Hotel Jaguar Inn, Santa Elena Peten Guatemala Maya-archaeology
Facade of Jaguar Inn Hotel.

If you seek a budget hotel in the Flores area and especially one that is safe and secure, then consider the Jaguar Inn, Santa Elena, Peten. Santa Elena is near Flores and a short ride (or long walk) from the international airport that serves Tikal.

 

Hotel Jaguar Inn, Santa Elena Peten Guatemala Maya-archaeology
Room with private bath and clean.

The Jaguar Inn of Santa Elena is owned and operated by the same Solis family as the Jaguar Inn within the Tikal National Park. The main difference is that the Jaguar Inn of Santa Elena is about half the cost ($17 for a room). The hotel has a restaurant.

The Jaguar Inn has a parking lot, something not available at any of the hotels on the overcrowded island of Flores itself.

If you need to leave your luggage while you visit Tikal, the Solis family has been in the hotel business for decades and it is in their interest to continue to provide a safe place for you, and for your left luggage.

The Jaguar Inn has private bath and is clean. The hotel is well maintained.

Contact info:

Phone number (502) 7926 0002
Recepcion, Tikal Phone number: (502) 7783 3647
Email: contact@jaguartikal.com and mundotikal@yahoo.com

 

Updated June 2010

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