Chaa Creek, San Ignacio Hotel, And Other Top Hotel Choices In Cayo, Belize

“Kathleen, I wanted to tell you that I and my significant other are going to Belize this April. And all because we won a week’s stay at Exotic Caye Beach Resort at your annual Retire Overseas Conference in Orlando last year! Yeah! So thank you.

“While we are there we want to take a few days and check out the Cayo District and would appreciate information on where to stay for a few nights and where to rent a car for driving around.

“Once again thank you for this great opportunity!”

–Kathleen B., United States

Best jungle lodge option in Cayo is Chaa Creek.

More affordable and more centrally located, in the heart of San Ignacio town, is the San Ignacio Resort Hotel. Don’t let that third word fool you. This isn’t a resort but a three-star hotel. Well located, comfortable, and recently renovated but not a resort.

A good budget-level choice is the Midas Resort. Again, “resort” is a misnomer.

You could rent a car in Belize City, drive yourself out to Cayo, and then return the car in Belize City at the end of your stay. Or you could fly to Cayo and rent a car in San Ignacio.

Enjoy your trip!


“Kathleen, most probably you will not publish my comment because you have an interest on property purchased at San Pedro. If I’m wrong, you might convince me the no-sugar coating policy you had claimed for years is a fact.

“About the Jan. 26, 2016, Rachel Jensen’s ‘Where’s The Friendliest Spot In Belize?’


“I’ve been a resident of Belize for six months. I live at Caye Caulker, and I dread my necessary monthly arrival at San Pedro for visits to immigration.

“My friends and I joke about the fun those grown-ups(?) have with their golf carts, like kids with their toys, running them inches from your walking body. On a mostly no-sidewalk town, this translates into a no-fun environment for responsible folks and children.”


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