A modern hotel with rooms, on three levels, set in several small blocks on a slope over looking the lake. Rooms were fine with a balcony. One major asset were a couple of deep freezes, set along the pathway which you have to walk along to get to the pool and resaurant, where there are bags of ice for guest's use. There is a golf buggy to take you and your luggage to the room also needed when checking out as the end rooms require a short walk and then a number of steps to get to the restaurant/reception area. Set in quite an isolated spot, there are a few restaurants some way off but no taxis near the hotel, but the food at the hotel was fine although the breakfast choice was a bit restricted for our tastes. You had the choice of eating inside of the restaurant or outside sitting under a massive high thatched roof looking over the lake. One nice thing about the hotel is that as well as providing you with a nice packed breakfast, for early leavers, there is also coffee and cakes to enjoy in reception while you wait for your pick-up. Although most of our time was spent at two Mayan sites and we didn't really have time to explore the hotel properly, we thought it to be a well run and pleasant hotel.
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- Also Known As:
- Camino Real Tikal Hotel Peten
- Westin Tikal National Park
- Camino Real Tikal Westin
- Westin San Jose
- San Jose Westin
- Camino Real Tikal Guatemala/Santa Elena