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Saída até: 11:00
Peninsula Salpeten, El Remate, Guatemala - El Remate, Peten - Guatemala - 17022
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Saída até: 11:00
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Avaliou em 23 de fevereiro de 2019
This place is just a dream. Enrico and Lynn will welcome you as family, they cook delicious lunch and diner and will help you with all details you need for local visits. Very peaceful surrounded by the forest full of animals, this is the perfect place to rest and enjoy the nature. Lodges are big, clean and very comfortable with fantastic view on the lake. 1h away from Yaxha and 30min from tikal. Must try!
Pleasant, comfortable stay!
Avaliou em 5 de fevereiro de 2019
Spent two nights here while visiting the Tikal National Park. Enrico and Lynne were friendly and warm, and took care of me like I was family. The grounds are very well kept. Although the weather didn't allow me to enjoy the pool, the lodge is at the foot of a lake. It was extremely secluded and peaceful.
Amazing place in The jungle
Avaliou em 28 de março de 2018
I wanted a good hotel near Tikal and that's why I choose Maya Zacpeten Jungle Lodge . My wife and kid loved the beautiful pool and what can we say about the beautiful lake-you have to see how amazing it is . We got to see a gorgeous sunset by the dock! The rooms are very clean and they do change and clean the rooms every day . The rooms do not have a/c but they do have a ceiling fan and it keeps the room nice and cool . Hot water works well In the shower . Did not get to try the complimentary breakfast because I left to Tikal very early in the morning. I read all the reviews about this hotel before booking and yes you have to have a 4x4 to drive to the hotel , but there always an option to get pick up by the owner by boat . The place is very quiet and very relaxing . Enrico and Lynn are doing a great job with the hotel and they are very nice people . Enrico gave me lots of tips about Tikal and also recommend me to get there very early to enjoy the most of my Tikal tour . If you enjoy nature and want a relaxing hotel and friendly staff , this is the best place to stay .
Eco-THRILLING but a Bit Overpriced
Avaliou em 30 de dezembro de 2017
First off—the location is stunningly gorgeous. Enrico & Lynn have done a beautiful job of creating this lodge on 40 acres of a jungle peninsula that they protect and preserve with all their hearts. It is also nicely remote—accessible only by 4WD, but not to fear. Enrico will meet you at their parking lot closer to town and drive you up. They will drive you into and out of town as often as you like. You can get meals on site—homemade by Lynn herself. Continental breakfast is included. She will also cook up a full breakfast for US$10/person. I found the Lodge overall, however, a bit overpriced. I suspect this is because the upkeep on the property is expensive, but nonetheless... The cabanas are spacious but spare. The beds are not particularly comfortable, there’s no A/C, WiFi is spotty, and the fluorescent lights make it not particularly pleasant at night. Now to be fair, the only reason there is electricity at all on the peninsula is because Enrico brought it over across the lake. Finally, there’s no maid service to make beds or replenish towels day to day. Now none of this is particularly problematic—I’m a pretty intrepid traveler and have stayed in many more rugged places. Also I respect that the owner’s built the lodge from scratch. But at $200/night I expect a different level of comfort. I suspect if they were in the $125-$150 range, I’d be giving them much higher marks.
Avaliou em 28 de fevereiro de 2017
My daughter and I stayed two nights at Maya Zecpeten Jungle Lodge. First and foremost, know that this hotel is off the beaten track and really only accessible by 4WD or, as we did, at the mercy of the hotel's management. The owner is kind, helpful and easy going. The location is absolutely stunning. The pool is perfect on a hot day. The rooms are very clean and large but also spars and could use a little decorating with some of the colorful, traditional Mayan textiles and art. The hot water in the shower is HOT but also a bit tricky to get to the right temperature.