February 7, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Victoria House in Ambergris Caye, Belize
Victoria House epitomizes laid-back barefoot elegance for a perfectly peaceful Caribbean retreat. Nestled on a pristine strip of white-sand beach overlooking sparkling azure waters, the storied hotel was among the first to put Ambergris Caye on the map more than 30 years ago. The polished property is located within close proximity of San Pedro, yet far enough away to retain its sense of serenity. Bright rooms are housed in a score of picturesque plantation-style casitas featuring wrap-around shared balconies and grouping around two pools with views of the verdant gardens or ocean. Colorful Belizean-inspired frescoes adorn the walls while all sleeping quarters are chicly appointed with handcrafted furnishings made from native woods and rattan chairs. Amenities include air conditioning, mini bars, in-room safes, and stylish bathrooms offering plush bathrobes. In order to preserve the property’s peaceful vibe, most rooms do not have televisions, and complimentary wireless Internet access is only available around the pool and the main lobby.
Explore the 8-acre perimeter of palm-tree studded, beautifully manicured gardens or stroll along the sugary stretch of beach fronting the hotel at leisure. Busy bodies can head down the hotel’s private jetty to the on-site dive shop, arguably among the best on the island where staff arranges for snorkeling, fishing and scuba diving trips to multiple nearby sites. If in the mood for a trip into town, guests can rent golf carts or hop on one of the complimentary bicycles. During the day, most guests prefer to unwind gravitating toward one of the sun-drenched poolside decks or cooling off with a chilled Belikin beer under the beachside bar’s Palapa-thatched roof. Dinner at highly regarded resident Palmilla Restaurant is a must while at Victoria House. The skilled chef dishes up a delightful Mesoamerican blend of cookery like roasted butternut enchiladas and cashew-crusted grouper with chili sauce. Claim a slice of tropical paradise at elegant Victoria House on the Belizean island one mile from the world’s second largest barrier reef.
Location of Victoria House
Nearest Airport: BZE
Amenities for Victoria House
- General Information
- 42 Guest Rooms
- Poolside Dining
- Private Dining
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- Lap Pool
- 2 Outdoor Pools
- Complimentary Use of Bicycles
- Wedding Planning Services
- In-Room Amenities
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Bottled Water
- Scuba Diving
- Cultural Tours
- Historic Sites
Reviews for Victoria House
We took a taxi here for lunch from the centre of town and had a wonderful lunch on the patio of Admiral's Bar, looking out at the Ocean. It was a terrific way to spend a couple of hours. The food is excellent and the ambience unbeatable. We walked the forty five minutes back to town along the beach. A very nice experience.
Steve A - Calgary
I loved this place the second I got there.. It is located about a ten-minute golf cart ride south of San Pedro town. The property is beautiful.. a kind of colonial main house vibe crossed with a Miami-esque blue and white color. The food was excellent with great service and I personally loved the pontoon where fisherman came with their catch every day and pelicans waited for the leftover fish after they were prepared on the walkway out to the deck. They had bikes on hand to cycle into town, or you could get a cab for 10 Belize Dollars. Couldn't recommend highly enough, a total highlight of my stay.
ABRYAN123 - London, United Kingdom
Outstanding, from the moment we got off the plane until we left. The customer experience is intentional, the grounds beautiful, the staff very friendly and engaging, the food was incredible and we never left the property (no reason to) except for excursions. Good Stuff. We'll be back!
Greg J - Dallas, Texas
We loved staying at this beautiful hotel. The staff are friendly and helpful and the food is excellent. We agree 100% with the previous comments about the dive equipment. Belize Pro Divers (who are great) have excellent new equipment and it would be much safer to be able to use theirs. Also, as far as the boat and snorkel trips are concerned, the hotel seems to deal with just a few operators and you might get more choice by going into town and asking around. One important comment about the rooms. We booked a stateroom (the cheapest category) and we were aware that it would be 'above the restaurant'. However, room 17 is actually above the kitchen and it is really noisy from 6am til 10.30pm. If you want peace and quiet do not book this room. When we spoke to the front desk about it they were happy to move us (apparently it is very common for them to have to move people out of this room) but obviously they wouldn't be able to do this if the hotel was completely full. In order to fit us around other bookings they actually had to move us twice. The other rooms were both nice but we felt a bit shunted around. If we had know. How noisy this room would be we would have booked a different one.
Debbie K - London, United Kingdom
I absolutely loved this place! I came with my mum. The service is wonderful - second to none - and the facilities are beautiful. Seriously, I can't praise the staff enough! However, I'm not a massive fan of how they operate in regards to two things - firstly, it's a bit ridiculous that you pay so much, but don't have a proper breakfast complimentary. Minor issue. My main problem is one I have with how they deal with scuba diving! So they rent you equipment, but actually liaise with Belize Pro Divers (who are excellent!), and they are the ones that actually take you diving. Instead of actually just organising it for you, they automatically rent you out their equipment and you take it to the dive centre. Fine, but the equipment is not very well looked after! My regulator was rusty, and tubing had kinks in it. This is dangerous! My divemaster wouldn't let me use their equipment on a single dive, due to safety issues. I think it's a bit money hungry to rent out equipment that isn't in good shape, at an expensive price, only to organise for someone else to take you diving. I wasn't informed that I had a choice in the matter i.e. that I could have just gone to BPD directly. This is absolutely what I recommend doing. Other than that! This place is like heaven - see photos š
Nikki201392 - New South Wales, Australia