The Red Hut Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Red Hut Inn Belize City
Good, safe accommodation with very helpful owners. Airport pickup saves you $5 over mandated taxi fares straight away. Nice rental cars available and Louis and Julia, the owners, can arrange tours. Neighbors of the owners are also tour guides so beers on the veranda are good for gathering information. Louis makes a nice barbeque on the patio so if you don't feel like self catering (you can, there's a kitchen) you can relax with a beer while he grills you a lobster.l It's an "Inn", not a hotel so if you're expecting crisp white linens and "fabrezed out" rooms, reprogram your thinking to a something more in tune to a visit with an old friend with a couple guest rooms. The rooms are clean and the owners burn mosquito incense in the outdoor hallway in the evening so while you are in the tropics bug nuisance is at a minimum. There are more channels available on the television than I had at home so after all day flights, dinner and beers, it was a nice distraction to wind down with a familiar movie. In all, I would definitely stay there again.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Red Hut Inn Belize City
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