No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of D'Nest Inn
TripAdvisor Reviews D'Nest Inn Belize City
Travel Blogs from Belize City
... small spaces.
FRIDAY 6th Feb
Found the hotel restaurant and bar, and had breakfast overlooking the jetty and fishing boats. Decided to look for the museum, apparently 10 mins away, but realising that they walk much slower here after I nearly found myself back at the airport. Gave up looking for the museum, and found 'Oxford Street' Belize style. More like a run down shopping street in Deptford, but the people ...
... our two new buddies Ryan and Mitch tried different restaurants with wish willies winning. On Wednesday we decided that couldn't go to Belize without doing at least a snorkel trip. We had a massive day of fun which included of an hour sailing out, 3 different reef snorkel spots, a delicious plate of seafood with tropical rum punch and ceviches for the sail back home. A 6 hour boat ride with no sunscreen was my biggest error as before we even returned ...
... guy had my passport, and after fetching it and talking to the first guy in Creol, he turned to me.
He asked me how long I was planning to stay, and I answered truthfully that I was currently planning on only two days. Then he told me straight in my face that this was not allowed and I had to pay a fine if I were to do that :O Obviously I refused to pay a fine, and after a rather lengthy discussion we got to a point where he told me what the problem is. Turns out that ...
... the next day. Lots of sitting around doing very little. There were lots of big puddles around town, some of which we had to wade through to get anywhere, including out of the hostel. But you get that in the rainy season.
On Saturday morning I got a bus to Punta Gorda, a town about 3 hours south (Sabrina headed north). Having dumped my stuff in my room (4) I went walkabout in the town. ...
... splendida giornata con un ultimo brindisi al Lazy Lizard, il piccolo baretto che si trova davanti al canale formato qualche decina di anni fa dall’uragano Hattie che spezzò in due l’isola. Finito il rum punch siamo tornati lentamente, per non infrangere le leggi di Caye Caulker, nella nostra pensione. Domani lasciamo l’isola e lasciamo il Belize per dirigerci in Messico verso il nostro capolinea. Ormai siamo agli sgoccioli, ma questo posto ...