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We only stayed here a night but it was lovely! The staff was very friendly and the facilities were just as expected. The beds are comfy and I like that there is a little curtain around each one for privacy. The rooms also have AC....More
The Sandbar was a great location, and for the price it was very nice. The rooms were recently renovated and it was very comfortable, great AC. We were central to many things and could walk. I did wish there were more pillows, we had one...More
There food and drinks were very good. They have the best pizza on the island
The wait staff is very friendly.there drinks were great .
They have a hotel also but i didnt stay there so i dont know anything about it.
Great location!! Around the corner from supermarket. The staff is extremely courteous and always working to maintain service and cleanliness. The onsite diving company was outstanding. The food, especially the pizza, is over the top good!! I will definitely come back to Belize and stay...More
Great pizza and the staff is very nice. It is right on the water and they have a nice dock to set out on. The drinks are a good price and the beer is cold. They have a lot of seating and you can play...More
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Belize City is undoubtedly a dangerous place. That being said, it's not so dangerous that you can't use it as a transit point to go on to other places in the country; I just wouldn't stay there. Not that it is the most... More
Belize City is undoubtedly a dangerous place. That being said, it's not so dangerous that you can't use it as a transit point to go on to other places in the country; I just wouldn't stay there. Not that it is the most interesting place anyway. It's a standard Central American city. Not too pretty and more than slightly troubled by crime. If you're white, you will stand out a great deal and if you're not, you could still find yourself standing out rather and potentially be seen as an easy target. On the mainland, outside of the city, it's similar to the countryside throughout the region; it's safe enough. Towns and villages are blighted by poverty and unemployment, so they're not secure in the way that a village in Newfoundland or Norway might be, but not so dangerous that you should be put off. As an experienced backpacker, I'm sure you'd be quite fine.
If you're going to the islands, where most visitors to Belize travel, you're in luck. They're very safe places, where you would be really unlikely and terribly unlucky to have any great difficulties, much less be the victim of a violent crime. Your only trouble will be putting up with all the other visitors from the Canada and the U.S.