Given the previous reviews, I can only imagine that folks had a guided tour of the premises. We walked in looking for the "museum" and only found one room around a fire place with modern art, a courtyard with photographs of historical Pana (these were interesting), a Japanese restaurant Hana that looked to be good, and a sign on the... 更多
This is truly a cultural center, emphasizing contemporary interests rather than focusing on Maya history. It was founded in 1948 by the wife of a Swiss diplomat, and is now privately owned. Casa Cakchiquel hosts several community projects, including a weaving collective, a radio station, 2 cafes (1 serving Japanese cuisine, the other American), and several artists. There are classes... 更多
Worthwhile place to visit and spend a few hours learning local culture. Good first place to visit before heading out to the other REAL villages on the lake
We spent one night in the cozy, clean, and newly renovated room overlooking the patio and had breakfast at the on-site cafe. Not the cheapest option, but of good quality and safe-feeling. Friendly service and an interesting location, 5 mins walk from the lakeshore and just far enoigh off the crazy busy Calle Santander to be quiet.
The history of the building is well documented with stories about the European duchess who built it as a luxury... 更多
This newly renovated Cultural Center in Panajachel has a long and fascinating history, as the former house of a Swiss... 更多
OK...we might have missed this place if it had not been for another TA reviewer that had recommended it. In... 更多
You must have to visit, the first hotel all around the lake atitlan, the history started here, visit the museum... 更多