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What shame I was there only for 2 nights (gAdventures). Absolutely amazing place by the lake surrounded by palm trees. rooms very large, lovely bathroom, food exceptional good and lovely owner.. what more to expect...
First the greats: great hospitality by owner and staff, nice swimming in lake, DELICIOUS marinated pork chops and chicken for dinner, best salad in Central America, good breakfast, great margaritas and frozen drinks! Rooms are large and ok, like so many places in the region,...More
Stayed here on a G Adventures group tour. This is quite a lovely hotel in a small town. The location on the lakeside is really pleasant. Swimming in the lake from the hotel lawn was great and it is nice warm water. The hotel also...More
This Motel is located well near shops and resturantes.The aspect is marvelous overlooking Lake Peten.Have a swim or a paddle in the canoe, laze about in the hammock or just sit on the grass with a drink.
Stayed here as part of a G Adventures tour. Beautiful grounds, delicious margaritas, large clean room, and I got to go kayaking on the lake. The only downside was the plumbing - the shower was equivalent to someone spitting on you, and the toilet would...More
Thank Candace W
Response from Mauricio A, Owner at Hotel Bahia TaitzaResponded 5 October 2015
Hi, Thank you again for your review. Yes, water pressure is an issue with the local town water source. San Jose, is very small and has a very low budget local government. Sometimes, they run out of petrol for the town water pump, and we...More
Resting on the shores of crystal clear, warm waters of the Lake Petén Itzá, we find the Bahía Taitza. With it’s almost 12,000 square meters and about 200 meters of beach. The Bahía Taitza is located in San José, a municipio from Petén. Covered mostly by fruit trees, grass, and plants. 16 beautiful and comfortable bedrooms, one bar-restaurant, an out side dinner, lots of resting and natural beauties. Making our guest feel like they are in a little paradise.