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Hotel Jaguar Inn Tikal

Tikal,Tikal National Park,GT,Guatemala
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Quite ok DaanRood on 10/08/2017 23:20 410 Reviews

Property Location When you stay at Hotel Jaguar Inn Tikal in Tikal National Park, you'll be in a national park and convenient to Tikal. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 13 guestrooms. Conveniences include ceiling fans and in-room massages. Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance. Dining Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Hotel Jaguar Inn Tikal. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Business, Other Amenities Free parking is available onsite.

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Hotel Jaguar Inn Tikal

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Hotel Jaguar Inn Tikal

Tikal,Tikal National Park,GT,Guatemala 3 Star Hotel
Check in 15:00
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Property Location When you stay at Hotel Jaguar Inn Tikal in Tikal National Park, you'll be in a national park and convenient to Tikal. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 13 guestrooms. Conveniences include ceiling fans and in-room massages. Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance. Dining Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Hotel Jaguar Inn Tikal. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Business, Other Amenities Free parking is available onsite.

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Hotel Jaguar Inn Tikal

Tikal,Tikal National Park,GT,Guatemala
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#1 of 1 B&Bs / Inns in Tikal National Park
Overall Rating 3.5Rating from 410 reviews
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Quite ok

DaanRoodon 10/08/2017 23:20

A nice hotel and a really nice and friendly guy at the reception, who provided us with a lot of information. No airco and the electricity turns off at 9. But, that's part of sleeping in the jungle - respect for nature, which is a good thing.

Keep in mind that since 5 months ago a day ticket bought after 3 pm, is the day after not valid anymore! You simply have to buy two day tickets. So, staying a night in the jungle leaves you a difficult choice:

Or you decide to go just one day (but buses leave at maximum 2.30 pm and you'll need a full day to see all of Tikal, so that means you better buy a sunrise ticket).

Or you buy two day tickets.

Or you go early, stay there the night and go home early.

Apart from that, the hotel itself was fine. Nothing really to complain about. The food in the restaurant was payable and good and there were spacious rooms. Nothing special.

Overrated, nothing special.

FrancisMMon 01/08/2017 14:41

Jaguar Inn is one of the few hotels at the enterance of Tikal. The rates of the rooms are way too high. Concerning hotels its a better option to stay for example in El Remate - that is just about 40 minutes by car/bus to Tikal. There you have very nice hotels for 1/3 of the price of Jaguar Inn.
The restaurant of Jaguar Inn doesnt fit with the roomrate. The menu has hamburgers, sandwiches and spaghetti - and 1 or 2 other dishes. That's all.
Very poor wifi.
They use "we are in the middle of the jungle" as kind of excuse - but I ve been in more remote places who have much better facilities/service.

Great stay

jcee246on 01/08/2017 11:53

We really enjoyed our stay here despite having read a few questionable reviews. Jaguar Inn is located 17km inside the Tikal National Park. You must pay for your entry to the National Park on the way in to the park. This allows you entrance to the Park to visit the monuments. Should you want to visit at sunrise or have a guided tour there is an extra charge. We opted to take a sunrise tour with Ronny from our hotel. He was an excellent guide, very knowledgeable and even gave our group a bit of a wildlife tour too! We saw lots of wildlife and heard the infamous Howler Monkeys. The hotel was very comfortable and the restaurant food was superb. Given you are staying in a remote National Park there are restrictions on water and electricity, however, we didn’t experience any shortages. We would definitely recommend staying here and doing the sunrise tour with Ronny.

It's ok but stay next door if you can afford it

dougbuckinghamon 26/07/2017 01:12

The best thing about this place is it's location, as it's a very short walk to the entrance to Tikal. Plus the owner (or manager) is also a good man and very helpful.

The accommodation (we had a bungalow) is average. It was cleanish, though wasn't cleaned or more relevantly toilet paper bin emptied during our stay. It really could have done with a mosquito net around the bed. Cheap and easy to organise,
me thinks.

The worst thing was the food. We don't eat much meat and ordered two of the very few veg options on the menu. The Italian salad was appalling and surprisingly the nachos barely edible (we loved and lived on nachos elsewhere in Guatemala).

We had thought this was standard fare
for the Tikal hotels until we went to the hotel next door, and instantly regretted not spending the extra money to stay there. Not only was the menu very inviting and very tasty, so was the swimming pool and the general ambience of the place. So stay there if you can afford it.

Extremely friendly and helpful

Todd Fon 25/07/2017 03:48

My stay at the Jaguar was a brief but enjoyable one. A member of the staff who went by the name of Edwin helped us whenever we needed anything. His directions and tips were bang on and he was very accommodating. I found the room to be quite comfortable and the even the showers were quite good considering we were in the middle of the jungle. One warning is that being in the jungle, the power is shut off from 9pm to 9am. However, it was really soothing, being completely surrounded by the sounds of the jungle while falling asleep. If you can live without electricity for twelve hours then I definitely recommend Jaguar Inn for your stay at Tikal. You will also see some nice wildflowers and possibly even a wild turkey or two like I did. It's also worth mentioning that it was a short walk to the entrance of Tikal (less than ten minutes I believe).