La Posada de Suchitlan
Serene, charming and rustic guesthouse built around plant-filled courtyards and patios in typical colonial style, with wonderful views over Lake Suchitlán.
The serene and rustic La Posada de Suchitlan has a sunny atmosphere and truly magnificent views of the valley and Lake Suchitlán from its position on the outer edges of town. Colonial in style, with a typical Central American layout of rooms arranged around courtyards and patios, it brims with local charm and the bright and cheerful décor make rooms and relaxation areas all the more welcoming.
Guestrooms are spacious, with have either a lake or courtyard view (those overlooking the lake also have a private terrace where you can take breakfast). There is a popular restaurant serving highly recommended regional cuisine, and an inviting swimming pool fringed with greenery.
What our clients say
"Brilliant location, food excellent. Totally Spanish speaking but v v friendly. Great for bird watching. Accommodation roomy and comfortable."HC, Leyburn
Spectacular views over the lake. Lovely old colonial hotel. Very quiet and peaceful.JC, Dorking
Lovely start to our holiday. very comfortable full of character, friendly relaxed staff, fantastic views over the valley and so close to the town the food was good especially the scrambled eggs for breakfast which were the nicest we have ever hadPE, Bromley
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