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Reviewed 27 March 2018 via mobile

My husband and I spent an idyllic week, viewing psychedelic feathered birds, listening to howler monkeys, gentle hiking with knowledgeable naturalists, sleeping in a beautifully appointed cabin, and three sumptuous meals a day.

Stayed: February 2018, travelled with family
1  Thank Dedee S
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Reviewed 27 March 2018

I can't say enough about this resort. The service is fabulous. The accommodations are wonderful. But the real experience is being immersed in nature - from sights to sounds! Belize respects nature - and it shows. I would never miss an opportunity to come here again!

Room Tip: Two cabins had views of the cliffs above the river and more howler monkey noises. One had a view of the waterfall. Win win.
  • Stayed: March 2018, travelled with family
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Thank RachBolg
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Reviewed 20 March 2018

Our family just stayed at Black Rock Lodge and I have to say it was one of the best hotels or lodges we have every stayed at.

The property was just far enough away from the main roads to feel secluded without being too remote, and the facilities were a great blend of modern without being too fussy for the environment.

The staff are all really friendly, helpful and knowledgeable, and they devote a lot of attention to making sure that you enjoy what you are doing in terms of trips and activities. A small example of this is that after a day long trip to one of the “must see” locations (the ATM cave), one of the managers actually came to suggest that we change our next day’s plans to something less strenuous so that we didn’t overdo it. The remarkable part of that is that the new plans cost less - so simply making money cannot have been the point of any of that.

In a similar vein, the food and drinks are all really quite reasonably priced for what you would otherwise think was a captive market ready to exploit. And they are also really good, so you should look forward to some really good food in the mornings and evenings.

We like to try different things generally, but we are already thinking about trying to come back here - it is that good.

Room Tip: The riverfront suite was what we had and was really well done.
Stayed: March 2018, travelled with family
1  Thank BBfromCanada
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Reviewed 19 March 2018

Ecolodging. Horseback riding, canoe/rafting, hiking and so much more. Adventure tours pick up and on site activities. Super friendly staff. Great fresh air and beautiful scenic views. Only stayed two nights, wish it could’ve been longer! Pricey rates but worth a visit. Just make sure you know what’s included in your package and what’s not. Took a public bus from the coast inland to San Ignacio which was safe and I sat next to a very friendly native girl which made for a lovely all around experience.

Stayed: April 2017
Thank Dayna K
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Reviewed 15 March 2018 via mobile

We spent a week at this lovely lodge that is off the grid but no need to worry as it has everything for a great stay.
Our first night was in room 14 that we really liked as it was located near the dining room but quite. At night you can hear all the sounds of the jungle but was very conducive to sleep.
The remaining days were spent in the river front suite # 19 that was very big and had a large deck. One concern was that there was a lot of stairs at cabin 19 however we did not have any concerns.
The meals at dinner were spent with other guests at large tables . The tables were set up with your room number and each night with different guests .We were first not sure if we liked this but as it turned out this was of the great experiences of the lodge.
The meals we thought were very good with wine and moderately priced . The drinks were good.
There is so much to do on and off the grounds.
We chose a day trip to Tikal a UNESCO world heritage site in Guatemala. We also chose the ATM caves and very much recommended. The off site tours were organized at the lodge and were excellent.
All the staff were excellent and cared for us very well . They have guides who are very knowledgeable about the flora and fauna.
We took a guided canoe ride with down the river to see wild life and have lunch at another lodge before being driven back.

Stayed: February 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank suntripers
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