Hotel Dos Mundos is located one block from shores of Lake Atitlán in the town of Panajachel. This hotel is a quiet and comfortable oasis in the heart of Panajachel.
- 2:00 p.m. check in
- 12:30 p.m. check out
- Free Breakfast
- Restaurant in Hotel
- Swimming Pool
- Wireless Internet
- 6 km
- 120 km
- El Mirador Trail
- 5 km
- Lake Atitlán
- 12 km
- San Pedro Volcano
Panajachel is Lake Atitlán’s most popular town. It’s been attracting travelers for over fifty years and still sees a consistent number of international and travelers each year. The setting here – with gorgeous views of the blue lake and large volcanoes looming in the distance – is lovely. The town has an ample selection of restaurants, bars, and shops. Zip lining and hiking can be done at the Reserva Natural Atitlán, and there are opportunities for swimming, mountain biking, and kayaking nearby.
Hotel Dos Mundos is centrally located in Panajachel. It’s super easy to access the lake, restaurants, shops, and bars from the hotel. And somewhat surprisingly, this hotel is fairly quiet, especially considering its central location.
Accommodations at Hotel Dos Mundos are set around a nice garden area. The rooms are spacious and clean and decorated with locally crafted furniture. Beds are comfortable and adorned with handmade bedspreads. All rooms have a flat screen cable TV, private bathroom, and hot water shower.
The rooms open onto the garden area and swimming pool. This midsize pool is surrounded by palm trees and offers guests a good place to cool off. Sun chairs surround the sides of the pool.
The hotel’s restaurant offers authentic Italian cuisine and specializes in homemade pasta. It also has a good selection of fine Italian wines. The breakfast here is complementary and includes eggs that are made-to-order. The restaurant is located in the back of the garden and has a nice open-air atmosphere.
Hotel Dos Mundos also has a small outdoor café that fronts one of Panajachel’s main streets. This is a fun place to sit and watch the street’s activity while enjoying an espresso, beer, or desert.