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Hotels in Quetzaltenango start at $40 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
For travelers that are wanting to experience the heart and soul of Quetzaltenango, Travelocity offers a limited range of local options in which to stay. You will find 5 accommodations within an easy commute to Quetzaltenango that should fit the bill.
The Eco Hotel Uxlabil Atitlan is situated 20 miles (33 kilometers) from central Quetzaltenango. Alternatively, the Villa de Don Andres is about 2 miles (4 kilometers) away. Two other accommodation options in the region are the Hotel Modelo along with the Hotel Hamilton.
If time permits, adventurous explorers could venture to the other parts of the Western Highlands region. Western Highlands is well known for its forests, rivers and streams. Commonly visited traveler sights include traditional villages, old towns and archeological sites. Enlightened travelers in this area of Guatemala often enjoy mountain biking, mountain climbing and hiking.
25 miles (44 kilometers) from Quetzaltenango, you can find Panajachel, which is where you can spend the day enjoying Church of Saint Francis and Panajachel Municipal Market. The Posada de Don Rodrigo Panajachel and Hotel Villa Santa Catarina are a few of the Travelocity-listed short and long-stay alternatives in Panajachel. 25 miles (42 kilometers) to the southeast of Quetzaltenango, you will find Santiago Atitlan, home to the Hotel y Restaurante Bambu and Tiosh Abaj. The Cojolya Museum and Central Park are some more frequented attractions to experience in Santiago Atitlan.
Before you and your family head to Quetzaltenango, why not explore Travelocity's Quetzaltenango accommodation and city guide where you can explore the numerous things to see and do to be found here.