Hotels




Maya Trails has classified the hotels in different categories: High End, Boutique, Mid-Range and Low-Range. Below is a brief description for each category and price range.

BOUTIQUE

  • Hotels with luxury facilities of usually small size in unique or intimate settings with full service accommodations.
  • Approximate price range US$150.00 – US$300.00
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HIGH-END

  • Top of the line and some with best location, offer a full service accommodation.
  • Price range US$150.00 – US$300.00 per night
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MID-RANGE

  • Comfortable and well located hotels, with the basic amenities and services.
  • Approximate price range US$85.00 – US$145.00
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REASONABLE

  • Hotels that fit your wallet and Maya Trails quality standards.
  • Approximate price range US$50.00 – US$95.00
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*All Maya Trails hotel rates include Full Breakfast and Taxes.


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Antigua Guatemala

Antigua is among the world’s best conserved colonial cities in the Americas. It is a magic and captivating small town that makes you feel time might have stopped some 300 years ago. From its colonial architecture to its beautiful surroundings; strolling through town on the cobblestone streets, you will experience the splendors of ancient times! A few things you can find in Antigua are art galleries and exhibits, films, coffee shops, amazing cuisine, cute little bars and much more.


Lake Atitlan

With three stunning volcanoes rising out of its emerald surface, Lake Atitlán is located 144km west of Guatemala City. Its characterized by its naturally beauty surrounded by gorgeous views of the volcanoes and indigenous villages filled with culture. The famous writer Aldous Huxled considered it ¨the most beautiful lake in the world¨. It is the best way to be introduced to indigenous culture in the highlands of Guatemala. This lake is 1,560 meters above de sea level and reaches depths over 300 meters.


Peten / Tikal

Declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Tikal National Park shelters the remains of one of the largest and most important cities in the Pre-Hispanic history of the Maya Civilization as well as 550 square kilometers of exuberant rainforest, home to a great diversity of flora and fauna.


Guatemala City

Guatemala’s capital city is the most modern and cosmopolitan city in Central America. Fast paced and vibrant, Guatemala City (or Guate as it’s referred to locally) is a wonderful blend of old and new and possesses a distinct Latin charm. Today, Guatemala City has four million inhabitants. Its location, facilities and the International Airport “La Aurora” make it the starting point for visits to the rest of Guatemala.


Rio Dulce

Dulce River (Spanish: Río Dulce, or "Sweet River") is a river in Guatemala, completely contained within the department of Izabal. It is part of a lake and river system that has become a popular cruising sailboat destination.


Pacific Coast

The town of Monterrico is situated on the Pacific coast of Guatemala in the departament of Santa Rosa. Known for its volcanic black sand beaches and annual influx of sea turtles, the town also serves as a major weekend beach resort for citizens of Guatemala City. The town is growing more popular with foreign tourists largely because of the local sea turtle conservation efforts as well as the laid-back atmosphere of the area.


Chichicastenango

Chichicastenango, located about 140 km of Guatemala City, is home to what is surely the most colorful native market in North and Central America, perhaps in all the Americas. Market days are Sundays and Thursdays, and draw not only the K’iche’ Maya of the surrounding region, but vendors from all over Guatemala, representing many of Guatemala’s linguistic groups such as Mam, Ixil, Kaqchikel and others, each hawking his or her products in a riotous cacophony of color, dialects and costumes, smoke, and smells.


Quetzaltenango

Quetzaltenango, also commonly known by its indigenous name, Xelajú [ʃelaˈχu], or more commonly, Xela [ˈʃela], is the second largest city of Guatemala.[1] It is both the capital of Quetzaltenango Department and the municipal seat of Quetzaltenango municipality.


Tecpan

Tecpan is the mid point between Guatemala City/Antigua and Lake Atitlan. Now a days Tecpan is famous because there are several restaurants and coffee shops for those travelers going to the Lake or chichicastenango market. In the 1500’s this town was also a strategic point. The Spaniards settled their first capital city with the Kackchikel community to fight the Quiche’s. Two of the most powerful and largest Mayan groups who where enemies. Today the area of Tecpan has a peaceful and fresh atmosphere because of its high altitude. There are several nice houses which were transformed into hotels or restaurants.


Copan

Copan is the best-restored, interesting and elaborate Mayan cities known. Located through the beautiful lush and mountainous valleys of Honduras, Copan features some of the Mayas most impressive accomplishments in architecture, astronomy and art. A Tour Guide will take you around the main temples and explain the importance of the location and the site itself. After the tour pay a visit to the museum, the best Mayan museum in the area.


Belize

Belize (Listeni/bəˈliːz/) is a country on the northeastern coast of Central America. It is the only country in the area that has English as its official language; Belizean Creole (Kriol) and Spanish are also commonly spoken. Belize is bordered on the north by Mexico, to the south and west by Guatemala, and to the east by the Caribbean Sea. Its mainland is about 290 km (180 mi) long and 110 km (68 mi) wide.


Roatan

Roatán, located between the islands of Útila and Guanaja, is the largest of Honduras' Bay Islands.  The island was formerly known as Ruatan and Rattan. It is approximately 77 kilometres (48 mi) long, and less than 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) across at its widest point.


Golf Resorts

La Reunion Golf Resort & Residences is just 11 miles from Antigua Guatemala. It enjoys a spectacular location, nestled amid the coffee trees, flowers and hills of a former plantation on gently rolling volcanic slopes descending to Guatemala’s Pacific coast. On a clear day, you can see the nearby coastal town of Escuintla and the Pacific Ocean. But on any given day, it’s hard to ignore the four sentinel volcanoes that give this property some of the most amazing views anywhere. The Pete Dye-designed golf course with Maya-inspired themes and the lodge are literally built on the slopes of smoldering Fuego and adjacent Acatenango volcanoes. Looking east, the view is dominated by the cone of Agua volcano and the fiery Pacaya and its lava light show easily visible at night.

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