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Guatemala Vacation Packages

Top Hotels in Guatemala

Grand Tikal Futura Hotel
Grand Tikal Futura Hotel
4.5 out of 5
Calzada Roosevelt 22-43, Zona 11, Guatemala City, Guatemala
Free CancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is NT$2,748 per night from Oct 27 to Oct 28
4.4/5Wonderful! (993 reviews)

"Location , was accessible with lot of restaurants around"…"

Reviewed on 2020/4/13

Grand Tikal Futura Hotel
Hotel Casa Veranda
Hotel Casa Veranda
3.5 out of 5
12 Calle, 1-24 Zona 10, Guatemala City, Guatemala
Free CancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is NT$2,485 per night from Nov 2 to Nov 3
4.3/5Excellent! (441 reviews)

"Amazing hotel and staff. Very helpful with everything we needed under the current situation. Would love to return if possible."…"

Reviewed on 2020/4/20

Hotel Casa Veranda
Hyatt Centric Guatemala City
Hyatt Centric Guatemala City
4.5 out of 5
12 Calle 2-25, Zona 10, Guatemala City
Free Cancellation
The price is NT$3,067 per night from Nov 15 to Nov 16
4.7/5Exceptional! (240 reviews)
Perfect one night stay

"High quality hotel for Central America. Rooms are perfect, the pool is great and service is good."…"

Reviewed on 2020/4/3

Hyatt Centric Guatemala City
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.


Hike up lava-spewing volcanoes, discover ancient Mayan ruins amid the jungle and unwind in the soothing hot springs of this diverse Central American nation.   Visit Guatemala to discover the heart of Mayan culture in Central America, where ancient ruins blend with beautiful natural landscapes. From the sprawl of the urban cities to remote mountain ranges, Guatemala is a destination that offers options for all interests.

Though Guatemala is en route to modernization, the traditions and customs of the ancient Maya continue to live on. Practice your Spanish in this developing nation to make friends with the locals and attend a Catholic Mass to see how this religion has shaped Guatemala’s culture.  

Guatemala’s capital, Guatemala City, is the largest city in Central America and the hub of Guatemalan politics and wealth. Bustling crowds fill the pedestrianized streets and filter in and out of the cafés.

Southwest of Guatemala City is the colonial city of Antigua, an attractive town featuring cobbled streets and pastel-colored churches. Take a tour of the Iglesia y Convento de Santo Domingo, the remains of a large monastery including two underground crypts and the ruins of the church.

From Antigua, head out to the countryside to find towering volcanoes, dense forests and coffee farms. Climb the volcanoes of Agua and Acatenango, and marvel at the active Volcán de Pacaya which looms over the city. Also in this region is Mixco Viejo, a Mayan ruin set amid lush greenery.

Those in search of Guatemalan history and thrilling adventure should spend time in the western highlands. This is one of the true hearts of Mayan culture in Central America, as the Mayan people have thrived here for over 2,000 years. See the hot springs of Fuentes Georginas, go hiking around the Mayan village of Todos Santos Cuchumatan and shop for handicrafts in Chichicastenango market.

Most visitors fly into Guatemala City’s airport, Aeropuerto Internacional La Aurora. From Guatemala City, take a shuttle bus to Antigua. Pullman buses are the most comfortable choice for traveling between major cities. For short hops, take a tuk-tuk through the towns.  

After you’ve spent some time inland, consider a trip to Guatemala’s Pacific Coast where you can find a few oceanfront resorts with views of sweeping sands.

Frequently asked questions

Q: Should I book a car while on vacation in Guatemala?
A: Like many happening cities, Guatemala City and Mixco can be explored by public transportation. But if you’re eager to head off and discover the region of Guatemala or farther afield, you’ll love the flexibility and freedom that comes with having your own car. For all your motoring needs, take a look at our guide to Cheap Car Hire in Guatemala.
Q: Which airports can I fly in to for a vacation to Guatemala?
A: While there are a number of different airports in Guatemala, chances are you’ll be flying in to one of these leading international terminals:
  • Guatemala City (GUA-La Aurora Intl.): 1,112 international flights per month.
  • Flores (FRS-Mundo Maya Intl.): 47 international flights per month.
Q: What are the most popular types of hotels for a vacation to Guatemala?
A: From luxurious options to those that are a bit cheaper, you’ll find lots of choice. Many travelers base themselves in hotels. Other typical types of accommodations in Guatemala are hostels, private vacation homes and apartments.
Q: What does a Guatemala vacation booking with Expedia include?
A: Flight and car. Hotel and flight. Hotel and car. Flight, hotel and car. You get the gist. You can book as much or as little as you like, all at the same time. To make the most of your Guatemala vacation, have a look at our attractions and experiences as well.
Q: What is the best way to save money on my vacation to Guatemala?
A: You’ll be rewarded when you lock in a Guatemala vacation package with Expedia. Bundle your Flights, Hotels and more and enjoy unbeatable discounts, such as up to 42% off select properties. You’ll soon be staring at the vacation of your dreams with a price tag that might just surprise you.
Q: What are the best things to do in Guatemala?
A: Guatemala City is home to many great sights. Paseo Cayala is often at the top of travelers’ must-do lists. Other sights to squeeze onto your itinerary are La Aurora Zoo and Universidad del San Carlos de Guatemala.