Hotel Casona del Lago
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Casona del Lago Flores
Our first accomodation fell through and we ended up driving around and found this beautiful little hotel right on the lake in Flores. Clean, pretty with a stunning view - what else could you want? It was under $50 Aus per night and the staff were lovely and very helpful.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Casona del Lago Flores
Travel Blogs from Flores
... horrorshow 2 years ago! Crazy ****. Good time for music in sydney. Had the shittest afternoon. Spent the whole afternoon on an island waiting for the sunset cos it was meant to be amazing. But then didn't see the sunset because of the clouds. Played card which was fun, but didn't drink cos I don't feel right, and then had the worst dinner ever because Emilio took us to his mates place of coarse. Hate ...
... weed, it makes me feel better ... Flying to Guatemala city today. The alternative would have been a 12 hour bus ride through winding jungle roads where at hour #2 Vivien and i would have started googling for the nearest Marriott Flores was so lovely. The second part of our tour is really fantastic, we are seeing some wonderful places and eating great food in back alleys There are 2 old ladies in the ...
... a four bed room which was little more than a shed meaning no mosquito screens or nets. I was on the bottom bunk and that night I slept terribly as I was bitten relentlessly. I counted 60 (!!!) bites when I woke up completely exhausted the next morning. So we decided the following night we would take a private room in the main building complete with stone walls and two fans.
... comfortable and we slept pretty well. Notwithstanding the incredibly loud calls of the howler monkeys for pretty much the whole night, we didn't feel too bad waking up at 3.30am. A guide, Luis, came to get us at 4.30am as arranged, and we swiftly joined a large crowd of sleepy looking people who had just come directly from Flores. Unfortunately for us, this time we did have to pay the extra 100 Quetzals each for the sunrise ...
... with straps that attached to their foreheads. Our last stop on the tour was Temple IV (Temple of the Headed Serpent), the tallest building in Tikal which offered outstanding views of the surrounding jungle.
After a short break in the shade, we continued our exploration alone to the south towards El Mundo Perdido (The Lost World) and the Great Pyramid before finding ourselves in the Plaza of the Seven Temples surrounded by ball courts and more impressive stone temples. But of ...