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Agritourism-chic in Punta Gorda: a Jungle Lodge, organic farm and a 12,000-acre nature reserve. Set in the verdant hills above the Caribbean coast of southern Belize in the town of Punta Gorda. From our dock you can embark on our tranquil cruises on the jungle reaches of the Rio Grande, or our guided snorkeling and fishing adventures on the Caribbean Sea. Nim Li Punit and many other attractions are located nearby. At the heart of Copal Tree Belize is the Main Lodge with the Garden Table Restaurant, the Rum Bar, the Jungle Spa, lounge areas, a swimming pool, and observation decks that open to stunning vistas of the coast, the Maya Mountains and a seemingly endless pristine rainforest. Our 16 individual, spacious suites are well appointed with plush beds, screened fresh-air verandas, and spa-style bathrooms with floor to ceiling tropical rainforest view.
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Christa B wrote a review Dec 5
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Most incredible stay at the Copal Tree Lodge. Marc was the most incredible ambassador to get us settled on our first day. Not only does he make the most lovely fresh cocktails, he delivered a few snacks, without us asking, brought us to see monkeys in the trees, and gave us great history of the country. We will be back for sure! Grateful for Mark and his incredible team-mates, Lazarus, and the rest of the crew! Top notch. 10/10.
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Date of stay: December 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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eimileigh wrote a review Apr 2022
Sun Prairie, Wisconsin55 contributions2 helpful votes
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Amazing resort. Beautiful and magical! Stayed in a Signature canopy suite and words cannot express how incredible it was. The room was beautiful, the views were extraordinary! The food was amazing! The snorkel with the chef tour was so much fun! Just an entire day of boating, relaxing snorkeling and eating! The food was incredible! I highly recommend. One day we took a bike ride sound the farm which was a lot of fun, then took a jungle hike which led to the dock at the resort. I highly recommend this magical place in the jungle! Would definitely return!
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Date of stay: March 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Responded Apr 4, 2022
Greetings from Copal Tree Lodge, We are pleased to note that you thoroughly enjoyed your stay with us; and that the adventure was a memorable one. expectations. We know that as you settle back into your day-to-day routine, it can become a bit hectic, and as such we thank you for taking the time out to leave us a review and share with others, your experience with us. Thank you for highlighting our efforts at remaining one if Belize's top Eco Jungle Lodge. Here at Copal Tree Lodge, we aim at offering the best possible guest experience, and we are glad we were able to accomplish this. We would love to host you and your loved ones again, soon. If you need to reach us for whatever reason, whether it be to arrange a future visit or if you have a query that needs a response, please feel free to do so by calling our toll-free number; 1-877-417-9478.
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Rachel S wrote a review Nov 2022
Royal Oak, Michigan4 contributions4 helpful votes
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The best experience we could have imagined. Beautiful scenery. Farm fresh food for every meal. We were blown away by the attention and service we received from the staff. Desmond, Tim and Mark were standouts in their level of service. Highly recommend the canopy suites, the snorkel with the chef adventure, and the rum distillery tour! We are already thinking about when to plan a return trip.
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Date of stay: November 2022
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Greetings from Copal Tree Lodge, Thank you for choosing to stay with us here at Copal Tree Lodge during your recent visit to Belize. We know that as you settle back into your day-to-day routine, it can become a bit hectic, and as such we thank you for taking the time out to leave us your review. We are elated that you thoroughly enjoyed your stay with us, and that our facilities and staff did NOT disappoint. Here at Copal Tree Lodge, we aim at offering the best possible guest experience, and I feel that in this instance, we were able to accomplish this. We would love to host you and your loved ones again, soon. If you need to reach us for whatever reason, a future booking, please feel free to do so by calling our toll free number: 1-877-418-2561.
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Will T wrote a review Nov 2022
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Prime location with beautiful grounds and a great offering of activities. If you’re a fisherman considering a trip to Belize with non-fishermen, this is the lodge and location to book. My girlfriend enjoyed the spa and experiences offered on days when I fished and we both enjoyed the activities on non-fishing days. The staff treat guests like family. They are incredibly accommodating, personable and professional. Their easy going, friendly manner made our trip the most relaxing one to date. Highlight: The food and drinks. Every meal was incredible, bar none. The kitchen cooks what they grow, catch, and slaughter - it doesn’t get fresher or more local than at Copal Tree lodge! The rotating menu was diverse and never dull (snook, greens, chicken, beef, etc). Copal Tree Lodge is the best of Southern Belize. You’ll be planning your next trip back before going wheels up out of Punta Gorda!
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Date of stay: December 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Greetings from Copal Tree Lodge, Thank you for choosing to stay with us here at Copal Tree Lodge during your recent visit to Belize. We know that as you settle back into your day-to-day routine, it can become a bit hectic, and as such we thank you for taking the time out to leave us your review. We are elated that you thoroughly enjoyed your stay with us, and that our facilities and staff did NOT disappoint. Here at Copal Tree Lodge, we aim at offering the best possible guest experience, and I feel that in this instance, we were able to accomplish this. We would love to host you and your loved ones again, soon. If you need to reach us for whatever reason, a future booking, please feel free to do so by calling our toll free number: 1-877-418-2561.
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Andrew B wrote a review Oct 2022
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My wife and I had an amazing stay at Copal Tree Lodge and we plan on going back at our first opportunity. This was our first trip to Belize that was not a day stop from a cruise to one of the Cayes. The lodge is just north of Punta Gorda which is about as far south as anyone is going to go in Belize (otherwise you'll be in Guatemala.) Because of the location, things are pretty laid back with more locals than tourists. To be honest, we only drove through town to/from the airport and in retrospect we wished we had arranged to go in and explore for a bit. That being said, we had a pretty full itinerary arranged through the lodge and there isn't anything we would have wanted to give up to do that. The flight into Belize Philip S.W. Goldson International Airport was uneventful. This being our first time in by air, we arranged for a VIP reception through the resort. The airport is not large, but having local knowledge to usher us through the various lines was awesome. Once we cleared Customs, the first thing he did was to immediately get us onto an earlier Tropic Air flight which saved us 2 hours of airport wait time. I know arrival assistance won't be for everyone, but for us and being our first time in, it was absolutely worth the $75 to navigate the chaos (and it also paid off later*.) Once we got onto the Tropic Air flight (in May of 2022, Maya was not flying to Punta Gorda) it was a few ups and downs to let passengers off at some other locations until it was just my wife and I left at the last stop. We were met there by our driver Desmond from Copal who took us on the short 15 min drive to get to the lodge. He was super friendly and we had a good chat about the local area as he pointed of various things of interest. Once at the lodge, we were welcomed by the front desk staff, sat down on the veranda tree top porch, were served a delicious welcome cocktail and confirmed our itinerary and got a rundown on the resort amenities and what not. We opted for a Canopy which was amazing. There are only 4 of these, they are very private and have excellent views and their own shared private pool. Keep in mind, there are only 16 rooms and 1 villa total at the lodge. So when I say private, I mean private/quiet/secluded. To get to them, you can either take the steps up or take a short ride on the funicular that goes up to them which is pretty cool. The Canopy rooms themselves are pretty large with an entry area and armoire. Off of this is the separate bathroom with a shower that has a view over the trees as well as a bathtub out on the balcony with a private door from the bathroom that leads to it. The main room is large with high ceilings, a king bed and very large seating area. There are then two doors that lead out to different ends of the wraparound balcony. The best way I could describe the decor would be British Colonial Campaign Chic with a slight modern/Zen handmade twist. Personally for me, that gave a great vibe to the room as well as the whole lodge. In the back of my mind, it just felt like a special place because of that. That being said, there is also a rustic quality about it and that translated into doors with gaps on them. This wasn't a big deal, but it lends itself to a unique experience I am going to relay in a bit. For now, I just want to reiterate that the room exceeded our expectations. We went in May of 2022 which is at the end of the dry season. Up until our arrival, there had been very little rain for weeks. That changed on our first night as the sky opened up around midnight and we were treated to the kind of rainstorm sound that you can only get as an 8 hour YouTube "relaxing rainstorm with distant thunder" video. The Canopy suites have tin roofs which simply enhanced it. I zoned out at some point and slept like a log after that. The next morning was beautiful with the storm cleared out and the jungle looking fresh from a much needed watering. The wildlife is amazing at the lodge with parrots, toucans and countless other local and migratory birds all around. The highlight though were the Howler Monkeys. We were anxious to see them and we were not let down with multiple sightings from that first day and on every single day after. Our first day was just left open by us to relax and explore the property a bit. We had breakfast and our first taste of Belizean fry jacks which is just a simple fried bread, but oh so much more than just that as well. Dining is an outdoor affair with views over the tree tops and hummingbird feeders spaced around that bring in an army of the tiny little guys who are constantly protecting their favorites spots and have no fears of flying over your table when chasing each other. They are just another amazing part of nature that the lodge pulls in and makes a part of the overall experience. Our first day, we did a short hike by the river, soaking in the forest and eventually soaking in the rain again when it opened up for a little while. Fortunately we came prepared with some light rain gear. After that it was lunch and cocktail. We did the inclusive meal plan. In the end, we probably could have saved a little money (read tens of dollars) doing straight a la carte, but this also meant we never thought twice about anything we ordered including cocktails (as long as you order from the menu of drinks based on Copal rum and local beer and select wine. This was never a problem for us. I like Mojitos which were on menu and my wife discovered their Watermelon Smashes. When we go again, we'll most likely do inclusive again. After our hike, cocktails and some lunch, we decided to go back to the room to relax for a bit. This is where the part I mentioned above about the rainy season starting becomes interesting. I want to preface this by saying we still would not have changed anything because in the end, it was a funny story for us and just added to the experience. Water is life. There are a lot of instances in nature where water begins a cycle. In Belize and much of Central and South America, this holds true and for us it meant "Flood Flies" on our second day. In America, we would just call it a termite hatch. Anyway... I was in the hammock on our balcony slowly blinking out for a nap when I noticed the flutter. It looked as familiar as any other termite hatch I had seen. A hundred or so slowly fluttering winged bugs rising up to the sky to make a new start. They weren't bothering me and it was just more nature to watch. About 10 minutes later it was 300 but still not bothering me. Another 10 minutes and it was 500 and one or two of them had made their way to my general area. Still not a big deal, but now I was keeping my eye on them. Another 10 minutes and there is probably 1500 to 3000 of them erupting to the sky and they are now landing on me enough that I am ready to move. At this point my wife who was inside reading comes out because she's seen the oddity. She decides to go back in and I make the same call. By this point there are probably 5000 of them in the air. The sun is behind them shining into our room and it's almost like it is reflecting off of water with the shimmer. Keep in mind, these are termites. They don't bite and they aren't dangerous, it's just that there are now probably over ten thousand of them right outside our balcony door and they are starting to land EVERYWHERE. We closed the screen doors and the inner glass door, but this is where the part I mentioned earlier about the handmade rustic doors that don't quite completely seal comes into play. Maybe it's all the Zombie movies I watched over the years, but this is where my survival instinct kicked in. I didn't need it to happen to see what was going to happen. They were coming in. We had to seal the doors. But how? Toilet paper! Lots and lots of toilet paper!! Yard after soft white yard, I spooled it out, frantically pressing it into the cracks and seals of the balcony door using a laminated card of lodge info left on the desk to get it all the way in. Next it was onto the other two doors. We had a reasonable level of success, but even at that, we ended up with about 200 of them getting into the room. I know for some people, this could be a deal breaker. My wife is a legit trooper though and this didn't really impact us in the end. The staff was amazing and came up to do an after dinner clean out which got out most everything. The beds also have hanging bug nets which we originally thought were decorative, but evidently not. That took care of things enough that we could sleep that second night. As far as the flood flies, that was pretty much it. Nature is weird that way. One big show and they were done. Had we booked our stay a little earlier or later, we would have had no idea "flood flies" were even a thing. The next few days we had full itineraries. We did a private fishing charter, a bean to bar chocolate making class, a distillery tour, the snorkel with the chef tour and wrapped it all up with a leisurely canoe paddle on our last evening there. We really wanted to get in some massages, but we just ran out of time. The food is all local sourced with most of the proteins and vegetables coming directly from the farms on the property. The menus have a good range of choices with some variation day by day. The staff was all extraordinarily nice and helpful. I really can't say enough about all of them. The waitstaff, bartenders, front desk, tour guides, housekeeping, grounds-keeping and management all added to an exceptional guest experience. That being said, calling someone out specifically is not meant to diminish anybody else on the Copal team, but I need to give a shout out to George, one of their main guides. He took us fishing, captained our snorkel with the Chef tour and on our last day, guided us on a canoe paddle where he foraged some local delicacies to taste. George is extremely personable with a wealth of local knowledge and simply pushed the tours we were on over the top.
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Date of stay: May 2022
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Responded Oct 20, 2022
Greetings from Copal Tree Lodge, Thank you for choosing to stay with us here at Copal Tree Lodge during your recent visit to Belize. We know that as you settle back into your day-to-day routine, it can become a bit hectic, and as such we thank you for taking the time out to leave us your review. We are elated that you enjoyed your stay with us, and that our facilities and most especially our staff did NOT disappoint too greatly, given the insect incident. Here at Copal Tree Lodge, we aim at offering the best possible guest experience, and we appreciate your understanding so we can continue to work at accomplishing this. We would love to host you and your loved ones again, soon. If you need to reach us for whatever reason, a future booking, please feel free to do so by calling our toll free number: 1-877-418-2561.
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Tabitha M wrote a review Oct 2022
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My husband and I went to Copal Tree Lodge for our honeymoon and first international vacation, and my only regret is I fear we got so spoiled there nothing else will ever compare! Copal Tree is surrounded by pristine untouched rainforest (it is actually a reserve that the hotel manages, one of the million amazing things they do for the community) which provides the most breathtaking views I have ever seen. The list of activities provided by the lodge and their amazing guides ensures there is always something to do for everyone. Don’t miss their Snorkel with the Chef, Sunset Cruise, or Mayan Ruin excursions! These were made infinitely better by the kindest and most passionate guides! We spent the most time with Desmond and Jose. Desmond’s passion for birds, science, and the reefs was infectious and Jose’s knowledge and respect for his Mayan culture made the ruins come to life. Watch out for Tim and Ducky’s fantastic drinks, all made with Copalli Run and farm fresh ingredients-they are stronger than you’d expect! We spent the most time with these individuals but the entire staff provided the finest caliber of service and friendliness. We truly felt they were all our friends. At Copal Tree they anticipated our needs before we did every step of the way. Whether you’re out in the rainforest or relaxing in the pool nursing your hangover, it’s an experience you can’t miss. We are already planning a trip back!
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Date of stay: September 2022
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Responded Oct 11, 2022
Greetings from Copal Tree Lodge, Thank you for choosing to stay with us here at Copal Tree Lodge during your recent visit to Belize. We know that as you settle back into your day-to-day routine, it can become a bit hectic, and as such we thank you for taking the time out to leave us your review. We are elated that you thoroughly enjoyed your stay with us, and that our facilities and staff did NOT disappoint. Here at Copal Tree Lodge, we aim at offering the best possible guest experience, and I feel that in this instance, we were able to accomplish this. We would love to host you and your loved ones again, soon. If you need to reach us for whatever reason, a future booking, please feel free to do so by calling our toll free number: 1-877-418-2561.
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BELIZEANBORN wrote a review Sep 2022
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What a wonderful experience from the time we arrived we were in awe of our surroundings and to top it off we were greeted by our wonderful host welcoming us to the resort. She gave us a brief run down of what the resort has to offer, while our luggage was taken to our room . The resort itself is beautiful and the staff is wonderful and the restaurant has fantastic food. Just sit back relax and enjoy your stay. Copal willl not dissapoint.
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Date of stay: August 2022
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Responded Sep 26, 2022
Greetings from Copal Tree Lodge, Thank you for choosing to stay with us here at Copal Tree Lodge during your recent visit to Belize. We know that as you settle back into your day-to-day routine, it can become a bit hectic, and as such we thank you for taking the time out to leave us your review. We are elated that you thoroughly enjoyed your stay with us, and that our facilities and staff did NOT disappoint. Here at Copal Tree Lodge, we aim at offering the best possible guest experience, and I feel that in this instance, we were able to accomplish this. We would love to host you and your loved ones again, soon. If you need to reach us for whatever reason, a future booking, please feel free to do so by calling our toll free number: 1-877-418-2561.
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Hudson F wrote a review Sep 2022
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This place is a resort like I've never been to before when it comes to beauty. The resort is nestled in the jungle but is kept immaculately clean. You are well taken care of from the moment you get there and the staff is extremely accommodating. The food was good but the cocktails were some of the best I've ever had. The pool is incredibly refreshing and you can find enough to do in a day just on the premises and without leaving. If your a fly fisherman the guides are excellent teachers (I had alex and his son). We had a great day on the water and put me on some bonefish and ahead a couple chance at a permit. The rooms may have been the best part! More than we needed! Shower is as great as it is in the pictures. You may run out of hot water however I think there's only so much you can do when you're in the jungle.
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Date of stay: August 2022
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Responded Sep 20, 2022
Greetings from Copal Tree Lodge, Thank you for choosing to stay with us here at Copal Tree Lodge during your recent visit to Belize. We know that as you settle back into your day-to-day routine, it can become a bit hectic, and as such we thank you for taking the time out to leave us your review. We are elated that you thoroughly enjoyed your stay with us, and that our facilities and staff did NOT disappoint. Here at Copal Tree Lodge, we aim at offering the best possible guest experience, and I feel that in this instance, we were able to accomplish this. We would love to host you and your loved ones again, soon. If you need to reach us for whatever reason, a future booking, please feel free to do so by calling our toll free number: 1-877-418-2561.
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Erik H wrote a review Sep 2022
Windham, New Hampshire56 contributions12 helpful votes
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My family of 4 (17+21 yr old girls) visited in early August. The resort was well managed and the staff made it a wonderful experience. We loved everything about Copal Tree from the location and beautiful accommodations, Rum distillery, and philosophy of sustainability. The food was amazing, bar and drinks top notch, and excursions abound. But, what separates any business or resort apart are the people. Our deepest gratitude to all the staff at Copal Tree. We will definitely be back!
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Date of stay: August 2022
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Responded Sep 6, 2022
Greetings from Copal Tree Lodge, Thank you for choosing to stay with us here at Copal Tree Lodge during your recent visit to Belize. We know that as you settle back into your day-to-day routine, it can become a bit hectic, and as such we thank you for taking the time out to leave us your review. We are elated that you thoroughly enjoyed your stay with us, and that our facilities and staff did NOT disappoint. Here at Copal Tree Lodge, we aim at offering the best possible guest experience, and I feel that in this instance, we were able to accomplish this. We would love to host you and your loved ones again, soon. If you need to reach us for whatever reason, a future booking, please feel free to do so by calling our toll free number: 1-877-418-2561.
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Brian wrote a review Sep 2022
Teakettle, Belize44 contributions25 helpful votes
Staff very nice and helpful. The pool is a little small but still nice. You are almost guaranteed to see some Howler Monkeys. We saw a small family after being here only a few hours. They have some nice walking trails and river views. We wished the rooms had a larger refrigerator and microwave, they do have a small refrigerator upon request. There are no TVs in the room but for us this was not an issue. The room has a really nice enclosed deck with a hammock to enjoy the sounds of the jumgle.
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Date of stay: September 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Restaurant is nice with good food but dinner menu is limited.
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Responded Sep 6, 2022
Greetings from Copal Tree Lodge, Thank you for choosing to stay with us here at Copal Tree Lodge during your recent visit to Belize. We know that as you settle back into your day-to-day routine, it can become a bit hectic, and as such we thank you for taking the time out to leave us your review. We are elated that you thoroughly enjoyed your stay with us, and that our facilities and staff did NOT disappoint. Here at Copal Tree Lodge, we aim at offering the best possible guest experience, and I feel that in this instance, we were able to accomplish this. We would love to host you and your loved ones again, soon. If you need to reach us for whatever reason, a future booking, please feel free to do so by calling our toll free number: 1-877-418-2561.
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$282 - $511 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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belcampo hotel punta gorda
FORMERLY KNOWN AS
Belcampo Lodge
LOCATION
BelizeToledo DistrictPunta Gorda
NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about Copal Tree Lodge, A Muy'Ono Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Copal Tree Lodge, A Muy'Ono Resort?
Nearby attractions include Cotton Tree Chocolate (4.5 miles) and Iglesia San Pedro (4.6 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Copal Tree Lodge, A Muy'Ono 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 Copal Tree Lodge, A Muy'Ono Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Copal Tree Lodge, A Muy'Ono Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Copal Tree Lodge, A Muy'Ono Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Asha's Culture Kitchen, Gomier's Vegan Vegetarian And Seafood, and Joycelyn's Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Copal Tree Lodge, A Muy'Ono Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness center during their stay.
Does Copal Tree Lodge, A Muy'Ono Resort have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Copal Tree Lodge, A Muy'Ono Resort offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Copal Tree Lodge, A Muy'Ono Resort have airport transportation?
Yes, Copal Tree Lodge, A Muy'Ono Resort offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Copal Tree Lodge, A Muy'Ono Resort?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.