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Wondering where to stay in Belize for an epic tropical getaway? This guide will help you find the best Belize hotel or resort that suits your budget.

Belize is one of the best countries to visit in Central America. From the fascinating Caribbean culture and white-sand beaches to abundant national parks and ancient archaeological sites in the jungle, you’ll find plenty of things to do here.

Along Belize’s Caribbean coastline, you’ll find plenty of beautiful beaches in Belize City, San Pedro, and the Placencia Peninsula. Other attractions in the Caribbean Sea are the Belize Barrier Reef and the Great Blue Hole — popular for scuba diving and exploring marine life.

If you stay in Western Belize, you can explore the Mayan Ruins and towns like San Ignacio in the Cayo District for a glimpse into Belize’s eco-tourism.

Where to Stay in Belize | 20 Best Hotels & Resorts

Now that you know what’s there to explore in Belize. From the tropical jungles in the west to the inland regions and the east coast of Belize, it’s time to find the right resort that’ll meet your needs.

Have a look at these 20 stunning hotels and resorts from San Ignacio to Caye Caulker to help you figure out where to stay in Belize.


Belize is divided into six regions, each of them as rich and diverse as the other. To ease your search, this article offers a short description of each region as well as a few hotel recommendation per region.

You can click the region name below or use the map to jump to that region.

  • Corozal – In the north east bordering Mexico. Also home to the popular San Pedro beach town in Ambergris Caye.
  • Orange Walk – In the north west bordering Mexico and Guatemala. Famous for Lamanai and its nature reserves.
  • Belize – In the center east. Home to Caye Caukler!
  • Cayo – In the center west, bordering Guatemala. Home to some of the most impressive Mayan archaeological sites and jungles.
  • Stann Creek – In the center southeast. Culturally rich and very relaxed.
  • Toledo – In the south bordering Guatemala. Culturally rich and full of interesting Mayan ruins.

San Pedro in Belize


This district is located in the north of Belize, bordering Mexico. While the region is known for its rich Maya history, thanks to archaeological sites like Santa Rita and Cerros, what many might not realize is that the always-popular Ambergris Caye is also part of the Corozal District.

Ambergris Caye has some of Belize’s best beaches and is a great place to explore the country’s natural and cultural riches through outdoor activities such as hiking, birdwatching, diving, and snorkeling.

Mahogany Bay Resort in Belize
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Mahogany Bay Resort & Beach Club

The Mahogany Bay Resort & Beach Club offers one of the most pristine beaches in Belize. Nestled in the south of Ambergris Caye island in the town of San Pedro, this 4-star hotel boasts 60 acres of land dotted with shopping boutiques, water activities, and restaurants.

Mahogany Bay Resort offers beautiful villas, cottages, and suites featuring minimalist decor, comfortable rooms, and stunning views of the Caribbean Sea.

Start your day with a continental or à la carte breakfast before joining a rejuvenation yoga session at Balance Spa. You can use the free bike rentals to find a hidden gem or two around the resort.

The Hol Chan Marine Reserve is a shallow cut along the Barrier Reef just a few minutes away. Here you’ll snorkel and discover an abundance of colorful marine life, including corals, seagrass beds, and a mangrove forest.

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Almond Tree Hotel Resort

The Almond Tree Hotel Resort is a pretty, budget hotel nestled along Corozal Bay. This quaint 3-star hotel boasts ten suites with private balconies and garden or sea views.

You’ll also have access to a swimming pool and an on-site restaurant and bar. Grab a bite at the Almond Tree Restaurant, or opt for a range of wraps, juices, beers, or cocktails at the Turtle Bar.

The hotel’s location gives you access to Belize’s top attractions. You can take diving trips to nearby islands like Ambergris Caye or Caye Caulker nearby. You’ll also find the Cerros Mayan Ruins just 30 minutes away, or opt for a day trip to the Shipstern Nature Reserve.

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Blue Tang Inn

Situated in the heart of San Pedro, Blue Tang Inn is a 3-star resort-style hotel boasting incredible views of Belize’s Caribbean coastline. This charming hotel offers 14 suites for every budget. Each suite has comfortable rooms with views of the garden, swimming pool, or ocean.

Blue Tang Inn’s perfect location gives you access to a variety of Ambergris Caye restaurants and bars. The Palapa Bar and Grill is a favorite among travelers, serving delicious food and live music events.

The hotel offers plenty of day tours in and around San Pedro. You can go snorkeling or scuba diving at the nearby Belize Barrier Reef and Great Blue Hole. Or opt for a fishing trip or sailing tour to Caye Caulker.

The Belizean Melody Art Gallery and Belize Chocolate Company are also great places to explore the hidden gems in Ambergris Caye.

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Ramon’s Village Resort

If you’re looking for a tropical paradise right on the beach, consider staying at Ramon’s Village Resort. This 4-star hotel is located in San Pedro on Ambergris Caye. It boasts Tahitian-style cottages made by local craftsmen using native materials.

Ramon’s Village Resort is lined with beautiful bougainvillea, hibiscus, and other tropical flora. You’ll find a dazzling garden featuring Mayan sculptures and palm trees. The resort offers a variety of delicious seafood at its on-site restaurant, Pineapples On The Beach.

This dive resort offers scuba diving lessons at their divers’ shop, and you’ll find several PADI Scuba Instructors on standby. Snorkeling tours are also available from Ambergris Caye to the Barrier Reef.

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Costa Blu Beach Resort

Located about six and a half miles north of San Pedro, Costa Blu Beach Resort is a 4-star hotel offering an unparalleled island getaway experience. This adult-only resort boasts spacious rooms and patios with stunning ocean views.

Costa Blu offers bike rental services, so you can ride around the island and explore the charming town of San Pedro. You can also take a shuttle to nearby attractions like the Hol Chan Marine Reserve and the Barrier Reef.

If you’ve rented a car, you’ll be happy to know that Costa Blu offers free parking. There are plenty of restaurants and bars in San Pedro. Tipsy Lobster is known for their excellent seafood grill. But if you don’t feel like going out, the hotel has an on-site restaurant as well.

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Grand Caribe Belize

If you’re looking for the best all-in-one hotel to stay in Belize, you can’t go wrong with Grand Caribe Belize. This 3-star hotel offers the best amenities, including three dining options, six swimming pools, and a prime private beach area spanning over 800 feet.

But that’s not all; Grand Caribe also has a fitness center, a spa and salon, a convenience store, and a medical center should you need medical attention. You also get complimentary kayaks and paddleboards to explore the ocean.

The resort offers a bucket load of adventure tours. From cave tubing and zip lining to helicopter tours and sailing along the coast, you can do it all.

Lamanai Mask in Belize

Orange Walk

The Orange Walk District, located in the north of Belize, on the border with Mexico and Guatemala, is best known for Lamanai, one of Belize’s most important Maya archaeological sites.

Orange Walk, which is named after the thriving sugarcane and citrus plantations in the area, counts with a number of beautiful rivers and waterways to go bird watching, and deep exploring in nature.

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Lamanai Landings Hotel & Marina

Belize jungle adventures don’t come any better than at Lamanai Landings Hotel & Marina. The central location of this 3-star hotel gives you easy access to archaeological sites like the Lamanai Mayan Ruins.

Lamanai Landings offers standard and deluxe rooms directly above the water, each with a private terrace overlooking the peaceful lagoon. You’ll never want to miss a meal at The Deck Tapas Bar & Bistro, serving delicious local and international cuisine.

For adrenaline-pumping excursions, you can enjoy wildlife sightings, zip lining, crocodile night safaris, tubing, rafting, and kayaking along the New River. You can also take a day trip to the small town of Orange Walk or go further to the Santa Rita Archaeological Site.

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Chan Chich Lodge

Chan Chich Lodge is a beautiful eco-lodge located in the heart of Belize’s jungle, in the midst of a former Mayan civilization.

This lodge is quite remote, as it is located in a wildlife preserve, so rest assured that you will be deep in nature, surrounded by lush vegetation and stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. Local wildlife, mammals, and birds can easily be spotted around the lodge.

Chan Chich Lodge has a variety of cottages for you to choose from, all of which are designed to blend seamlessly with the surrounding environment.

What sets Chan Chich apart is its passionate staff, who take pride in their natural surrounding and local heritage. You can enjoy a walk in nature with their superb naturalists, go birdwatching or horseback riding, or even visit the nearby Mayan ruins.

You can also participate in cultural activities such as cooking classes and traditional dance performances.

The lodge also has a restaurant on site that serves delicious, locally-sourced cuisine and a bar stocked with a selection of local and international drinks. There’s also a large swimming pool where guests can relax and unwind.

If you’re looking for a peaceful stay, without a doubt, Chan Chich will provide that.

Resort By the Beach in Belize


The Belize District is home to the country’s largest city and former capital, Belize City. Among the most popular destinations in this district are the quaint islands of Caye Caulker; one of the best spots to go diving in the Belize barrier reef and visit the Blue Hole.

The district is also home to several important Maya archaeological sites, including Altun Ha, one of the most accessible sites to visit if you’re short on time.

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Tropical Paradise Hotel

The Tropical Paradise Hotel is a laidback budget hotel in the heart of Caye Caulker. This 3-star hotel offers a range of spacious rooms, from deluxe suits and cabanas to dorm-style family rooms.

You’ll have access to modern amenities like housekeeping services, currency exchange, and transportation to the water taxi nearby. Tropical Paradise also offers kayaks, paddleboards, snorkeling gear, and bike rentals to get around Caye Caulker.

You can take scuba diving and snorkeling tours to the Barrier Reef or simply enjoy laying out along the stunning beaches in Caye Caulker. Sun loungers and beach towels are available for rent at the hotel’s front desk.

The island also has plenty of fun places to visit; The Lazy Lizard Bar & Grill serves delicious food, specialty cocktails, beers, and live entertainment.

You’ll find this beach bar at The Split — the most popular spot in Caye Caulker, which is about 15 minutes away from the hotel.

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Villa Boscardi

Villa Boscardi is a charming boutique hotel located in Belize City. This quaint 2-star hotel offers modern amenities, spacious rooms and is a short walking distance from Belize’s white sand beaches.

You can choose between a standard and deluxe room, with a private bathroom and access to a shared terrace featuring outdoor seating and a hot tub. Breakfast varies daily, and if you’d like something different, you’ll find plenty of cafes and restaurants all over Belize City.

Take a leisurely walk along the shoreline to enjoy the cool Caribbean breeze and scenic neighborhood. Don’t forget to stop by The Belize Sign Monument to snap fun photos for the socials.

If you want to explore more of Belize City, you can visit the dog-friendly Digi Park and King’s Park next to it or head further to Downtown Belize City to explore the Museum of Belize and Baron Bliss Lighthouse.

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Golden Bay Belize Hotel

The Golden Bay Belize Hotel is located in Belize City, just a six-minute walking distance from the Museum of Belize. This 4-star hotel offers comfortable rooms with ocean views. You’ll also find  Vino Tinto Restaurant serving delectable international cuisine.

The hotel also offers private transfers to and from nearby airports like Sir Barry Bowen Municipal Airport. You can also get transportation to water taxi outposts like the San Pedro Belize Express, connecting Belize City, Caye Caulker, and San Pedro.

Some activities you can enjoy in Belize City include visiting the fort street tourism village. This vibrant harborfront village boasts plenty of souvenir shops, restaurants, and bars.

If you’re up for an adventure, Old Belize Waterpark is a 20-minute drive away. Here you’ll find a local history museum and a waterslide plunging into a lagoon beach.

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La Isla Resort

Caye Caulker is one of the best places to stay in Belize, and La Isla Resort puts you right in the middle of this beautiful island. The 3-star resort boasts incredible island scenery, from stunning beaches and marine life to a chill small-town vibe.

La Isla Resort features functional suites with spacious rooms, private bathrooms, and some units have a terrace with ocean views. The resort also has a swimming pool, and for an extra fee, you can enjoy bike riding, kayaking, paddle boarding, and fishing.

There isn’t a restaurant on the property, but there are several great establishments dotted across Caye Caulker. The Ice and Beans Cafe and Chef Juan’s Kitchen and Pastries are within a five-minute walk from the resort.

View of the Nature Reserve in Belize


The Cayo District, located on the western side of Belize, is mostly known for its natural beauty, including the Maya Mountains, the Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve, and the Macal and Mopan Rivers.

It is also home to some of the most important Maya archaeological sites in Belize, including Xunantunich and Caracol.

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Sleeping Giant Rainforest Lodge

If you’d like to explore Belize’s jungle, look no further than the Sleeping Giant Rainforest Lodge. Located in Central Belize, this 4-star hotel sits along the Sibun River and has stunning backdrops of the Maya Mountains.

The lodge offers superb riverside and mountain-view accommodations designed with earthy tones and texture for ultimate comfort and relaxation.

Wake up to a tasty breakfast made with field-to-table ingredients locally sourced from neighboring villages at the hotel’s on-site restaurant, The Grove House.

This centrally located hotel offers plenty of things to do. You’ll find nearby national parks like St. Herman’s Blue Hole and Five Blues Lake within a 30-minute drive. Nature lovers will appreciate the stunning tropical scenery while learning about the area’s history and wildlife.

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Ka’ana Resort & Spa

Tucked in a tropical jungle just outside San Ignacio, Ka’ana Resort & Spa is one of the best luxury hotels in the region. This 5-star resort boasts stylish one and two-bedroom villas with a private pool and private terrace.

Indulge in jungle-inspired Belize and American cuisine at the resort’s La Ceiba Restaurant, then head to The Wallace Bar for signature cocktails and delectable finger foods.

Ka’ana also offers yoga and a wellness center where you can enjoy Reiki healing therapies and special treatments using coffee, cocoa, and sugar.

When staying in San Ignacio, jungle adventure tours are at your doorstep. Embark on a horse riding excursion to the Xunantunich Mayan Ruins, take a day trip to the Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave, or spend the day exploring fauna at the Belize Zoo.

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Sweet Songs Jungle Lodge

Surrounded by limestone cliffs and a lush tropical forest, Sweet Songs Jungle Lodge is a stunning boutique resort just a 20-minute drive from San Ignacio. This 3-star hotel offers a unique stay in their treehouse and casita lodgings, with views of the Macal River.

Sweet Songs Jungle Lodge features a Treehouse Bar & Restaurant where you can enjoy tasty Belizean and Caribbean-inspired cuisine and drinks all day.

At the base of the hotel, you’ll find a private beach area with complimentary floating tubes and kayaks.

The hotel is a three-minute drive from the Belize Botanic Gardens in San Ignacio, where you can explore the local flora. Horseback riding to Xunantunich, cave tubing in Actun Tunichil Muknal, and zip lining are other excursions you can enjoy.

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San Ignacio Resort Hotel

San Ignacio Resort Hotel is a modern, centrally located hotel in the town of San Ignacio in the Cayo District. This 4-star is surrounded by a dense tropical jungle, giving you a serene escape.

The hotel boasts an elegant interior with minimalistic decor and flowery finishes that complement the tropical surroundings. You’ll get to relax in the outdoor pool or enjoy a treatment at the spa.

The hotel’s restaurant serves traditional Belizean food, and if you want something different, there are plenty of options in San Ignacio center just minutes away. You’ll be in the heart of the jungle, so adventures are not far away.

The Green Iguana Conservation Project and Cahal Pech Archaeological Reserve are nearby options you can explore. There are also water activities like tubing and kayaking along the Macal River.

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Ian Anderson’s Caves Branch Jungle Lodge

If you’re looking for a mix of low-key luxury in the middle of the forest and high-adrenaline outdoor experiences, then Ian Anderson’s Caves Branch is your best bet!

Ian Anderson’s Caves Branch is a unique and luxurious eco-lodge located in the heart of Belize’s rainforest, surrounded by stunning natural beauty that include rivers, cliffs, and caves, among others.

The lodge offers a variety of accommodations, including treehouses, tents, cabanas, and a cave suite for honeymooners, all of which are designed to blend seamlessly with the surrounding environment.

The honeymoon cave is a great “room” every newlywed should experience at least one night. The cave is fully private, candle-lit, and open to the stunning surrounding landscape. You also get to have a romantic dinner in it!

For thrill-seekers, there are zip lines, canyoning, cave tubing, river excursions, and more to do in and around the lodge.

Guests can also go birdwatching, horseback riding, and participate in cultural activities such as cooking classes and Mayan temple visits. If you’re more into relaxing, the lodge also has a large swimming pool and spa area where guests can relax and unwind.

The lodge has a restaurant on site that serves delicious, locally-sourced cuisine and a bar stocked with a selection of local and international drinks.

Beach in Belize

Stann Creek

Located along the Caribbean Coast on the south of Belize, the Stann Creek District is home to several parks and reserves, including the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary and the Maya Mountains.

The district is also home to several culturally and historically rich towns like Hopkins and Dangriga. On the opposite spectrum, you’ll also find Placencia, which is one of the most relaxing coastal areas in Belize, with plenty of resorts to choose from.

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Itz’ana Belize Resort & Residences

The Itz’ana Belize Resort & Residences is one of the best luxury hotels you’ll find in Placencia. Edging along the Caribbean Sea, this 4-star luxury resort boasts an idyllic beach setting lined with towering palm trees and a gorgeous infinity pool.

The hotel offers gorgeous villas with beautiful, spacious rooms and modern amenities, like a butler, a private chef, a stocked bar, and babysitting services, should you need them.

The interior decor features beach chic furniture, with wooden elements and shrubbery dotted across the rooms, creating a tranquil environment.

For more relaxation, you can visit the expansive outdoor swimming pool and grab a drink at the bar while waiting for your oven-baked pizza. The on-site restaurant also offers excellent food options, like tacos paired with refreshing margaritas.

Other great perks for staying at Itz’ana Resort include access to the white-sand beach with sun loungers and a beach bar serving amazing cocktails. Some activities you’ll enjoy here include kayaking, paddle boarding, and snorkeling under the clear, blue sea.

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Hopkins Bay Resort

Hugging the East Coast of Belize, Hopkins Bay Resort is located in a beautiful coastal village with the same name. This 3-star hotel boasts 18 beach houses featuring locally made wooden furniture, a private terrace, and it gives you private beach access.

You’ll find an on-site restaurant, The Rhum Shack, serving delicious Caribbean cuisine and an outdoor swimming pool just behind it. The resort has another swimming pool located behind the spa.

Hopkins Resort also has a tour desk where you can book activities like scuba diving, fishing, canoeing, and hiking. You can also book visits to ancient Mayan Ruins and the Belize rainforest and go on cave expeditions.

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Mariposa Beach Resort

Located along Placencia’s shoreline, Mariposa Beach Resort is a 3-star hotel offering gorgeous suites, a private beach, and a seafront restaurant. You’ll love waking up to stunning ocean views and breakfast on the terrace.

Mariposa also features an expansive swimming pool, so you don’t have to go far out to get your feet wet.

You’ll also find a restaurant on site; Breezeway Restaurant & Pool Bar serves delicious Belizean and international cuisine, which you can enjoy in an open-air Palapa.

There is a range of activities for you to enjoy, from playing beach sports to bike riding, snorkeling, kayaking, and visiting the Mayan Ruins.

Outside the resort, you’ll find plenty of fun things to do in Placencia. From sun lounging along beautiful beaches to birdwatching and immersing yourself in the local Creole culture, there’s something for everyone.

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Umaya Resort & Adventures

Umaya Resort & Adventures is one of the most serene places to stay in Maya Beach. Located along the Placencia Peninsula, this 3-star resort boasts a laid-back atmosphere, gorgeous suites with views of the Caribbean Sea, and an international restaurant.

The contemporary Restaurante Laguna serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, courtesy of its outstanding chef. You’ll also get to taste a range of Belizean cocktails and beers while looking out at the turquoise-blue lagoon.

Umaya Resort offers unique excursions tailored to your liking. You can enjoy river tubing, cave excursions, or birdwatching in the jungle. Alternatively, you can take a boat ride down Belize’s tributaries or opt for a chocolate-making lesson. 

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The Lodge at Jaguar Reef

Situated along Hopkins’ beachfront, The Lodge at Jaguar Reef is one of the best places to stay in Belize if you’re looking for a tranquil beach getaway. This 4-star hotel boasts superb cabana-style bungalows with private plunge pools and ocean views.

The Lodge at Jaguar Reef has two outdoor swimming pools, a wellness spa, and a poolside swim-up bar where you can enjoy delicious cocktails. You can get a variety of relaxing treatments at the Butterflies Spa, like honey butter wraps and facials.

Activities like fishing, bike riding, and snorkeling can all be arranged. And if you’d like to go on a day visit to Belize City or the culture capital of Belize, Dangriga, there’s transportation available at an extra fee.

Cave entrance in Toledo Belize


The Toledo District is the southernmost district in Belize, bordering Guatemala and the Caribbean coast, and is known for its parks and reserves like the Bladen Nature Reserve.

Toledo also has one of the richest cultural heritages in Belize, clearly expressed through the traditional Mopan and Kekchi Maya communities, and the Garifuna culture in towns like Punta Gorda and villages like Barranco.

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Copal Tree Lodge

The Copal Tree Lodge is a luxurious eco-lodge located in the heart of the Toledo Settlement of Belize. The lodge is surrounded by lush rainforests and boasts stunning views of the nearby mountains and valleys.

But beyond the impressive landscapes, nothing beats the experience of relaxing in nature with the sound of howling monkeys nearby, roaming and jumping from tree to tree near your room.

Guests can relax in the comfortable, spacious cabanas, which feature private balconies and en-suite bathrooms – some of them with an outdoor tub and shower with an unbeatable view of the valley.

The lodge also has a large swimming pool and a variety of outdoor activities for guests to enjoy, including hiking, horseback riding, and birdwatching.

Given that Copal Tree Lodge is committed to sustainability and works to minimize its impact on the environment, they source their electricity from solar panels and use biodegradable and eco-friendly products wherever possible.

The lodge also works with local communities to support economic development and conservation efforts.

Copal Tree Lodge is known for its delicious, fresh, and locally-sourced cuisine, as well as for its well-stocked bar with a varied selection of local and international drinks.

Overall, the Copal Tree Lodge is one of the most idyllic retreats for those looking to relax and reconnect with nature in Belize.

Sun Creek Lodge in Belize
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Sun Creek Lodge

Compared to many other hotels on this list, Sun Creek Lodge is more of a humble, yet excellent lodge to spend your time in nature. Sun Creek is a beautiful, wooden eco-lodge with the aesthetic of a local Belizean jungle hut.

Even though the lodge is just a few short miles from the town of Punta Gorda, the surroundings make it feel like you are deep in a remote jungle paradise.

The Sun Creek Lodge is a nature lover’s paradise, with various activities available for guests to enjoy. Its bungalows and villas are all well-blended with nature, and some of them even offer outdoor showers.

The lodge also offers meals cooked by either the staff or local Mayans from nearby villages.

The lodge is also committed to sustainability and works to minimize its environmental impact through solar panels and eco-friendly products.

Overall, Sun Creek Lodge is a wonderful choice for those looking to experience the beauty and serenity of the Belizean rainforest.

Maya Ruins in Belize

Final Thoughts on Where to Stay in Belize

There you have it! 20 wonderful hotels and resorts where you can stay in Belize. This quaint nation in Central America packs a punch when it comes to stunning beaches, jungle adventures, and a taste of Creole and Caribbean culture.

Belize is also known for its gorgeous coral reefs and marine life, and islands like Caye Caulker and Ambergris Caye are the best snorkeling hotspots. If you’d like a more laid-back jungle vacation, look no further than San Igancio.

Belize City should also be high on your list when deciding where to stay in Belize, as you’ll find lots of hotels and amenities like banks, airports, and shops here.

But if you’d like to visit a Mayan Temple or two, consider Toledo District, which is home to major Mayan Sites.

So, which part of this amazing country will you pick when deciding where to stay in Belize?

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