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Hostel Casa Jacaranda
At this original hostel (not a party center), the rooms are simple but display a bit of flair. So does the airy front lounge, with plush armchairs and a mural after Klimt (except the female figure is garbed in a huipil )...
Posada Los Encuentros
Just across the river is this 'ecocultural B&B,' featuring seven cozy rooms in a relaxed home, plus a volcanically heated pool, medicinal plant garden, sunning terrace and fitness center...
Hotel Casa Santo Domingo
Innovatively resurrected from the remains of the sprawling Santo Domingo monastery, this is Antigua's premier lodging...
Hotel Pan American
Guatemala City's luxury hotel before WWII, the Pan American is one of the few hotels in the city with any air of history. There's a fine, art-deco lobby that's filled with plants and a not-too-shabby restaurant ...
San Pedro La Laguna
Despite encroaching lake waters, the Mikaso still stands proudly at Atitlán's shores. Big, colonially furnished rooms cooled by ceiling fans ring a garden bursting with birds-of-paradise...
Hotel Posada Del Angel
The Posada became Antigua's most celebrated B&B when Bill Clinton bedded down here in 1999. It doesn't look like much from the outside, but behind the garage door the luxury just keeps unfolding...
Posada Don Diego
Probably the best thing about this place is the Dunkin' Donuts franchise in the café out front. The handful of rooms are set beside a pretty little patio with wooden pillars, a patch of lawn and a stone fountain...
As the name suggests, it's blue all over, from the plantation-style balconies to the nine individually decorated, spacious and comfortable rooms. A couple have their own balconies and everyone can enjoy the 3rd-floor terrace.
Hostal Los Volcanes
A cozy place with big, clean, shared bathrooms and some decent rooms with private bathroom. There's plenty of Nahual furniture and tipica fabrics around, giving the place a good atmosphere. Rates include breakfast.
An old faithful, the Dos Lunas has excellent common areas, a cramped dorm and a couple of very nice private rooms. Book through the website. Dos Lunas also offers onward-travel packages and Flores flights at good prices.
Jungle Party Hostal
With bar service, hammock hangouts and the famous all-you-can-eat Saturday barbecue, the Jungle Party has a great atmosphere, and the smiling staff know exactly what's needed by travelers.
Hostal Los Lagos
This is the most hostel-like of the near-the-airport options. Rooms are mostly set aside for dorms, which are airy and spacious, but there are a couple of reasonable-value private rooms...
Hotel Casa Rustica
Everything about the 'rustic house' feels right, from the lily-shaped fountain in the cobblestoned patio to the tiled tables on the sun-splashed top deck...
The Black Cat
A great place to stay if you're looking to meet up with other travelers, this full-service hostel features a sunny courtyard, a bar-restaurant and lounge/TV area. Though sparsely furnished, the rooms are done up in soothing colors with nice wood floors.
Within stumbling distance of the popular Café No Sé , El Hostal is an efficiently run budget option with a bit of colonial style...
La Iguana Perdida
The first place you see as you step off the dock, La Iguana Perdida makes a great hang-out to enjoy the lake views and meet other travelers, go scuba diving or kayaking, learn Spanish or sweat it out in the sauna...
Hotel El Sol
Along the road to Santa Catarina, about a 15-minute walk or lightning tuk-tuk ride outside Pana, this modern hostel is a slice of Japan. Hailing from Hiroshima, owner Kazuomi and family prepare sushi and offer a Japanese tub fed by natural hot springs...
Hotel Las Gardenias
Right at the junction with the north shore road, this cordial hotel/restaurant/shuttle operator has two sections: the wood-paneled rooms at the front are bigger, those in the rear are appealingly removed from the road...
La Mesa De Los Mayas Hotel
Standing alongside a narrow alley, the Mesa's a terrific value. Rooms are neatly furnished, with pyramidal headboards, checkered bedspreads and reading lamps; some feature plant-laden balconies.
Hotel Casa Antigua
Under the same gringo ownership as Hotel Casa Rústica , this is a well-managed establishment in a refurbished old home that for generations belonged to an aristocratic Nicaraguan family...
Hotel Casa Del Parque
One of Antigua's original boutique hotels, this little place near the park is seriously stylish, combining a designer's eye with colonial charms. Each room has a unique layout but all are picture-perfect...
Guatemala City's best downtown hostel has reasonable rooms and dorms, a cramped kitchen area and a great rooftop terrace. The location's handy for the Zona Viva eating and nightlife scene. Call for free pickup from the airport or bus terminal.