December 13, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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St. George's Caye Resort in Saint George's Caye, Belize
St. George's Caye Resort is situated on some of the country’s most historic shores – the area was Belize’s original capital, the site of clashes between shipwrecked British sailors-turned-pirates and Spanish conquistadors. There are rumors of a sarcophagus still buried on resort property. Guests get a taste of island flavor in cabanas adorned in rich, native hardwoods and coconut fronds, a design that conceals them in the surrounding thickets of palms. Attentive staff are especially helpful in arranging personalized dive itineraries.
Commandeer a kayak and paddle toward the mangrove forest to the left of the swimming beach. Explore the river-like inlets, rustling up herons, frigate birds and egrets from the bushes. Back in the open ocean, take a dip and swim among schools of reef fish. Nap in a sun-speckled hammock. Sip on rum punch as lime-marinated grouper sizzles on the grill.
Location of St. George's Caye Resort
Nearest Airport: BZE
Amenities for St. George's Caye Resort
- General Information
- 20 Guest Rooms
- Only 15+ Years Permitted
- Bar & Lounge
- Dining Room
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- Laundry Service
- Outdoor Pool
- In-Room Amenities
- Turndown Service
- Air Conditioning
- Ceiling Fans
- Hair Dryers
- Mini Bar
- En-Suite Bathrooms
- Private Porches
- Scuba Diving
- Nature Walks
- Fly Fishing
- Wildlife Viewing
- Meeting Room
- Business Services
- Historic Sites
- Active & Adventure
Reviews for St. George's Caye Resort
The resort is about a 20 min boat ride from the dock at the Ramada hotel. Our ride was fast and rather smooth. Once at the caye the resort was the only thing there except for a handful of private homes and a small aquarium that rehabs sea life. There are a handful of cabins partially on the water, about five face the beach, and a few in between. They are cute â€śrusticâ€ť cabins with a palm branch (not sure of the type) roof. The rooms were quite comfortable but you might find a lizard crawling around the roof. There are not any TVâ€™s but there is WiFi in the main building. It does not reach the cabins, which is a bit disappointing. It would be nice to check email, the web, download a movie, or music at night. The food was good and the meal time was set. There were not choices in your meal, everyone got the same thing. If you do require a special meal they said they would comply with requests. We came back from a snorkeling trip and was hungry, but had to wait for dinner around 7 or 730. We did get salsa and chips but would have liked something a bit more substantial. I thought the resort was all inclusive, it was up to a point. You got one rum punch per day, could use a paddle board,kayak, or Hobie cat at no charge. But if you wanted to go snorkeling or scuba diving and there was a charge. They did have a masseuse that gave very good massages. But there was only one so they were unable to do couples massages. This is a place to go and relax. Some activities are available but I think this would be for those who really want to get away from everything. Side trips can be arranged for a fee, but we were not there long enough to try them. I wish the resort would have been a bit more â€śall inclusiveâ€ť. Staff was friendly and helpful as well.
We recently attended a family wedding in Belize. The next day all 14 of us moved to St. Georgeâ€™s Caye to continue the celebration! What a beautiful beach and resort! There were many excursions available including diving, snorkeling and sailing. Or, like us, one can just lie on the beach and read. We did have fun paddle boarding though. All of the food was quite delicious featuring Belizean seasonings. Everyday also featured a complimentary rum punch. We stayed in â€śhutsâ€ť which were very nice. This is a really nice place to relax and unwind as it is accessible only by boat.
Debbie1973 - Cleveland, Ohio
I went to Belize based on a trip that I won. I am single and traveled there alone. I felt very safe and cared about during my trip. Getting away from it all, was perfect for clearing my head and getting some rest. The staff and the other visitors made me feel welcome and included. Fishing right off the dock was a blast! I want to go again and go out on a fishing excursion. It really is a magical place.
Chrissiecat2017 - Portland, Oregon
Please please be aware that the air conditioners in the Cabanas do not put out enough cool air to keep you cool. My husband and I just returned from a 1 week trip to St. George's Caye resort and we stayed in a garden cabana. Our friends stayed in an oceanside cabana and another group of friends stayed in a lagoon Cabana. The lagoon cabanas have a drop ceiling and a more robust wall AC unit. The travelers staying in the other cabanas were uncomfortably hot the entire week even on days there was a full breeze. There is no place available on the resort to cool off even for a few minutes...the common area and bar are open air. At one point, I had to put a ice pack and cool towels on my husband and point the air conditioner and the floor fan right at him. Then I took soda pop bottles out of the fridge and packed them around his body to cool his core temp. This is not what travelers expect in a resort where the rooms are advertised as"air-conditioned". Yes, I am aware that this is Belize. Yes, I am aware that this is a warm-weather destination. Yes, I realize that the cabanas are "quaint". Yes, I talked to the new resort partner, (Tim) and explained our concerns. He apologized, explained that they are 'aware of the issue and hoping to correct it'. Go here at your own risk.
snookrd - byron, il
My husband and I went for our 18th anniversary in May 2017 for 8 days, we could not have been more pleased with this resort and its awesome staff! Arrival: Just outside of customs was a representative from the resort waiting for us with a sign. He grabbed our bags and off to the marina we went. The driver Cornel could not have been more knowelgeable about the area. We started to call him Wikipedia because he knows so much and it was amazing. Location: St. George's is on it's own private island - its a 20 min short boat ride from the marina in Belize City. The island is very secluded - we loved it. If you stay in an overwater cabana be prepared for less breeze and the natural smell of the ocean. You really can't smell nature in your room with the window a/c. The views are spectacular - it was "unBelizable". Upon arrival we were greeted at the dock with a rum punch. (Rum to be added if you would like) by the ever helpful Jeanne. Food: The bar opens at 11am. For meals you sit family style at a large table so be ready to chat with the other guest staying at the resort. The breakfast menu is great... be sure to try the "Jacks" delish with the green hot sauce... There is a set menu for lunch and dinner, which I was a little worried about at first but let me tell you, the food was AMAZING! If you have dietary restrictions or food allergies they where more that happy to accommodate your needs. Excursions: We did not rest! We did everything offered. Jeanne was the key to planning our excursions. Each morning at breakfast she asks what you would like to do tomorrow. All of the tours, excursions and diving are planned for you by the resort. It's pretty amazing to sit back and let someone else plan and you just show up and enjoy! You have to do Lamani Mayan Temple tour and Cave Tubbing! Oh don't forget to snorkel - We saw sooooo many different marine life. Diving: Dive shop on site!!!! We are avid SCUBA divers and we dove 7 times in 8 days. It's the best diving around. Our dive master FREDDY was perfect for us - he really knew his stuff and was the best guide we've had in a LONG time. If you get a chance dive the Turneffe Atoll - the coral wall was bountiful with marine life. I highly recommend it!
shanonsmy - Boca Raton, Florida