Hotel Las Cumbres


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Lonely Planet review

Located 500m south of Zunil, Las Cumbres seems like a colonial village amid a volcanic landscape where great plumes of steam emanate from the earth. The hotel is built on top of natural steam vents, and each of the 12 cozy rooms comes equipped with its own sauna and/or hot-spring–fed Jacuzzi.

There's a good restaurant (mains Q50 to Q80) serving organic vegetables from the hotel garden, along with a squash court, gymnasium and handicrafts store. Nonguests can use the public sauna (Q30 per hour, open 7am to 7pm), a modern pine-paneled installation, or spa, offering massages and facials. Any bus bound for Retalhuleu or Mazatenango can drop you at the entrance (Q5).

Our independent authors have visited Hotel Las Cumbres and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Zunil.

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