Tikal Inn is our pick for the best of the three lodges at the park. The cluster of comfortable bungalows, set farthest from the park entrance, wraps around a well-manicured garden and a swimming pool, which you will be very happy to see after trekking through the ruins. It's set apart from the other lodgings, affording a bit of privacy. There are several types of accommodations: bungalows (the best choice), junior suites in two buildings, and rooms in the main lodge building and in an outbuilding. The bungalows have thatch roofs and stucco walls decorated with traditional fabrics. Electricity is limited to a couple of hours in the morning and for around three hours at night. A restaurant, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, has a menu with daily specials. Some bookings require a breakfast and dinner package.