Amatique Bay Resort & Marina

Address: Calle Final, Finca Pichilingo 14, Puerto Barrios, 18001, Guatemala | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Calle Final, Finca Pichilingo 14, Puerto Barrios.
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          • Spa
          • Adult pool
          • Outdoor pool
          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Beach
          • Kids pool
          • Bar/lounge


          • Minbar in room
          • Microwave in room
          • Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
          • Refrigerator in room
          • Reduced mobility rooms
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Free parking
          • Kitchenette
          • Beverage Selection
          • Family rooms


          • Suites


          • Meeting rooms/conference facilities
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TripAdvisor Reviews Amatique Bay Resort & Marina Puerto Barrios

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Puerto Barrios

          Rio Dulce, Guatemala

          A travel blog entry by twintravelca on Aug 19, 2015

          5 photos

          ... we went under a bridge and past little river islands that resembled Miami. Eventually we reached a little harbour with a few large yachts and a small wooden boat house poking through the dense mangrove. Boarding a rickety pontoon we ventured into the mangrove where we were greeted with lots of small wooden huts you could only reach by walking along a thin bridge above the mangrove/swamp. Our hut was set near the river side and was swarming with mosquitos! This area ...

          Family time

          A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Aug 18, 2015

          3 comments, 9 photos

          ... Rodolfo is an agronomist and has worked in different countries but Honduras is his home. He worked in the upper Huallaga area of Peru about the same time that I was in Peru (72 - 80), and he knew some of the Oblates who worked in the mission there, particularly Fr Maurice Schroeder, who was also a medical MD missionary. Moe had treated Rodolfo's first child for some problem. There Rodolfo fell in love with Isidora, who lived only a house away from ...

          Back to the Caribbean

          A travel blog entry by wattsy on Apr 07, 2015

          8 photos

          ... for us anyway. We end up getting them changed in a small guesthouse at a less than favourable rate, but no worse than we would have got changing them back home.

          We visit the beach, half expecting an idyllic Caribbean beach scene. It's high tide however so not much of a beach can be seen, and being a volcanic country the beach is black sand anyway. To top it off the beach is littered with many small disco's. The town has issues with drink ...

          A Kangaroo in Guatemala

          A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Jan 07, 2015

          25 photos

          ... of a cliff and jumped into the smelly sulphurous water. All the way along local Mayans were fishing in traditional canoes and moving produce up and down the river. The further up we winded the flatter the terrain became and was surprised to see yachts and massive million dollar motorboats. This ancient river drains out of Lago de Izabal which we were later to find out is the safest port in the Western Caribbean for the hurricane season which had just finished so ...

          More Guatemala

          A travel blog entry by i.a.c. on Aug 01, 2014

          10 photos

          ... eyes is not much time at all, but certainly enough time to learn about people living in different conditions. I stayed enough time to take a descanso (break) for which I headed to the southern part of the country. A week after my descanso I left. My backpack had moulded over, about half of my clothes had moulded over, the kids were at times extremely unwelcoming and disrespectful that it made me wonder why I was even there, and because of this I knew it was ...