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Travel Blogs from San Pedro
Jfeezy stayed here on Jul 14, 2009 during their trip titled: CENTRAL AMERICA 2009.
... by the roadside. We reached the border soon after and promptly spent all our remaining Guatemalan pesos on snacks. Crossed the border with no issues (bar having to pay a small exit fee) and then... had to wait because the guy who approved the passenger list (on the Belize side) hadn't turned up for work... Typical! So we found some shade, sat on our suitcases, ate some Doritos and galletas and chilled for about an hour. Finally the guy turned up and we ...
... turn to land at “Muni”, and Cay Cocker twice. Those runways are around 1700 feet long. I’m starting to get used to short runways and taking off on them at max gross with a tailwind. You wouldn’t believe all the **** and weight we put in that airplane, without worrying about cg – you can’t get it out. At full power for takeoff that IO-520 gobbles 23 gph, but it really grabs that thick air and ...
... he would take us to get real bait and show us a better place to fish. We got the bait and he showed us a place where fishing is banned but there are some ridiculously big fish. He told Michael to put some bait in his hand and bend down. As soon as he got close this huge fish jumped out and practically swallowed his hand! I have a video, its funny. He took us around the corner and told us this was a better spot, wished us luck and went on his way. We could ...
... The whole island you could walk from top to bottom in about 20 minutes, or longer as you have to walk slow! There are no cars on this island...you get around the island by walking, cycling or you can rent some golf carts. There are about 2500 people living on the island. There are some backpackers but mainly it's Americans that come here on holidays. We booked in for 3 nights to stay but quickly added another 2 nights as we like the relaxed ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Victoria House San Pedro
We've just returned from our honeymoon at Victoria House and we had a fantastic time. Got to agree with the comments about the contrast of wealth on the island (and the bugs) but that's what you get on a island in Belize in the carribean.
Definitely the nicest place on the island - but I'm not sure that's saying much. Like most Carribean islands, on Ambergris Caye there is an extremely thin veneer of gloss and luxury over what is otherwise very much a third-world country. Once you step off the small, nicely manicured grounds of Victoria House, you're in a very poor place - and the contrast is stark.
We returned from our second trip to the Victoria House last week :-( I can't tell you how HARD it was to leave! Our first visit was for our New Year's Eve wedding over the holiday season of 2003-4, and this past trip was to celebrate our 1st anniversary. We received a flower adorned bottle of chilled champagne and a happy anniversary note as an anniversary gift on the 31st - a gesture that endeared us even further to the amazing staff and management that we have come to know in the time we've spent there. We are so enchanted by Victoria House and Belize that we are already planning our next return trip (July?). I know that my husband and I are not the only people who share these sentiments. Our entire families and some friends of ours have joined us for both trips!
If I had my trip to do over again to Ambergris Caye I would without a doubt stay at Victoria House again. Our Casita (number 1) was perfectly placed with a nice view of the beech and ocean. While the casita was not especially large, it was a nice size and the front patio with chair and hammock were treated as our living room. The restaurant was very good, and the bar was definitely above average. We used the resort for our activities, and I highly recommend it. We went fly-fishing for bonefish, reef fishing, and snorkeling. The pool was very laid back as well. One of my favorite things about Victoria House was that it never felt crowded. It has a large oceanfront, and you are guaranteed space if you are on their beech or pool. Quite a few of the guests were honeymooners like me who appreciated being close enough to San Predo but also did not want to be a in the heart of the action. I definitely recommend Victoria House and Belize.
Peace and quiet at the Victoria House
We just spent 6 nights at the Victoria House for my husband's 50th. Absolutely beautiful property, the best food on the island and the most friendly and helpful staff. Javier will arrange anything for you. My husband dove most days while I was a bit of a dive widow. I mostly stayed near the room and pool and read. Heaven!
A few suggestions: Request room 12, one of 2 Plantation Suites. Room 12 has a wrap around porch with chairs and chaise lounges overlooking the pool. The other suite had no outside seating. You can't swim much in the ocean off the property. Too much sea grass and there isn't much in town.
If it's peace and quiet your looking for this is the place.
Most beautiful place on the island
i just got back from ambergris caye last night and couldn't wait to write about how beautiful vicotria house was. it far exceeded my expectations. the person who wrote about the fumes must have been breathing them in too deep...i didn't have any experience like that in the 9 days we were there. and the food, was by far (with the restaurant capricorn) the best. even the bar menu had great food. the staff was very nice and the extra touches in my room (flowers and such) after a long day in the sun were really nice. we stayed in casita #10 steps from the beach. we did check out alot of other properties on the island and none even came close to victoria house. if you want menu specifics, room specifics, or hotel specifics, e mail me.
I do not know where to begin to express how truly remarkable a vacation at Victoria House is. Our romance with VH started five years ago, with our wedding. Javier and Janet created a true fairytale for us (and our 40+ guest). EVERYONE loved it, and many have returned. We have made an annual trip ever since. Olivia (now 2 1/2) has even made 3 trips down -- her first at fourth months of age. The facilities are wonderful, food incredible, and service unsurpassed. It is such a treat to be pampered by such a great staff. The hotel offers great day trips and we love the fishing with Leonardo.
Best resort in Ambergris Caye - Sept 04
I spent hours if not days reviewing internet sites before our trip to Belize. We spent 5 night in the plantation suite at the Victoria House. I would highly recommend this resort for anyone willing to spend the money for the best. It was our 10 year anniversary - and this resort was the best on the Caye. Great property, very good rooms, great food, and very friendly staff. I really have a tough time with any of negative reviews - regarding the Vic House - very tough to complain about this property! I found out while we were there, that the property was rewarded with the resort of the year in that region - well deserved. We scoped out a few other resorts while we were there to compare - no comparison!
Just book it - you will not have any regrets!
Beware of food poisoning
The food in this hotel was sub-standard and to top it off, I got food poisoning. The surrounding beach was dirty and because the dock was adjacent to the pool and beach area, gasoline fumes inundate the pool and beach area. I read reviews on this hotel and was under the impression this was the nicest place to stay in Ambergris Caye. If that is truly the case, I think someone should open a new hotel on the island. It is too bad because the diving was amazing and the country has a lot to offer to tourists.
A Week In Paradise
I spent a week at Victoria House December 02 and cannot say enough great things about this property. I spent one night in a casita, then in the plantation rooms. Both were great, I really liked the casitas, they had gret views and a nice breeze. The property is beautiful with a nice pool and a great bar right on the beach. The food was by far the best that we had anywhere on the island, when I go back I will eat all of my meals at their restaurant. I did the all day manatee excursion with Sea-Rious Adventures and had an awesome time. We got to swim with the sting rays and snorkel. The staff at Victoria house was very attentive, any request that we had was immediately taken care of. I can't wait to go back for another relaxing week, definetely the nicest property on the island.