Grand Tikal Futura Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Tikal Futura Hotel Guatemala City
The food at this restaurant was YUM! The surroundings were beautiful as well. We did not sleep here, we only ate at the restaurant.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Tikal Futura Hotel Guatemala City
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It's been one month since leaving for Guatemala and it has absolutely flown by! I'm so settled in this country and I wouldn't change a thing! It's been such a long week at the school but so rewarding as always - and an absolutely sick weekend to mark 1 month in this amazing country! We've been teaching self esteem workshops all week and taught our first English class! Seeing the smiles on those kids faces makes all of the hard work even more worth while! ...
... arrive I was in a room on my own and felt suddenly anxious but excited at the same time! After what seemed like 5 minutes after my head hit the pillow I was awoken by knocking on my door by Kerry and David. Slightly confused I realised I had slept in and misses breakfast!! I managed to pull myself together and shower and headed downstairs to meet everyone. We had a weeks worth of workshops on human rights, conflict resolution, sexuality and play. Not much to say ...
... central plaza where all the tourists would meet one another and explore the market together. We continued talking as time passed we then realized it was already ten o’clock, so we began to say bye, grabs our bags and hand made skirts and got in the taxi. We arrived at the airport at 12 o’clock on the dot.
... back to our hotel a guy noticed my hat with rasta colour and whispered to me as we walked past "I have some weed if you want". Tempting as it was (kidding) lI said no thanks. Just near our hotel there are horse and carriage rides offered for a tour of the city. Jess and I wanted to take one but the girls said it was animal cruelty and went back to the hotel. We took a half hour ride anyway and the horse looked pretty happy ...
... of cream cheese and I managed to apply the latter without my knife, which was unfortunately back at the hotel. That reminds me of when I first entered Guatemala, I had to hand it (the knife I specified was for cutting fruits and rolls) in to the bus company, and then they returned it to me when I had arrived at Guatemala City. After I ate my modest lunch, I walked around and found it to be quite a dull, though very relaxing place. I ran into some Dutch tourists from my hotel ...