I stayed at the Posada de Santiago for 3 nights, 2 in a stone cottage and one in the Casa Orquidea. Both were lovely. The spacious grounds are absolutely gorgeous. There are plenty of shaded spots to sit and hammocks outside the rooms. Pretty restaurant, good food, helpful staff, large pool overlooking the lake, hotel dock. Beds were exceptional. A few of the guests swam in the lake. The property is on a somewhat steep incline which makes for good exercise and beautiful views but not a good option for people who have difficulty walking. The hotel is located just outside of town. The town itself is poor and offers little in the way of tourism. The last day groundskeepers were wood-fire roasting coffee beans picked on the property in an outdoor kiln in the garden. The hotel can be reached by taking a public boat from Pana to the dock in Santiago (or a private boat to the hotel dock for a lot more $$). The main road is a short walk from the dock where a red Tuc Tuc will take you to the hotel - 5 Quetzals per person to go anywhere in town.