San Pedro Town is Ambergris Caye’s hotspot for the best entertainment, diverse restaurants, and fabulous hotels. Downtown San Pedro is definitely a tourist favourite; you can walk around the town and enjoy the sunshine and cool sea breeze. Or rent a golf cart for you and your friends to get around the island. Downtown San Pedro is very easy to navigate, especially if your hotel is in the area. Here are a few of the best hotels you can find in downtown San Pedro:
Located on the southern end of San Pedro Town; The Sunbreeze Suites offer beachfront rooms meanwhile Sunbreeze Hotel is near the municipal airport. They offer three types of rooms (standard, deluxe, and premiere) which you can choose from depending on what you’re looking for. This hotel comes with a number of facilities, from a large swimming pool to an onsite Dive Centre to Delmy’s Spa Studio where you can get a relaxing massage and their beachfront restaurant “Blue Water Grill” where you can get fresh seafood cuisine and refreshing tropical cocktails. They also offer adventure tours on the mainland (zipline, cave tubing, trekking, river tours etc.) and water activities (snorkelling, scuba diving).
A ten–minute drive from downtown San Pedro, Banyan Bay offers small and large luxury suites with a Caribbean vibe perfect for family trips or group trips with your friends. They have a large resort pool which includes three levels – one which is a wading and play area for young children where they can have tons of fun. What’s also great about this hotel is that they offer babysitting services for families, if the adults decide to have a night out on the town at Jaguar’s Night Club or Daddy Rock Night Club. Other facilities include their dive centre, wellness spa, and famous Pier 366 Seafood House.
A beautifully unique island resort that consists of Tahitian inspired cottages with authentic palm-thatched cabanas. This entire resort is surrounded by a tropical garden of plants found all over Belize (royal palms, hibiscus, bougainvillaea, and much more). They offer beachfront, seaside, and jungle cabanas so you can choose whichever view you like. They have a beachside restaurant ‘Pineapples on the Beach’ and a poolside smoothie/coffee bar ‘Tropic Al’s’. Ramon’s village also offers both mainland and water activities including ziplining, cave tubing, snorkelling, and scuba diving.
Written by Reyann Garcia