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Bambu Guest House in Tzununa, Lake Atitlan

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Bambu Guest House in Tzununa, Lake Atitlan

3 guests
1 bedroom
3 beds
1 private bath
3 guests
1 bedroom
3 beds
1 private bath
HOME HIGHLIGHTS
Sparkling clean11 recent guests have said that this home was sparkling clean.
Great check-in experience100% of recent guests gave this home’s check-in process a 5-star rating.
Shad is a SuperhostSuperhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.

The Bambu Guest House is nestled in the natural beauty of Tzununa, a traditional Mayan town in Lake Atitlan. Made of bambu/stone, it offers private bathrooms, balconies and lake/volcano views from each room, solar hot showers with gas backup, wifi, a kitchen, and farm to table restaurant. Nearby farm Atitlan Organics is a stunningly productive, interactive example of harmonious living in nature. Beyond the farm are waterfalls that are open for a visit, a swim, or just a relaxing afternoon.

Amenities

Wireless Internet
Kitchen
Laptop friendly workspace
Essentials

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
2 king beds, 1 single bed

House Rules

Pets are allowed
Parties and events are allowed
Check-in time is 2PM - 8PM and check out out by 11AM

Availability

124 Reviews

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Alice
September 2018
Great spot to stay in near San Marcos. The views were incredible, room massive and bed super comfortable. Shad was nice and quick with communication. The meals we had there were delicious!
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Alice
October 2017
Beautiful place to stay on the lake! San Marcos is 15 mins away by tuk tuk or 10 mins by boat. The view is incredible! Thank you for everything!!
Rachel User Profile
Rachel
July 2017
Stunning place ! Room and views were simply stunning Was warned of dust and insects. Saw one ant ! Easy enough to get to st Marcos for food and boats to other places
Suzie User Profile
Suzie
May 2017
My boyfriend and I stayed at Bamboo Guest House for three nights, and our room was utterly gorgeous and really spacious! The beds, linen, hot water and views from the balcony all exceeded our expectations. Sadly we didn't get to meet Shad, but he was super helpful and communicati…
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Fran
April 2017
El Bamboo is by far the best place I have stayed in Guatemala and I have stayed in many places! Beautifully built, clean and amazing helpful staff. Beautiful rooms, amazing views and THE comfiest beds with the lushest bed linen in the whole of the country. I will definitely be ba…
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Farhat
August 2016
The 'Bambu' is a very cool spot. We had a very spacious and comfortable room. Good bathroom and an amazing view of the lake from the balcony. Wifi is very good also. Shad also offered us use of the kitchen although we didn't need it and the communal area has plenty of books and b…
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Suzanne
October 2018
The Bamboo House is a fabulous place to stay. Beautiful architecture and undescribable views of the lake and volcanos. We didn't get to meet Shad because he was off with his wife while she had their baby. But he always responded right away, answered our questions and helped wi…

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Tzununa, GuatemalaJoined in December 2014
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131 Reviews
Shad is a SuperhostSuperhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.
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