30 Best
All-Inclusive Resorts in Belize

Belize resorts offer the best of both worlds: jungle vacations and beach getaways.

Furthermore, Belize’s all-inclusive resorts take all your worries out of your hands and let you enjoy all that Belize has to offer. You’re probably looking for a place like Belize if you want something a little more exciting and adventurous from your trip.

Belize, located on the eastern coast of Central America and surrounded on one side by the Caribbean Sea, is a country rich in culture and scenery.

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Top 10 Resorts in Belize

Belize offers a wide range of island resorts that can fit anyone’s needs; however, some resorts stand out. These are our hand-picked best resorts in Belize.

Pool area - Photo credit Hamanasi Adventure and Dive Resort
Pool area | Photo credit: Hamanasi Adventure and Dive Resort

This unique chic resort is considered one of the best beach resorts in Belize, best known for its PADI scuba diving packages. See more details

* Average Rating:
5/5
* Average Price: $600/per night in high season
Pool area, The Lodge at Chaa Creek - Photo credit Expedia
Pool area, The Lodge at Chaa Creek | Photo credit: Expedia.com

Chaa Creek Resort is one of the best eco-resorts in Belize, located on the banks of the Macal River, near San Ignacio, Cayo. See more details

* Average Rating:
5/5
* Average Price: $445/per night
Aerial view of the resort - Photo credit Las Terrazas Resort & Residences
Aerial view of the resort | Photo credit: Las Terrazas Resort & Residences

Las Terrazas Resort has an ideal location in Ambergris Caye, one of the best islands in the world. IT attracts guests with its high-class amenities like a private beach and pool and access to water sports. See more details

* Average Rating:
5/5
* Average Price: $279/per night
Terrace view at Chabil Mar Resort - Photo credit Expedia
Terrace view at Chabil Mar Resort | Photo credit: Expedia.com

This oceanfront resort, a short distance away from Placencia Village, attracts guests with its private beach and luxurious amenities. See more details

* Average Rating:
5/5
* Average Price: $275/per night
Overwater Villa - Photo credit Coco Plum Island Resort
Overwater Villa | Photo credit: Coco Plum Island Resort

This adults-only resort brings privacy and romance to a new level, located on a private island off the coast of Belize. See more details

* Average Rating:
5/5
* Average Price: $250/per night
Private villa with pool - Photo credit Ka'ana Boutique Resort
Private villa with pool | Photo credit: Ka'ana Boutique Resort

As a small luxury resort in Western Belize, Ka’ana Resort specializes in personalized service and top-notch amenities. See more details

* Average Rating:
5/5
* Average Price: $261/per night
Outdoor pool at Coco Beach Resort - Photo credit Expedia
Outdoor pool at Coco Beach Resort | Photo credit: Expedia.com

Coco Beach Resort has a beachfront location on the island of Ambergris Caye, and it’s the perfect vacation spot to get away from it all. See more details

* Average Rating:
4.5/5
* Average Price: $190/per night
Aerial view - Photo credit Copal Tree Lodge
Aerial view | Photo credit: Copal Tree Lodge

Copal Tree’s luxurious eco-lodges are the perfect place to surround yourself with nature and experience Belize in luxury. See more details

* Average Rating:
5/5
* Average Price: $159/per night
Exterior view of Mahogany Bay Resort & Beach Club - Photo credit Hotels
Exterior view of Mahogany Bay Resort & Beach Club | Photo credit: Hotels.com

Mahogany Bay Resort features white sand beaches and Belize’s only private Beach Club located in San Pedro. See more details

* Average Rating:
4.5/5
* Average Price: $200/per night
Pool and beach area at night - Photo credit The Turtle Inn
Pool and beach area at night | Photo credit: The Turtle Inn

Located near the fishing village of Placencia, Turtle Inn offers a seafront escape for a relaxing holiday. See more details

* Average Rating:
4.5/5
* Average Price: $320/per night

Five-Star Luxury Resorts in Belize

Although small, you can find a wide range of Belize 5-star resorts catering to your every need. No matter if you are a large family, a couple, or just a group of friends who wants to get pampered, you’ll be guaranteed to find a luxury Belize five-star resort.

* Best for an active honeymoon
Private villa with pool - Photo credit Ka'ana Boutique Resort
Private villa with pool | Photo credit: Ka'ana Boutique Resort
Average Rating:
5/5
Average Price: $128/per night

Western Belize’s top resort, delivering a level of customized attention and facilities never seen before in the region. Guests can use Ka’ana as an ultra-luxurious and exclusive outpost because of the adjacent cultural, historical, and eco-adventure activities.

* Best for a romantic and luxurious getaway
Aerial view of the resort - Photo credit Las Terrazas Resort & Residences
Aerial view of the resort | Photo credit: Las Terrazas Resort & Residences
Average Rating:
5/5
Average Price: $279/per night

Located on 4.8 acres of private beachfront property on Ambergris Caye, Las Terrazas is Belize’s most popular island holiday resort.

* Best for a jungle adventure
Aerial view - Photo credit Copal Tree Lodge
Aerial view | Photo credit: Copal Tree Lodge
Average Rating:
5/5
Average Price: $159/per night

Copal Tree Lodge, originally Belcampo, is a haven from the outside world, nestled in the beautiful hills above the Caribbean coast of southern Belize. Agritourism-chic is defined as “agritourism with a twist.”

Beach Resorts in Belize

As an exotic travel destination, you can find some of the best beach resorts in Belize. The beaches in Belize remain one of the best-kept secrets, some of them even located on private islands.

* Best for the active traveler
Exterior view of Mahogany Bay Resort & Beach Club - Photo credit Hotels
Exterior view of Mahogany Bay Resort & Beach Club | Photo credit: Hotels.com
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $200/per night

Mahogany Bay Resort & Beach Club is an upscale resort in Belize, located on the island of Ambergris Caye. About 10 minutes from old San Pedro, the property is part of a luxury resort complex with a shopping plaza.

* Best for a beachfront holiday
Pool and beach area at night - Photo credit The Turtle Inn
Pool and beach area at night | Photo credit: The Turtle Inn
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $320/per night

The Turtle Inn is a beautiful beach getaway just steps from the Caribbean Sea. Guests at the Coppola Hideaways resort may enjoy sea breezes from their private decks, trek to secret lagoons, boat down the Monkey River, and visit local Belizean villages in an exquisite location.

* Best for forest and seaside excursions
Pool area - Photo credit Umaya Resort Belize
Pool area | Photo credit: Umaya Resort Belize
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $175/per night

This all-suite resort provides various fresh and enhanced Mayan-inspired activities, spanning the Caribbean Sea on Maya Beach and the Placencia Lagoon with the Maya Mountains in the background.

* Best for an isolated beachfront location
Exterior view - Photo credit X'Tan Ha - The Waterfront Resort
Exterior view | Photo credit: X'Tan Ha - The Waterfront Resort
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $175/per night

Western Belize’s top resort, delivering a level of customized attention and facilities never seen before in the region. Guests can use Ka’ana as an ultra-luxurious and exclusive outpost because of the adjacent cultural, historical, and eco-adventure activities.

Family Resorts in Belize

You’ll have no problem finding a Belize family resort that’s kid-friendly and provides a real Belizean vacation. From family-friendly amenities to adventures to share, Belize is a great vacation.

* Best for a relaxing beachfront vacation
Exterior view of beach area and property of Sapphire Beach Resort - Photo credit Expedia
Exterior view of beach area and property of Sapphire Beach Resort | Photo credit: Expedia.com
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $246/per night

A premium Belize beach resort nestled on Ambergris Caye’s beautiful white sand beaches. It is 10 kilometers north of the beautiful town of San Pedro.

* Best for large family gatherings
Exterior view - Photo credit Sundiver Beach Resort
Exterior view | Photo credit: Sundiver Beach Resort
Average Rating:
4/5
Average Price: $160/per night

Sundiver Beach is ideal for reunions, events, or simply relaxing on the beach with your closest friends and family members.

* Best for a relaxing family holiday
Beach area - Photo credit Ramon’s Village Resort
Beach area | Photo credit: Ramon’s Village Resort
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $160/per night

Ramon’s Village Resort, set in a tropical rainforest refuge, gives families magnificent views of the ocean and the Belize Barrier Reef.

* Best for a private wedding or family gathering
Aerial view - Photo credit Royal Palm Island Resort
Aerial view | Photo credit: Royal Palm Island Resort
Average Rating:
5/5
Average Price: $399/per night

Royal Palm Island is a private island paradise located on Little Frenchman Caye, approximately one mile from the Belize Barrier Reef.

Adults-Only Resorts in Belize

For couples looking for a romantic getaway, Belize adults-only resorts are a dream destination. Watching beautiful beach sunsets on secluded Cayes, soothing spa treatments in magnificent jungle resorts, and adventure on or beneath the sea are just a few of the things to look forward to.

* Best for a group of friends/couples
Aerial view - Photo credit The Placencia, a Muy'Ono Resort
Aerial view | Photo credit: The Placencia, a Muy'Ono Resort
Average Rating:
4/5
Average Price: $185/per night

The Placencia Resort is located on the lovely Maya Beach, just a short distance from the picturesque village of Placencia and all of Belize’s attractions.

* Best for a private island getaway
Overwater Villa - Photo credit Coco Plum Island Resort
Overwater Villa | Photo credit: Coco Plum Island Resort
Average Rating:
5/5
Average Price: $250/per night

On a private island in Belize, Coco Plum Island Resort is an adults-only all-inclusive resort. Beach mattresses, lounge chairs, and swinging hammocks abound.

* Best for a romantic getaway
Aerial view of Costa Blu Beach Resort - Photo credit Wyndham Hotels
Aerial view of Costa Blu Beach Resort | Photo credit: Wyndham Hotels
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $119/per night

The adults-only hideaway is located seven miles north of San Pedro Town and is surrounded by Belize’s natural beauty and stunning Caribbean vistas.

Eco Resorts in Belize

With elegant and rustic class, Belize eco-resorts are becoming a must when it comes to vacations. Allow yourself an immersive experience in some of Belize’s sustainable eco-lodges.

Blancaneaux Lodge

* Best for a relaxing getaway
Pool area at Blancaneaux Lodge - Photo credit Hotels
Pool area at Blancaneaux Lodge | Photo credit: Hotels.com
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $340/per night

Blancaneaux Lodge is a 20-room luxury lodge tucked away in the corner of the Maya Mountains, where waterfalls flow into blue pools above the forest canopy. Its isolated alpine environment is ideal for unwinding, rejuvenating, and enjoying life’s simple pleasures.

* Best for a jungle getaway
Pool area, The Lodge at Chaa Creek - Photo credit Expedia
Pool area at The Lodge at Chaa Creek | Photo credit: Expedia.com
Average Rating:
5/5
Average Price: $445/per night

This casually elegant eco-lodge offers a real Belizean experience of relaxing in nature while still having access to contemporary conveniences.

* Best for a sophisticated experience
Aerial view - Photo credit Alaia Belize, Autograph Collection
Aerial view | Photo credit: Alaia Belize, Autograph Collection
Average Rating:
4.7/5
Average Price: $269/per night

Alaia Belize will be the first absolute four-diamond resort on Ambergris Caye, located in the beautiful and historic town of San Pedro. The beachfront hotel is only 600 meters from the Belize Barrier Reef Reserve, and it has breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea.

* Best for naturalists
Exterior view of Chan Chich Lodge - Photo credit Expedia
Exterior view of Chan Chich Lodge | Photo credit: Expedia.com
Average Rating:
5/5
Average Price: $257/per night

The resort is located on a private nature reserve within the 130,000-acre Gallon Jug Estate in Belize’s remote northern region.

Honeymoon Resorts in Belize

Ensure a holiday of a lifetime when staying at one of Belize’s honeymoon resorts. Belize is an underappreciated honeymoon location, featuring gorgeous beaches, thick jungle, waterfalls with serene pools for isolated swimming, and lavish resorts.

* Best for candlelight romance
Pool area - Photo credit Matachica Resort & Spa
Pool area | Photo credit: Matachica Resort & Spa
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $325/per night

Matachica Resort is a unique, original, and quiet resort located immediately on the beach with views of the Caribbean Sea and the world’s second-biggest barrier reef.

* Best for an intimate beachfront holiday
Views from the room - Photo credit Belizean Dreams Resort
Views from the room | Photo credit: Belizean Dreams Resort
Average Rating:
5/5
Average Price: $340/per night

Belizean Dreams is the perfect blend of modern casual elegance and resort-style service in the middle of one of the most beautiful locations on Earth.

* Best for a relaxing honeymoon
Exterior view of Casa Azul - Photo credit Victoria House Resort & Spa
Exterior view of Casa Azul | Photo credit: Victoria House Resort & Spa
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $355/per night

Just two miles south of the charming town of San Pedro, the three-and-a-half pearl Victoria House is one of Ambergris Caye’s more romantic alternatives, with its lush coastal gardens and refined ambiance.

Fishing Resorts in Belize

The tiny country of Belize appears to have been constructed and planned with fly fishing in mind; that’s why it has so many fine Belize fishing resorts. It is home to some of the world’s best saltwater flats, making its fishing ground diverse.

* Best for first-time anglers
Exterior view of the resort - Photo credit El Pescador
Exterior view of the resort | Photo credit: El Pescador
Average Rating:
5/5
Average Price: $580/per night

El Pescador’s beachside resort and villas are set on approximately 45 acres of private land, offering fishing, diving, and eco-adventures.

* Best for authentic Belizean experience
Outdoor pool at Robert’s Grove Beach Resort - Photo credit Hotels
Outdoor pool at Robert’s Grove Beach Resort | Photo credit: Hotels.com
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $172/per night

Situated along the Caribbean coast of the Placencia Peninsula in Belize, Robert’s Grove Beach Resort is a comfortable, tastefully equipped hotel nestled within 22 acres of tropical, art-filled gardens and sandy beach.

* Best for a private island vacation
Aerial view - Photo credit Royal Belize, a Muy'Ono Resort
Aerial view | Photo credit: Royal Belize, a Muy'Ono Resort
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $7100/per night for up to 10-16 guests

Royal Belize is located nine miles off the coast of central Belize on its own 7.5-acre Caribbean island. Royal Belize is Belize’s first luxury island that rents out to only one guest party at a time.

Scuba Resorts in Belize

Belize scuba diving resorts are a natural haven for scuba enthusiasts. The reef and the country’s numerous offshore Cayes have made it one of the world’s most popular scuba diving destinations. Most of the Belize dive resorts are PADI-5 certified.

* Best for scuba diving
Pool area - Photo credit Hamanasi Adventure and Dive Resort
Pool area | Photo credit: Hamanasi Adventure and Dive Resort
Average Rating:
5/5
Average Price: $600/per night in high season

The Hamanasi adventure & dive resort is a lovely boutique resort that offers the finest of Belize: comfortable and romantic rooms, breathtaking eco-tours, a spectacular setting, and the most important diving center in southern Belize.

* Best for an intimate vacation
View of overwater bungalows - Photo credit Thatch Caye Resort
View of overwater bungalows | Photo credit: Thatch Caye Resort
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $300/per night

Thatch Caye Resort is located off the coast of Dangriga, Belize, on its island. Only 30 people may stay at this picture-perfect location at a time, ensuring a one-of-a-kind experience.

* Best for an authentic beach vacation
Aerial view - Photo credit Hopkins Bay Belize, a Muy'Ono Resort
Aerial view | Photo credit: Hopkins Bay Belize, a Muy'Ono Resort
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $159/per night

Hopkins Bay is a high-end Belize beach resort on the Caribbean Sea in Hopkins, a Garifuna town in the Stann Creek District.

Gay Friendly Resorts in Belize

Even though, for the most part, Belize is a conservative nature, you can still find gay-friendly Belize resorts. Nature is Belize’s best attribute, so you can feel free to paddle or trek across Belize’s vast expanses of wildlife-rich protected areas and visit some of the Maya world’s most intriguing sites.

* Best for a romantic getaway
Outdoor pool at Coco Beach Resort - Photo credit Expedia
Outdoor pool at Coco Beach Resort | Photo credit: Expedia.com
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $190/per night

Coco Beach Resort is a romantic, barefoot luxury and relaxation haven on the beach. Coco Beach Resort is located on Ambergris Caye, Belize’s largest island, 3.5 miles north of San Pedro Town and the island’s only airfield.

* Best for a summer getaway
Terrace view at Chabil Mar Resort - Photo credit Expedia
Terrace view at Chabil Mar Resort | Photo credit: Expedia.com
Average Rating:
5/5
Average Price: $275/per night

The Mayan name means “Beautiful Sea,” but it’s our meticulously built small property, as well as its outstanding hospitality and service, that attracts visitors.

* Best for an urban vacation spot
Outdoor pool at Belize Boutique Resort and Spa - Photo credit Hotels
Outdoor pool at Belize Boutique Resort and Spa | Photo credit: Hotels.com
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $155/per night

This boutique resort is frequently described as decadent. Staying at this Boutique Resort allows for an authentic Belize experience.

Popular Activities in Belize

Xunantunich Maya Site Ruins in Belize
Xunantunich Maya Site Ruins in Belize
  • Explore Belize Caves

Belize has numerous caves to explore. One of them is Actun Tunichil Muknal, for a more active experience. For a more relaxed option, there’s the Barton Creek Cave.

  • Scuba Diving

The world’s second-longest barrier reef, which runs parallel to the country’s entire coastline, makes Belize a world-class scuba diving destination.

  • Belize Carnival

Exotic costumes and catchy Caribbean music are on display at the Belize Carnival.

  • Cahal Pech Maya Ruins

During the Classic period, this was the royal acropolis-palace of an elite Mayan governing dynasty. In contemporary Maya, Cahal Pech means “place of ticks.”

  • Visit Ambergris Caye

Ambergris Caye’s most prominent attraction is its beautiful beaches, which attract people for snorkeling, scuba diving, deep-sea fishing, and sailing.

  • Lighthouse Reef and the Blue Hole

The Blue Hole is a perfectly round, deep-blue sinkhole surrounded by the lighter hues of the coral. It is a Belize tourism landmark.

  • Fishing in Belize

The plethora of game fish ensures superb sport fishing all year long, whether you’re spinning, fly fishing, or trolling. Because numerous rivers flow into the Caribbean Sea, you can almost always count on a daily catch.

  • Hol Chan Marine Reserve

Hol Chan Marine Reserve is Belize’s oldest marine reserve. Its name refers to a coral-filled break in Belize’s massive barrier reef, meaning “Little Channel.”

Need to Know/FAQ

Climate

Average temperatures range from 81°F along the coast to 69°F in the hills. The coldest month is January, and the warmest temperatures are experienced in May.

Timezone

Local time is GMT -6, Central Standard Time.

Language

English is Belize's official language.

Currency

Belize's currency is the Belizean dollar.

Average Flight Time

New York 6 hour 30 minutes
Boston 7 hours
Chicago 4 hours
Miami 2 hours
Los Angeles 9 hours

Fun Fact

The Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary in Belize is the world's only Jaguar reserve.

Post Covid-19 Travel Guidelines

While it is safe to travel, travel restrictions continue to remain uncertain and subject to change. That’s why make sure you check the official site and have all the information you need before coming to Belize.

Getting Around

Car, water taxis, and planes are the best means to move about Belize. The most convenient modes of mobility in Belize City are taxis and rentals. 

In Belize City and San Pedro, the major city on Ambergris Caye, taxis are cheap and easy to hail. Taxis usually cost between $6 and $14 BZD (about $3 and $7 USD). 

Water taxis and ferries go from the Marine Terminal to the outlying cayes, including the more popular resort cayes like Caye Caulker and Ambergris Caye. It takes around 80 minutes to get from Belize City to San Pedro on Ambergris Caye.

Safety

Belize is a safe country to visit. But even so, you should not let your guard down. It would be best to avoid isolated areas, leave your items unattended, and stick to tourist destinations. Adventure sports activities such as snorkeling and diving have resulted in several injuries and fatalities so that something you should be careful about.

The people are friendly and welcoming, the beaches are stunning, and the culture is diverse. Diving, snorkeling, fishing, hiking, birding, kayaking, and exploring are all popular visitor activities. Yet nothing compares to the hospitality, amenities, and luxuries of Belize’s vacation resorts. Belize resorts grant limitless possibilities, with adventures awaiting in every turn.

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