I visited Guatemala for 11 days in January and I would recommend this country to any traveler! I was struck by Guatemala’s rich history and beauty. You can have all of these experiences at the Las Lagunas Hotel – Guatemala’s finest Boutique Hotel, Museum, restaurant, and spa. The hotel is located on a 300-acre nature reserve where you can explore Guatemala’s tropical jungle, exclusive wildlife, and rich Mayan history. During your stay at this luxury hotel, you will discover the most beautiful treasures in the world – perhaps, the most exceptional is the Mayan history and unique wildlife. The hotel offers it’s guests the convenience of direct online booking and is situated just 10 minutes from the International Airport Mundo Maya.
Upon your arrival, you will be greeted by the hotel staff, air conditioning, and traditional marimba. The hotel staff is available 24/7 to meet all of your travel requests! When you arrive at your suite, you are going to be greeted by a waterfront view equipped with well-established luxury amenities. Aside from the beautiful pool and international cuisine at the Shultun Restaurant, the most impressive accommodations are the personalized travel packages. During my stay in Guatemala, I learned that having a knowledgeable tour guide was so important. Your travel experience will be enhanced when you begin to understand the historical context of Guatemala’s rich history, especially in Petén. You can choose from several tour packages that will best accommodate group, couple or solo traveler. No matter which you select, the tour guides at the Las Lagunas Hotel are eager to teach you about the intricate history of their country.
The Las Lagunas Hotel offers an all in one luxury experience for its guests from all walks of life – a luxury resort for honeymoons in Guatemala or the seasoned travelers wanting an eco-adventure. All of the experiences are customized to fulfill your most specific requests. If you are lucky, you may even stumble upon a jaguar, which is one of the spiritual guides of the Mayans said to bring you eternal good luck, protects the land & crops. ¡Buen Viaje!