In the heart of the San Buenaventura valley we have Organic Gardens, uniquely designed, fully furnished and equipped suites and houses for two, four and six guests, and double rooms.
The valley of San Buenaventura has seen tremendous transformations from an ancient Mayan village at the end of the 1700s to a sugarcane plantation in the mid-1800s to a coffee plantation in the early 20th Century and then, in 1989 the opening of Hotel San Buenaventura de Atitlán.
With roots in the Valley of San Buenaventura
Hotel San Buenaventura de Atitlán can be a hotel for one or several nights or extended stays in the San Buenaventura valley. It is located on the shores of Lake Atitlán, near the town of Panajachel, in the Guatemalan Highlands.
The San Buenaventura Valley is home to our own coffee grove and forests. Guests have access to our network of private wooded trails. With wildlife from the adjacent Lake Atitlan Nature Reserve, Reserva Natural.
The coati, also known as the coatimundi, is a species of coati and a member of the family Procyonidae. Local Spanish names for the species include pizote, antoon, and tejón, depending upon the region.