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Recent San Pedro property reviews

  • Exceeded my expectations

    "I highly recommend staying at La Perla del Caribe. The property was so beautiful and super relaxing... we stayed in Villa Sand and it was perfect for our 2-couple group. The description of the villa and amenities is accurate, although the photos don't really do it justice. As the trip planner, I was nervous about appealing to the other travelers' preferences, as two of them are world travelers. But my worries were unfounded as we were all speechless when we arrived, with huge smiles on our faces. The villa and the views are breathtaking. For those who like to stay in touch, WiFi worked great also. Every question I had before booking was answered quickly and with great detail by the owner. This exceptional service extended throughout our trip. It was also great to have the San Pedro airport transport to-and-from La Perla included. It was a personalized experience from the moment we landed on Ambergris Caye, with minimal effort from us which added to our relaxation and enjoyment! TIPS: La Perla is about 6 miles north of the town of San Pedro (10-15 minute boat ride). We enjoyed the seclusion of the northern end of the island and it wasn't a huge hassle to get to town. It's best to be familiar with the boat taxi pick up times (which are posted on the dock in front of the villa) and also purchase a weekly boat pass, it will save you some cash. I would recommend buying some groceries in town before heading to the villa since there's only a few food options close by. In town, our favorite was Tacklebox (both for the value and the fun atmosphere, and the food was good too!). We also liked Crave Restaurant and Blue Water Grill. For activities, I would recommend snorkeling, fishing, and a beach bbq. We took a day trip to the Lamanai ruins on the mainland, overall a great day but be prepared for the long journey by boat and bus! We didn't make it out to the Blue Hole or Caye Caulker, but we heard both are great excursions. There's a lot of options to choose from and we did not have enough time to do them all in the 5 days we were there. One last tip... take a nap in the hammock on the screened porch, it completes the paradise experience! We will be back to stay here again!"
    Guest: campa Date of Stay: January 2011 Review Submitted: January 26, 2011
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  • A trip of a lifetime

    "Our family of five included me, my husband and three daughters ages 19, 16 and 12. We had the most incredible time and Nancy's condo! Clearly, this was the most beautiful complex on the island (that was obvious) and the unit itself was exceptional, clean, classy and very comfortable. Gorgeous kitchen for at home cooking and an amazing maid service that not only kept the condo clean but did our laundry free DAILY. The rest of the people at the Grand Caribe were extremely friendly and helpful. This is the ONLY place to consider on Ambergris Caye and we would come back again in a heartbeat! There is so much to do on the island and our family 'accidentally' fell in love with scuba diving and ended up getting certified with Ambergris Divers (ask for Argyle). The restaurants are plentiful and fabulous from the gorgeous and romantic Aji - just a short barefoot walk from the condo - to Caroline's in town for a more rustic and very authentic meal. We feel in love with Belize and really hope to come back to Karen's place in 2 years!"
    Guest: Laura Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 19, 2014
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  • Perfect

    "So it's a great house directly on the beach. Five bedrooms Five baths with tons of extra. You get Alfred and Dianie, best hosts EVER. The place is getting so popular it might be hard to get a timeslot. My suggestion would be to book it. Trust all the reviews, you can't go wrong with this home. With Alfred and Dianie as your host this is guaranteed (weather excluded) to be a great hassle free vacation in a beach front home on a unique island. Tony the owner is so easy to work with and he makes sure to answer all you questions. All in all BajaMar has a great team operating this home. They are honest and trust worthy and everything is straight forward. We have rented many homes via VRBO and this experience and home are at the top of our list. When you go: Kayak to the reef and snorkel, book the all day snorkeling trip to Caye Caulker, book a half or full day reef fishing trip , catch the fish and cook them for dinner, rent a golf cart and drive into San Pedro. Eat at Mata Chica, Rojos, Protofino (for a special dinner). And don't forget Dainie's home cooking , it's the best."
    Guest: Katy, Texas Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 30, 2014
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  • Bamboo House Review

    "We had a 2 couples and 6 singles in our party for the two weeks we stayed at the Bamboo House. It was everyone’s first time in San Pedro. There are lots of accommodation options on this long, narrow caye. We chose the Bamboo House primarily for location, ability to accommodate a large group, and value for money. The house is on the lagoon side about ½ mile past the bridge to the ‘north island’. The north island seems to still be in development mode and is a little more rustic than south of San Pedro. The road is a bit on the rough side but you get accustomed to dodging potholes. There’s a market store just north of the bridge with all the necessities. There are also a fair number of small bars/restaurants in the immediate area (Legends, Pirates Treasure, Jolly Roger, Coco Loco, Felize and, our favorite, Palapa which is a local legend). We’d often ask Edwin to drive us to town for supplies or to drop us off for the day but, with 10 people, renting our own golf cart made some sense too. Note there’s a $10B round-trip charge for rented golf carts going over the bridge. It was nice having the option of Camilla cooking our meals, as eating out can be quite expensive on Ambergris Caye. Camilla was accommodating in terms of preparing local dishes or our requests. Lillian was friendly and thorough in cleaning the rooms every day. Edwin was always available and accommodating... cleaning the pool, looking after any issues, etc. He also teed up a couple of great boat excursions with a fabulous father/son duo, Sullivan and Arnold.... we went snorkeling, fishing, and to Caye Caulker with them. The master suite on the 2nd level is certainly the nicest bedroom. The rooms on the ground floor rely on AC for air movement while the palapa room relies solely on the natural breeze. Some folks will take issue with no hot water and lack of water pressure in most of the sinks. If Bertrand can figure that out, he’ll appeal to a wider clientele. That said, if you’re looking for other accommodations in San Pedro, confirm AC and hot water, as lots of places won’t have one or the other. The Bamboo’s two dogs, Boudha and Banane, were lovable from day one and would often escort us on beach walks. Renting a house may not be for everyone.... buying the food and consumables might be considered a bit of a hassle and the closeness may not work for everyone. But there are pro’s and con’s to staying in a hotel too. Value for money, the Bamboo House is a good choice in San Pedro."
    Guest: Hank3 Date of Stay: February 2013 Review Submitted: March 22, 2013
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