The Laguna Lodge is nestled in its own nature reserve on the shores of Lake Atitlan. This luxury boutique hotel commands best views over the waters of Lake Atitlan with a trio of dramatic volcanoes as its backdrop. To ensure your stay is comfortable and enjoyable, Laguna Lodge is providing a range of services and amenities including turn-down services. Inspired by nature, their spacious lakeside suites are individually appointed with king beds, fine linens, woven textiles and indigenous antiques. This hotel also includes a SPA with a pool, a swimming pool, a gym, a yoga pavilion and the private reserve. You will also find a palapa, a lounge and the Lava bar. Zotz, the full service restaurant at the Laguna Lodge offers gourmet cuisine with a distinctive flavor and quality from natural foods.

All 6 suites at the Laguna Lodge are individually decorated and featuring a King or two Queen bed. They are completely equipped and decorated and include terracotta en suite private bath with green marble in the shower and hand painted artisan basins, botanical toiletries, oversized towels, bath robes and WiFi Internet. Sliding glass doors maximize your views and join the room to a private balcony with slate floors and palm roof, lounging furniture, stone writing desk and a coffee tree! The beautiful and mountainous reserve at the Laguna Lodge begins at the front of Lake Atitlan and sprawls behind the lodge to escarpments and high altitude dry forest. The highest point is 1,963m (6,440ft) and you will have an area of 100 acres for safe walking and enjoying this bio diverse land.


3:00 PM


12:00 noon

Cancellation / Prepayment

Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type.

Children and extra beds

Children older than 13 years are welcome. One child over 13 years old or adult can stay for a fee per person per night when using existing beds. There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.


Pets are not allowed.


  • Balcony
  • Bar
  • Bathrobe
  • Currency exchange
  • Free toiletries
  • Gardens
  • Jacuzzi
  • Laundry
  • Lounges/bars
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Parking
  • Private Bathroom
  • Restaurant
  • Room service
  • Seating area
  • Shower
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tour Desk
  • WiFi Internet


Canoeing, hiking, diving, horseback riding, snorkeling, water sports facilities (on site), fitness center, spa, massage, hot tub, bar, restaurant and swimming pool.


WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.


Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).



Panajachel is located in the Guatemalan highlands and provides incredible views to three volcanoes and Lake Atitlan. The volcanoes, San Pedro, Toliman, and Atitlan set an incredible stage for this town. Panajachel also serves as a gateway to explore the three indigenous villages around Lake Atitlan. Santiago Atitlan, Santa Cararina Palopo and San Antonio Palopo, are all famous for its women weavers and their typical clothes.

During the period of the Spanish conquering Guatemala, the shores of the lake were the scene of the great battle in which the Spanish and their Cakchiquel allies defeated the Tzutuhils. The Spanish set up a church and monastery in Panajachel soon afterward, and used the town as a center for converting the Indians of the region to the Catholic faith. The original façade of the church stills stands, and is one of the gems of the colonial buildings in Guatemala.

Panajachel or Pana as it is called by the locals is a town full of interesting sights, sounds, and smells. The town has numerous hotels and is full of small quality restaurants and interesting nightspots. During the day you can visit the surrounding villages, enjoy the breathtaking views onto the volcanoes that surround the lake or visit Panajachel’s busy market street. It is also one of the best places in Guatemala to shop for souvenirs.

The town itself is small and you can get anywhere within 15 minutes. Tuctuc’s (taxis on 3 wheels) are widely available to take you to nearby attractions. Private boats which take you across the lake and to the Indian villages regularly leave from the pier at the foot of the main street, Calle Santander. There are also larger public ferries but they only go to Santiago Atitlan and San Pedro.

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