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Except the restaurant that offered a meat to much cooked in france we prefered "bloody meat" and teh fact the rooms are a little bit narrow ,it's a typical hotel with a spanish feeling .This hotel is quiet and ggod to have a rest before and after Tikal visit .Well situated from the island of Flores .

Beautiful place but is not being maintained. Room smelled musty and the ceiling paint in the bath room was turning black. Also along the side of one bed and the out side of the bath room wall. I think it was black mold. No exhaust fan in the bath not helping. The sink had the hot and cold crossed. I told the maid that a maintenance man could fix it in 5 minuets. Was still that way when we left. Only ate one meal there. Breakfast, the ham was a piece of lunch meat 1/16" thick. The hash browns I could not eat at all. It was like they had been left setting in old grease for some time. The eggs where good.

Liked it there so much! Pool area was nice! Clean! Nice garden. The room was big enough en the restaurant service was good as well. Perfect place to stay if you wan't to explore Flores. This will save you some money because it is less expensive compared with hotels on the island. You can go to Flores by foot (only 15 minutes).

I booked this place last minute and thought was a gem. I only stayed one night but wish I had stayed longer. It is close to all amenities and the island of Flores is walking distance or 5q in a tuk tuk. The staff were very helpful. The pool area was a real surprise, I am so often annoyed with hotels who have fancy reception areas but crappy pools. The pool decking and lounge chairs where really nice. The courtyard was cute and was disappointed I did'nt have time to chill out in one of the hammocks over looking the courtyard. I did not try the food because I eat on the island instead. The room was spotless, super white cotton soft sheets and good choice of pillows.

We had a very good experience in this Hotel. Marvin is a very friendly host keen on helping his guests and the whole staff is very nice. Very good location as it is 200m far from one of the main travel agency of Santa Elena and Flores, San Juan Agency.

First, I was given a room where the WiFi didn't reach but did have a work table. WiFi is an absolute must for me. They changed me to a room that did have WiFi and they scraped up a n extension cord with enough sockets to work but I had to put the laptop on a bed and lay out the clothes and stuff I was gong to use for the 4 night stay. I noticed during the room change that the pool was closed for renovation. In any case I called the travel agent who booked the hotel and reported the happenings. A short time later, I got word from the local rep that they were changing me to another, better located hotel, Hotel Camino Real Tikal for the 3rd and fourth nights. I have a review for that one too. This summer and the middle of an unusually rainy rainy season. Although the rooms are air conditioned, the restaurant is not, so dinner was hot and steamy though the overhead fans helped some, The food was surprisingly good for a small hotel. The first morning was also fairly steamy at breakfast which was a typical ham and eggs American breakfast though with juice and fresh fruit and toast. decent enough. The second morning, they made me a nice omelet with ham, bacon, onions and cheese along with the fruit, juice, toast and coffee. A nice way to get the day started. The staff really went out of their way to try to make up for the deficiencies and I expect they'll be more in tune with customer needs before he arrives. I have to say everywhere I have been in Guatemala, service has been outstanding.

The food was average. I would not eat there if I were you. I was just injured on a trip to Tikal. It is close enough to some fine places to eat on the island of Flores. The staff was very, very accommodating. The pool was under renovation so that was a disappointment. The courtyard was beautiful though. Overall our stay was meh.

I am really pleased that I stayed at this hotel, pretty nice setting and the pool was a plus. But what I am really happy about was the great staff especially a great guy named Reyes who was the most helpful person that I came across in my whole trip. He did everything to accommodate to my needs and he even went out of his way to make sure that I got my luggage back when I left it at the hotel and I was already 4 hours away. He did everything in his power to overnight my luggage to me all the way in Rio Dulce. I am really pleased with my overall experience and I know exactly where to stay next time I am in town. I would recommend this to anyone. and if anyone gets to meet Reyes say hello for me. I owe him big time.

This lovely hotel is a hidden gem tucked away from the bustle of the touristy Islas de Flores on the other side of the bridge. It's just off a main street, but in a quiet neighborhood. It's within a quick walk to two grocery stores with atms and about a 10 minute walk to the island. The beds are super comfortable with an real comforter so that you can crank up the AC. It has a beautiful plant filled two level courtyard with hammocks on level 2. The outdoor pool was great for a quick swim to cool off. The staff was always friendly and helpful. They got us in touch with a great local travel agency Reino Khan Mirador in Flores. The hotel called Oscar Salas and he came to the hotel to help us book transportation and accommodations to our next destination in Guatemala. He speaks English and Spanish fluently. Wi-Fi works well in the courtyard, but intermittently within the rooms.

We were two couples and we stayed two nights in May. We found the staff to be super helpful and accomodating, switching up the menú for special vegetarian requests, arranging special and economical tours and transport for us on several occasions. Two of the four of us speak Spanish so this was probably an advantage for us but nonetheless the staff was very good and the food was good. Our rooms both had two beds in them and were snug but they were comfortable and the rooms and bathrooms were nice and clean. We liked the location and proximity to Flores Island. We used the pool to cool off a lot and found it could have used some maintenance. We would go back though.

8a Avenue y 2nd. Street corner, zone 1 Santa Elena Peten

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Outdoor pool

Hotel Del Patio places you next to Maya Mall and within a 5-minute walk of Lake Petén Itzá. This 21-room, 3-star hotel has conveniences like an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.


For your convenience, a full breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 10 AM. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or enjoy a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant.


Hotel Del Patio's 21 air-conditioned rooms provide ceiling fans, safes, and phones. TVs come with satellite channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Desks and free toiletries are also standard.

Property features

Hotel Del Patio features an outdoor pool, free WiFi in public areas, and a meeting room. If you drive, put free parking to good use. Helpful staff is there to provide tour or ticket assistance, as well as offer insight about the area. Additional amenities include a terrace, laundry facilities, and a garden.

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Trip Advisor aggregated rating

62.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 50 reviews

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