This is an amazing Belizean hotel in the middle of beautiful downtown San Ignacio. Rosa's offers rooms with fan or AC, multiple beds, TV, private baths and hot water.Every morning guests enjoy Rosa's free coffee and famous continental breakfast.Visitors to Rosa' also get discounts to 'The ... More
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This is an amazing Belizean hotel in the middle of beautiful downtown San Ignacio. Rosa's offers rooms with fan or AC, multiple beds, TV, private baths and hot water.Every morning guests enjoy Rosa's free coffee and famous continental breakfast.Visitors to Rosa' also get discounts to 'The Gym',a well equipped facility that boasts the best view of the area you are likely to find. Downtown San Ignacio offers a variety of restaurants and bars with numerous tour companies to help travelers visit the local sites.We can often help visitors get discounted pricing on area tours. Come see us!Western Belize has an abundance of attractions and Rosa's Hotel works with thefinest local tour operators to provide you with high quality tours at the bestprices.Maya Ruins, waterfalls, canoeing, cave trips and more are availablenearby and we can help you get there.
My boyfriend and I stayed at Rosa's Hotel in Cayo (San Ignacio) for 4 nights at a cost of 55BZ (double) per night. The room was sufficient for our purposes (backpacking to the surrounding Mayan ruins), but no TV or air conditioning, those cost extra. The manager Tony is from Colorado and his wife is Belizean, both are extremely nice and informative about Cayo and what there is to do and how to do it. Breakfast is free and consists of coffee, toast, and some fruit (banana and papaya). They will do your laundry for 5BZ wash and 5BZ dry.
We loved that the hotel is right off of Burns Avenue. If you are a light sleeper or cannot get to sleep due to noise, bring some ear plugs, this hotel is right next to the only dance club. Everything in Cayo is within walking distance and a great, cheap Chinese restaurant is below the hotel with ice-cold Belikin for only 2BZ. Tony and Noelli will also cook for you at a price, but I think it is more fun to try all of the other local cheap restaurants.
Tony also took us to Barton Creek Outpost for the weekend and it was amazing! So if he offers to take you, go. Overall, Rosa's Hotel was clean, sufficient, and the owners are accommodating. I do recommend this place to other simple backpackers like ourselves who are on a budget and do not mind constant humidity and can survive with a fan. The only reason I gave the Value a 4 is because we stayed at the Venus Hotel around the corner the first night we were in Cayo and it was bigger with a TV for the same price.
We stayed at Rosa's in 2006 for 3 - 4 weeks. Love the people and the rooms were comfortable and clean. We have returned and would not want to stay anywhere else. The breakfast is a good start to the day and the balcony overlooks a busy street with a lot of people watching. We recommend this hotel to anyone we meet. I am sure we will be back again.
My sister and I stayed there during our trip to Belize in 2008. We really liked the hotel! It was perfect for budget travelers (don't expect Hilton luxuries here). The hotel was cute and comfortable. There was a free continental breakfast with fresh local fruit, which for budget travelers was quite a treat. The room was comfortable and clean, and had cable TV. The best, however, was the service. Everyone was really nice, but especially the manager, Martin. He answered all our questions and provided all the information we needed. He also learned a lot from him about the local attractions and culture. The price was for a 2-bed room was acceptable and comparable to or better than other budget travel places (especially since it did include breakfast). We did not want to leave!
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