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Staff is friendly, helpful and accommodating. Pools are nice and clean, food is very good.
The room was clean, missing a few things, room safe, hangers, clothes dresser.
Would surely go again.
Was an issue with cable TV and reception along with internet due to...More
We took some time off from our resort in Hopkins and stayed here. The views overlooking the towns are stunning and we were very impressed with their wonderful staff. The restaurant is open and and overlooks their pools and down the mountain. The food was...More
4 Thank IndyExpat2014
Response from Cahal P, Public Relations Manager at Cahal Pech Village ResortResponded 16 November 2017
Thank you for taking the time to review our property, we are glad to hear that your stay with us was a memorable one. We look forward to welcoming you back soon!
My family and I spent three nights here. The room was in need of updating. No air condition in the sitting area so unable to enjoy TV in the evenings after returning from the day's activities. Box springs in the bedrooms were stained. No blankets...More
First and foremost, let’s talk about those hills!! This resort is outside of town located on a very steep hill (even for a car) not to mention there is another steep hill to get down to the center of town. The reviews do not mention...More
- stellar view
- decent food
- ants everywhere in our bedroom and bathrooon
- AC is very weak- ask for a fan and they'll hand you a big oscillating one to carry back, which helped
- Wifi is a joke
there a so many things to do in the area... there are the ruins of Cahal Pech (walking distance), Caracol, Xunantunich, and Tikal in Guatemala. There is also the ATM cave, which is well worth the trip. Add to that river... More
there a so many things to do in the area... there are the ruins of Cahal Pech (walking distance), Caracol, Xunantunich, and Tikal in Guatemala. There is also the ATM cave, which is well worth the trip. Add to that river tubing, cave tubing, the Belize zoo, horse back riding, botanic gardens and a butterfly farm, all very close to Cahal Pech resort. A week will not be long enough to do everything there is to do close by.
And in two different stays, I never had problems with mosquito in the rooms. Ants sometimes make an appearance (welcome to the tropics) so don't leave open food around, and geckos are frequent visitors, but no mosquito.