Maya Internacional Flores

Located only 5 minutes away from Santa Elena International Airport, by the shore of the Petén Itzá lake, just in front of the charming Flores Island.  The Maya Internacional Hotel offers you all the comfort that you expect after a day of adventure in the jungle and in beautiful archaeological sites like Tikal, in this wonderful corner of Guatemala.
The 28 rooms at Hotel Maya Internacional, are arranged in two buildings of 1 or 2 floors with beautiful views of the Flores Island & Petén Itzá lake.

Services and Facilities

    •    30 rooms, all with private bathroom, hot water, balcony, cable TV, A/C and ceiling fan
    •    Restaurant & Deck:  Enjoy international cuisine as well as local specialties for breakfast, lunch & dinner  (open from 7:00 to 21:00 hrs)
    •    Outdoor swimming pool
    •    Sun beds & garden furniture
    •    Beautiful gardens
    •    Private lake beach
    •    Gym
    •    Heliport
    •    Free wireless internet in lobby & restaurant
    •    Laundry service
    •    Bilingual staff
    •    Money exchange (US$, euro)
    •    Safety box (in front desk)
    •    internet service
    •    Parking lot
    •    Shuttle service to/from airport (on request)
    •    Tours assistance
    •    Medical Assistance
    •    The hotel offers 1 meeting room  with capacity for up to 100 people to have your seminar, business meeting, convention or wedding, in a very different and pleasant atmosphere

Tourist Attractions

It was in the region of El Peten were the Maya Civilization developed and flourished from 1500 B.C., to 1,100 A.D. They created a perfect calendar, an intricate system of hieroglyphic scripture and an exact numeric system based on 20. Although, their culture was one of the richest in the ancient world, the fall of their civilization continues to be a true enigma…. Deep in this jungle lays “the city of the whispers”: Tikal. This site has around 3,000 structures consisting in plazas, ball courts, palaces, temples and stelas are found in the site and it is estimated that over 7,000 are still undiscovered. In 1979 UNESCO declared Tikal National Park “World’s Heritage Site”. Among the many archaeological sites to be found in this area, the most visited are Yaxhá, Uaxactún, Ceibal y Aguateca, where one can enjoy its beautiful surroundings such as lakes and rivers as well as the variety and richness of flora (mahogany trees, kapok trees and cedars, orchids, bromeliads, etc..) and fauna (spider monkeys, howler monkeys, toucans , red parrots, tortoises, coatis, butterflies, etc.).


Número telefonico: (52) 984 803 4371 / (52) 984 803 2804
Lunes a Viernes 9am - 6pm
Sábado 9am - 1:30pm CST
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