The Tiosh Abaj can accommodate individuals or large groups who wish to enjoy their extensive facilities that includes a four-level hotel with views of the lake, as well as group meeting rooms and classrooms where conferences and classes can be held.
Guests from around the world will enjoy the stunning views on our Guatemala trips amidst lush gardens of three volcanoes that create the Mayan hearth: three sacred stones that hold the fire within.
Visitors can relax and rejuvenate while enjoying the tropical weather and ever-changing skies of this magical place.
The hotel building has four floors with spacious rooms for one to five people with tile floors, hand-carved wood doors, and private bathrooms with hot water. The rooms have hand-made colonial-style furniture, orthopedic mattresses, and colorful Mayan weavings to ensure a comfortable stay. Each room also has a private balcony or patio that looks out over the gardens, with the upper floors showing a view of the lake. The corner rooms on the second and third floors as well as the entire fourth floor are suites. In additions to beautiful views of the lake, pool, and gardens, the suites have couches, fireplaces, and bathtubs to relax on one of our Guatemala trips. There are also specially-priced honeymoon packets for those who want to make their honeymoon truly unforgettable.
Restaurant & Bar
The Tiosh Abaj restaurant is located in the heart of the facility next to the pool, and offers exquisite food made with the finest ingredients and products to give each plate a magical touch, from the presentation to the unique flavor of the restaurant.
Gardens and Outdoor Areas
Tiosh Abaj has a vast outdoor area full of lawns, gardens, fruit trees, flowers, and fountains. The many patio areas accent rock formations and views of the lake, and there is a private grassy beach with a floating dock and thatched roof sitting areas.
Boat and Transport Tours
The Tiosh Abaj is privileged to offer private boat services that can accommodate up to 25 people. The boat is designed for comfort, safety, and great viewing of Lake Atitlan.