Hotel Atitlan Guatemala
Atitlan Hotel, one of Guatemala's elite cadre of fine hotels, is situated in picturesque Panajachel Solola. This location is the heart of Lake Atitlan's most ethnically authentic peoples, yet conveniently accessible to the most fashionable part of the Riviera. 

It was designed as a home away from home for the most discriminating traveler. This precious gem is intimately user-friendly, and elegant in a classically understated way. To complete its serene ambiance, the Atitlan Hotel offers a wide range of service. Guatemala most attentive staff, extraordinary cuisine, and without doubt the most dramatic and appealing natural surroundings in the world.

The décor is in the Spanish colonial-hacienda style that was favored by the Guatemalan plantation owners of the 18th-century. A fantasia of ornately gardens, caged colorful exotic birds, hand carved wooden furniture and gorgeous ceramic tiles make the Hotel Atitlan a unique place indeed.

The Hotel's restaurant is yet relaxed. Its elegant ambiance has been compared to that of chic California dining places. In tones of terracotta burgundy and teal, the main dinning room with terrace level comprise the restaurant, enhanced by huge windows, wood columns, a fireplace and mahogany and gold leaf side tables, The bar is adjacent to the restaurant. Cozy and home-like, the bar has its own character.

The thatched roof "Ranchito" accessible by coble stone pathways trough the manicured gardens and next to the lake, is devoted to extraordinary functions and banquets.

Few visitor leave Guatemala without seeing Lake Atitlan and the Maya-Quiché town of Chichicastenango, both found about two hours around from Guatemala City, there are enough activities around the lake to keep visitors busy for several days, as they explore Maya villages, and shop. In Chichicastenango, visitors can witness Maya religious practices first-hand.

 

RATES FROM $140

ROOM CATEGORIES
Standard ( Single / Double** )
Jr. Suite
Master Suite

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