I stayed 2 nights in the Bakadeer Inn in Belize City, Belize. At first they seemed friendly but, when I told them I needed to go to the airport to pick up a friend, the lady said her husband was going to pick up another guest 1 hour after my friend's airplane arrived and we could ride back to the Inn with him. No mention of money and he was being paid by the other guest anyway. We did wait the hour and rode back with him. After we arrived, he told me it was $25BZ each for the transfer. I argued but to no affect. We had to pay the $50. A cab would have been the same price and we could have saved an hour. Being paid double for only one ride is the way they cheat unaware tourists apparently. Then after drinking 2 cups of morning coffee, they insisted we pay another $5.50 for that.
The Inn rooms are quite basic, the TV is static, and the A/C took all day to bring the temperature down a few degrees. I suggest giving this Inn a miss.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Bakadeer Inn is located in the heart of Belize City, with quiet comfortable rooms and a beautiful court yard. We can accommodate singles all the way up to a group of 20 people, so if you just stay with us on your way through town or use us as a base from which to see this beautiful country. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Bakadeer Inn Belize/Belize City