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We stayed at the Bakadeer Inn for 2 nights. The rates were fairly good for 3 twin beds. We got a simple room with WiFi, Cable TV, and warm/hot water. The towels were fairly good but no wash clothes offered. There are no safety deposit...More
We chose this inn because of its location and value. In general, it is conveniently located, but watch out for the holes in the sidewalks in this part of town. Restaurants (i.e., Riverside Tavern) and ferries are close so you will not have to walk...More
It was all what I needed for two days stay in the city. Very clean room with necessary basic furnishing, fast wifi, clean and fresh smelling bed sheets. The upstair room was quiet the Wednesday night, but on Thursday there was a quite noisy music...More
all the tripadvisor reviews i read were pretty accurate so i'm very happy with my stay.. i just needed a clean, quiet stopover spot on my way to caye caulker.. the staff is super friendly and helpful.. the highest rated riverside tavern is right around...More
This hotel is a nice little place, not far from the bus station, the ferry or restaurants. We stayed there for one night. The rooms are very clean. But you have to like green :-D Penny is very nice, friendly, funny and helpful. Just another...More
$58 - $65 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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i believe there's only street parking because the place is extremely tiny and on a street that in any city would be considered a slum. And the rooms are so deodorized, they're uninhabitable unless your sense of smell is e... More
i believe there's only street parking because the place is extremely tiny and on a street that in any city would be considered a slum. And the rooms are so deodorized, they're uninhabitable unless your sense of smell is e trembly impaired.