Solola Vacation Packages

Top Hotels in Solola

Hotel y Centro de Convenciones Jardines del Lago
Hotel y Centro de Convenciones Jardines del Lago
3 out of 5
Calle Monterrey, Panajachel, Solola
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is NT$1,630 per night from Sep 23 to Sep 23
4.2/5Very Good! (146 reviews)
"Beautiful property by the lake. Friendly staff and convenient location, about 5 min walk from the main street and the boat dock. Will stay there again."

Reviewed on 2021/9/5

Hotel y Centro de Convenciones Jardines del Lago
Porta Hotel del Lago
Porta Hotel del Lago
3.5 out of 5
2a Avenida 06-17 Zona 2, Panajachel, Solola
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is NT$2,891 per night from Sep 26 to Sep 26
4/5Very Good! (440 reviews)
"Nice property. Great views of the lake and volcano. Lobby is not impressive and building is from the 80s or 90s so it is not new and needs a bit of updating but for the price and location it is hard to beat. Rooms do not have blackouts so get ready to wake up early."

Reviewed on 2021/9/18

Porta Hotel del Lago
Hotel Atitlán
Hotel Atitlán
3.5 out of 5
Finca San Buenaventura, Panajachel, Solola
The price is NT$4,297 per night from Sep 23 to Sep 23
4.5/5Wonderful! (291 reviews)
"Food, services, facilities are all excellent. I have been coming to this place since I was a kid"

Reviewed on 2021/9/6

Hotel Atitlán
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Sololá (department)

Set around a picturesque lake and in the shadow of tall volcanoes are a series of towns and villages where the ancient customs of Maya descendants flourish.  

Experience the traditions and folklore of Guatemala’s indigenous groups in the eye-catching Sololá Department. Pretty villages sit on the shores of the vast Lake Atitlán and against the backdrop of a spectacular volcanic landscape in Sololá. Visit colorful markets, trek to a volcano summit and enjoy tranquil boat rides. Immerse yourself in the cultures of the Kackchiquel, Quiché and Tzutuhil people.

Perched on a hillside overlooking the lake’s northern shores is Sololá, the departmental capital and its largest town. The town bursts to life on Tuesday and Friday when local traders hawk their goods at the Mercado de Sololá. Landmarks, such as the Catedral de Sololá and Torre Centroamericana, are reminders of the colonial era. Enjoy lake views from the Mirador de Lago Atitlán and Mirador San Jorge lookouts.

Volcano scenery, boat trips, Maya craft stores and a vibrant nightlife scene create an inviting ambiance in Panajachel. Spot butterflies, monkeys and raccoons at Atitlán Nature Reserve. In nearby Santa Catarina Palopo and San Antonio Palopo local residents dress in colorful attire that dates back to pre-Hispanic times. Catch a boat to Santiago Atitlán, on Santiago Bay, home to a 16th-century church where services blend Catholic and Maya rituals.

On the western lake shores, San Pedro la Laguna sits between glistening waters and cornfields. Shop for embroidery and woven baskets, relax at a beach or hike with a guide to 9,908-feet (3,020-meter) tall Volcán San Pedro. San Juan de la Laguna is famous for Maya art and Santa Clara la Laguna is a starting point for scuba-diving trips. Browse the busy markets of San Lucas Tolimán, the department’s gateway to the Pacific Coast.

Buses depart regularly for towns in the Sololá department from Antigua and Guatemala City. Boats provide an affordable way to travel around the towns and village on Lake Atitlán. November to February are the busiest months, when there’s little rainfall and clear blue skies. Arrive in mid-August when the Nim-Akij Sololá fair takes over Sololá with dance shows, music and street food.

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