Designed to be a relaxing home away from home for discriminating travelers in search of a truly unique travel experience, it is wonderfully decorated with hand-carved wood furnishings combined with ornate ceramic tiles to reflect the elegant Spanish colonial style of an 18th century Guatemalan plantation.
An infinity pool gazes onto Lake Atitlán and the majestic Atitlán, Toliman and San Pedro volcanoes in the distance.
Outside, amidst meticulously cultivated botanical gardens, abundant roses, orchids, bougainvillea and azaleas bloom. Teeming with flowers of every description and color, the gardens are a wonder in this part of the world. Over two hundred varieties of roses make up the Antique, the Modern and the David Austin Rose Gardens.
There are also more than 50 varieties of hibiscus, vines, English style knot gardens and a tropical heliconia garden. Other botanical experiences include a Wedding Garden, a Coffee Garden and a variety of orchids. More than 25 colors of bougainvillea and an Azalea Garden provide a dazzling display of palettes.
The rich flavors of Guatemala come to life at Hotel Atitlán Restaurant, which blends chic sophistication with a warm, casual ambiance. Featuring an elegant terra cotta design complemented by tasteful burgundy and teal shades, the restaurant offers splendid views of Lake Atitlán and the surrounding volcanoes through large bay windows.
The cuisine is a fusion of regional and international specialties, with fresh fruits, vegetables and produce sourced from nearby farms. Guests may dine in one of the two indoor dining rooms or out on the poolside terrace — with all three settings offering uninterrupted lake and volcano views.
Single Standard Room
Double Standard Room