Ratings based on 2 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5.0 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby A verified travelerfrom Missouri USA
Nice villa on beachPosted Aug 5, 2014
Pros: Wonderful staff, very attractive villa.
Cons: Cleanup surrounding beaches. Make sure AC and doors work properly before guests arrive. Provide dining options on property.
Location: Closest town 6 miles away in San Pedro. Need to take water taxi there (very expensive for family of 5 and stops at each hotel) or golf cart (bad road
Beautiful villa and view of the water. However, air conditioning in master bath not working when arrived and took over a day to get parts for maintenance to fix. Also door did not lock properly but was fixed when reported to security. Staff was EXCELLENT and very eager to please. Was a little disappointed that you could not swim in water off beach due to seaweed but able to take a kayak out to swim. Surrounding undeveloped beaches VERY trashy.
for Everyoneby Michaelfrom Michigan
Great Getaway Especially for Snorkelers and ScubaPosted Mar 11, 2013
Pros: Waking up to the sun in bed on the beach. Sigh. Quiet, peaceful, nicely appointed, nothing lacking.
Cons: . Had to shop for food. Buy it when you get off the airplane, especially bread, PBJ, juices, pop. One barrel rum ($16) w Cranberry and Lime.
Location: A bit far from town, a trade-off which made it isolated, remote, pristine, private. It was easy to access town via water taxi--cool.
This resort is wonderful. The two bedroom villa was on the beach and everything worked just fine. Clean sheets, great towels, pillows, kitchen utensils, etc. You will be shuttled back and forth to town via water taxi--the hotels, scuba crew, etc-picked you up on the dock, and about 5-7 minute ride to San Pedro downtown. The downtown area is three streets, with a number of small grocery stores; excellent baked goods!!!. The dining was cheaper and much much better in San Pedro. Blue Water, Ramon's (the burritos and the fish chowder, outrageous), and Mango restaurants were all very very good and sensibly priced. All on the beach. Three places were within walking distance from the Villa. All ok, not special, and overpriced compared to downtown. Weirdly, they all served Maxwell House rather then Belize coffee--to be had in a coffee shop downtown. Buy beans and make it yourself. The support team at the La Perla (Enrique and Sergio (call me "Toshiba")) were some of the nicest people, ever. Genuinely polite, helpful. We asked for scuba recommendations, and they had Ramon's Dive Shop pick us up. Ramon's is the full boat, multi-layered scuba shop, with big to little boats, and experienced and very very safe dive masters. They managed 1 hour excursions and 12 hour trips to the Blue Hole, the latter of which was a trip of a lifetime, seamlessly and without any mishaps. Best diving we have seen anywhere.