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Royal Caribbean Resort

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Far away from the madding crowds of town, is this gem. This made our vacation. We spent hours at the beautiful pool and made wonderful memories here. Pros: - private- there was only 5 huts occupied when we went. - beautiful little houses - excellent service. Always someone around to help us - massive pool - no crowds - ocean front - golf cart rental available Cons: ( not for us, just in general) - solid hour walk from town - not lots close by to eat at - the bathroom in the little huts do not have ceilings, so basically a wall separates you from your roomates - non-swimmable beach. This is the case all over the eastern side of San Pedro though. There’s a lot of sea grass (albeit seasonal) but even then the beach itself is a bit rocky and not soft sand. - one restaurant on the property- so this is not like an all inclusive if anyone is expecting that. We only had breakfast there. My advice: stay here, rent a golf cart for the entirety of your stay and just zip around the island. Or call a super cheap cab to take you into town. We did this and it worked out well. Just required some planning around meal times. There are a couple restaurants near by that are about a 15 minute walk, but I’d much rather go into town and have street food! Thankyou to the staff for everything, and for making this place seem like home. Can’t wait to go back someday.

Nice cabins with microwave and fridge. Although it is hard to find food to cook on the island. Maybe I’m just picky but I found grocery stores very disappointing. Bed was comfortable. Wifi worked ok not great. We enjoyed the resort because it was quiet. Away from the hustle and bustle of the main part of island

The Royal Caribbean Resort was decent. There are improvements that need to be made which I will go into shortly, but, overall, the staff (specifically, the maids, bartender, and the tour guide for Tuff E Nuff) were very friendly and respectful. The other staff were nice as well, however I am pretty sure we were being lied to with regards to the specific questions that we were asking. The one con that the resort did not provide was a beach. During this time of the year, there was a lot of sea grass that makes it way toward the beach making it impossible to swim on the beach without getting covered in sea grass (which also smells like rotten eggs when it decomposes). While we were staying at the Resort, the Resort was in the process of building a retaining wall to prevent the water from coming up onshore. So, there is no beach access, at least, during this time of the year. There is a dock that you can walk up on but it is covered in the poop from the seagulls. There is a beach that, from what I hear, does not have the sea grass. It is called Secret Beach and is about 10 miles north of San Pedro. I have heard that it is a trek to get there, however. I also heard that it is not actually worth going as it is just a regular beach with no activities. The cabana’s, themselves, were very nice. I liked how the cabana’s came with a microwave and a mini fridge. The cabana’s also came with a water boiler and a toaster. The beds were comfortable and the cabana’s had a small living room area with a TV. The bathrooms were decent as well but the water pressure was terrible. When asked about it, we were originally told that it was because the water tower was under maintenance. However, we later learned that the water actually comes from a well. We didn’t like how we were not told the truth, regardless of the water pressure. The bathroom did come with, I believe, two bars of soap. There was no shampoo, conditioner, or shower caps available. The reception area does provide a hair dryer is asked and beach towels (which were free). Apparently, you can also ask for a hot plate with a pan, but that is not known and thus if you do not know, how can you ask for it? Also, there is no phone in the room and so if you have to make a call or if there is an emergency, you have to go to the receptionist office which is at the entrance to the resort. Moreover, if there is an emergency after hours, since the receptionist office closes at 7pm, you have to go to the cabin where the staff stay which is across from the receptionist office. There is free Wi-Fi at the resort. Please note that it is not as strong as what we have here in the US. Different areas of the resort has different Wi-Fi passwords offering different strengths for signal which are area specific. We also lost power one night; I cannot remember which day. Nonetheless, when there is no power, there is also no water due to the system being run via water well. The water pressure, at night, is also very low to non-existent and so if you are looking to wash your hands or take a shower, after midnight, but before around 4am, you will have no such luck. Another item to mention is that it appears that the resort will charge a penalty if the key that controls the lock for the A/C is taken off the key ring that is attached to the key for the room. It seems that by doing this, it makes sure that the A/C is not left on when no one is in the room. Thus, as it seems, among other similar rules, the resort is trying to be environmentally conscious. The Resort grounds were maintained. However, there was an area behind the pool that looked like a construction site. The pool was nice, but it was hard to tell how the pool was cleaned. There were birds drinking from the pool and so it could not have been chlorine water or salt water. So, it was either water from the well or rain water. My dad said that he saw one of the maintenance staff add salt to the water so when you walk into the pool, you can feel the grittiness on the bottom of your feet. Also, due to the fact that the water is turned off between the hours of midnight and 4am, people who want to clean up after being in town all night, reportedly use the pool to do so. Moreover, you will only see tourists using the pool. Through talking with people, we had heard that the locals know to not use the pool (Sunday in family day and so family members of the staff members are able to use the pool if they want to on Sunday). The resort is able to provide youth with bike and golf kart rentals. The bikes rent for $9US per day while the golf karts rent for about $50US per day. Given the distance from the resort to the center of town, and the size of the town, it may not make sense to rent the bike for the entire day, but that is a personal choice. Being able to rent the bike, for an hourly rate, may be better. In fact, having the resort include bike rental in its prices would be even better given that the resort does not offer complimentary food such as breakfast. Also, the food available at the bar is really expensive. Renting a golf kart for the day seems reasonable as most people relay on golf karts to get around the island, if they are not biking or walking. The streets are cobblestone streets and can be narrow. My mother and I also shopped around for pricing regarding the rental of a golf kart and found the cheapest to be around $45US per day. It is very important to remember that negotiating is possible on the island for the majority of items being rented or sold. Other than that, the resort did compliment us on the two bikes that my mother and I rented for one day. I am not sure why they did complement us for the use of the bikes, since we did not complain about much. Nonetheless, it was nice that they did. Also, from what I read on TripAdvisor, the hotel offers a 10% discount for repeat guests. Would my family and I stay here again? Sure, since it was decent, but there may be other, more cost effective hotels in the surrounding area.

I loved staying here. The staff are so gracious and hospitable. Jorge at the front desk is so happy to help with any questions and helping to make your stay the best ever. The rooms are spotless. Marci, one of the housekeepers, has a heart of gold,and let me know from day one that she was willing to help in any way possible. And the bartenders! Max and Nayir schooled me in dominoes - my first times playing - many laughs and good times with these guys! Brandon, from Tuff E Nuff tours is on site, and me me find snorkeling tours with great guides that gave me superb adventures! I have so many wonderful memories to take back 💕 Another plus, free internet!

Perfect place for me to stay. The little cabanas were very clean and had all the basics. I liked the fact that there were 40 cabanas and only about one forth of them were occupied. I sometimes felt I was there alone. The bar/ restaurant were excellent, bar tender offered good company, good drinks and food. There was a dock on sight I swam in the ocean daily, there were steps to ensure an easy entry. The hotel grounds were very well kept and beautiful. Easy to get to town and away from the buzz of golf carts in town. Do not stay in town if you want quiet! It is very noisy, i really appreciate the peace and quiet this resort offered. There are a few restaurants in the area (walking distance) that were excellent. My only complaint is I could not snorkel in the immediate area. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay!

This was a beautiful little chalet with a living room and TV, kitchen had a sink and a microwave and even had porceline dishes, a kettle and silverware. Separate bedroom with night stand and armoir. Patio furniture too. Only a few negatives: water pressure was non existant. Water trickled out of the shower head. Also you're to pay an extra 10$ if you want a/c. And the smell outside is horrendous, like dead fish and sewage, possibly due to the stagnant water trapped in a concrete reservoir. The hotel would do great by removing that reservoir. Also the Wi-Fi is very poor. Otherwise this place was absolutely magical. We rented bicycles from the hotel for 18 Belizian dollars to get around the island. Enjoyed nice walks out on the pier at night and took a stroll for breakfast on the beach in the mornings. Hope to someday return here.

Like all the other reviews tell us , its a hidden gem on an amazing little Island. I cant improve on the already other compliments, they are all true . We hired bikes from the Hotel , its more fun in my opinion. On the island its possible to seek out the locally used food bars , much much cheaper than the tourists restaurants where you wont get away with spending less then 50US$ for 2 We found places to eat amazing food for under 10 US$ for 2 . Apart from the saving of $$ you get to eat like they eat and with them , dont worry about pomp and hygiene , just go for it : ) The beach had a problem with a horrible putrid sea weed smell , which stopped this place from being the 100% dream place , for some reason they have a water catchment area behind the seawall which means stagnent water is present and stinks real bad , shame because this is rather bad The hotel also needs to sort out the extra 10US$ daily charge for Aircon , that is not good The hotels menu at booking com is advertised as 16US$ for breakfast , this is wrong and the hotel should change it , it is much much cheaper and Im sure this puts people off . Ill tell booking com anyway . If i ever go back to San Pedro I will 100% stay here , so many good memories had

I stayed here in February and found it to be charming. The staff was always very friendly with us and accommodating. It is further south from downtown San Pedro which makes it a quiet peaceful spot to relax. The cabin was pretty on the outside, surrounded by flowers and trees and on the inside had a nice sitting room with a tv, microwave, toaster and mini fridge. You can rent their bikes for 9$US for24 hours so we bought groceries and ate in the cabin. The pool is large and refreshing and tuff e nuff yours has a small office next to the bar so you can ask them about tours. We used them for a Hol Chan/shark alley day tour and they were great! Across the street is a new fancy development being built with some shops you can visit if you want to spend some money. We rode our bikes in- it’s a longer walk past the front gate. We rode our bikes everywhere from here and had a great time. It’s easy once you figure out the grid of the streets. I would stay here again. The “beach” is full of sea grass so use their pier to enter the water. It has a small staircase to go in and out easily.

Husband and I stayed in this place for 7 days. We find our cottage simple and cozy. Their housekeeping staff are the best! Very friendly and courteous. Also, you can walk to town through the beach (a good 1.5 miles) if you want a good exercise, or drive a golf cart to go to town. Walking is really better! This place has a nice swimming pool, a good restaurant nearby and a nice dock. We had a great stay!

We loved having our own little building with windows to take advantage of the breeze at night if we didn’t want air conditioning as well as the privacy it provides. The pool and beach area are great for relaxing as well! With a bar feet away from the pool and beach it was very easy to spend an entire day right there at the resort. The resort provided everything we needed like a golf cart, bikes, beach towels, and last but not least a wonderful staff. The bartender, Josh, was incredibly polite and helpful. We can’t wait to book our next trip to Belize and we would certainly recommend going to see Josh and everyone else here.

1 Seagrape Street San Pedro

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Outdoor pool

Royal Caribbean Resort places you next to Belize Barrier Reef and within a mile (2 km) of Black & White Cultural Entertainment Center. This 3-star hotel has 42 rooms and welcomes guests with a restaurant, an outdoor pool, and free self parking. On the beach, the hotel is also close to Belize Chocolate Company and San Pedro Belize Express Dock.


Dining

For your convenience, a full breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7:30 AM to 11 AM. This hotel has a restaurant where you can enjoy a bite to eat.


Rooms

The 42 accommodations feature kitchenettes and space to spread out with living rooms. Guests can expect to find 20-inch TVs with cable channels. In-room massages are available, and other amenities include free weekday newspapers and ceiling fans.


Property features

At Royal Caribbean Resort, guests enjoy features like an outdoor pool, a children's pool, and free WiFi in public areas. Free parking is available if you drive. The front desk has multilingual staff that can help with concierge services and securing valuables. Other amenities at this beach hotel include free newspapers, laundry facilities, and a garden.

Room options

Deluxe Cabana, 1 bedroom/ double(Del Rio)

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Deluxe Cabana, 1 bedroom/ triple (Coconut)

Queen 1 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

85.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 309 reviews