La Inmaculada is a contemporary boutique-style hotel in Guatemala City's vibrant Zona Rosa district.
You see plenty of traditional Mayan themes throughout Guatemala, but this refreshing little boutique-style hotel in the capital, Guatemala City, is uncompromisingly contemporary. With just 11 guest rooms and two suites it offers a comprehensive service, and excellent attention to detail. There are high-end bathroom amenities, top quality bedlinen, and, for a special treat, in-room spa services.
There is a tranquil central courtyard where you can take breakfast or relax and a restaurant serving lunch and dinner - you can also receive your meals in your room. The hotel is situated in the central Zona Rosa district where there are many other eating options, shopping and entertainment.
What our clients say
97% of our clients rated their experience with us as Excellent or Good.
Guatemala is just a lovely country coming to terms with tourism. However the hotels (except the quality in Coban) were beautifully maintained and in wonderful locations. The sites we visited were wonderful and the stay at Chiminos Lodge was an experience of a lifetime.P
Antigua at Easter time is unbelievable. The stay at Chiminos was extraordinary. Tikal lives up to its' billing, but then the sites at Aguateca and El Ceibal were in their own way equally as exciting.P
Highlights “With the exception of Coban which has very little to offer, everyday offered a new, memorable and in many cases totally unexpected experience. We were so fortunate to see the Easter preparations and parades, never thought I would see the like and Tikal was quite stunning. We had no expectation of Livingstone and the journey there and we were simply bowled over by how fantastic it was, that basically is how we felt about the whole trip.”DA, Waterloo
So many. Probably Guatemala. It is so beautiful with volcanoes, Lake Atitlan and beautiful flowers. We also loved the vibrancy of Mexico City and the beautiful beach at Hotel Esencia.RCB, Bury St Edmonds
Highlights:- Loved all of it for different reasons, what made the trip exceptional though was the ease of travelling facilitated by the local representativesGW, Chinnor
Highlight?: The Mayan ruinsKS, Oldham
Most Memorable Moment?: Difficult to pick only 1! The ruins at Copan & Tikal were truly stunning and we also loved the costumes and villages in the HighlandsFC, Haywards Heath
Most memorable experience: “Talking to the people we met, especially the guides, and learning a little about their experiences and culture; Mayan sites and wildlife.AMM, Herne Hill
Tikal jungle setting had the ultimate combination of wildlife, environment, landscape and ruins.SW, Telford
We knew nothing about Guatemala and Belize before our trip and had not visited Central America. We relied on JLA understanding our interests and the resulting recommendations proved very successful.NW, Wells
The trip far exceeded any expectation we had, we were constantly saying "Oh my God, how fantastic is this is"DA, Waterloo
Highlight: It is difficult to pick one thing. We loved the feel of Antigua and will consider going back there to spend more time. We also loved travelling through the Guatemalan highlands, visiting the local markets, walking through the colourful graveyards with locals performing ancient rituals and generally experiencing a sense of what life is like for a modern day Mayan. On one particular day, when visiting the markets at Almolonga and Zunil, we witnessed an eruption of Volcan Santaguito.DE, Wilmslow
Highlights: Our day on Lake Atitlan...We thought Guatemala was a fabulous country and to be honest we probably wouldn't have visited without JLA's helpGU, Dorchester
Many different aspects combined to make a memorable trip. Hidden Valley has real charm, Tikal was amazing and San Pedro was relaxingAM, Farnham
The stay at LA Lancha and visiting Tikal and Yaxha. Also, our stay at Chan ChichJW, Bedford
Highlights included the visit to Chichicastanango and Tikal. Truthfully we had a fantastic time and it was all memorable.FB, London
The deteriorating condition of Lake Atitlan is of concern. Tourists are contributing to the pollution but the loss of future tourism due to its state will be negative to the country. Guatemala needs to deal with this.AA
Highlights: So much to choose from! But the highlight was Tikal, where my daughter finally got to see the Chewing-Gum Tree, spider and howler monkeys, toucans, leaf-cutter ants, even a rare bird the Tody motmot, not to mention astounding Mayan temples...CL, Cambridge
Highlights?: Chiminos lodge and trip to Aguateca. Guide and tour of Tikal.SE, London
Highlights:- difficult to decide as there were so many Tikal was amazing, Lake Atitlan excellent with our best guide but there were so many other wonderful places and peopleTG
Highlight?: San Juan - interesting to learn all about preparing textiles and weaving and great to be able to buy the goods and support the community at the same time. Tikal - amazing. Snorkelling from a flat-bottomed boat at Ambergris Caye.TH, Loughborough
We had the most wonderful trip. All arrangements went to plan and we thoroughly enjoyed seeing a part of the world we hadn't visited before. As well as gaining a real flavour of Central America and the Mayan culture we kayaked, canoed, fished, snorkelled, swam with sharks, cycled, visited Mayan ruins, villages and the market at Chiticastananga. Throughout the trip we experienced excellence in service with everyone we encountered. We loved the variety of it all and yet we also had time each day to relax and read.LM, Reading
The combo of Guatemala Highlands and Honduras/Livingston offered the experience of a variety of settings and cultures. I must say that Antigua and Atitlan were stunning!CV, New York
A wonderful trip combining exploration, education and adventure with some relaxation at the end. We learned about the Maya and wildlife from our knowledgeable guides. Highlights:Sitting on the stones at the top of Temple 4 in Tikal looking out over the jungle canopy.SB, London
Highlights: Sunrise with birds and monkeys in Lapa Rios; watching a shaman with a distressed young woman making sacrifices and praying with her in graveyard(Chichicastango); meeting Mayan women (San Antonio and San Juan).VAJ, London
Highlight?: Visiting some of the villages around Antigua and meeting several local people either in their homes or at their place of work.AW, London
The drive to Rancho Margot round Lake Arenal, staying there, seeing humming birds feeding from flowers a metre from our bungalow veranda, kayaking in the shadow of the amazing volcano.JH, London
Highlights:- So many memories, I think I have to say Lake Atitlan.KW
Most memorable experience: "Talking with fisherman and sons at Livingston and sharing their excitement when looking through binoculars for the first time. Volcano erupting at Antigua."MT, Exeter
The trip to Guatemala far exceeded any expectation we had, we were constantly saying, "Oh my God, how fantastic is this!" With the exception of Cobán which has very little to offer, everyday offered a new, memorable and in many cases totally unexpected experience. We were so fortunate to see the Easter preparations and parades, never thought I would see the like and Tikal was quite stunning. We had no expectation of Livingstone and the journey there and we were simply bowled over by how fantastic it was, that basically is how we felt about the whole trip.DA, Waterloo
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