Hotel near Tikal Guatemala
Hotel near Tikal Guatemala. Stay at El Remate in Hotel & Restaurante Las gardenias, clean rooms, air conditioning, TV, few steps of Lake Peten Itzá.
Hotel near Tikal? stay with us! Hotel Las Gardenias is a family-run business located in El Remate, just 100 meters from the beautiful waters of Lake Peten Itza. It offers an on-site restaurant and lush gardens. We do our best to help travelers to arrange tourist activities, transport, lodging, among others. Please feel free to ask and we will try to give you the best answer.
Each air-conditioned room here features bright décor, with tiled floors and a private bathroom. Overlooking the gardens, they also include a cable TV and a desk.
Local and international cuisine is served at the hotel’s restaurant, and other options can be found within a 5-minute walk.
About the family
We have been working in tourism industry for over 12 years. The founder Magdalena Rodas started working in a hotel and restaurant in Tikal National Park in 1976 whilst her husband Daniel Sánchez started even earlier in 1970, He worked for one of the major tour operator in the Peten region for over 20 years. They both retired decided to start a business with their children. Las Gardenias came into reality in 2004.
Nowadays all the family cooperate in the business. William, the son, owns a tour operator that works with different major companies in Guatemala. We provide useful information so that you get an amazing experience in our country. We offer daily tours to Tikal, Yaxhá-Nakum-Naranjo, jungle treks, boat rides, horse-back riding, private and shuttle transportation to any place you wish (Tikal, Yaxhá, Flores airport, Belize border, Belize city, Antigua Guatemala, Coban, Lanquín, Semuc Champey, Chetumal in Mexico, Caye caulker in Belize…)
Tikal Guatemala is a mayan city located in Central America in the beautiful department of Peten. Tikal is also part of the one-million-hectare Maya Biosphere Reserve created in 1990 to protect the dense forests of the Peten.
Tikal grew into an important ceremonial, cultural, and commercial centre over the centuries.
Tikal was the capital of a conquest state that became one of the most powerful kingdoms of the ancient Maya.