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My Fiance', my Mom and I stayed at the Bakadeer Inn in mid-November of 2015 and were happy with our experience. The staff and management were friendly and helpful, and the location was pretty convenient for walking to many/most places we wanted to go. My...More
The place is a basic hotel which is probably nicer than average in Belize City, a town with limited options in accommodations. I booked the hotel on Hotwire, selecting it because it advertised an airport shuttle (cab fare to the Belize City airport is $25...More
Place is really inexpensive so the room/amenities are in line with what should be expected. The front desk lady, and others we met, ALL NICE and lovely. Gave us good tips and tricks for our travels. solid.
We stayed recently for just one night while in transit. Both me and my friend were suffering from a stomach bug. The lady in Bakadeer made us tea and toast and was really helpful with onward plans. She knew all the bus details and gave...More
The hotel is cheap and clean, fullfilling basic need but it's okay for the price. The A/C and fan work very well, that's the most important. The neighborhood is not great, but the nearby restaurant riverside tavern is quite good.
$58 - $65 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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If we rent a car, do you have parking or is on street parking only?
February 16, 2016|
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Response from Esther K | Reviewed this property |
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.