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By any standards this place is outstanding, and provides exceptional value. The main building is designed to represent a Mayan Hall with some rooms in the same building and others in separate structures in the grounds. These grounds are extensive with a lake, and a...More
My girlfriend and I spent the last night of our vacation in this beautifully decorated and friendly staffed hotel. The pictures you see on their website are exactly what you get. The beds are very comfortable, the internet is great, the TV is a new...More
Presents itself as boutique hotel but we do not share this opinion. It is small but not as luxurious as you expect from such a hotel.
We stayed in a junior suite which was light and somehow spacious but cheaply/messy furnished. Small bathroom and no...More
During our visit of Chiapas, I recently stayed with my partner at Quinta Chanabnal. The hotel looks like a real palace of a Mayan king! I was amazed to see such well-constructed recreation of ancient Mayan buildings. There are lots of sculptures and hieroglyphs all...More
My husband and I recently spent three long nights in this hotel. It is built in a traditional pre-Hispanic style, very open to the elements which brings into question the problem of security as the whole area is surrounded by army and police barricades! We...More
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Yes, there are suites where they can add a second bed. We were a party of 4 (2 adults and 2 kids: 11 & 12 yrs) and they were able to accommodate us all in one suite. Our tour to Yaxchilan we arranged through a travel agent... More
Yes, there are suites where they can add a second bed. We were a party of 4 (2 adults and 2 kids: 11 & 12 yrs) and they were able to accommodate us all in one suite. Our tour to Yaxchilan we arranged through a travel agent in San Cristobal called OTISA. We highly recommend them. They organize tours all over Chiapas and the Yucatan.