Hotel Del Patio

Address: 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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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Del Patio Peten

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Peten

          Travel Day

          A travel blog entry by candiceanthony on May 14, 2015

          ... we go our separate ways in Coban. We were on a super spacious big bus though but then we realized we had to go around to other hotels and pick up other people. So we got to this one hotel and guess who got on the bus?! The three Israelis!!! Nathan, Ryan, Anthony and I all exchanged the look of terror as we saw them entering the bus but Anthony was the only one to say something. I think it went something like "****, not again!" Hahaha which we then all burst ...

          Guatemala - Antigua

          A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Nov 05, 2014

          49 photos

          ... the place was completely full when we arrived, so we decided to have something to drink in a bar next door. We returned home early because we had to wake up at about 6.00 the next day.

          Both of us liked Antigua quite a lot. Its religious, private and government buildings are outstanding evidences of Spanish colonial architecture. Most of the constructions dating back to the 17th and 18th centuries constitute magnificent examples of colonial jewels in the ...

          For The Crater Good

          A travel blog entry by colin on Sep 01, 2014

          4 comments, 33 photos

          ... walked along the river (which was only knee deep at worst) until we came to the first waterfall. Then it was a climb up the rocks and bank and onto a path to the next waterfall. After a bit of ooh'ing and ah'ing we went back to town.

          It rained early, about 2pm, so I had a good excuse to spend time in the hammock with a book.

          On Thursday I headed back to San Salvador to get a bus to Playa (beach) El ...

          Semana Santa

          A travel blog entry by skyenichol on Apr 16, 2014

          52 photos

          ... t think they tag out… longest gig ever!). After that is a slightly smaller float bearing a statue of the virgin mary, and this float is carried by women who do not get to wear awesome robes. This float is followed by yet another band. There were 2 or 3 of these processions going each day, so even if you missed them coming out of the church at the beginning, chances are as you walked around town (and ALWAYS when you were in a hurry to get somewhere) you would encounter ...


          A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Mar 01, 2014

          101 photos

          ... we were loving every minute of it. Our guide took us over to a spot where the lava and piping hot red embers where easily seen, here we roasted marshmallows. The head was unbearable, I could only turn my face toward it for a few seconds before feeling like it was going to melt my face off. Eventually the fun was over and we began our descent back to safety. We'd absolutely loved Antigua, but again the time had come to move on. In a lot of ways Guatemala was very similar to Mexico but ...