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Guesthouses and B&Bs
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...
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 )...
Hotel Isla De Flores
This upscale option calls itself ‘an island in the jungle,’ much like Flores itself, but there is nothing savage about the white wicker furniture and potted plants that provide the ambience here...
Featuring his signature blend of exclusivity and adventure, Francis Ford Coppola has created a lodge of rustic luxury about 8 miles west of El Remate...
Dating from 1926, the Aurora has a good, old-timey feel to it. The 17 large rooms wrap around a manicured garden brimming with bougainvillea, with wicker rockers along the corridors...
Hotel Villa Del Lago
Behind the odd Grecian facade there's a cool, breezy interior that's long on potted plants and patio furniture. Comfortable, airy rooms have bright decor and big ceiling fans; lake-view units are pricier...
Hotel San Carlos
OK, so it goes a little heavy on the baroque furnishings, but this place is still a good deal. Set well back from the busy street, it's quiet and the well-appointed rooms and apartments are spacious and comfortable...
Hotel Casa Amelia
Standing tall along Flores' western shore, the Amelia offers bright, stylish chambers with excellent lake views; rooms 301 and 302 are best, opening on the superb balustraded roof terrace.
An eclectic melange of concrete, wood, thatch and wickerwork the Santana holds a commanding presence at Flores' southwest corner, with its very own ferry dock...
Meson Panza Verde
Possibly the ultimate in Antigua luxury, the Panza Verde is cloistered in a serene compound south of the center. The three doubles and nine lavishly appointed suites open on to private terraces amidst gardens overflowing with orchids, ferns and bamboo...
Hotel Euro Maya
Half a block west of the Parque Central, this colonial confection goes heavy on the chintz, with bright rooms redolent of pine, decorated roof beams and furniture of recent purchase.
A coffee plantation for much of the 20th century, this estate was remade as Pana's loveliest hotel in the 1970s. Located on the lake shore 1...
Hotel Villa Española
One of the very few options with colonial stylings in this part of town, the Villa Española has some beautiful touches. It's on a busy road, but rooms are set well back, so there's little noise. There's a good restaurant on the premises.
Hotel Mesón De María
You'll forgive the rooms for being a bit, ahem, tight on space when you see that the bathrooms feature real live tubs. Everything else is as good as it should be - firm beds, big TVs and a couple of gorgeous patio/breakfast areas.
Grand Tikal Futura Hotel
The towering glass architecture here is a contemporary reinterpretation of the grandiose concepts of ancient Tikal. The 205 luxurious rooms and suites all enjoy spectacular views and have their own safes...
Mayaland Plaza Hotel
One reason to stay in Santa Elena is that you get more for your money; Mayaland is a terrific example of this. The spacious comfortable rooms are set colonial-style around a peaceful courtyard...
Green World Hotel
This low-key shoreline property features an interior patio and an upstairs terrace overlooking the lake. Compact, low-lit rooms have safes, enormous ceiling fans and good hot showers – No 8, with its rear balcony, is by far the nicest.
On the north side of the island, this is a larger, 28-room, less personal place with a small pool (featuring family-sized Jacuzzi) and a super chilled terrace area overlooking the lake. Rooms have bathroom, air-con and cable TV.
Hostel La Sin Ventura
Just half a block south of the Parque Central, this faux colonial palace is above an entertainment center that includes a disco and the ever-popular Monoloco bar. The 35 pastel-tinted rooms line up along attractively tiled corridors on three levels.
One of the few budget hotels in Guate with any tangible sense of style, the Ajau is a pretty good deal, with lovely polished floor tiles and cool, clean rooms. Room sizes vary and those at the front can get very noisy.
A few blocks below the Teatro Municipal, the colonial-style Modelo offers 19 atmospheric rooms with wooden floorboards, firm beds and spacious bathrooms...
This modern four-story number is in a decent location and rooms are set back from the street, so they're quiet. Big windows looking onto patios and light wells keep the place sunny and airy.