Hotel Del Patio

8a Avenue y 2nd. Street corner, zone 1, Peten, Guatemala | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 8a Avenue y 2nd. Street corner, zone 1, Peten, is near Palacio Nacional, Museo Ixchel del Traje Indigena, National Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, and Centro Cultural Miguel Angel Asturias - Teatro Nacional.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Peten

    Palenque, Mexico to Antigua, Guatemala

    A travel blog entry by waynenwendy on Nov 15, 2013

    1 comment, 45 photos

    ... we did a full day tour with a local guide which included 2 1/2 hours of water caves, hiking to the Mirador (lookout) and swimming in the pools. As there was quite a bit of swimming required in the caves I decided to wear a life vest. The cave tour (with Wayne, myself and one other guy) started off very tame, where we were wading through water up to our waist each of us holding candles to light the way. The water got deeper and ...

    One final stop in Antigua

    A travel blog entry by ryanandmeg on Aug 28, 2013

    33 photos

    ... and then had lunch in the restaurant, "Tenedor del Cerro". We spent a last few hours in Mary’s until another round of emotional goodbyes were in order. Meeting people is such fun but goodbyes are the worst! After the last hugs were had, Ryan and I grabbed a few hours’ sleep before our 4am shuttle to the airport arrived. Really sad to leave Mary, Alberto and Antigua but the time had come to head to our final Latin America destination, Santiago. ...


    A travel blog entry by tristanbreslin on Jun 19, 2013

    21 photos

    ... several Brits, Americans and Canadians thrown in. We drank on the roof of the hotel (alcohol being the international ice breaker) and got to know each other. Saturday 15th June: The first full day in Antigua, we went for breakfast at a coffee and chocolate plantation. The tour was fascinating, and I had a marvellously fresh cup of coffee with pancakes. In the afternoon we had an hour long salsa class which everyone enjoyed. I had immediately become good ...

    The Duke

    A travel blog entry by pwong on Mar 23, 2013

    14 photos

    ... isn't it? Perhaps the most interesting aspect of the tour was chatting with the tour guide, a local from a nearby town, and a man for whom tourism brings the promise of a better life. We had opted to go with a local tour company, not for any altruistic purpose, but because of one important reason - it was cheaper! As with anything in a tourist World, you can go basic or high-end, and often times high-end means expat-owned, ...

    ¿Cómo Está Tu Españoles?

    A travel blog entry by jameshardy88 on Feb 17, 2013

    123 photos

    ... English (Kind of the point I guess) so I had to fumble around with my very limited Spanish. I was staying with a Swiss couple and a dutch girl all who had over a week's worth of lessons under their belts and spoke some pretty impressive (At least to my ears) Spanish with our hosts. My room was basic but large and the homecooked food was amazing. I'd fallen in love with tortilla's by this point so was more than happy with everything ...