Reviews

Our Guests Say it Best

Proud to Announce

St. George’s Caye Resort has received the highest honor and is now featured as a 2018 TripAdvisor Hall of Fame award winner!

Want to be whisked away to clear waters, unparalleled relaxation and soft sea breezes? When looking to reserve your next destination vacation, our loyal guests describe our “rustic elegance” perfectly. Scroll for some of our rave reviews. Find more at our Trip Advisor site.

Guests love St. George’s Caye Resort! From authentic and freshly prepared meals to cocktails with hand squeezed island juices, guests are in awe with our connection to providing locally sourced ingredients. Some highlight experiences include learning to scuba dive or snorkel the Belize Barrier Reef, hobie cat sailing and excursions into the history of Belize. This is a destination like no other. Just some of these details are why our team has won the Certificate of Excellence 8 years in a row! And, just this year, we were inducted into the “TripAdvisor Hall of Fame!”
“ The diving was good, the reef is very alive. My favorite non-dive experience was the hammock at the end of the pier. Oh what a comfortable hammock with an ocean view and a frequent pelican to hang out with.”
Luxuriously chill… June 14, 2018
“ We had an amazing honeymoon at St. George's Caye! The staff and atmosphere are amazing and provide a very intimate setting in an often over-touristed environment. The diving is amazing, as well as the dive staff. Very well done!”
Epic time... May 7, 2018
“ St. George's Caye is truly one-of-a-kind and absolutely serene! We loved that we could have gone a whole day on the island without seeing anyone if we didn't want to, but could be surrounded by new friends just as easily. Sitting on the front porch of our ocean front cabana drinking our delivered coffee and watching the sunrise was always a perfect start to the day!”
Secluded paradise... March 12, 2018
“We fell asleep to the sounds of the water below our cabin washing up on the beach beside us and the calm breeze blowing through the thatching on the roof of our hut, and every now and then a song of a local gull.”
This was OUR island… February 6, 2018