Set on a hillside on the outskirts of town, this hotel has a wonderful view of San Ignacio and is a stone's throw away from the Cahal Pech ruins. Accommodations can be had either in the main building or in one of the thatch-roof individual bungalows. All are clean, spacious, well maintained, and feature carved Mayan wall hangings and colorful Guatemalan bedspreads. Most have air-conditioning. The rooms have larger bathrooms, and they are higher up and thus have better views from their private balconies -- particularly the rooms on the third floor. On the other hand, the bungalows offer up a greater sense of privacy, and are set amidst well-tended gardens on the hillside below the main building. There's a large, open-air restaurant on the second floor of the main building, where guests gather for meals and to trade travel tales. The newest addition here is a two-tiered midsize outdoor pool set on a high spot near the main building with a great view over the town and valley.
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