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Panajachel 10

Quetzaltenango (Xelajú) 7

Chichicastenango 5

Jaibalito 3

San Marcos La Laguna 3

Huehuetenango 3

Santa Cruz La Laguna 3

San Pedro La Laguna 2

Santa Catarina Palopó 2

Santiago Atitlán 2

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Zunil 1

San Juan La Laguna 1

San Lucas Tolimán 1

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Cacique Inn

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This inn is a collection of little buildings about a block from the main street. Spacious, if sparsely furnished, rooms have sliding-glass...

Hotel Atitlán

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Keep any disappointment in check until you arrive. You turn into a quiet cove northwest of Panajachel, and will spot an ugly high-rise...

Hotel Dos Mundos

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Set amid colorful gardens, this hotel gives you comfortable accommodations without the hefty price tag of more deluxe digs. The medium-size...

Hotel Posada de Don Rodrigo

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At the end of Calle Santander, this excellent hotel—there's a branch by the same name in Antigua, and a stay at both branches in one...

Hotel Primavera

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Friendly owners are a nice plus at this budget find with mostly second-floor rooms in the center of town. Of the hotels we recommend...

Hotel San Buenaventura

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The well-manicured gardens of this small complex lead down past a shallow pool, bricked Mayan sauna, and Jacuzzi to a private beach.

Hotel Utz Rajil

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This three-floor lodging sits on a quiet street, just one-half block off Calle Santander. Rooms come with cabinet, bed, and table—not...

Porta Hotel del Lago

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At six stories high, Panajachel's biggest in-town hotel is a veritable skyscraper, and also has the most amenities. Although it lacks...

Posada de los Volcanes

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The friendly owners here operate their own small tour company, and are likely to be your guide or driver if you use their services. The...

Rancho Grande Inn

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A German immigrant by the name of Milly Schleisier opened this string of bungalows back in the 1940s. In so doing, she created what is...

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