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Room in Belmopan
Villa San Juan
Villa San Juan – a moment of peace and relaxation, an oasis of colour, beauty and elegance amidst the hectic pace of living. Welcome to Belize Located in Belmopan, the Capital of Belize, we are just a short walk away from the main Government offices and from Foreign Embassies, yet within an hour’s drive of the exotic rainforest, mysterious Mayan ruins and adventure filled caves and rivers. So whether you are on an exploration holiday or a business trip, our Bed & Breakfast, Villa San Juan, is conveniently located to serve you. Come rest your head and re-energize your spirit for your next day’s activities, in a friendly, safe and elegant place where your comfort is our business. Rooms Our rooms are named for the mood or state of mind that their accent color evokes for us and hopefully you will, in contemplating its significance to us, share in it as well. The room names are in Spanish to reflect our Hispanic roots. We have three rooms: Serenidad: Accent color – Blue Serenity, at peace – a state of mind that in our view is conducive to introspection and re-evaluation and is reflective of self assurance and of the power to determine our destiny. We hope that you will find your stay here with us, invigorating and uplifting. Esperanza: Accent color – Green Hope – a state of mind which to us reflects a positive expectation for success, satisfaction and fulfillment. For us hope is inextricably linked to life. It is our wish for you that your visit to Belize be very satisfying and that your life be filled with success. Felicidad: Accent color – Orange Happiness – In our view this is a state of mind that we deliberately choose and reaffirm at the break of each new dawn in recognition of this enduring and wonderful gift of life. This is the most elusive discipline of all. We do hope that the hospitality, the ambience and the friendship you encounter at Villa San Juan will contribute to the happiness you experience on your visit to Belize. Our Rates Our Rates are: (single occupancy) Serenidad - US$104– per night * Esperanza - US$99– per night * Felicidad - US$99– per night * For double occupancy add - US$17– per night* * includes 9% Room tax Rates include breakfast Amenities: All rooms come with: Queen size bed Air-conditioning Ceiling fan Private bathroom with hot & cold water Cable TV Wireless internet Shared use of swimming pool About Belize Formally known as British Honduras, Belize is bordered at the north by Mexico and at the west and south by Guatemala. Its population of 303,000 celebrates mixed ethnicity ranging from the native Creole, Maya, Mestizo and Garifuna to the ethnic profiles of migrants from other parts of the world. The economy of Belize is undergoing a process of diversification but currently still maintains a significant reliance on agricultural activities. Belizeans live in a Parliamentary Democracy, and are able to exercise the right to universal suffrage every five years in general elections, to choose members of the House of Representatives. Why Come to Belize: •Only English speaking country in Central America •3rd largest cave system in the world •40% of its land used as protected area •3 of the 4 coral atolls in the Caribbean •Over 4,000 species of flowering plants •Over 150 species of animals •Over 500 species of birds •An estimated 1400 ancient Mayan sites •Largest jaguar reserve in the world •2nd longest barrier reef in the world Locale Our Villa’s convenient location in the Cohune Walk residential subdivision of the city of Belmopan, places us within easy reach of the commercial center of the city where you can find the principal government offices, the major commercial banks, the local post office, the magistrate’s court, the bus terminal, an open air market and a number of restaurants and food stands. The best days for shopping at the colorful open air market are Tuesdays and Fridays when fresh fruit and vegetables arrive. Belmopan came into existence in the late 1960’s when subsequent to the devastation caused by hurricane Hattie to the then capital, Belize City, the government decided to build a new capital city further inland to eliminate the higher threats posed to low lying coastal locations during the annual hurricane season. Belmopan is nestled in the foothills of the Maya mountains at an elevation of some 250 ft above sea level. The city is crisscrossed by aquifers that feed into the Belize River and at the same time provide a cooling effect on night time temperatures. In summer daytime temperatures often top 100 degrees Fahrenheit and the temperature fall at night can be as much as 30 degrees. The Philip Goldson International Airport, the principal port of entry for visitors to Belize, is about an hour’s drive from Belmopan. We do recommend hiring a rental car, preferably an SUV, for travelling to Belmopan and within its surrounding areas. There are numerous points of interest that are easily accessible from here. The following are a few. Points of Interest Guanacaste National Park - At the very entrance of the city of Belmopan – Enjoy swimming in the “hot & cold” waters at the confluence of the cool mountain stream, the Roaring Creek, and the warm Belize river all in a forest setting at the junction of the Hummingbird Highway and the Western Highway. Xunantunich - a major mayan site that provides a panoramic view of the Cayo district. This particular site is located across the River from the village of San Jose Succots, which is close to the Guatemalan Border. The majestic Ruin “El Castillo” at Xunantunich rises over 130 feet at the south end of the main complex. It bears a remarkable stucco frieze on its east side and dates back to the 700 A.D. Along the way one gets to enjoy a scenic display of our country and the Maya Civilization while passing through the many villages along the Western Highway. This journey takes us to the twin towns of Santa Elena and San Ignacio, then on to the village of San Jose Succots to cross a river via a hand cranked ferry. The Belize Zoo - A half hour drive down the Western Highway to the zoo. The zoo has many exhibits of our local animals and birds, which are all accommodated in their natural habitats and they are all native to Belize. You can find our national symbols which are: the tapir, the keel billed toucan, the Mahogany Tree and the black orchid flower. Cave Tubing - Enjoy the thrill of floating on an inner tube with a headlamp through our local cave systems whilst viewing the amazing crystalline rock formations. The caves exhibit stalactites and stalagmites, column formations, crystal formations, bats, small waterfall, small rapids and the first entrance to the underworld of the Maya. And if you still have time and energy, try a “Zip Line” aerial adventure, high above the tropical rainforest. Interesting Facts: Population Cayo District: 70157 Belmopan: 13381 Electricity Supply: 120/240 Volt 60hz Currency: Belize Dollar (Exch. To USD, 2 to 1) Driving Protocol: We drive on the right hand side of the road. Speed limit : Highway max – 55 mph
Dec 5 – 12
$115 per night
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Cabin in San Ignacio
Tree Level Cabana Cozy Jungle Retreat
Santa Cruz Cabins provides a unique rustic tropical forest feel atmosphere with modern comforts while being close to local culture and restaurants. Located conveniently to be your hub to all your adventures in the West. The spacious cabana has a private entrance, perched on a hillside in the Santa Cruz Area of Santa Elena, just an 8-minute drive to downtown San Ignacio town. With options to explore the neighborhood or relax and enjoy the view in peace surrounded by nature.
Jun 19 – 26
$70 per night
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Bed and breakfast in San Ignacio
Parrot Nest Jungle Cabin (Gold Standard)
The Nest offers a truly unique tropical experience. Close to all the adventurous tours while having a distinctive jungly feel. We're ranked as the #1 jungle lodge in Belize by the Travel Channel, and as of 1-Feb-19, we're now the #1 SI B&B on TA. The Jungle Cabin has 2 double beds, a front entry veranda, fans, 110w plugs(electricity 24/7), and a private bathroom. There is hot water, and good pressure, since we have our own well. Kids stay free with parents at the Nest.
Apr 4 – 11
$70 per night

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Bed and breakfast in San Ignacio
Downtown San Ignacio Room
Jun 19 – 26
$137 per night
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Bed and breakfast in San Ignacio
Parrot Nest Jungle Cabin (Gold Standard)
Apr 4 – 11
$70 per night
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Room in Santa Elena
Gigantic lovely room and home awaits you!
Jul 13 – 20
$34 per night
Hotel in San Ignacio
King room located downtown San Ignacio
Jun 24 – Jul 1
$48 per night

Bed and breakfast rentals with breakfast

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Room in San Ignacio
A room at Nana’s BnB.
Aug 16 – 23
$52 per night
Room in Belmopan
Welcoming 1-bedroom bed and breakfast with patio
Oct 21 – 28
$27 per night
Room in San Ignacio
A room at Nana’s
May 18 – 25
$52 per night
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Cabin in San Ignacio
Tree Level Cabana Cozy Jungle Retreat
Jun 19 – 26
$70 per night
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Bed and breakfast in San Ignacio
Parrot Nest Jungle Cabin (Gold Standard)
Apr 4 – 11
$70 per night
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Room in Belmopan
Embassy Suite 1 Bedroom Bed&Breakfast
Feb 11 – 18
$142 per night
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Room in Santa Elena
Gigantic lovely room and home awaits you!
Jul 13 – 20
$34 per night
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Room in Belmopan
Villa San Juan
Dec 5 – 12
$115 per night

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