Hotel Tikal Inn

Parque Nacional Tikal, Tikal National Park, Guatemala | Hotel
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Tikal ruins

A travel blog entry by fletcher87

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On this day we crossed the Belize Guatemalan border and travelled to Tikal national park. The bus ride was not very long but immediately crossing the border I remembered we were entering a non English speaking country and were back to trying to remember the little amount of Spanish I know.
Tikal was awesome. The ruins are huge pyramids, and …

Tikal national park

A travel blog entry by arnold.smolders

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Today we did the sunset tour in Tikal, which was quite similar to Chitzén Itzá and Palenque, but still wondrous to behold. We got a tour along with a pair from San Fransisco. It was a bit rainy, but that didn't spoil the fun. The newt morning, before sunrise, we walked to Tikal again, and climbed one of the ancient buildings. From here we could see …

Ruined

A travel blog entry by wsbyama

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Days 62 - 65. (Miercoles 13 - Domingo 17 Noviembre) First of all - easiest country/land border crossing ever! Wow, what a nice experience. No lines, no issues, and a few laughs a long the way. Well the laughs were with the rip-off money exchange guys who haggle you on both sides of the border. First they laughed when we suggested they had 'very …

Sunrise and sunset in Tikal?

A travel blog entry by cgavin

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There is so much to see in Tikal and with only 24 hours to see it, there was no time for lollygagging. That didn't stop me from enjoying a quick siesta in a pool-side hammock until the room was ready. But before I could get too comfortable, we met our first residents of Tikal, the Coati!




Once the room was …

Flores

A travel blog entry by sojealous

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27.10.07
Colin up and about early to get some more cash from the ATM. He took a Tuk Tuk (3 wheeled motorbike, the same they have in India). He then phoned the Jungle Lodge to see if he could get a reservation. They quoted $52 us for a room with shared bathroom and $100us for a private en-suite room.
We have breakfast buy a few provisions …

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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Tikal Inn Tikal National Park

    Reviewed by fletcher87

    Nice resort hotel

    Reviewed Mar 15, 2014
    by (3 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    The stay was very nice. Amenities were clean and staff were friendly. Not too expensive for being in the national park either. My advise would be too take the sunrise tour and just walk around for yourself for the sunset. The sunset tour doesn't give you any extra privileges like a later stay as we had hoped.

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    Reviewed by wsbyama

    Rooms in the jungle

    Reviewed Nov 13, 2013
    by (6 reviews) Broome , Australia Flag of Australia

    We stayed here by default due to lost reservations at the other hotel. There was a pool, our rooms were way out the back in the jungle (which was nice for the peace and tranquility, but the path was very wet and muddy). Breakfast and dinner, and a guided Tikal tour were included in our price of $90US per room

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    Reviewed by friendtheworld

    Great location

    Reviewed Apr 13, 2013
    by (29 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    The place is really cute and you can't beat the location. You can up in the morning & walk right into the park.

    Staying the night in the park
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    Reviewed by beattie_family

    loved the wildlife and the temples

    Reviewed Feb 16, 2013
    by (11 reviews) Kempsford, Glos. , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Tikal Inn was perfectly placed for spending as much time as possible in Tikal Park, which is an incredible experience. We didn't get to swim because the weather wasn't very hot, but the pool looked nice. Staff were helpful when my husband was sick, and they played informative videos in the lobby. A highlight for us was seeing a troupe of coatimindi, flock of occelated turkeys and pair of agouti outside our room - all at the same time!

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    Reviewed by oneluckygirl

    good

    Reviewed Oct 26, 2012
    by (10 reviews) Oregon , United States Flag of United States

    If you are staying overnight in Tikal, this is the best place to stay. It's a small, simple hotel with a nice pool and good food. Electricity and hot water is only on for specified hours every day, but that's okay. It is Guatemala and to be expected at any place in this area. There were no problems.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by noelscull88

    Great

    Reviewed Jul 25, 2011
    by (1 review) Preston , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Beautiful but expensive drinks....costs more for a lemonade than a beer...WTF?

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Tikal Inn Tikal National Park

    Tikal

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    Stayed at the Tikal Inn for one night. The food was decent but if you want to hangout at night go next door to the Jaquar Inn restaurant. They have cards, board games, and the internet for a fee. The Tikal Inn is in the process of getting the internet for its customers. The Inn is one of three at the entrance to the ruins in the park. The rooms are large and comfortable despite the fact that electricity is on only a few hours. You have electricity for a couple of hours at breakfast, then lunch, then from around 6pm until 10pm. It is humid but the showers are nice. There is also a very large pool that was clean and sparkling when we were there in July. Great place to cool down in after climbing around the temples. Had no problems with mosquitos. Neither one of us received one bite. We had sprayed our clothes with Permithrin before leaving the states and used Deet spray liberally. I do recommend wearing long pants. Saw many European tourists in short shorts and all had tons of mosquito bites. I saw them spraying themselves so don't know what was the matter. The park doesn't open until 7am so if you want to be at the temples for sunrise you have to book a guide for around $10. You will leave about 5:30am.

    Worst Customer Service in Guatemala

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    I spent two months traveling Guatemala and had a terrible experience with the hotel management at the Hotel Tikal Inn. First, we were supposed to be in a bungalow and they put us in a cramped room and the shower did not work. Secondly, we had ants all in our food at the hotel restaurant. Third, the hotel staff only put one towel and no toilet paper in our room.

    Any time I had a question to the hotel manager, he was ridiculously rude. I plan to visit Tikal again with my husband and will most definitely take my money and business elsewhere.

    Tikal is one of the most magical places...go there! But due to the rude hotel management at the Hotel Tikal Inn...stay some where else.

    Simply Perfection

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    The Gutamala and Tikal Inn experience was my favoite of an extensive trip. Yes the hotel accomodations were basic. The grounds in my opinion simple and beautiful. Pool was great, so was the setting it was in. The value of dinner and breakfast with each night stay cannot be beat. The food was great and the ambiance (with live music accompanying dinner) fantastic. I have nothing but great things to say about the Tikal Inn. The thought of anyone being dissapointed is quite honestly incomprehensible to me. I hope you try it and have the same amazing (even life changing) experience I did!

    Adventure in Tikal

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    We drove ourselves and our two small children into guatamala from Belize. Quite an adventure itself. We found the Tikal Inn to be very nice, and certainly couldn't be more convenient! We loved the ability to walk around at sunset/ sunrise. Certainly a must if you are coming here. The crowds aren't there yet and you basicly almost have it to yourselves. Tikal is amazing! True the lights go out at 10 and that kind of creeped me out since when we checked in there was a huge monitor lizard in our room and the porter wasn't surprised. Huge spider in the bathroom and the howler monkeys at night screeching didn't make it a very peaceful night. But, what a great adventure!

    The rooms were clean, comfortable and the bathroom was huge and tiled.

    Tikal Inn perfect place to stay in Tikal

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    Staying inside Tikal National Park is highly recommended for a number of reasons:

    Hey, its in a jungle...

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    Pricey? I paid 25 US dollars per night..

    While the pool was green (was there any circulation of water in it???) and there was no electricity at night... its a motel in the jungle what do you expect?

    For two days I had a ball exploring the jungles and the ruins... For two days I didn't think about work. That's what a vacation is for..

    The bungalows are decent..yet clean.

    The staff was friendly and happily arranged all travel/shuttle...

    The food was good. The prices were ok.

    Enjoy it for what it is

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    I just had to post a review after reading what others wrote here. Granted, things may have changed since my husband and I visted two years ago, but we found the Tikal Inn very pleasant all things considered. The hotel, like the others at Tikal, operates using generator power so electricity is sporadic. Also, Tikal is incredibly isolated, so the accomodations are not luxurious. Ok, that's an understatement. They are basic. Very basic. But it's a clean place to stay with a nice pool, simple but delicious food (think grilled meat with steamed rice and veggies), plenty of beer, and friendly enough service. Yes, the bathrooms are...a bit aromatic (but again, clean) and the mattresses are hard. However, if you have a sense of adventure and know that going into it, you'll be fine. Enjoying a cold Gallo (cerveza!)in the pool and visitng with other guests after a long day in the park, listening to the crazy howler monkeys at night, then getting up before dawn and climbing to the top of one of the temples to see the sun rise over the jungle... The main draw in Tikal is the city itself, which is incredible. Simply beyond description.

    It was OK

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    All three Tikal hotels are okay-ish. They are somewhat overpriced and certainly will never win any awards. Only stay at them if you need to be at Tikal in order to catch either the sunrise or late-night tours. I stayed at the Tikal Inn last week and I found it to be spotlessly clean and relatively comfortable from a Guatemala perspective. Power goes off at 10pm and resumes at 6am. No A/C. Ceiling fans in rooms. My wife and I had hot water showers in the mornings. The place provides breakfasts and dinners as part of the room price. No choices but the food seemed to be acceptible. I found the staff to be pleasant and attentive. Towels were not provided but we asked for some and were quickly taken care of. Although the place takes credit cards, I declined and paid cash as they have that annoying system of tacking on a 5% extra when using them. This is not just a Tikal Inn thing, but something I found fairly common throughout Guatemala.

    Not customer friendly

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    Although the rooms and pool (slightly green) are OK, the attitude of the management is objectionable. Pickups and returns to the airport are done with all people at one time (regardless of plane schedules) because there is only one van, so you miss hours at the ruins and have lots of time at the airport. Arrangements for tours are mismanaged and staff are rude. When we requested the box lunch that was to be in our tour (after 8 hours of no food), we were told we could stay at the hotel instead of the tour if food was our focus. Look for alternatives--the attitude will be a real turn off.

    Not the best

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    Our Travel agent recommended this hotel over the Jungle Lodge stating that it was the newest hotel at the park. I am sure he was correct, however I wish we would have stuck with the Jungle Lodge.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Tikal Inn Tikal National Park

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    Refreshing dip after looong hike
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