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Guide to Eco Hotels in Belize ( 2024 Updated)

An eco hotel, or a green hotel, is an environmentally sustainable hotel or accommodation that has made important environmental improvements to its structure in order to minimize its impact on the natural environment and eco friendly hotels Belize are considered excellent place to hang out for a couple of nights in San Ignacio and then beyond in Belize.

Belize was also praised for its continuing commitment to protecting wildlife. … The resort offers guests the opportunity to enjoy in eco-tourism activities such as river cruises, trips to wildlife educational centers, and ancient Maya ruins located in the pristine Belizean rainforest.

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1. Turtle Inn 4* – Eco Hotels Belize

Turtle Inn
Turtle Inn

Offering an outdoor pool and a spa, Turtle Inn is located on a private beach in Placencia, Belize. Each cottage and villa has a balcony with garden, pool or sea views.

All cottages and villas at the Turtle Inn feature elegant rustic-inspired décor, a seating area, a mini-fridge and a coffee machine. The private bathrooms come with a bath, shower and hairdryer.

At Turtle Inn you will find an à la carte restaurant, a communal lounge and free Wi-Fi in public areas. The tour desk can help arrange activities on site or in the surroundings, including diving, sailing and hiking.

Set in tropical grounds on a beach along the Caribbean Sea, this luxury resort owned by filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola is 1 km from Placencia Municipal Airstrip.

Colonial-style, thatched-roof cottages have free Wi-Fi, plus patios, ceiling fans and private gardens. Some add outdoor showers and/or seafront settings. Upgraded accommodations include private pools, kitchens, butler service and/or 2 bedrooms. Cottages on a private island are also available.

Breakfast is free. There are 3 restaurants and 2 bars (some beachfront). Other amenities include 2 infinity pools, an outdoor spa and a dive school, plus wine tasting and boat rentals.

Luxury and unspoiled beauty on the Caribbean Sea. Turtle Inn is a true labor of love. Less than a year after Francis and Eleanor Coppola acquired this beachside refuge in 2001, it was swept out to sea by the forces of Hurricane Iris. Turning disaster into triumph, the Coppola’s led a two-year reclamation project, creating a magnificent resort that is consistently ranked among the best in Central and South America.
This 28-room seafront hideaway combines natural wonders with luxury style. Accommodations are in individual thatched cottages, decorated with handcrafted Balinese furnishings and naturally cooled by the ever-present sea breezes. Just steps beyond your private deck, the beach dissolves into the Caribbean Sea. In addition, the resort has two infinity swimming pools, a spa, dive shop and three restaurants.
Turtle Inn was one of the most stunning places I have ever stayed. We booked a seafront villa and were literally feet from the ocean and lulled to sleep by the waves each night. From the moment we arrived to the moment we left we truly felt like each and every staff member’s main goal was to provide us with our every wish. The service was extraordinarily warm and welcoming, always addressing us by name. The attentiveness to detail from every employee was overly impressive and evident throughout the resort.
The Balinese style villa was so beautiful, peaceful and relaxing and always attended to either by us calling on the shell phone, housekeeping, fresh flowers placed daily outside our front door or the cookie jar happily refilled each day. The 2 outdoor showers also were like being in a tropical spa!
The fresh organically grown food, seafood and amazing Coppola wines were all delicious and enjoyed at the restaurant, bar or delivered to a table on the sand or the villa.
The eco friendly Turtle Inn’s commitment is not only to the environment, they also support the Pack for a Purpose initiative and donate to local children any extra supplies guests bring. A resort that shows dedication and care not only to their guests, but to the environment and community too is a place that will always be top in my heart!
The property was beautiful, and we had a lovely cottage with an ocean view and with an indoor and outdoor shower. We had full breakfast included in our package, and it was delicious. They also give you the option of having breakfast delivered to your room and eating on your porch, which was really nice. We had dinner at the main restaurant once night and at the Guatemalan restaurant another night – both were very good although a bit overpriced. The hotel offers a free shuttle into town so we had dinner in Placencia one night, and it was nice going to a local place.
If you need to ask for a paper napkin or why the straws are not plastic or why no air conditioning in any area, you should probably read a bit before you experience the Turtle Inn… the consummate eco-resort, with impeccable service, made from scratch meals and drinks, and a pleasant relaxing stroll from Placencia Village.
The Grounds – the grounds of this resort are gorgeous, exotic, and take you to another world. Every direction you look is photo worthy. Francis Ford Coppola intended this resort as a place to get back in touch with nature with “simple luxury”- and they nailed it. The aesthetics of this resort, coupled with its eco-friendly awareness are impressive. I was never too hot in our seafront cottage despite no AC.
The ceiling fans are very effective, and because you don’t close windows, the sounds of the sea and birds are ever present. I have never slept so well. When it would rain at night, I was surprised to wake up to find that someone had quietly come around and lowered the outside rain flaps. The location of the main pool and beach bar make for a social area where the kids and adults can be entertained. You truly feel like you are somewhere exotic.
The staff at Turtle Inn couldn’t do enough for us. They were pleasant and authentic, and cared about every moment of our stay. The manager, Martin Krediet, was fabulous!! He immediately connected with us and really cared on a very personal level. Martin made sure we were aware of all the available excursions including his personal favorites, and recommended the best restaurants in town. It was obvious to us the staff at Turtle Inn modelled their manager. The amazing service clearly emanated from the top.
We were delighted by the eco-design & authentic balinese style of our cottages. We couldn’t decide between a luxurious bath or the outdoor garden shower! The pool area was perfect for decompressing, the drinks and food were the best on the island.
Eco Hotels Belize
Eco Hotels Belize

How much does a room costs at Turtle Inn?

Prices start 393$/night for Poolside Cottage with Garden View. The Villa – Beach Front
is 987$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.

Nestled in our lush gardens, a few paces from the Caribbean Sea, each Poolside Garden View Cottage has a private screened porch, spacious bathroom with a Japanese bath, and a private walled garden with outdoor shower.

Where to book online– Turtle Inn – Eco Hotels Belize you can find the best eco friendly hotels deals in Belize during International Costa Maya Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Belize on or or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


2. The Lodge at ChaaCreek 5* – Eco Friendly Hotels Belize

The Lodge at ChaaCreek
The Lodge at ChaaCreek

This family-run lodge offers a health spa, an eco-friendly swimming pool and unique accommodation with private verandas and jungle views. It is set next to the Macal River, in a private rainforest reserve.

Each palm-thatched cottage at The Lodge at ChaaCreek offers elegant décor, with handmade furniture and local artwork. All cottages have free Wi-Fi and a private bathroom.

The rainforest reserve includes a butterfly farm and a series of walking and horse riding trails. You can enjoy guided tours or canoeing trips and spot wild parrots and hummingbirds.

Set on a 33-acre organic farm surrounded by jungle, this secluded resort is a 4-minute walk from Macal River.

The elegant suites, villas and cottages feature mahogany furnishings. Most have verandas and Jacuzzis, and some suites are set in treehouses. Quarters with 4-poster beds are available.

Parking and breakfast are complimentary. Other amenities include an infinity pool and an upmarket restaurant. Horseback riding and jungle excursions are offered, and massages are available in the spa.

Our guests say they appreciate Chaa Creek’s eco-friendly blend of pristine nature and a casually luxurious built environment, and enjoy the flexibility and choice we offer in accommodations, amenities, meals, tours and expeditions. Our wide range of accommodations allow guests to select lodgings that range from the rustic charm of the Macal River Camp to the unparalleled luxury of the new Ix Chel Luxury Rainforest Villas, whose stunning views, private Jacuzzis, plunge pools and amenities such as the attention of a personal butler have set new standards for excellence in a pristine natural environment.
In addition, our infrastructure and nationwide network of colleagues enable us to offer a range of comprehensive, hassle-free tours and all-inclusive Belize vacation packages that cater to all ages, interests and levels of fitness. For example, our close relationships with premier Belizean reef and island resorts at Ambergris Caye, Placencia and other Caribbean vacation spots allow us
It is described as an eco lodge but much more luxurious than the eco lodges I have seen. If you want air conditioning, choose the modern Ix Chel villas. I was very comfortable in a Macaul River Suite. A secluded, ‘get away from it all” vacation for any age group.
The restaurant served produce from their organic farm. The pool has an eco friendly salt chlorinator. There were canoes available on the river. We took an RTV tour of the rainforest. And from Chaa Creek we made a trip to the Maya archaeological sites of Tikal. So much and not enough time.
The minute we stepped on to the property we were amazed with the peaceful, relaxing, eco-friendly grounds. Our room was a beautiful cabin surrounded by wildlife and gorgeous landscape. We were there during a warm time, so be aware there is no air conditioning. We were thankful for the fans at night and the relaxing pool during the day. Our family took the horseback tour into the jungle, rafted down the river, enjoyed the butterfly exhibit, and took in the incredible surroundings. The food was excellent and all of our meals were delicious and memorable. The staff was so nice and accommodating.
The Chaa resort was a wonderful experience. Really gives you the feeling of being in the jungle yet with a luxury and custom experience. The food and service was great, the room was very nice and the tours/guides were top notch. The resort is definitely an ecotourism trip as some things like air conditioning/wifi are available but not as readily available as more traditional resorts. That said, it was an incredible trip and my kids enjoyed themselves and still managed to access wifi etc. Really interesting and memorable experience.
Chaa Creek Eco-lodge is beautifully landscaped with well-decorated cabanas. The food was excellent and staff readily available to assist. The cabanas are not air conditioned, but do have fans. The grounds are expensive so be sure to take time to walk around. The organic farm tour was well-done.
Eco Friendly Hotels Belize
Eco Friendly Hotels Belize

How much does a room costs at The Lodge at ChaaCreek?

Prices start 494$/night for Deluxe Cottage. 

This elegant palm-thatched cottage has a private veranda with stunning rainforest views. Decorated with handmade furniture and local artwork, it features free Wi-Fi and a private bathroom.

Where to book online – The Lodge at ChaaCreek – Eco Friendly Hotels Belize  you can find the best eco friendly hotels deals in Belize during International Costa Maya Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Belize on  or or Agoda.comand see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


3. Xanadu Island Resort 3* – Eco Beach Hotels Belize

eco beach hotels belize
eco beach hotels belize

With excellent views of Belize’s Caribbean Coast, the Xanadu Island Resort is located only 1.5 km from the San Pedro town centre and offers free Wi-Fi and a private pool.

The resort’s 2- and 3-bedroom suites feature full kitchens, en suite bathrooms, air conditioning, TV’s, wardrobes and tiled floors. Each suite has a private terrace with a table, chairs and hammock and overlooks the pool and garden.

The resort offers free Wi-Fi, a private heated swimming pool, free bike and kayak rentals and a tour desk where guests can book trips to the reef to dive, fish, or to arrange trips to the mainland to enjoy jungle and/or Mayan ruins’ tours.

On a Caribbean Sea beach facing the Belize Barrier Reef, this serene, eco-chic resort amid palm trees is 2 km from John Greif II Airport.

Featuring verandas with hammocks, the airy studios provide free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus kitchens, sofas and dining tables. The 1- to 3-bedroom suites have separate living rooms; some offer loft bedrooms, whirlpool tubs and/or sea views. Kids age 12 and under (2 per room) stay at no charge with an adult.

Freebies include loaner bikes, kayaks and paddleboards. A laid-back bar has a snack menu. There’s an outdoor beachfront pool surrounded by sunloungers. Coin-operated laundry facilities are offered.

Unique, Boutique, Romantic and Eco-friendly! Kick off your shoes and stroll amongst the natural vegetation, past the water features and onto the beach. Breathe in the fresh ocean air as you wander down the long pier to relax on the sun loungers under the thatched palapa, and gaze out over the barrier reef to the deep blue waters of the Caribbean Sea. Settle in and experience the uniqueness of the monolithic dome buildings and enjoy the romantic setting of your private veranda.
When you are ready to explore, visit the friendly staff at the front desk to arrange tours or to use the complimentary bicycles, paddle boards and kayaks. Be in harmony with nature at the unique, boutique, Green Globe certified Xanadu Island Resort.
When choosing where to go for our honeymoon, we came across Xanadu and were blown away by their location and eco-friendly practices. It was important to us to stay at an eco-resort, and it exceeded every expectation. The room was outstanding with a full kitchen and living space, and the pool and view were out of this world.
 Our room, an oceanfront loft, was clean and comfortable. The decor was attractive. The bed was decent and the sheets felt fresh. There was plenty of space to hang and unpack our clothes. We enjoyed the well furnished balcony, including a table and chairs and hammock. Air conditioning worked great. Hot water was sufficient though sometimes it took a while to get hot. The TV service was impressive: many premium movie channels.
We appreciated eco-touches like the compost and recycling bins, and housekeeping really paid attention to when we hung our towels or left them on the floor (we have stayed at lots of places where towels were replaced even when we hung them as directed).
We loved the fact that it is very eco aware.The rooms were fabulous as we could purchase our own groceries if we wanted as it had a fully stocked kitchen, dining area as well as a two bedroom. The staff are why people go back again and again. They are super accommodating , informative , as well as open to any questions we asked. I was very pleased with how this little gem of a hotel was managed.
The Xanadu was amazing, I was really impressed with the effort they put into making it an eco-friendly environment. The front desk staff was great. Look for Franz and Jamil, I’m a bit of a joker but they had great senses of humor. They arranged everything from restaurant reservations to cabs to our excursions.

FREE bikes, kayaks, paddleboards, snorkeling equipment…a heated pool…nature walk and bird observatory, gorgeous views everywhere you turn. Traffic is limited to the bikes and golf carts, a few taxi vans for moving tourists and luggage around, but the island pace is slow (and bumpy:-) Rush hour at dinner time was three carts and two bikes heading into town. The fact it is an eco-resort is a bonus. Check out the back story of the owners’ journey and the building of the domes. Fascinating.

We definitely fell in love with San Pedro and Xanadu.

best eco beach hotels belize
best eco beach hotels belize

How much does a room costs at Xanadu Island Resort?

Prices start 315$/night for Two-Bedroom Suite.

This 2-bedroom suite includes 1 king-size bed and 1 queen bed, a TV, a wardrobe and tile floors. It also includes air conditioning, views of the pool and garden, a seating area, a table with chairs, a full kitchen and a terrace.

Where to book online – Xanadu Island Resort – Eco Beach Hotels Belize you can find the best eco friendly hotels deals in Belize during International Costa Maya Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Belize on or or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


4. Gaia Riverlodge 3* – Eco Hotels Belize

Gaia Riverlodge
Gaia Riverlodge

Situated in San Ignacio, 10 km from Barton Creek Cave, Gaia Riverlodge features accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a shared lounge. 15 km from Cahal Pech, the resort provides a garden and water sports facilities. The accommodation offers a 24-hour front desk, airport transfers, room service and free WiFi.

The rooms at the resort are fitted with a seating area. At Gaia Riverlodge rooms include a desk and a private bathroom.

Set next to a river and waterfalls in the Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve, this secluded woodsy-chic lodge is 22 km from Rio Frio Cave.

Rustic rooms and cabanas with wood floors and furniture offer views of the waterfalls, the gardens or the mountains. Cabanas are screened and have thatched roofs, and some are set beside the river. There’s also a riverside villa with a kitchenette, a living room and a screened porch with hammocks. There are no TVs, phones or Internet-access.

Amenities include a restaurant/bar with outdoor seating on a veranda overlooking the waterfalls. There’s also access to tranquil pools in the river for swimming.

views of our waterfalls or Mountain Range, amazingly comfortable beds, Frette and Matouk linens and towels and bathrooms with hand painted Mexican tiles. Among our amenities are our natural fresh water pools, waterfalls, authentic Belizean cuisine, nature trails, day tours to the many Maya archaeological sites and adventure trips.

Our Eco-Lodge is located in the Scenic Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve. We offer earthy yet stylish thatch roofed cabanas with excellent views of our waterfalls or Mountain Range, amazingly comfortable beds, Frette and Matouk linens and towels and bathrooms with hand painted Mexican tiles. Among our amenities are our natural freshwater pools, waterfalls, authentic Belizean cuisine, nature trails, day tours to the many Maya archaeological sites and adventure trips.

This pine ridge mountain top eco resort in Belize’ Cayo district is outstanding… from friendly, helpful staff to accomodations.

Located above the awesome 5 Sisters waterfalls, the grounds are immaculately kept. We took a tour of the organic gardens that supply the kitchen. From spinach to cucumbers to zucchini and tomatoes, rows and rows of fresh veggies.

The sustainable management plan was well thought through and chimed well with the lodge’s overall vibe. One observation, is that a lot of Belizeans are reliant on seasonal/tourist work and wouldn’t it be great for hotels like this – with solid eco credentials and working perfectly with their natural surroundings – to go that bit further and help facilitate stable incomes by encouraging or supporting more local fair trade organic suppliers, specifically with the soaps and shampoos provided to guests.

Instead of made in China/imported from Canada, it would be incredibly impressive to kickstart a local toiletries business along these lines. But that’s an aside…Gaia Riverlodge has taken the best of its breathtaking surroundings and created a perfect eco-luxe mountain hideaway.

It is a lovely boutique eco lodge set in the Mountain Pine Forest. So many “Wow” moments! The view from our two story cabana suite was amazing. The large windows have only screens so the sounds of the waterfall and breeze blowing in were fantastic. Waking up in our room each day was sheer bliss. This is truly the type of resort you see on the Travel Channel. The grounds are maintained superbly. The private beach area by the waterfall is so unique and relaxing; and because this is a smaller resort, it never felt crowded.

This eco-friendly resort is absolutely magnificent, the scenery breathtaking and the room enchanting. We received a very warm welcome and were treated very kindly during our stay. We had the opportunity to do a lot of hiking, swimming in natural pools, zip lining, and cave exploring, We witnessed incredible wildlife too. It was therefore all we could’ve hoped for, and more! We will not hesitate to return to this delightful resort and part of the world.

The rooms in Gaia are all very clean, unfortunately there is no air conditioning but they do provide you with extra fans if the night gets hot. They also don’t have TVs in the rooms but with all the fun things there is to do, we hardly noticed. There is another waterfall which you can cycle 20 minutes (although uphill) to get to. The hotel provides you with free bikes to do this.

There wasn’t any wifi in our garden villa but there was excellent working wifi in their main restaurant and reception.

Gaia also provides very reasonably priced tours, we went on a private Caracol tour with their guides Darryl and Calbert who were both such excellent and well informed guides. They also provided the most filling and delicious lunch on this tour.

Gaia also arranged for us to go on the ATM cave tour which was fantastic.

Gaia does amazing continental breakfasts with good portions, their yoghurt is particularly good. We also had our dinners at Gaia most nights and their food, especially the snapper and spicy prawns were amazing.

In summary, Belize was amazing and Gaia itself was such a memorable experience. Their staff are genuine, friendly and so helpful. I could not recommend it more.

Eco Hotels Belize
Eco Hotels Belize

How much does a room costs at Gaia Riverlodge?

Prices start 195$/night for Cottage with Garden View. The King Suite with Balcony is 303$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.

Where to book online – Gaia Riverlodge – Eco Hotels Belize you can find the best eco friendly hotels deals in Belize during International Costa Maya Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Belize on or or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


5. Sleeping Giant Rainforest Lodge 3* – Eco Hotels Belize

Sleeping Giant Rainforest Lodge
Sleeping Giant Rainforest Lodge

Amid the forests of the Blue Hole National Park, this property offers free Wi-Fi access, private parking and free bike rentals to sightsee the area. A tour desk is also available on site.

Sleeping Giant Rainforest Lodge’s accommodations are air conditioned, offer wardrobes and private bathrooms with showers. The chalet also has a dining area and a terrace.

The Creek Side Lounge serves early morning coffee services, late dining courses and all food is home-cooked. It is located in the third floor of the establishment.

This refined, rustic lodge within a mountainous rainforest along the Sibun River is 11 km from St. Herman’s Cave.

Featuring balconies or terraces, the woodsy-chic rooms offer tea and coffee makers, mini fridges and safes. Many come with mountain and/or river views. Suites adds private outdoor plunge pools. A 2-bedroom house has a kitchen and a hot tub. There are no TVs.

There’s a sophisticated restaurant and a cafe/bar, as well as a gazebo and spa treatments (fee). Activities such as kayaking, birdwatching and tours of Mayan ruins are available.

A Pristine Paradise in the Mayan Heartland. From the moment you step out of our vans or check in at the front desk, you are guided seamlessly through the full jungle lodge experience. From beautiful accommodations to meals, entertainment, cultural immersion, guided tours and more, there is no lovelier way to relax and escape from the modern world. Our award-winning resort features 31 spacious rooms, complete with handcrafted wooden furnishings, comforting earthy colors and sophisticated contemporary touches.

Decked out with espresso machines and soaking pools, air conditioning and an unplugged environment, it’s impossible to find a more refined or relaxing atmosphere. Offering amenities such as in-room massages and riverside dinners to sprawling citrus orchards and our mountain gazebo, we treat you to an immersive and soul-satisfying experience that leaves you refreshed, revitalized and ready to face your next adventure.

The food, rooms, and property were exceptional as well. There is also so much to do as well on the resort. You can hike, paddleboard, bike, and swim. The resort even grows its own food on the property, and they will even let you pick your own fruit to eat while you are there.

Besides the fantastic room we stayed in and the amazing food we ate, I would have to say that my review all comes down to the customer service provided at Sleeping Giant. Doris and Alex at the front desk were absolutely amazing and helped us with any requests that we had. Gustavo and Richard at the restaurant provided some of the best dining experiences we have ever had, and we have dined all over the world, so that’s saying something. I can’t say enough about the service at this amazing eco-resort.

– we stayed in the newly built Riverview Suites
– stunning modern design
– private patio/balcony for morning yoga, morning coffee and a private plunge pool to cool off
– in-room large water jug instead of water bottles to be eco-friendly
– large spacious bathroom with an additional private patio and outdoor shower!
– we also took a tour of the mountain view suites: these rooms are also spacious with epic views of the jungle and private plunge pool. Keep in mind there are some stairs to get to these rooms so we would recommend the Riverview suites if you are traveling with someone who might have a difficult time with stairs.

– Where do we even begin? Sleeping Giant Rainforest Lodge is set in the Belize jungle and farmland. The onsite activities are endless, but here are a few we tried:
– paddleboard or kayak along the Belmopan River
– take the mountain bikes through the nearby orchards. You will likely see horses. If you’re lucky you will see the white horse with blue eyes (or unicorn as we call it)
– You must do the gazebo hike (we did it 3 times – it doesn’t take longer than an hour). Tip: go about an hour before sunset to get incredible sunset views and bring a flashlight when you walk back at dusk.
– go for a swim in the stunning pool! Sip on a coconut or cocktail and read a book or meet new friends.
– There are ducks who live onsite and literally they would make my day when I would see them pass by in the mornings along the walking path and see them bathing in the creek.

– We never left the grounds because there was so much to do onsite.
– If we ever went back we would 100% do the ziplining tour. We met a zipline consultant staying at Sleeping Giant and he showed us the views from the zipline – they are epic.
– Sleeping Giant has tours organized every day of the week – they’re listed on a chalkboard in reception.

Onsite restaurant:
– We were very impressed with the food at Sleeping Giant Rainforest lodge. Great taste, great presentation, and great atmosphere.
– farm-to-table experience as the restaurant uses from herbs, fruit, veg, and meat from their onsite and nearby gardens/farms. They had lots of vegetarian options too which we loved.
– we loved that they served drinks with bamboo straws instead of plastic straws! Kudos for trying to be eco-friendly!

– Kudos to everyone at Sleeping Giant for the top notch service.
– A special shoutout to those working in the reception area who were so accommodating and quick to respond to our many requests.
– Kudos to the maids who always left our room sparkling clean.
– Kudos to those who make the grounds/gardens look so magical and beautiful.
– Kudos to the kitchen and drink staff for great food and great service in the restaurant and at the pool.

Sleeping Giant ( eco-friendly Jungle Lodge ) is such a blissful retreat. The well trained Staff provides very personal attention to all needs. You will feel pampered while having scenic vistas surrounded by awe-inspiring tropical gardens. The Restaurant provided us with authentic cuisine – fresh and local! I would recommend the all-inclusive package offering meals, drinks and choice of excursions. There is an array of things to see and do for families. The pool is a work of art and you can easily kayak on the River located down the pathway from the property.

Eco Hotels Belize
Eco Hotels Belize

How much does a room costs at Sleeping Giant Rainforest Lodge?

Prices start 295$/night for Creekside Cottage. The River View Room is 335$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.

This suite has a balcony, private entrance and minibar.

Where to book online – Sleeping Giant Rainforest Lodge – Eco Hotels Belize you can find the best eco friendly hotels deals in Belize during International Costa Maya Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Belize on or or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

by Sorin

Sorin is a freelance travel writer. He is an experienced travel writer and traveller. Since 2012 he explored more than 60 countries on 4 continents: Asia, Europe, Africa and North America. Currently is based in Romania after spending the last 7 years in Myanmar.