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This is a very quiet, clean and beautiful place, inside and outside the hut. The people working here and the owner are really kind and helpful. Also the owner has this delightful touch in every detail inside the rooms, you'll feel in a better home...More
My husband and I had a very relaxing end to our 2 week Belize trip, staying at Cocotal Inn. The staff were really friendly and helpful. Ben was incredibly kind and drove us into town to an ATM that would actually let us withdraw money...More
Plus: We stayed above the office. Very spacious, 2 bedroom suite, 2 baths, full kitchen, etc. The pool was clean and had plenty lounge / regular chairs to sit. There were also a few chairs on the beach with thatched umbrellas which were nice. You...More
Spent our first time in Belize at cocotal cabanas, i cant say enough, everyone was a delight, Ben was great as was the staff with every request, loved our yellow cabana, i wanted to move in, my husband didnt want to leave, Ben booked all...More
Superbly appointed spacious and clean Cabanas and serviced daily.
Ben the manager is a delight with a passion for Mayan history and as with all the staff extremely friendly and helpful. The free use of bikes is a bonus and with flat roads and gentle...More
My wife and I aren't experienced kayakers, so that could be part of the problem, but we found it rather difficult. Going out to the reef, you're fighting the ocean (it took forever), the water was about mid-torso, and the... More
My wife and I aren't experienced kayakers, so that could be part of the problem, but we found it rather difficult. Going out to the reef, you're fighting the ocean (it took forever), the water was about mid-torso, and the water kept the kayak moving when attempting to get back in. You're supposed to be able to snorkel off of their peer, which would probably be the better option, but I can't speak to that (we arrived 2 days after Hurricane Earl, so it was out of commission). FYI, you can't really just wade out into the water, as there is sea grass so you can't see at all what you're stepping into.