Nice, somewhat private, accommodations with thatch roofs. These are open screened at top for air circulation so conversations from other cabanas can sometimes be heard. Bath rooms are fairly nice for aN eco-lodge type environment. Clean and plenty of room. Very pretty and convenient location. Was here on a birding trip and the National Park is a must see, not to mention the Inn grounds. A word to photographers - Make sure you have 2 cameras with you or pack the one in a bag with plenty of desiccant. The humidity will KILL DSLRs. Happened to us and another couple. Luckily, the moisture subsided and the camera began working the next day with no further problems. Also, remember the power goes off at around 9 PM and comes back on at around 8AM so plan accordingly!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Tikal Inn is located in Tikal National Park. It sits on the edge of the jungle and it is only a ten minute walk from the center of the Maya Ruins (Grand Plaza). The hotel's traditional architecture provides a comfortable setting to relax, bird watching, wild life observation and enjoy the natural beauty of Tikal National Park. All rooms have private bathrooms, hot water, and ceiling fans. We have a swimming pool, front desk/conference center for 80, bar and restaurant. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Tikal Tikal National Park