Hotel Monterrey

Calle Monterrey, Panajachel, Lake Atitlan, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Panajachel

Lake Atitlan

A travel blog entry by joshandmargaret


We piled into Glenn and Judy's awesome Toyota van (a small, 12 passenger, 4 cyl diesel - the only van I've ever coveted - they don't make these for use in the States) and motored west for Lake Atitlan, a lake that makes many top-ten lists for the most beautiful lakes in the world. It really was pretty, which is saying a lot given my high standards for pretty scenery. The terrain around ...

I am another week deep

A travel blog entry by dosisliving


... texts. unfortunately I still haven't got any messages so am unsure if I need another new phone :/

after completing my second salsa class my confidence was high and myself, friends and some of the Guatemalan teachers have been hitting the salsa clubs hard. I discovered that my confidence shouldn't be high and that amongst Guatemalans I am a giant. Pulling off the "hair brush" salsa move is very difficult when the chicas ...

Unexpected Delay

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria


... day Maria discovered they owned a 'Hospedaje', a family home with extra rooms for renting out.

As it was past midnight and everyone else was looking a bit lost, we asked if she had any more rooms and she reckoned she would. So everyone from the van walked back to her 'hospedaje' and got a much needed bed for the night. We'll put that down as 'our' good deed of the day instead of letting them all fend for themselves.

We had finally arrived. ...


A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi


... This harsh transition caused disenfranchisement, trauma, physiological/cultural/emotional stress amongst the Mayans. Their cultures and practices were ignored and replaced by their Spanish oppressors. Their unique cultural identities were lost. They were discriminated against, taken advantaged of and excluded from society. Their vulnerability made them an easy target for the Spaniards. The Mayans were vulnerable due to...
-The lack of an established universal language ...

Lago de Atitlan

A travel blog entry by vclench


... which live alongside the lake's shores are indigenous, the women famous in particular for their colourful traditional dress. Colourful cloths wrapped around as skirts and held in place at the waist by a contrasting but equally colourful fabric belt. Floral tops made from intricate and decorative lace, which look too delicate to handle the process of being washed in the lake. The fabric souvenirs they make and sell are equally vivid and vibrant. Women walk the paths balancing ...


This hotel is located on Calle Monterrey, Panajachel.
Map this hotel

More great choices in Panajachel

Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Panajachel


TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Monterrey Panajachel

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent