Ratings based on 27 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great bed and breakfastPosted Jul 15, 2014
Very nice place. The staff friendly and courteous . We stayed for 5nights and every breakfast,cooked by Darleney was amazing. We felt pampered every morning. Room was small but very nice with AC and a refrigerator. The owner, Peggy was helpful and knowledgeable about island activities. We would definitely choose this place again.
for Everyoneby Jimi from Denver
One week in paradise.Posted Jun 12, 2014
Pros: Convenient to tour companies (right out the back gate). Great food. Positive atmosphere.
Cons: Internet was a little sketchy, but it's high on Peggy's of improvements.
Location: The hotel is a short distance away from the hustle and bustle of the "heart of town". 300 feet from the beach. snorkeling, snuba, scuba, cave tubing
Terri is amazing. She has so many resources to tap on the island for your every need. Restaurant suggestions, access to a multitude of tour companies for activities both on the island and the mainland. Keep in mind, this bed n breakfast is both about letting you relax while at the same time ensuring that you can stay busy with activities. For those of you TV lovers, you won't find one here and that's a blessing in disguise. This way you aren't spending all your time in front of the TV when there are so many other beautiful and interesting things to do outside. The grounds are immaculate. The breakfasts are different, innovative and quite tasty. Be sure to book early, because there are only 6 rooms total and I'm sure they go fast. Peggy, the owner, is also very intent to make sure that everything about your visit is up to your standards. As someone who has lived an island for 2 years, I know how to do without, but some of the other guests were a bit more needy. Peggy went out of her way to address all their concerns and fixed the issues in an efficient and timely manor, in quite contrast to typical "island style living" attitudes. I will definitely be back.
for Everyoneby lissie
Posted May 30, 2014
Felt so taken care of by the staff. A wonderful stay! I would definitely go back!
Recommendedby Linda from Ventura, CA
Home away from homePosted May 27, 2014 on Hotels.com
Changes in Latitudes was the perfect place to stay for my first visit to San Pedro. I traveled to Belize by myself and Terri (the manager) gave me a thorough introduction to the town, including where to eat, beaches to visit and places where I'd get a discount because I'm staying at CIL. It's in a great location, close enough to walk to the main part of San Pedro, but far enough away from the busy part of town to be quieter. It's not right on the water, but it's very close. I looked forward to breakfast every morning: Terri was great to make sure the chef (Derlaney?) followed my dietary restrictions. She was also great about setting up my excursions (definitely do the Snorkeling trip to Hol Chan/Shark Ray Alley, and the Zoo / Cave Tubing excursions. Both were amazing and very reasonably priced).
for Everyoneby David from Plano, TX
Wonderful B&BPosted Mar 15, 2014
Location: Outrageously great snorkeling. Hol Chan Park / Shark Ray Alley are a must. Every restaurant we ate at was great.
Very nice place to stay on a very pleasant island. The hotel is about a 15 minute walk from San Pedro. You can easily go there to eat and shop, but live in a less congested place. One of the cool things is that the hotel manager, Terri, can set up just about anything you want. You tell her what you are interested in doing and she sets it up. There is a pier about 50 feet from the hotel and she sets it up so that the excursion (we did Maya ruins and snorkeling) picks you up there. It's all very easy.
for Couplesby Kassy from Portland
Decent B&BPosted Feb 3, 2014 on Hotels.com
Staff was very friendly and rooms were clean. The breakfast was homemade each day, well proportioned and very good. That being said, the room was very small, the water smelled and was always cold. I think the price was a bit steep give these factors. It was on the main road of San Pedro, but a bit of a walk from the center of the island so comfy shoes or an alternate mode of transportation are a must!
for Studentsby A verified traveler
Hotel staff was exceptionally friendly and helpfulPosted Nov 25, 2013
Pros: The staff was second to none.
Cons: The internet was spotty, but I could still access it from the outdoor courtyard.
Location: It's only a short 20-minute walk to the center of San Pedro, which made exploring very easy. Also, you're right next to the water.
I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone traveling to San Pedro. The staff was very friendy and made me feel welcome right away. While the rooms are basic, they have terrific air conditioning, which is a necessity when the heat and humidity become too much. Only 30 yards from the beach, the location couldn't be beat. Additionally, you have access to a dock where tour guides can easily find you and pick you up for snorkeling or any other aquatic activities. Speaking of activities, Changing Latitudes helps arrange great adventures. I went snorkeling and couldn't have imagined what a great time I would have. The B&B took care of all the details, including equipment rental, so all I had to do was show up. Additionally, the staff provided a delicious breakfast each morning that got me ready to take long walks, explore the island, go snorkeling or whatever the day brought. I also received coupons to local businesses, which made it even more affordable to stay in San Pedro!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Well run B n B.Posted Nov 14, 2013
Pros: Proximity to beach, hotel and availability of bikes. Teri makes your stay a pleasant one.
Cons: Greater variety at breakfast.
Location: Go into town and try the various eateries. Go biking north.
The owner Peg wants you to have an enjoyable experience and fusses over every detail. She has a most able assistant Teri who know almost everyone on the Caye.
for Everyoneby JennCanada from Calgary, AB
The best B&B in San Pedro!Posted Oct 13, 2013
Pros: The location, the staff, the food, the beds, the hammocks...everything!!
Location: It was located near the local airport (we didn't hear any planes from our room), near the grocery store, restaurants, beaches and dive shops.
Staying at Changes in Latitudes was an amazing experience for our first time in Belize. We were greeted by Terri who was so helpful and full of information. She was so kind and provided us with a pre-paid cell phone for our stay incase we needed anything. She arranged our scuba dives for us with a local dive company that was perfect and had a golf cart and bikes readily available for our use. This B&B was unique with the yard having lovely seating and eating spaces outside along with hammocks hung above the sand. The room was very comfortable and the AC was a blessing. The fridge was stocked with beer and water, we appreciated this as we came in late! The breakfast was incredible!! Fresh coffee, juice, fruit and amazing cooking/baking. The beach was a 1 minute walk away. We would definitely stay here again!!
for Everyoneby Andrea from Phoenix, az
Must Stay!Posted Aug 24, 2013
Pros: The beds were comfortable and the ac was great. The best part would have to be the full breakfast that they made soon as you woke up.
Cons: I would not change a thing!
Location: We did a lot of shopping but we took boats to do our main events
Terri was the greatest whatever we needed she was there. We met with her every day and we said what we wanted to do for the next day. She made all our reservations and she had the cab waiting for us in the morning. She did not have to but she gave us a local cell phone and put emergency numbers in it Easter was the house keep and she made a wonderful breakfast for us every day. The rooms were spotless and had everything we needed inside. Without them the trip would not have been the same. I will for sure come back and stay her every time.