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we thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Cocotal Inn & Cabanas. Our cabanas (B2) was exactly as described and afforded us great access to ocean views and the beachside amenities.
Ben and his staff were very attentive to our needs without being intrusive. The cabana was...More
We loved this place and wish we could have stayed longer. We booked the newest oceanfront casita (B-1), and it was large and comfortable and really clean. There are dual A/C units (one in the living room and one in the bedroom) and a beautiful...More
Cocotal Inn is situated in a beautiful spot on the water in Ambergris. It is a small resort, with great staff to help you with anything you need. (Hi Ben & Yahaira!)
The rooms are spacious and very clean. There are lots of windows that...More
Just returned from a week in Paradise and cannot wait to go back! Ben, Yahira, Duni, Ivan, Jon & Jose are simply the best staff there could ever be. Ben made our trip unbelievably perfect. Not only did he make sure we had a ride...More
Primarily a vacation trip with the wife and some scuba thrown in. I used a major travel website to book and selected the Cocotal Inn based on its location, reviews, amenities and price. Neither of us had been to Belize or Ambergris Caye before so...More
My wife and I aren't experienced kayakers, so that could be part of the problem, but we found it rather difficult. Going out to the reef, you're fighting the ocean (it took forever), the water was about mid-torso, and the... More
My wife and I aren't experienced kayakers, so that could be part of the problem, but we found it rather difficult. Going out to the reef, you're fighting the ocean (it took forever), the water was about mid-torso, and the water kept the kayak moving when attempting to get back in. You're supposed to be able to snorkel off of their peer, which would probably be the better option, but I can't speak to that (we arrived 2 days after Hurricane Earl, so it was out of commission). FYI, you can't really just wade out into the water, as there is sea grass so you can't see at all what you're stepping into.