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Lina Point Belize Overwater Resort

57 Lina Point Dr, San Pedro, Ambergris Caye Belize
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#9 of 48 Specialty lodging in San Pedro
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Welcome to your very own private cabana built over the water with an aquarium underneath your bedroom and living room. Located on world famous Ambergris Caye in the town of San Pedro resides the first overwater resort on the island. Each of the cabanas are built overwater and connected to the main island by the main 500' solid concrete pier.
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Outdoor pool
Breakfast available
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Renee wrote a review Mar 2020
Laurel, Maryland11 contributions
Cool hotel, we had the room with the glass bottom. It was situated on a lagoon with all sorts of birds and right on the water. We had a wonderful view. It was very tranquil and serene on the balcony. The room was small but clean. They did give us free water daily and beach towels. They lost power a couple of times while we were there. It was about 40 minutes from Secret beach. The staff was not very responsive, it took days for them to return my email. The staff was not very helpful. The food at the restauant was not good. We never saw any fish from our glass bottom floor. I would stay there again because the hotel was one of a kind and had a great view.
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Date of stay: February 2020
Paige M wrote a review Mar 2020
5 contributions1 helpful vote
Photos don’t match the place. Staff are rude (yelled at us through our door at 11pm). No night staff available to help, unless called in by security guard. Dirty rooms. They lied to our faces saying our claims of dirty room are impossible due to “never having a bad review in over 3 years”. Check google guys. “Restaurant” is dingy and dirty room above the main office. Water is shallow, dirty and had no fish around during our stay- although we did have a man cleaning the water about a foot behind our villa patio for about two hours (the water smelt like a swamp). It’s out of the way of the town as well. Tips for other travellers: Make sure you don’t waste your money here.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Jaredm75 wrote a review Mar 2020
Laurel, Maryland14 contributions14 helpful votes
First, I can confirm a number of things that previous reviewers wrote - 1. There is not much, if any, marine life in the lagoon over which the hotel is built. I spent hours looking through that silly window in the floor looking for fish in 2-3 inches of water but it was not happening 2. There seems to be a different experience (and treatment from hotel staff) staying in the cabanas as opposed to the main building. Second, the location is nice. It is a different experience and vibe than San Pedro and it is an opportunity to stay at an overwater hotel at an affordable price. Third, and most significant, the service ranges from indifferent to just plain bad. We had emailed the hotel several times before arriving and, in some cases, had to wait weeks for terse one word answers. The first thing that you see when you arrive is not a sign welcoming you, but a sign telling you in big letters what you will be charged extra for (lost key fees, etc). Nobody really says "good morning" "how is your stay" etc. When you ask for something, the answer is never "yes, no problem." Not exactly what you expect from a resort. The main building has paper thin walls and the front desk is right outside your room so no privacy. One afternoon, I was trying to take a nap and could not because hotel staff was having a very loud conversation in the lobby which I could hear distinctly in my room. I came out and asked them to please keep it down and did not even get a "I'm sorry" - just got a sullen "o.k." There were multiple power outages during our three night stay and they do not have a backup generator. The restaurant.....don't even bother. The cook could not be disturbed from watching his tv show to make our lunch and when he finally did us a favor after 20 minutes and put it on the stove, it was the soggiest and worst fish and chips I have ever eaten. The milk was cloudy and bad and when we pointed out that it was bad, all the chef could do was express incredulity that we put tea in milk as opposed to actually throwing the milk out. In short, this place is definitely something different which I really wanted to experience, but it did not live up to my expectations and the staff was just unpleasant.
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Date of stay: March 2020
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Scotchpipe wrote a review Feb 2020
Vancouver, Canada64 contributions8 helpful votes
This is the classical tale of two cities. We stayed in the main complex for two nights and were extremely disappointed. The room was small and while to had a king bed, it had nothing else. No table or chair in the room; if it did not have a small balcony, it would have been totally unacceptable. However, upon bringing our concerns to the gm she agreed to move us to one of the cabanas for a reasonable upbraid price. When we arrived at the cabana, wee could not believe the difference. THE CABANAS are fantastic! As [poor as the main complex rooms are, the cabanas are superb. Roomy bedroom with broad closet and drawers, a very comfortable bathroom, a living area and a full kitchen, It was just GREAT!. A single in the main structure would probably work. A couple needs the space of a cabana. Viz. staff; Clive the bartender was superb. Try one of his "Dirty bananas". Hector and Lucky the chefs were also a prize. The food was excellent. Likewise Dave at the front desk was very friendly and helpful. Bottom line: great place to stay IF you are in a cabana!!
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Date of stay: February 2020
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941debwagner wrote a review Feb 2020
Bradenton, Florida412 contributions37 helpful votes
Highly recommend the bungalow suites! So peaceful! The staff is very accommodating also. Very nice people. Rooms are clean. Beds are similar to temperpedic foam beds. We arrived and were very sick from flu, they got us in our room early and I spent about 15 hours in that bed so trust me its comfortable! Definitely recommend getting a golf cart because you are very far from main road and restaurants. I had a lot of fun looking through glass floors and swing on the lanai. This is a clothing optional resort in part of the main pool area.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Lina Point Belize Overwater Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Lina Point Belize Overwater Resort?
Nearby attractions include Wayos Beach Bar (0.5 miles), The Gallery of San Pedro (0.5 miles), and Coco Loco's Beach Bar (0.6 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Lina Point Belize Overwater Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Lina Point Belize Overwater Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Lina Point Belize Overwater Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Lina Point Belize Overwater Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Sandy Toes Beach Bar & Grill, The Dive Bar, and My Secret Deli.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Lina Point Belize Overwater Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Lina Point Belize Overwater Resort have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Lina Point Belize Overwater Resort offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are pets allowed at Lina Point Belize Overwater Resort?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Lina Point Belize Overwater Resort?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.