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Table Rock Jungle Lodge

On the Macal River in the Jungle PO Box 179, Cristo Rey, San Ignacio Belize
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Table Rock Jungle Lodge is an eco-lodge in a canopied rainforest setting unlike any other in the Cayo Distict of Belize. With only 10 cabañas on our 105-acre Macal River reserve, you can enjoy the intimate rainforest setting and the sights and sounds of the Belizean jungle. Hike, swim, canoe, birdwatch, or just indulge in serious relaxation. Close to all the major Mayan archaeological sites and natural wonders of Belize, and only 5 miles outside of San Ignacio, Table Rock is the ideal location for your next adventure holiday.
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Free internet
Infinity pool
Lazy river
Bar / lounge
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Airport transportation
Public wifi
Outdoor pool
Breakfast available
Non-smoking hotel
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Private balcony
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This was my second time to Table Rock in Cristo Rey Belize and they managed to exceed my expectations yet again! First of all, the service is what makes this place truly special. This trip we have to call out Cassie who treated us like family without being overly familiar, catered to our every need, accommodated us for lunch even though we told her we wouldn't be having lunch that date, and makes the best cocktails one could ask for! She provided extraordinary customer service and made sure our stay felt luxurious and relaxing. Carla, our front desk receptionist was also so warm, welcoming, and responsive, whatever we needed we got it quick and with a huge smile and pleasant demeanor. We loved our morning server and host Mylee (Milee? spelling?) who despite some very early mornings always had a smile on his face, a pleasant greeting, and made sure our breakfast was timely and exactly as ordered. Speaking of food: I just dont think you can do much better than Sarah's cooking at Table Rock. The menu was unique, varied, and exciting. We looked forward to every meal! The owners have really put a lot of heart and soul into this lodge and it can not be recommended enough. You get so much more than you pay for. To give you an example of the kind of people they employ, 3 1/2 years ago we enjoyed a stay mostly hosted by a guy named Marty. Marty has since moved onto another resort to accommodate family needs, however, made a long trip to Table Rock just to say hi to us! That is the true welcoming and Belizian experience Table Rock gives you. Can't wait for my next trip back to Table Rock!
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So many small and thoughtful details make up this most unique and inspiring lodge! When you arrive I highly suggest checking out the main dining area and books and pictures on the wall telling a colorful story of how this place was built and the love and compassion infused into each aspect for the property. The staff was beyond exceptional- helpful, knowledgable, friendly, and truly passionate about their beautiful home and country. My room was one of the jungle suites and our other room was a river view suite- both were amazing, private, tranquil, and special! The bathroom in the jungle suite was so spacious and beautiful. The pictures really dont do the rooms justice! Even more cozy in person. I loved the small touches such as the candle lamp outside on my porch that was lit each evening, the massage that was offered in my room by a local professional mayan masseuse practitioner, the canoes/kayaks available for use, the hammocks (love the hammock in my room and down near the river), so many hidden nooks and trails and animals and medicinal herbs, and plants, and and and... I can go on and on! This is one of the best places Ive ever stayed in Belize.... conveniently located (not too deep into the jungle) makes it a great stay!
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View of the Macal River and tunes of the howler monkeys and night creatures were so captivating. The hospitality was great and the food was even more tastier. Nature and resort symbiotically thriving. Wonderful hiking trails and exciting views of nature.
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This resort does a good job of providing a comfortable stay while being eco friendly and deep in the jungle. The infinity pool is such a nice amenity to have at the end of a hot day of sightseeing. Everything is very well thought out and we really enjoyed our stay. I wish we had had more time to explore the farm. The room was comfortable and the fans worked well, I liked the screened windows so that we really felt like we were camping in the jungle. Food was really tasty!
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We stayed in the Laughing Falcon room for three nights. From our arrival, when Cassie met us in the parking lot to welcome us, to our departure, Table Rock was more than we had expected. The staff is amazing- friendly and helpful. The grounds are lush and sprawling. The food was delicious, and the light bites were great for those days when we wanted something less than the full dinner at the end of a busy day. The pool is beautiful and totally relaxing. And our room was gorgeous. It is hot in the jungle, so you wouldn't want to hang out there during the day, but by the time dinner was done, it was comfortable. And we had no trouble sleeping. The bugs quieted down after dusk and stayed quiet until dawn. The tours arranged through the hotel were fantastic. We visited Tikal one day and the ATM cave the next. Both were awesome. We wished we could have stayed for another day or two, since we didn't have a chance to explore the grounds much. We would have liked to canoe and/or tube down the river. But that just gives us a reason to come back again! Table Rock was definitely a splurge for us, but a splurge worth taking.
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$131 - $262 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
table rock jungle hotel san ignacio
BelizeCayoSan IgnacioCristo Rey
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