nights are hot. All the windows are closed by mosquito nets. It is a simple, clean room with a couple of plugs too if you need to charge things. The room shares a bathroom with room 3, although it is quite unlikely that we would rent both room to different travelers, so you would either share it with your family, or have it to yourself. The bathroom has an electric shower, meaning the water is hot but not super hot. Compared to most Guatemalan showers it is above average, but quite simple by Western standards. ROOM 3: This is a small room, about 8sqm, 80sqft, with a double bed that is 140cm wide, a desk and a couple of bedside tables. It has no view, because its two windows that are mosquito nets are over the corridor that leads to room 2, so you can see partially the lake and garden but through that double mosquito net from the room’s windows and the corridor. It has weaved carpets on the ceiling to keep it fresh and is the freshest room of all, when you don’t count the A/C in room 1. It has a couple of plugs for your things, and you can store your belonging in the desk’s drawers but it does not have a formal wardrobe. Room 3 shares a bathroom with room 2, see above for description. KITCHEN: If you rent by the room, you will have access to the little house’s kitchen, with a gas oven and hob, big fridge and chest freezer. If you rent the whole property, there is also an open air kitchen on the roof of room 1 that you can use to barbecue and eat outside. PANORAMIC TERRACE: We have a nice panoramic terrace overlooking the lake, ideal to rest, there is a hammock, a bean bag, and a table big enough to sit 12 people. BEACH AND DECK: The private beach is 30 meters wide, it has a deck with a couple of hammocks, and the water is generally crystal clear, it gets a bit muddy on the rainy days. The best sunsets are from October to February. The lake is around 30 degrees/80F year round so you can swim at any time. GETTING THERE / AMENITIES It is better if you have your own vehicle, at the moment (April 2015) the road is in good shape, it gets bad with the rains around September but safe for a few days per year you can access with a normal car. Otherwise by public bus, there are 4 buses a day from Flores to San Pedro, or you can take a microbus hourly from Flores to San José, 6 miles away, and hire a tuktuk from there. It takes about 40 minutes by car to go to Flores and one hour to Tikal, 1 hour by bus to go to Flores, we can book you a tour to Tikal but there are no public buses where we are that will take you there. You can take a bus to Flores, then to Tikal if you prefer. Our village is small and you will find basic shops that sell a few fruits, vegetables, dry goods and drinks. The nearest supermarket where you will find more choice is 20 miles/30km away. We recommend you bring your food on arrival if you like to cook. MEALS We can provide meals for you as well. The rate is $4 for breakfast, $10 for dinner. We can prepare vegetarian meals too. INTERNET We have no landline to get fast internet, so we use a USB modem to connect to the internet, and the quality of connection varies greatly from day to day. The wifi works in a 5 meter radius of where you plug it, so if you are on your own you can take it to your room, otherwise it will be in the living room for all to use. It has a data limit of 500Mo a day per 24 hour and when it is up you can purchase more credit or we will put a new plan the next day. Guest AccessYou have access to a fridge Getting AroundThe easiest way for you to come is with your own vehicle. Sometimes during the rainy months the road is pretty bad, and a small 4WD is better, although the road usually gets fixed quickly and normal cars can use it 99% of the year. There is a public bus 4 times a day from Flores to San Pedro, otherwise there are minivans every half hour to San José, then you can hitch to San Pedro or we also offer pickup service. From Belize, Tikal and El Remate, you would have to do a bus change in Flores, or take the North road around the lake hitching one of the many pickup trucks that carry locals. There is no set schedule for those. The last bus from Flores to San Pedro is at 6pm, arriving shortly past 7pm. It stops in front of our house if you ask them to.
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The SpaceWe have a total of 3 rooms to rent, by the room or you can rent the entire property. Please check my other listings if you wish to reserve the whole property. Now with Wi-Fi! - Non accessible for wheelchairs and there are steps down to the house and down to the lake. - Located right on the lake, for people who want to relax in nature - Sometimes the road gets bad but 99% of the year you're ok with a normal car - Limited access to internet (500Mo a day, more than enough to browse and (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), not to stream movies or upload big files) as we don't have a landline nearby - 1 mile from basic shops, 20 miles from supermarket, bring your food if you want to cook) THIS LISTING IS FOR ROOM 3, SMALL DOUBLE ROOM. PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: This is a waterfront property, with 30 meters of private beach over Lake Petén Itzá. There is a small thatched house with 2 bedrooms sharing one bathroom, a kitchen and pantry, and a separate unit with a bedroom, en-suite bathroom, summer kitchen and panoramic terrace. I generally live there, so if you rent a room I will be there too. If you rent the whole property while I am traveling, there will be a gardener and a maid coming to clean and upkeep the property. This part of Lake Petén Itzá is still wild and quiet, at night you will hear hawler monkeys and frogs, you can fish, hike in the jungle, etc. We also have a chicken coop on the property. They will be there even if we are not but the handyman will feed them, so no work is required on your side. Just know they are there. ROOM 1: Big room, about 20sqm 220sqft, plus en-suite bathroom with shower. This room has A/C. One queen size bed (Guatemalan queen size is a little smaller than US queen size, at 160cm), bedside tables and lots of space to store your things, desk, a dozen plugs to charge your laptops and phones. The bathroom has a walk-in closet, and the shower has hot water via an electric system, meaning the water is hot but not boiling hot. This room has huge 8 sqm French door that offers a gorgeous view over the lake. This is also the room with the most privacy of the property. ROOM 2: This is a medium room, about 12 sqm, 125 sqft, with a big wardrobe, two single beds and a bedside table. I has a partial lake view and you see the garden as well. The room has no A/C, we can provide a fan if nights are hot. All the windows are closed by mosquito nets. It is a simple, clean room with a couple of plugs too if you need to charge things. The room shares a bathroom with room 3, although it is quite unlikely that we would rent both room to different travelers, so you would either share it with your family, or have it to yourself. The bathroom has an electric shower, meaning the water is hot but not super hot. Compared to most Guatemalan showers it is above average, but quite simple by Western standards. ROOM 3: This is a small room, about 8sqm, 80sqft, with a double bed that is 140cm wide, a desk and a couple of bedside tables. It has no view, because its two windows that are mosquito nets are over the corridor that leads to room 2, so you can see partially the lake and garden but through that double mosquito net from the room’s windows and the corridor. It has weaved carpets on the ceiling to keep it fresh and is the freshest room of all, when you don’t count the A/C in room 1. It has a couple of plugs for your things, and you can store your belonging in the desk’s drawers but it does not have a formal wardrobe. Room 3 shares a bathroom with room 2, see above for description. KITCHEN: If you rent by the room, you will have access to the little house’s kitchen, with a gas oven and hob, big fridge and chest freezer. If you rent the whole property, there is also an open air kitchen on the roof of room 1 that you can use to barbecue and eat outside. PANORAMIC TERRACE: We have a nice panoramic terrace overlooking the lake, ideal to rest, there is a hammock, a bean bag, and a table big enough to sit 12 people. BEACH AND DECK: The private beach is 30 meters wide, it has a deck with a couple of hammocks, and the water is generally crystal clear, it gets a bit muddy on the rainy days. The best sunsets are from October to February. The lake is around 30 degrees/80F year round so you can swim at any time. GETTING THERE / AMENITIES It is better if you have your own vehicle, at the moment (April 2015) the road is in good shape, it gets bad with the rains around September but safe for a few days per year you can access with a normal car. Otherwise by public bus, there are 4 buses a day from Flores to San Pedro, or you can take a microbus hourly from Flores to San José, 6 miles away, and hire a tuktuk from there. It takes about 40 minutes by car to go to Flores and one hour to Tikal, 1 hour by bus to go to Flores, we can book you a tour to Tikal but there are no public buses where we are that will take you there. You can take a bus to Flores, then to Tikal if you prefer. Our village is small and you will find basic shops that sell a few fruits, vegetables, dry goods and drinks. The nearest supermarket where you will find more choice is 20 miles/30km away. We recommend you bring your food on arrival if you like to cook. MEALS We can provide meals for you as well. The rate is $4 for breakfast, $10 for dinner. We can prepare vegetarian meals too. INTERNET We have no landline to get fast internet, so we use a USB modem to connect to the internet, and the quality of connection varies greatly from day to day. The wifi works in a 5 meter radius of where you plug it, so if you are on your own you can take it to your room, otherwise it will be in the living room for all to use. It has a data limit of 500Mo a day per 24 hour and when it is up you can purchase more credit or we will put a new plan the next day. Guest AccessRoom 3, small double room, shared bath, shared kitchen, private beach. Interaction with GuestsWe are happy to welcome travelers from all over the world, during the day we are here to help, we like to sleep early and may not always be there but we have staff to take care of you. Getting AroundThe easiest way for you to come is with your own vehicle. Sometimes during the rainy months the road is pretty bad, and a small 4WD is better, although the road usually gets fixed quickly and normal cars can use it 99% of the year. There is a public bus 4 times a day from Flores to San Pedro, otherwise there are minivans every half hour to San José, then you can hitch to San Pedro or we also offer pickup service. From Belize, Tikal and El Remate, you would have to do a bus change in Flores, or take the North road around the lake hitching one of the many pickup trucks that carry locals. There is no set schedule for those. The last bus from Flores to San Pedro is at 6pm, arriving shortly past 7pm. It stops in front of our house if you ask them to.
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    Just 41 kms from the magnificent Mayan ruins of Tikal, Gucumatz enjoys an extremely safe and secluded location on the shore of Lake PetĂŠn ItzĂĄ surrounded by rich jungle vegetation. It has a beautiful private garden filled with tropical plants.We have a private, secluded beach area with hammocks and hanging beds, ideal for reading and relaxing. Swimming and kayaking are, definitely, a must on this magnificent lake. We have a large sitting room with reading material adjoining a games room with a large variety of table games, darts, table football and ping-pong. Delightful rooms on the shore of lake Petén Itza. Ideal opportunities for swimming, kayaking, community work in our local village and visits to the ruins of Tikal and Yaxha. Special reductions for the over 55´s and for long stays.
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    El lugar es rustico, abierto, fresco. los dormitorios cuentan con baño privado y artesa, agua caliente. cocina amplia y si desean cocinar sus propios alimentos se da una contribución para gas. Salon de juegos de mesa y ping pong. area para pint
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    The SpaceGucumatz Lakeside Inn is situated on the shore of beautiful Lake Petén Itzá just five kilometers from the small town of San José and seven hundred meters before reaching the village of San Pedro. The Inn has beautiful tropical gardens, eight bedrooms for guests all with private bathrooms and terrace looking out onto the gardens and lake. All are decorated in colorful Guatemalan style. There is a large sitting room with local literature and book exchange containing a superb collection of masks, handmade furniture and handicraft brought from all over the country. Adjoining this room is a games room with a table for eight people and a variety of table games. This room houses a small museum and is also suitable for meetings and/or classes. We have an open-air bar with hammock, ping-pong and table football. Guest AccessThe beach area has ample space for relaxing, reading and swimming. The water is clean, transparent and warm all year round. Kayaks are available free for the use of our guests. Interaction with GuestsWe offer a typical Guatemalan breakfast from 7.30 to 9.30 for Q40 and dinner at 19.00 for Q100. We do not provide lunch but can recommend alternative restaurants in San José for those who remain here during the day. We are available to help you organize your excursions to Tikal (41 kms), Yaxhá (55 kms) and elsewhere as well as make reservations for your onward journey to Guatemala City, Belize, Mexico or Semuc Champey. The NeighborhoodSan Pedro is our nearest village (700 mts). Inhabitants there are both Spanish speaking and Quecchí origen. The men work cultivating the land, and a few find jobs in construction or as watchmen. Very few women have jobs and most teenagers who wish to study need to help at home during the week and go to school at the weekend. It is a poor village but people are friendly and helpful and always willing to receive foreigners. The children are especially affectionate and open and love to chat or play games with visitors. If you are adventurous, staying long enough or traveling in a group, sharing your skills with the locals, specially the women and children, can be extremely rewarding (music, story-telling, games or sports, art work or needle work if you can bring the materials, are very successful. For those who are really solidary and wish to give up some of their holiday time there are larger more serious projects. For example, for a very small outlay, you and your friends or family can paint the local clinic, school or meeting hall, or help lay a concrete floor in one of the poorer homes. We have had volunteers from all walks of life and are open to and grateful for whatever aid is available. Getting AroundBuses from Santa Elena (Flores) to San Pedro leave punctually from “LA TRANCA” (the central square of the OLD market in Santa Elena) at 10 am, 12 noon, 4 pm, 5 pm and 6 pm. They will drop you off and pick you up at the door of Gucumatz Lakeside Inn. From San Pedro to Santa Elena they depart at 5.30 am, 6.30 am, 7.30 am, 11.30 am and 2.30 pm. The price to Santa Elena is Q14 and Q5 to San José (Reduced services on Sundays and holidays). There are also microbuses from “LA TRANCA” to San José about every 20 mins. And from there guests can take a tuk-tuk to Gucumatz Lakeside Inn. We are 5 kms from San José going towards San Pedro. The name Gucumatz is clearly marked on the gate. If I am in town I may be able to pick you up from the airport. If not I can book you a taxi to or from the airport for Q200. Other Things to NoteCookery classes are available in a local home for those of you who wish to try making tamales, refried black beans or the famous chicken broth and sharing the meal with the cook´s family (price Q70 plus ingredients). Horse back riding and hiking are other activities we can organize for you. Guests will have the perfect opportunity to take Spanish classes and put their existing knowledge into practice during their stay here.
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    3.5-star Hotel
    Situated in Tikal National Park, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Tikal and Temple II. Temple IV and Lost World Pyramid are also within 2 mi (3 km).
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    Excellent
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    3-star Hotel
    Situated in a national park, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Tikal and Temple II. Temple IV and Lost World Pyramid are also within 2 mi (3 km).
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    Hostel
    Situated in Tikal National Park, this hostal is within 1 mi (2 km) of Tikal and Temple II. Temple IV and Lost World Pyramid are also within 2 mi (3 km).
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    12br 2-star Hotel
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    Situated in El Remate, this hotel is 2 mi (3.3 km) from Biotopo Cerro Cahui and within 20 mi (32 km) of Ixpanpajul Nature Park and Petencito Zoo. Cuevas de Ak'tun Kan and San Miguel & Tayazal are also within 20 mi (32 km).
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    The SpaceGucumatz Lakeside Inn is situated on the shore of beautiful Lake Petén Itzá just five kilometers from the small town of San José and seven hundred meters before reaching the village of San Pedro. The Inn has beautiful tropical gardens, eight bedrooms for guests all with private bathrooms and terrace looking out onto the gardens and lake. All are decorated in colorful Guatemalan style. There is a large sitting room with local literature and book exchange containing a superb collection of masks, handmade furniture and handicraft brought from all over the country. Adjoining this room is a games room with a table for eight people and a variety of table games. This room houses a small museum and is also suitable for meetings and/or classes. We have an open-air bar with hammock, ping-pong and table football. Guest AccessThe beach area has ample space for relaxing, reading and swimming. The water is clean, transparent and warm all year round. Kayaks are available free for the use of our guests. Interaction with GuestsWe offer a typical Guatemalan breakfast from 7.30 to 9.30 for Q40 and dinner at 19.00 for Q100. We do not provide lunch but can recommend alternative restaurants in San José for those who remain here during the day. We are available to help you organize your excursions to Tikal (41 kms), Yaxhá (55 kms) and elsewhere as well as make reservations for your onward journey to Guatemala City, Belize, Mexico or Semuc Champey. The NeighborhoodSan Pedro is our nearest village (700 mts). Inhabitants there are both Spanish speaking and Quecchí origen. The men work cultivating the land, and a few find jobs in construction or as watchmen. Very few women have jobs and most teenagers who wish to study need to help at home during the week and go to school at the weekend. It is a poor village but people are friendly and helpful and always willing to receive foreigners. The children are especially affectionate and open and love to chat or play games with visitors. If you are adventurous, staying long enough or traveling in a group, sharing your skills with the locals, specially the women and children, can be extremely rewarding (music, story-telling, games or sports, art work or needle work if you can bring the materials, are very successful. For those who are really solidary and wish to give up some of their holiday time there are larger more serious projects. For example, for a very small outlay, you and your friends or family can paint the local clinic, school or meeting hall, or help lay a concrete floor in one of the poorer homes. We have had volunteers from all walks of life and are open to and grateful for whatever aid is available. Getting AroundBuses from Santa Elena (Flores) to San Pedro leave punctually from “LA TRANCA” (the central square of the OLD market in Santa Elena) at 10 am, 12 noon, 4 pm, 5 pm and 6 pm. They will drop you off and pick you up at the door of Gucumatz Lakeside Inn. From San Pedro to Santa Elena they depart at 5.30 am, 6.30 am, 7.30 am, 11.30 am and 2.30 pm. The price to Santa Elena is Q14 and Q5 to San José (Reduced services on Sundays and holidays). There are also microbuses from “LA TRANCA” to San José about every 20 mins. And from there guests can take a tuk-tuk to Gucumatz Lakeside Inn. We are 5 kms from San José going towards San Pedro. The name Gucumatz is clearly marked on the gate. If I am in town I may be able to pick you up from the airport. If not I can book you a taxi to or from the airport for Q200. Other Things to NoteCookery classes are available in a local home for those of you who wish to try making tamales, refried black beans or the famous chicken broth and sharing the meal with the cook´s family (price Q70 plus ingredients). Horse back riding and hiking are other activities we can organize for you. Guests will have the perfect opportunity to take Spanish classes and put their existing knowledge into practice during their stay here.
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    The most convenient room in town with air conditioning, private bathroom and hot shower. We also arrange tours & transportation to any tourist place in Guatemala. Transportation from/to = San Ignacio,Belize, Belmopan, Chetumal, Coban, Semuc Champey. etc. Located in a very convenient point to take local buses to Tikal or to Flores, breakfast included. We also arrange either private or collective tours to Tikal
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    2 acogedoras habitaciones frente al lago Petén Itza. con baño privado, tina y agua caliente. area de juego, material para pintar al oleo, pastel.
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    The Hotel Jaguar Inn Tikal is surrounded by the jungle of Tikal National Park, a 10-minute walk from the Mayan ruins of Tikal. It offers free Wi-Fi in the restaurant and organizes archaeological excursions. The eco hotel bungalows are simply decorated. Overlook the jungle, ceiling fan, private bathroom with shower and free toiletries as well as 24-hour electricity. The restaurant at Hotel Jaguar Inn Tikal serves international and local dishes. You can enjoy activities such as horseback riding, hiking and canopy tur, besides visiting Tikal, Uaxactún, Yaxhá, waterfalls and Lake Peten Itza. The property is located 1 hour drive from the island of Flores and the Mundo Maya International Airport.
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    The SpaceWe have a total of 4 rooms to rent, by the room or you can rent the entire property. Please check my other listings if you wish to reserve the whole property. Now with Wi-Fi! - Non accessible for wheelchairs and there are steps down to the house and down to the lake. - Located right on the lake, for people who want to relax in nature - Sometimes the road gets bad but 99% of the year you're ok with a normal car - Limited access to internet (500Mo a day, more than enough to browse and (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), not to stream movies or upload big files) as we don't have a landline nearby - 1 mile from basic shops, 20 miles from supermarket, bring your food if you want to cook) THIS LISTING IS FOR ROOM 4, PRIVATE DOUBLE; PRIVATE BATH WITH AC PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: This is a waterfront property, with 30 meters of private beach over Lake Petén Itzá. There is a small thatched house with 2 bedrooms sharing one bathroom, a kitchen and pantry, and a separate unit with a bedroom, en-suite bathroom, summer kitchen and panoramic terrace. I generally live there, so if you rent a room I will be there too. If you rent the whole property while I am traveling, there will be a gardener and a maid coming to clean and upkeep the property. This part of Lake Petén Itzá is still wild and quiet, at night you will hear hawler monkeys and frogs, you can fish, hike in the jungle, etc. We also have a chicken coop on the property. They will be there even if we are not but the handyman will feed them, so no work is required on your side. Just know they are there. ROOM 4 (this room): Medium room, about 12sqm 130sqft, plus en-suite bathroom with shower. This room has A/C. One queen size bed (Guatemalan queen size is a little smaller than US queen size, at 160cm), bedside tables and lots of space to store your things, desk, and plugs to charge your laptops and phones. The bathroom has a walk-in closet, and the shower has hot water via an electric system, meaning the water is hot but not boiling hot. This room has huge 8 sqm French door that offers a gorgeous view over the lake. It has a lot of privacy as you have your own little living room area in front, with a L shaped sofa, a low table and a hammock. KITCHEN: If you rent by the room, you will have access to the little house’s kitchen, with a gas oven and hob, big fridge and chest freezer. If you rent the whole property, there is also an open air kitchen on the roof of room 1 that you can use to barbecue and eat outside. PANORAMIC TERRACE: We have a nice panoramic terrace overlooking the lake, ideal to rest, there is a hammock, a bean bag, and a table big enough to sit 12 people. BEACH AND DECK: The private beach is 30 meters wide, it has a deck with a couple of hammocks, and the water is generally crystal clear, it gets a bit muddy on the rainy days. The best sunsets are from October to February. The lake is around 30 degrees/80F year round so you can swim at any time. GETTING THERE / AMENITIES It is better if you have your own vehicle, at the moment (April 2015) the road is in good shape, it gets bad with the rains around September but safe for a few days per year you can access with a normal car. Otherwise by public bus, there are 4 buses a day from Flores to San Pedro, or you can take a microbus hourly from Flores to San José, 6 miles away, and hire a tuktuk from there. It takes about 40 minutes by car to go to Flores and one hour to Tikal, 1 hour by bus to go to Flores, we can book you a tour to Tikal but there are no public buses where we are that will take you there. You can take a bus to Flores, then to Tikal if you prefer. Our village is small and you will find basic shops that sell a few fruits, vegetables, dry goods and drinks. The nearest supermarket where you will find more choice is 20 miles/30km away. We recommend you bring your food on arrival if you like to cook. MEALS We can provide meals for you as well. The rate is $4 for breakfast, $10 for dinner. We can prepare vegetarian meals too. INTERNET We have no landline to get fast internet, so we use a USB modem to connect to the internet, and the quality of connection varies greatly from day to day. The wifi works in a 5 meter radius of where you plug it, so if you are on your own you can take it to your room, otherwise it will be in the living room for all to use. It has a data limit of 500Mo a day per 24 hour and when it is up you can purchase more credit or we will put a new plan the next day.
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    Hostal Jungle Lodge Tikal offers an airport shuttle for USD 13.00 per person one way. The outdoor pool is a great spot to take a dip, and guests can grab a bite to eat at Panela, which serves regional cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Other features include a bar/lounge and a garden.
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    • Breakfast
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    • Pets Allowed
    • Swimming Pool
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    Jungle Lodge Hotel offers an airport shuttle for USD 13 per person one way. The outdoor pool is a great spot to take a dip, and guests can grab a bite to eat at Panela, which serves regional cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A bar/lounge and a garden are other highlights, and rooms offer plasma TVs and room service.
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    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Swimming Pool
    • Wifi
    Hotel Jaguar Inn Tikal offers an airport shuttle (available on request) for USD 15 per person one way. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge. Other highlights include a terrace and a garden, and rooms offer balconies or patios and room service.
    hotel
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    • Breakfast
    • Gym
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Swimming Pool
    • Wifi
    Hostal Jungle Lodge Tikal offers an airport shuttle for USD 13.00 per person one way. The outdoor pool is a great spot to take a dip, and guests can grab a bite to eat at Panela, which serves regional cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Other features include a bar/lounge and a garden.