If you're looking for an affordable place to stay in the heart of San Pedro, look no further! Staff are super friendly and very knowledgeable. Plus, they have the best pizza on the island! You can't beat that!
Just wanted to say what a great job the staff did at this hotel. Housekeeping, front desk, everything. The owner even hooked me up with all the flight detail arrangements for my trip to Roatan HN. What a character! Best value in San Pedro for $50 US approx. A night. Rooms were not luxurious but for the price, hot Water and AC. Common, great deal
Really enjoyed my stay! Onsite pool , bar and restaurant Rooms were clean and the ladies at the front desk are super friendly! Ladies night is a blast and the shrimp tacos are yummy! I will definitely be back!
I was traveling solo and booked a bit last minute. Pedro’s still had availability. This is a basic hotel with no frills but was just what I needed as I was in San Pedro for diving mostly. Not far from the center but you might want to rent a golf cart to get around. They do have a restaurant that had good pizza and the front desk people were very helpful and friendly. They will help you book tours too.
Pedro's is all set up to be a great budget hotel. Its a short walk from downtown. The neighborhood can be noisy but that is standard for Belize and did not bother me at all. The rooms were simple but were clean and had plenty of space. There is NO lock on the doors from the inside. For that reason I only stayed one night. I did not notice until 8pm (desk was closed) of my first night that the door lock didn't latch. I found a PVC pipe that could be used to jam the door shut, which would be a great backup to a functioning door lock. I looked for staff to ask about fixing the lock or changing rooms and I was told none of the doors have locks and the PVC pipe is it. It was too late to change hotels and I had a group of men watched me go into my room, joking "i'll be your security guard". Its was unnerving. When the PVC pipe is placed, the door still opens about 1/2" and can be tiled to open about 1", wide enough to pry it open all the way with some force. I was thankful to get a refund for my second night and did not stay there. Both Megan at the front desk and Diane at the bar were amazing and very understanding. I told the owner Peter about this afterwards but he has yet to respond and I found reviews from back in 2017 detailing the same concern. Seems like he is in no rush to fix it. Unless locks are put on the doors in the inside of the rooms, I cannot recommend staying here. Especially as a solo female traveler. I hope Peter makes this necessary ASAP and then this would be an ideal budget hotel on San Pedro. I have attached photos of how much to door can be opened when "locked" with the PVC.…