San Ignacio Resort Hotel
A lovely place on beautiful grounds, impeccably clean rooms with air-conditioning, a pool, and very helpful staff. cute little extras like fresh sprigs of herbs on bathroom towels. quite pricey by belizean standards, at us$114/per night for two queen beds. the occasional wall of cinder block or slightly frayed rug shows this hotel is not quite up to the standards the price would imply, but they're close. worth it if you want the creature comforts.
Cahal Pech Village Resort
Cahal pech is on the most predominant mayan hillside in san ignacio, and next to the cahal pech ruins. this resort offers a offers guests an amazing view of san ignacio and surrounding local sites. the hotel has three pools and a jacuzzi, when it is working. lately, they have had complaints due to substandard bedding, but the view is still the best, by far, in san ignacio. great for families. us$90.
Nearby lodges & resorts
Parrot Nest Lodge
Parrot nest is a truly unique experience. one can sleep in a treehouse in a 100 foot tall guanacaste tree. the lodge is surrounded on three sides by the mopan river since it's on a peninsula. parrots, iguanas, agouti and otters are all able to be seen on the grounds. the cabanas are in a huge garden, which, though lush and exotic, is virtually mosquito free. the parrot's nest is in bullet tree falls, which is just a couple of miles from downtown san ignacio, so you don't have to endure the city noise and lights while enjoying a great night's rest. they've been in business for over a decade, yet their prices are less than $50 a night - can't beat that!
Windy Hill Resort
Windy hill is just a few kilometers outside of town on a hill. ask any taxi driver. beautiful landscaped grounds and spacious cottages. peaceful surroundings. nice open air restaurant. the owners offer canoe and other tours. local experts give herb walk and bird viewing. price is around us$100 but the taxi driver gave a promotion coupon for $30
Benque Guest House
Benque guest house is situated in the mountainous benque viejo del carmen on the way from san ignacio to the guatemalan border is this wonderful guest house. built in 2008 and situated along the jade-green mopan river, the clean, eco-friendly, guest house offers all the creature comforts of home and business, character-rich conversation, wi-fi, music, beautifully decorated rooms, huge verandah, great food and a sense of community. away from the bustling san ignacio, listen to the succotz marching band practice while you sit on your deck overlooking the river and quiet jungle.
Since San Ignacio is the biggest town close to Guatemala, from where many tourists enter and exit Belize, the city therefore has quite a few accommodations relative to its size and attractions. Travelers are sure to find a wide range of hotels, lodges, and resorts to stay at. Best of Cayo Lodging
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