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Asking the pros---what resort? #115454
01/18/06 05:09 AM
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My husband and I are taking our first venture to Ambergris caye in May. I have been searching for a place to stay, ideally clean, on the beach, budget friendly and in or close by town. I have somewhat narrowed it down and need the experts advice. Of 1.Banana Beach 2.Aquamarina 3.The Palms 4.Xanadu 5. Mata Rocks 6.Corana del Mar and finally 7. Mayan Princess what is your pick---We need some help!

Re: Asking the pros---what resort? #115455
01/18/06 06:26 AM
01/18/06 06:26 AM
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Banana Beach is the place to stay. Second floor ocean front is the best. Go for it, you will be happy you did. cool smile

Re: Asking the pros---what resort? #115456
01/18/06 07:12 AM
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I have stayed at the Mayan Princess two times. 3rd floor. Love the balconies and the fact it is IN town. I like to watch people and the beach can be busy with people and children. Just my preference. Yours could be different.

Re: Asking the pros---what resort? #115457
01/18/06 08:28 AM
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I love to stay at the Palms, bottom floor condo, right on the beach. When I walk through that door it feels like coming home to me. We crank up the music, laugh, dance, snack and drink Belikin and One Barrell ALL DAY LONG.

Ana, Melinda and all the staff are SO nice and helpful.

Perfect setting. love it, love it, love it.

Re: Asking the pros---what resort? #115458
01/18/06 09:07 AM
01/18/06 09:07 AM
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New Jersey/sanpedro
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I have stayed at four of your picks ,have been comming here for three years almost once a month..,banana beach has full resort facilities ,every thing you will need to have a great time..and they have a great track record ,,,with owner/ management,there 24/7plus a, super restaurant,on property. the palms is a very nice place too but tough to get in season small number of rooms but also a class place.... .you will see b/b will come out no#1 in board members picks.as tim has a very loyal following..go live the dream and enjoy your super time in paradise.....


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Re: Asking the pros---what resort? #115459
01/18/06 09:21 AM
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TX
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The staff is super friendly!

I also hear Banana Beach is nice.

Re: Asking the pros---what resort? #115460
01/18/06 09:33 AM
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I have stayed at Mayan Princess, The Palms and Banana Beach, they are all great places, Mayan princess is in town,nice staff but can be a bit noisey, they don't have a pool, but watching the sea from their balconies is great, The Palms is lovely, pricier than the rest, quite,nice staff and the pool is great, Banana Beach is out of town but not too far, bike rideing distance or taxi about $10.00 bz, or a nice beach walk to town, they have a great resurant, and the staff they is terriffic, my son's favourite spot,

Re: Asking the pros---what resort? #115461
01/18/06 10:23 AM
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Banana Beach is hard to beat. Great food and the breakfast is included, nice beach area with both sunny and shaded areas the pool area is nice and the rooms are great, with a kitchen living room and sep. bedroom. Mata Rocks is also nice mext door, somewhat smaller rooms with a nice beach bar and smaller but nice pool. john in denver

Re: Asking the pros---what resort? #115462
01/18/06 11:36 AM
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mileeza Offline OP
 
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We are thinking of trying a couple of differnt resorts while we are there. Does it make more sence to move around or just stay in one place?

Re: Asking the pros---what resort? #115463
01/18/06 11:40 AM
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The Palms offer the nicest suites from your selection.

Banana Beach offers the best value.

Both have access to the two best beaches on the Island, #1 Mar de Tumbo (Banana Beach) and #2 Ramon's (The Palms).

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