Isla Verde is the hotel where you can reconnect with nature, where you will live without the constriction of time enjoying a simple, organic and eco-friendly lifestyle, knowing every single detail will be carefully arranged for you gourmet cooking, beautiful decoration, gorgeous surroundings and breathtaking gardens.
This beautiful hotel is located in a region which conserves alive the Mayan culture. At a point of convergence between Kakchiqueles, Tzutujiles and Quiches, Sololá has a landscape stained with the colors of the typical costumes and the changing blue and green colors of Lake Atitlán and its three volcanoes. It is located in a mystic world full of fantasy and tradition, around the “Heaven’s Mirror”.
The Posada is best known for its stone bungalow cottages, a number of rooms are also available to the budget traveller. Casa Orquidea, a new two-story building, has a number of charming doubles with private bath on the ground floor, just by the yoga studio/conference room/theater on the second floor.
Hotel Posada de Don Rodrigo Atitlan is located in Panajachel on Lake Atitlan, to where the owners have taken a little piece of la Antigua – location of the original Posada de Don Rodrigo. Conveniently situated on Santander Street, right around the corner from the lake, you can enjoy the bustle of Panachajel’s ambulatory market and the multicolor crafts shops throughout the town. Hotel Posada de Don Rodrigo is a place where beauty encounters elegance, service, and great taste, right in at the shores of the Lake Atitlan.
Hotel & Restaurant Bambú welcomes you to Santiago Atitlán, the most emblematic pueblo of the Atitlán basin. Surrounded by volcanoes Tolimán and Atitlán, on one side, and volcanoe San Pedro, on the other, and embellished by rustic farms, corn fields, orchards and forests of the Tz´utujil people, the area recreates a dreamlike atmosphere. With a population of 27, 000 inhabitants, 97% of them from the Maya Tz´utujil etnical group, Santiago Atitlán has the highest indigenous population of the Americas.
Encompassed by mountains and volcanoes, immersed within our 100 acre nature reserve, our luxuriously natural boutique Eco-Resort is perched on the shores of the beautiful and mystical Lake Atitlan. Entry into this Mayan world begins by boat.
Inspired by nature the lodge is built from volcanic stone, adobe, wood and palm. Spacious suites with large private balconies offer spectacular views over the lake to the volcanoes.
Meson Panza Verde is pleased to announce the opening of our sister property Villas B´alam Ya. Located on the western shore of beautiful Lake Atitlan between Panajachel and Santa Catarina Palopo, Some villas nestle among tropical lakeside gardens, each with unobstructed view of Lake Atitlan. We aim to satisfy the needs and desires of the discerning traveler.
In 1970, Arturo inherited the land from his parents and he, along with his wife Susan, built the Hotel Atitlan. The first wing consisting of the entrance, bar, restaurant and 14 rooms was completed in December of 1971.
The second wing of 29 rooms was completed in 1974 and the last addition of 22 rooms in 1992. In total, there are 60 rooms, each individually decorated by family members with its own private balcony and breathtaking views.
Perched above spectacular Lake Atitlan with a view of three volcanoes and located in the Guatemalan Highlands, Casa Palopó offers two distinct brands of romantic relaxation for the sophisticated traveler.
Choose from the charming and colorful accommodations in the main building, which features seven spacious rooms decorated with contemporary and indigenous artwork.