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The Cayo District Hotels

Casa Blanca Guest House

  • 10 Burns Ave.
  • Practical Base

Pros

  • Central downtown location
  • Extremely clean, appealing rooms
  • Good value

Cons

  • Limited parking nearby

Updated 08/30/2013

Fodor's Review

Though it's in the center of San Ignacio, on bustling Burns Avenue, this small hotel is an oasis of peace and one of Belize's top budget choices. The rooms, with cool white walls, mahogany trim, and locally made wood furniture, are a step above typical budget lodging. You can prepare yourself snacks or full meals in the shared kitchen, and you're within walking distance of a dozen or more restaurants. Basic rooms with fans start at BZ$40 plus tax, but you'll probably want

to spring for the better rooms with air-conditioning (BZ$100 plus tax). Casa Blanca is often fully booked, even off-season.

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Hotel Information

Address:

10 Burns Ave., San Ignacio, Belize

Phone:

824-2080

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 9 rooms
  • No meals

Updated 08/30/2013

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Fodorite Reviews

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Jan 4, 2008

Perfect!

If you're looking for a less resort oriented experience in the Cayo, Casa Blanca is the place to stay! Clean, comfortable, and in the heart of San Ignacio, the hotel is right across the street from fantastic Hanna's restaurant, and walking distance from most other in-town eating. Watching fireworks on New Year's eve from the balcony and waving to the parade is something I won't soon forget. The staff is exceptional for their friendliness and willingness

to point you in the right direction.

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By Susanne

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Dec 19, 2004

Best in San Ignacio

Betty Guerra and her staff make it a very pleasant stay. The rooms are not fancy but very clean. There is a very nice common area and a balcony to watch the world go by. Being upstairs with a gated entrance it feels safe for the single woman traveler. The hotel is central to everything.

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