Catamaran Island Hotel

Address: on the Rio Dulce, Livingston, Guatemala | Hotel
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This hotel is located on on the Rio Dulce, Livingston.
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        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant

        TravelPod Member ReviewsCatamaran Island Hotel Livingston

        Reviewed by pgcrough

        Nice location

        Reviewed Dec 28, 2013
        by (17 reviews) Prince George , Canada Flag of Canada

        Very nice location, rooms were cute, pool was nice. The staff, once we got to know them a little bit, were very friendly. We would never normally pay this much for accommodations but our original plans fell through at pretty much the last minute so we considered ourselves lucky to get 2 rooms at the Catamaran. Breakfast was included and was very good but the menu was uninspired for other meals. The house wine is (in my opinion) undrinkable. It just seems like a shame because this place could be a real gem with very little effort or expense.

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        TripAdvisor Reviews Catamaran Island Hotel Livingston

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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        Traveler Photos Catamaran Island Hotel Livingston

        Me beside hotels river
        Rio Dulce, Guatemala
        View over the boat and island from foyer
        Rio Dulce, Guatemala
        Foyer of hotel
        Rio Dulce, Guatemala
        Pool at hotel
        Rio Dulce, Guatemala
        Beautiful flower against hotel grounds
        Rio Dulce, Guatemala
        My feet lazing around the hotel pool side
        Rio Dulce, Guatemala
        View to the island Catamaran hotel was on
        Rio Dulce, Guatemala
        Hotels foyer
        Rio Dulce, Guatemala
        The hotels beautiful island surroundings
        Rio Dulce, Guatemala