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The only hotel at the entrance of the Archaeological site, was undergoing some refurbishment in Dec 17.
Room 33 has two double beds, a chest of drawers but nowhere where to hung your clothes.
No fridge or tea and coffee facilities.
I haven't tried water...More
The worst experience in my life! I have been working in hospitality business the last 14years and I never felt so embarrassed like here. The staff unfriendly, unprofessional! The place have good location but nothing else! It’s build long time ago, no money turned back...More
It is an absolutely NO GO as mentioned in other comments. I give 1 star because there is no 0.
We stayed at Tikal Inn for 3 nights that was the worst accommodation we have EVER had!
Reception: They do not give ANY informations about...More
Well, it is an absolute no go.
The worst price-quality ratio I have ever experienced (and according to tripadvisor, I have traveled / backpacked a mere 30% of the world).
Disguising, dirty rooms with electricity being cut off sometime around 10:30pm and the staff gossiping...More
This is a prime location inside the Tikal park, with amazing surroundings and the tours to the ruins are within a walking distance.
Now, the hotel is a different story, service is less than poor and staff is undertrained. Service in restaurant is very limited...More
US$60 - US$103 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I echo DavidW W's comments. Power generally 6.30pm to 10pm at night, and 6am to 9am in the morning. I've only stayed in the bungalows at the end of the long track away from the visitor centre, but nights were warm but... More
I echo DavidW W's comments. Power generally 6.30pm to 10pm at night, and 6am to 9am in the morning. I've only stayed in the bungalows at the end of the long track away from the visitor centre, but nights were warm but breezy, and no problem getting to sleep, especially after a hard day exploring/climbing. Windows all have grills/mesh so while windows/vents are open, no bugs get in.
Response from 3486Miguel | Property representative |
Hotel offers collective shuttle service from Airport/ Flores/ bus stations everyday between 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. ( depending on arrival time of first flights from Guatemala City) cost is $ 10.00 per person per trip... More
Hotel offers collective shuttle service from Airport/ Flores/ bus stations everyday between 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. ( depending on arrival time of first flights from Guatemala City) cost is $ 10.00 per person per trip, returns from Tikal everyday at 3:00 p.m. (only ) If these times do not work for there is a private shuttle service at a time of your convenience pick up/ drop off service locations within Flores cost for party of 2 is $ 60.00 per trip. In order to reserve your transfer your confirmation via e-mail/phone call is needed along with your pick up/ arrival information: Airline /Bus line name, flight number, arrival time/ Hotel name