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All reviewslarge poolin townnice balconythe main streetrio dulceexchange ratetraditional garifunarates were reasonablegreat poolthe riverwonderful viewbed was comfortableenjoyed our staythe atlantic oceanstayed here for nightsfirst floorgreat food
Nice setting in pretty gardens by the water, with its own dock.Simple clean room, imaginatively decorated with shell lamps, and with outlook over the water. Close to all the restaurants in town. we did not have dinner here, but breakfast was poor, could have been...More
After a long travel day, including getting soaked on the boat ride into Livingston, I decided to splurge. I'm glad I did.
I had room 414 for two nights, which gave me sea/river views and a bit of town too. The pool is huge, and...More
We stayed at the Hotel Villa Caribe twice during our trip to Belize and Guatemala. This is an excellent hotel for the money. The room was clean, the bed was comfortable and the bathroom very nice, with a cool shower. My partner really liked the...More
I found Hotel Villa Caribe during my search for "reasonably luxury"" living. I wondered into a hotel situated about a five minute walk from the docks of livingston upon arrival from pto barrios.
The room was located on the second floor with a nice view...More
Our tour guide liked to prepare us for what came next on the hotel fronts and had told us not to expect too much at this one as not much had been done to it since it had been built.. However on arrival (after hauling...More
We were travelling with a group of 45 people and our reservations were also made in advance. I believe there are only 2 or 3 bungalows and the folks who were assigned them had accumulated more travel points. I spoke with one... More
We were travelling with a group of 45 people and our reservations were also made in advance. I believe there are only 2 or 3 bungalows and the folks who were assigned them had accumulated more travel points. I spoke with one of them who said they would have preferred a non/bungalow as it would have been blocked from continuous daytime sunshine. I would call the Hotel directly and ask to talk to the Manager as he speaks excellent English. PS - The breakfast and dinner buffets are 5 star.