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Staff tried to be helpful Imagine a rest stop was a hotel, you have the Tikal inn. My room's shower was just a dripping light stream when on. The windows were at the front of the hotel so any car pulling to the hotel filled the room with exhaust and the 4AM tour met outside my room. I got no sleep. They claim to have wifi, Its only available in a 10 foot radius of the lobby desk. It worked when I checked in, then later in the evening no access. I inquired and they said it is satellite so weather affects the connection, well there were no clouds in the sky. Then their excuse was too many people on. There was only one other person there and she was having issues as well. Went by the Jaguar inn next store and used theirs. Nothing in this hotel has been changed since the 1950's. It may only be $60 but its not even worth that. Drive else where when you are done with the park tour. Oh, as others said, there is only electricity for 3 hours in the morning and 3 hours in the evening. Keep that in mind when eating at the local restaurants...no proper refrigeration.
Anyone b*tching shouldn't have booked in the jungle. You aren't going to get The Four Seasons.
Location is obvious! Sunrise tour with Cesar also fantastic. A little on the pricey side but you're paying to be at Tikal, not for the amenities. Food/drinks reasonably priced. Wifi slow even in common area(though better than nothing). A little warm at night but still tolerable.
Great customer service It’s in all a great hotel in many ways. Restaurant, staff, rooms, you name it. I must recommend traveling to Peten, Guatemala, this December. It harbors the most important mayan cities in the world, making it the place to be on December for the change of mayan era, the 13 Bactun. I read that a great ceremony is taking place at Tikal (gorgeous ruin park) were the biggest uncovered mayan temples are located, with mayan ceremonies, and a spectacular light show at night. Im definitely going and of course staying al Camino Real.
Very well run Hotel with excellent attentive staff and lovely landscaping and surroundings. A bit isolated located on a beautiful lake several kilometers off the main Flores-Tikal highway down a very bumpy road. Great and not a problem if you're staying mostly at the resort or taking a package group tours. The hotel provides a shuttle to and from the Flores Airport several times a day and will drop you off in El Remate where you can get a bus to and from the Mayan ruins at Tikal if you want to go on your own. However, its a long walk or a $* USD cab ride back to the Hotel from El Remate in the afternoon. Food was excellent, but while the room rate was great vslue for the money the restaurant prices were more like those you find in the US or Europe.