With a stay at St. George's Caye Resort in St. George's Caye, you'll be on the beach and within the region of Museum of Belize and Baron Bliss Lighthouse. This beach inn is within the region of Altun Ha.
Make yourself at home in one of the 19 air-conditioned guestrooms. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include a turndown service and ceiling fans, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages, body treatments, and facials. Additional features include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and gift shops/newsstands. Guests who want to try their luck at the slots can hop on the casino shuttle (surcharge).
Grab a bite to eat at the inn's beachfront restaurant, where you can enjoy drinks at a bar, take in a garden view, and even dine alfresco (weather permitting). You can also stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). Relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge or a poolside bar.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and multilingual staff. Planning an event in St. George's Caye? This inn has facilities measuring 2500 square feet (232 square meters), including a meeting room. A roundtrip airport shuttle is complimentary (available 24 hours).
This resort on St. George's Caye was an experience of a lifetime. It was magic from beginning to end. The spa, the sailing, the snorkeling and especially the wonderful staff.
While you might ask for something fancier or newer, you won't have a better experience if you are looking to get away and relax. The food was great. The staff were very friendly. This is probably the first vacation that I did not gain weight. I never felt hungry. The food was fresh, will prepared and presented nicely. We had a great time meeting the other guests. This is 5 star experience and an absolutely beautiful place.
I had a nice time here. I traveled alone and it was everything I expected. The beach/grounds were nice & clean All the staff was very friendly from beginning to end. I had a lodge room which turned out to be nice & convenient. Because I traveled alone, my room was clean & small but comfortable. It was a comfortable temp & didn't take long to cool. The room was pretty sound proof for being inside the bar. Ladies for the boat rides scarves, hair clips, & ponytail holders will be your best friends. Meals are served family style. Food is not exotic, just prepared diffrent. If you don't like diffrent or exploring diffrent ways of common food, this may not be for you. You will be sent a questionaire about your food preferences/diet prior to comming, email it back to them. I'm a food person & willing to try new spins on the food I eat. You won't need to purchase water. The water is fine to drink. Food portions are plenty; I was never hungry afterwards & didn't need snacks. If your wanting a quiet get away to decompress; this is the place. If your wanting activity and fast pace; this will not be for you. The resort is laid back. You can take a boat to the mainland. Ask and plan accordingly. I spent a great deal of time in a hammock on the pier. Keep in mind this is Belieze. They don't have all the modern convinences so bring OTC meds & such. Some items can be purchased in gift shop. The excursions are fun & scenic. Dress casual & have comfortable shoes for walking/hiking. I would return for r&r.
St Georges was exactly what I needed in a getaway. I was looking for a quiet place to decompress after working hard these last 6 months, and St Georges was it. I got my scuba certification from dive master, Jose and had several amazing scuba encounters with manta rays, eels, and lots of lionfish. The diving and snorkeling were unbelieveable. The food was excellent. The staff was topnotch and very friendly. I will go there again as soon as I get time off from my busy schedule. I hope to get back there by the middle of fall.
Good to Great--The staff went overboard to meet every need and request. I felt valued and as if I were among friends. The snorkeling was some of the best I've ever experienced. Fair to Good--The food is alright, but don't expect gourmet meals. Don't ignore the request to notify the resort of your dietary needs. You'll be eating family style. Poor to Fair--It's the Caribbean and it's hot and muggy. But the word 'air-conditioned' is a little bit of an exaggeration. Every person who shared days with us complained about how hot the rooms were at night. Two nights we couldn't sleep it was so hot (even with 'a/c') and two nights we were spared because a cool storm blew in. Ugly to Poor--Lots of poverty in the country. You escape that by going to the island. Unfortunately, as we walked the island we saw many dogs that were left alone to guard closed up houses. One poor dog was tied up and had the rope wrapped around the post three times, his waist once, and his back leg three times. This wasn't the resorts fault, but just be ready.
You won't find a more attentive staff anywhere. Food is absolutely fabulous. Cabanas are comfy, clean, and unique. Activities are varied and fun. Great selections. Diving is fantastic even for a novice in her 70's. Beauty everywhere you look. You are very well taken care of with all of your needs met with friendly smiles. Wonderful people! I will definitely return for their 'laid back luxury'. Love to all and thank you!
My wife and I were so pleased with our decision to stay on St. George's Caye. This is exactly the week away from reality that we were looking for. Being a non-diver and a non-drinker, I was a little concerned that I might get island fever here. Thankfully, the resort, the staff, the food, and the island itself was more than enough to keep me entertained, relaxed, and smiling. This was our first time staying in an over water cabana. Wow, what a cool experience! Having the small waves lap up to shore underneath your bed was fantastic. The room was comfortable, clean, and well supplied. Cold beers sodas & waters were always waiting in the fridge. There was a nice air conditioning unit in the room, but with the louvered windows opened and ceiling fan spinning, who would want it? I was hesitant about staying on the small caye with our obvious limited choices when it comes to dining. Thankfully I was put at ease after our first night's dinner. Chef Hector & his staff kept the daily meals interesting, varied, and most importantly, DELICIOUS. A few of our favorites were BBQ Chicken, Grilled Lobster, Chicken Empanadas, and the best 'Caye' Lime Pie. They did a great job serving fresh local vegetables, and freshly made fruit juices every day. We took a day trip to Ambergris Caye / San Pedro during our stay. After having spent a few days straight at St. Georges, that place felt like I was in Los Angeles. Loud, dirty, traffic jammed, hoards of tourists, etc. I am glad that we went though, as it confirmed that we made the right decision in choosing which island to spend our precious vacation time. The location and unreal beauty of Saint George's Caye is what will bring you to the resort. The staff that Captain Ron and Barry have put together is what will make you return. You will leave with some extra family & friends met at St. George's.
The staff was polite and helpful. While I was on the beach, I was never asked once for a cocktail. I had to always serve myself. The beaches were not good for snorkeling or swimming, but the resort would take you out to snorkel on their boat for $40 person. My lodging hut on the water was not kept up well. The food was average and at times not enough. The helicopters taking off from a nearby British post was annoying. The rum punches were good, but the rest of the alcohol was overpriced. The best part of the trip was the Hobie cat sailing. I would return only for that.
This place is in a great location w/ a lot of history and there are a lot of activities you can boat to, for extra costs, but don't expect to swim or snorkel right off the beach; you sink in the ocean sand & it has too many weeds. It was also too windy to kayak from the beach. The diving and snorkeling are well worth the trip and the local staff are great. We went for our honeymoon and were surprised by the group meals. We also did not have hot water for more than 2 min. in our ocean front cabana. Two other couples on either side of us complained of this also, but it never got fixed. You can hear everything from your cabana that is outside; other people, etc. Meals were very good and filling. Would have liked to have been offered drinks at the resort during the day, but not that big of a deal. Bed comfort was okay, but the pillows are very bad if you have neck problems... still recovering.
St. Georges Caye resort was everything we were looking for in a vacation. Quiet and secluded with the option for adventure. The staff and location are what sets this resort apart. The island is very small with just the resort and some private residences. The twelve cabanas have the same interior. Clean comfortable and provide hairdryers and bath amenities. Six cabanas face the lagoon side with a sunset view two face the gardens and four the beach front with a view of the sunrise. Each cabana has a porch with patio chairs table and hammock. Coffee or tea and orange juice is brought to your porch each morning. A great way to start the day. Meals are delicious and served family style with all the guests dining together. Anytime you are away from the resort for a day excursion meals are still provided during your outing. Much of the food is served with a Belizean flair and we enjoyed everything from lobster fish and shrimp to homemade coconut ice cream. The resort has a saltwater pool kayaks catamarans paddle boats and a dive shop to provide you with snorkeling and dive gear you may need during your stay. There is also a spa therapist on staff available for massages facials etc. The staff works very hard to make your vacation everything you want organizing any excursion with a knowledgeable guide for you. Cave tubing the Lamanai ruins and fishing were amazing. Resort attire is casual. Bring sport sandals a light rain coat small backpack for excursions. Bug spray and sunscreen can be purchased at the resort gift shop. Take cash to tip guides. All other tipping can be charged at check out. US money is accepted everywhere. This place is paradise. We felt like family and didnt want to leave. Will return.
Its really hard to find the words to describe. But I think Id say its one door from Heaven. My husband I went for our anniversary although we wasnt on the best of terms. However this place was magical. With all the love warmth concern and her team of family put into each guess is a memory I will never forget. Spending this time here has made me appreciate most importantly love my husband all over again! Their love was contagious! Yes we are planning our next trip to quotParadisequot. They did everything but wipe our mouths. The chef was one i really wanted to take home . The food was to quotdiequot then die again for...unbelievable! We really bonded with the guess as well. As we were sad to say quotsee you next timequot. This place is a must go visit! Oh dont forget to get that message as has the hands from Heaven. To the St. Cayes Family thank you for sharing a piece of your paradise with us . The Lord willswe will see you soon! -
Incredible staff, personal attention, excellent food - I'm ready to go back and do it again! SCUBA diving is amazing. And the massages were my favorite activity.
Travelled for 5 nights with my significant other. Getting there was seamless and easy as they resort staff pick you up at the airport and then it is a short boat trip to the island. Greeted on the docks by T, the owner, with drinks in hand. We stayed on the lagoon side which I would highly recommend as it was quiet and breezy. Each morning we had coffee and OJ on our front porch and watch the rays and puffer-like fish swim below us. Neither of had done scuba before and we went there to get certified. We did the entire course while we were there. My significant other was quite nervous about diving, but the dive instructor J was just amazing and truly one of the nicest folks you will ever meet. We did five dives and each time we were just blown away by the reef. These guys have been doing it so long, they have discovered places where the other guys never go and as a result it was pristine. Food was excellent. I had read just about every review of this place before going and one issue that was raised was that with three meals a day, a couple people felt hungry. How this is possible I don't know? Tons of food that was very unique and varied. Not a vegetarian but one guest was and her selections looked great too! Needless to say, the snacks I had packed to span the mealtime were a complete waste and were unopened. Tons of charm at the resort too......The entire staff is amazing and friendly. Also there were other things that added charm to the island. The St George's Caye Aquarium was one * dollars and just makes the whole experience. Definitely go after 4pm when he is home from school. The British navy also has a RandR station on the island and has about 10 soldiers at a time there. They are so polite and quiet when you do see them. During the day, they practice sailing.........very fun to watch as they constantly flip the boats. I hope I never have to be saved by the UK Navy in a one person sailboat...... :) The whole experience was amazing and ...