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When you stay at Chalet Castillo in El Estor, you'll be steps from Lake Izabal. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, and laundry facilities. Guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle for a surcharge, and free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The hotel is right on the lake, with great sunrise views from the terrace. They keep the rooms and pool very clean. The staff rose far above my expectations in everything from setting up a beautiful terrace dining table for my arrival, and assisting with tour and transportation requirements to the spectacular El Boqueron Canyon and Finca El Paraiso hot waterfalls. There is a restaurant adjacent to the hotel, who will deliver meals to the terrace, where I had the best steak dinner, in Guatemala. Unlike most Guatemalan hotels, this hotel has fabulous beds, pillows, and linens.
Cons: Unfortunately for the owners, the hotel has two bars/strip clubs right behind it that play blaring music from mid-day, into the night.
Pros: Property is right on the edge of Lago Izabal and has beautiful views. The pool is nice and is kept clean. Security and safety seem okay.
Cons: It was chaos when we arrived - they were having a private party with DJ and deafeningly loud music, so there was no proper check-in procedure and no way to ask questions. Although that noise finally ended, the tienda next-door called "Iguana Power" plays very loud music all day every day, from about 7 am to after midnight, so don't expect peace and quiet. El Estor is a small town, but this hotel is a long way from the center, so it's hard to find anywhere to eat. The few restaurants near the hotel always seemed to be closed during our 4-day visit. We had a large party and had booked several regular rooms, but they suggested we take the 4-bedroom house. This was a mixed blessing - lots of space and a full kitchen, but NO dishes, glasses, or cutlery (so why does it have a dishwasher???), and the living-room flooded during a rainstorm. Staff were pleasant if you could find them, but the property seems very under-staffed.
Cons: Location is remote with no access to any facility. Dangerous neighborhood. Dirty rooms. Basic food. No comfort for $100 rooms.