Food and service was amazing. Had the beef fajitas and they were easily the best fajitas I've ever had!!! A little pricey.. but worth it! Would definitely go again soon if I had stayed longer! P.S. the leftovers tasted just as good
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We had a lunch at the Hotel Atitlan Restaurant. We enjoyed the lunch and wandered around the garden and lake areas. The lake view from the restaurant was fantastic. The garden in front of the restaurant is also amazing. The price of the lunch is...More
We stopped by Hotel Atitlan on the way back from the Reserva. We were not staying at the hotel, but we asked the guard at the gate if we could go in for lunch, he called up to the hotel and then let us in....More
Beautiful grounds and comfortable room but the food is below average for this price of hotel. the bar is chaotic, one person serving with coach loads arriving. Very high prices for wine and very small measures. Needs to improve food and service to qualify for...More
As with most guests, the al fresco lunch and stunning view ticked a lot of boxes! It was a treat to be able to visit, enjoy the food, wander round the gardens and dream of coming here to stay for full-on R&R (pool, treatments, books,...More
The restaurant itself is good, but not extraordinary - although breakfast was great. The best thing about it is the view, which is simply breathtaking.
What the guide books failed to mention is they charge 75 quetzals each just to enter. Then they discount it off your bill? I was a little confused on this business model. So I can't speak on the food but just be warned you might...More
The restaurant is lovely with a marvelous lake Atitlan view. Service was excellent. We ordered Mohito, chicken soup and chicken fajitas. All were more than excellent. The gardens entrance fee was deducted from the bill. Very highly recommended.
This restaurant has many Maya's symbols and pieces of art. The images have part of Maya culture in its colors, fabrics and animals. The food is delicious with fish options (like robalo with cilantro), pastas (with green sauce, champignonse, and pollo) or salads with aguacate...More
We lived in Panajachel four years, and this was our favorite 'go-to' place to take visitors. The absolute best is the view... open-air dining (NEVER too hot or cold, please believe me) and the view overlooks gardens and a pool... and the lake with volcanoes...More