Belize City Hotels



Chateau Caribbean

At a Glance


  • Waterfront location
  • colonial atmosphere in public areas


  • Shabby, worn rooms
  • you may see some bugs

Chateau Caribbean Review

The breezy Fort George seaside location of this hotel is its strongest point, and some would say its only strong point. Behind the charming colonial-style exterior—it was formerly a hospital—some of the rooms and public areas badly need upgrading and refurbishing. With a complete make-over, this well-located hotel could be a prime property in Belize City. For the time being, however, there's a lot that needs improving. Some scenes in the 1980 movie The Dogs of War were filmed here, and not too much has changed in the intervening years. Don't expect everything to work perfectly—your room's louvered windows might not close, defeating the air-conditioning, and you may share your room with a few six-legged friends. However, the second-floor restaurant has sea views, and a menu with an unusual combination of Chinese and Caribbean dishes: you can have grilled snapper with rice and beans while your dining companion tries the sweet-and-sour pork. Menu prices are reasonable.

    Hotel Details

  • 20 rooms.
  • Rate includes some meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 08-27-2013

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