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Maya Mountain Lodge
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Reviewed 30 April 2018 via mobile

We stayed here for four nights, using it as our base of operations to undertake activities in the region. We stayed in a room which was a bit on small side and it looked a bit shabbier than on the pictures. Bed was fine though and everything functioned (even reasonably stable wifi). Upones coming back from activities we really grew fond of the place. This was largely due to beautiful, quiet nature area surrounding the accomodations and the lovely staff. All staff members were incredibly helpful, friendly and genuinely interested in us and in making our stay as pleasant as possible. We loved the focus on organically grown foods and the thematic dinner evenings (the mestizo food was spectacular). Food was slightly overpriced but the overall quality of the food, lovely staff and pleasant dining setting made us keep coming back. Overall a really nice, relaxing place to stay; a place that we miss already.

Stayed: April 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank Michael M
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Reviewed 27 April 2018 via mobile

We only stayed for 4 nights to get the “jungle experience”. Maya is the perfect place to base yourself, within walkable distance to the main town and plenty of tours offered onsite. Although we found the tours pricey they were amazing! All staff are friendly and welcoming making our stay there very relaxing and easy. Even so that all guests stop and talk to each other and you easily make new friends from all over the world.

Food wise we opted for the “special” every night which is based on their culture, most nights we enjoyed with the odd night not so much.

We would 100% recommend this to anyone looking to find the culture side of belize.

Stayed: April 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank Tatum L
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Reviewed 23 April 2018

We stayed here on 2 occasions for 2 nights each on our trip around Belize 4 weeks ago.
What a great team of friendly and helpful staff, nothing too much trouble.
The rooms are either in a jungle block or set as bungalows throughout the tropical gardens. We had the Tapir bungalow which was set within the gardens offering seclusion and great birdwatching opportunities and there are Toucans that visit most days.
The room was a bit cramped but very clean and serviced daily.
All that was missing was a kettle in the room but there was 24hour coffee and tea available from the dining area along with 2 fridges for guest use.
Only ate in the restaurant on one evening and the food was excellent but
being only a 5 min drive from San Ignacio town it was easy to go out for dinner and try other places.
Will definitely stay there again on our next trip to Belize.

  • Stayed: March 2018, travelled as a couple
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Thank Jim_Kathy_13
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Reviewed 18 April 2018

We stayed here for 3 nights and had a pleasant stay. Our room was fine and fairly comfortably but our toilet wasn't working properly unfortunately our entire stay which we did report, the wifi was also intermittent. We also had a problem with the lock but that was resolved immediately. It was in a beautiful setting, however it's about 10 belize dollars one way into town (30min walk) so you are quite isolated which wouldn't be too much of a problem if the food was a reasonable price. Breakfast is nice but very expensive by Belize standards and you don't have much choice but to eat there as your out of town.
Another reason i haven't marked the lodge as highly is due to the tour prices which are crazy expensive and you don't know unless you go into San Ignacio town - they are almost double the price. We booked our tours with Maximum Adventure Tours in San Ignacio town and the tours were fantastic with excellent, knowledgeable guides!!!! Would definitely recommend this option instead of booking through the hotel.
The staff were very lovely however at this hotel, they looked after us really well so definitely can't complain about them :)
Overall a good option to stay if you don't mind journeying into town for dinner!

Stayed: April 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank Lauren H
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Reviewed 15 April 2018

I am not one to write reviews but I am compelled on this occasion based on an exceptional experience at Maya Mountain Lodge.

My family and I traveled to Belize for a week in early April. We were 10 in total, ages 8 - 72. We decided to spend three nights in the "jungle" and ultimately landed on Maya Mountain Lodge. We are so glad we did as it became one of the highlights of our trip to Belize.

First, the staff is incredible!!! Elmer, Carlos, Luis & the rest of the staff were amazing. From the trip planning process through our departure, they were always there to serve with a smile. When we arrived fresh flowers were placed throughout our room. Meal time was always delightful because of the interaction with staff. The staff also helped arrange all transportation and excursions for our crew of 10.

Accommodations were simple but clean and comfortable. The grounds are beautiful with indigenous plants & flowers all around. Every morning we woke up to singing of birds. You feel completely immersed in nature.

The restaurant, Nature's Kitchen, was definitely a highlight. The food was spectacular! Each night had a different theme and never disappointed. There were nightly demonstrations on local culture and food preparation. Most of the ingredients are grown on the property or were local. Additionally they were able to accommodate the discriminating palettes of both kids and adults . Note: Nature's Kitchen does not serve alcohol, so you need to BYOB from the town. No worries as they have a refrigerator on the premises for all of your Belikin!

One special call-out... My daughter was recently diagnosed with celiac's disease and we were concerned about traveling outside of the US and having her get unknowingly "gluten-ed". We selected Maya Mountain partially on their claims to be able to accommodate dietary needs. They get 5+ stars here!!! Upon check-in every guest fills out whether they have special dietary needs and from that point forward the staff was totally on top of it. In addition to always having gluten-free options with every meal, Maya Mountain was also able to provide gluten-free box lunches for our excursions, all packaged separately and carefully marked. The first night we arrived we partook in the Mestizo - "Fiesta de Maiz". For the first time in almost a year my daughter was able to have a meal at a restaurant and eat everything on the menu. it meant so much to her that she didn't have to be the exception. As a result we highly, highly recommend Maya Mountain for anyone with special dietary needs.

  • Stayed: April 2018, travelled with family
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Thank h2oman262
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