Cost approximately $600 USD
On-site restaurant and small pool. The grounds are very pretty and well-maintained. The rooms are beautiful. They have a rustic old-world feel to them.
They have a small store where you check in. Not a lot in there but they have a few snacks and some souvenirs you can buy. They will also arrange tours to the local temples for you also.
A taxi from downtown back to the hotel was $5. You can walk into town but it is a little bit of a hike. It can get hot so be prepared for that.
If you’re solo like I was, you might get a little lonely. Not exactly a lot of social life around the hotel.
Overall I really loved the resort. It was quiet and secluded. My biggest complaint was the lack of hot water. That can be overlooked for all the other amenities.
This is a good base for Tikal Guatemala.