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This was our second stay at Coral Bay Villas and we cannot imagine staying anywhere else! You couldn't ask for a better staff, from Elsa in the office to Daniel keeping the grounds immaculate to Oscar maintaining the pool and hot tub and doing night...More
My husband and I stayed at Coral Bay Villas September 12-18 for our honeymoon and had the most amazing vacation ever!! From the time we booked, star employee Elsa was already emailing me with options for trips we could take and asking what she could...More
A perfect location, close to town but out of the crowds. The room was beautiful - clean, tastefully decorated and fully equipped, with an unobstructed view of the pool, white sand beach and ocean. Elsa, who we booked the room with, was wonderfully helpful and...More
We are here now & after driving the whole island & seeing all the other resorts along the beach we are very happy we stayed here. For starters, the grounds are meticulous & you could throw a rock from your balcony & hit the pool...More
My husband and I spent the first few days of our honeymoon here at Coral Bay. Carlos, Marlini, Elsa, Oscar, and the others were so kind and helpful! They made us feel so welcome and did everything to help us relax and enjoy our stay....More
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I have no idea if you could get a cook. You'd probably have to arrange it yourself. Snorkeling off the beach anywhere in Belize would not appeal to me. I never tried, but with all the sea kelp washed up all over the beach... More
I have no idea if you could get a cook. You'd probably have to arrange it yourself. Snorkeling off the beach anywhere in Belize would not appeal to me. I never tried, but with all the sea kelp washed up all over the beach everywhere, I was pretty turned off. Take a boat to the reef. If nobody has said this yet, Belize isn't exactly a beach destination unless you take a boat out to the cayes, unfortunately.
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"Second floor gets a better breeze, first floor has easier access to pool."