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#218372 - 10/15/04 01:55 AM can't decide where to stay
kiwiz Offline
I am at a loss having never been to Belize on deciding a place to stay. I've read some post but could use some assistance. I am willing to spend a little more than I would like -If it's worth it. I've narrowed it down to 4.
Da Real Macaw-55.00
Lazy Iguana B&B 85.00
Seaside Cabanas-110.00
Treetops -45.00
Would be nice to have a little beach to enjoy and would prefer the reef side I think. Sunsets are always a nice touch. Thanks

Also any opinions on going to Cayo or Caye Caulker first? Has anyone been to 5 Sisters or Black Rock Lodge?
Cheers

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#218373 - 10/15/04 04:15 PM Re: can't decide where to stay
DanDan Offline
Kiwiz;
each place mentioned on C.C. has its qualities. DeReal Macaw, Tree Tops, and Trends Beachfront are good deals for the $$$. We use to enjoy ending our trip from the island. Come enjoy Belize.
Go-Slow, Dan

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#218374 - 10/15/04 04:48 PM Re: can't decide where to stay
Anonymous
Hi,

Just a little suggestion for accommodation in Cayo, you can try San Ignacio Resort hotel, site is www.sanignaciobelize.com or you can try Log Cabins: website address: http://www.logcabinns-belize.com. To me, these are the two premier hotels in Cayo. Then as Dan Dan suggested, visit Cayo first and then you can come and relax on the 'laid back' island of Caye Caulker.

Enjoy your stay!!

Cheers,

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#218375 - 10/16/04 01:42 AM Re: can't decide where to stay
Anonymous
It is hard to get hotel reviews on this site unless you include your e-mail address for a private answer.Otherwise some feelings might get bent.
Personally, like many others on this board- I live here and have never stayed in any of these hotels.

[This message has been edited by keycocker (edited 10-15-2004).]

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#218376 - 10/16/04 01:48 AM Re: can't decide where to stay
Anonymous
Black Rock is unusual and quite interesting. It is very natural with few bugs for the jungle. The rooms are on the sides of a narrow steep gorge with great tubing rides in the river at the bottom and a small waterfall right in front of the rooms. Good for jungle horse back riding too.I haven't seen the others mentioned.

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#218377 - 10/16/04 08:48 AM Re: can't decide where to stay
Cookie Offline
I would try Iguana Reef ... the accomodations are worth the price, especially the wonderful bar and Adrian the best bartender I have ever met. Sunsets on the patio bar with XM radio (or whatever you want to hear)... try the Passionate Iguana drink... to die for.

Paradise. Plain and simple.

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#218378 - 10/16/04 08:39 PM Re: can't decide where to stay
starfish Offline
try a place called Caye Caulker Condos. It rite close to the water and 2 mintues for the split. Prices are around Iguana Reef and Seaside

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#218379 - 10/17/04 06:27 AM Re: can't decide where to stay
kiwiz Offline
WOW, Thanks for all the info it is much appreciated. I can't wait to get there.
Cheers

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#218380 - 10/17/04 09:47 AM Re: can't decide where to stay
falcos Offline
Da real Macaw was and will be our favorite. Jess and all are so very gracious. They collect rain water and it is so very frsh and good. No need to buy bottled water and they are near the split and, and ....
Also all rooms view ovwr the sea.
We loved it, you choose. What ever you choose where you are is what matters. Be glad you did not chosse other islands, CC is so very beautiful and special.

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#218381 - 10/17/04 09:37 PM Re: can't decide where to stay
Alex Offline
just came back from Caye Caulker and loved it, stayed at costa maya beach cabanas. by the split. mara's is another good choice.
enjoy cc

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