The Royal Caribbean Resort is located on 300 feet of pristine white sandy beach with an uninterrupted view of the world’s second largest reef, less than a mile away across the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea.
Situated on Ambergris Caye, the largest of the Belize islands, it is one mile south of San Pedro, the islands town and so is in easy reach of the varied night life that can be experienced there. Belize is home to the largest barrier reef in the western hemisphere and on the mainland, one hour away by boat or 15 minutes by air has tropical rainforests and the Mayan Mountains to provide other adventures.
Accommodations at the Royal Caribbean Resort are in colourful Tropical Casitas spread across well-manicured grounds next to the beach. Each of the Casitas has ceiling fans, kitchenette complete with microwave and refrigerator plus a cable TV.
Food & Dining
The restaurant at the resort, which has an open air patio on the beachfront, services breakfast, lunch and dinner and specializes in serving delightful Belizean cuisine. The accompanying thatched roof bar on the beach can allow you to enjoy some cocktails whilst perhaps watching some beach bowls being played.
Among the resorts amenities is an outdoor fresh water pool with umbrellas to afford you shade, free newspapers in the lobby, an in-room massage service, separate living area, safe deposit boxes, hammocks, loungers, assistance with booking tours and a concierge service. There is also a garden and bicycles available to rent for exploring further afield.
Staff & Service
The staffs are multi-lingual and will be happy to help you arrange any tours you may wish to take. As well as taking excellent care of your daily needs, they can also offer assistance with wedding services on request and take pride in ensuring that your stay is enjoyable, safe and all that was hoped for.
One of the most popular attractions from San Pedro is the half day trip to Shark Ray Alley and the Hol Chan Marine Reserve which is just 4 miles south of San Pedro. On the out in the boat, watch out for flying fish and rays jumping out of the water.
Located just inside the reef, Shark Ray Alley is where the fishermen stop to clean their catch and so as your boat is heard, the sharks and Rays gather in anticipation of a feast, sometimes making the waters ‘boil’ with movement. Of course the reef and sea also offer some excellent opportunities for fishing, snorkeling and diving. Some exciting tours to the mainland can also be arranged including trips to Mayan ruins such as Lamanai, Altun Ha or Xunantunich, cave tubing, jungle treks, zip lining or to the Belize Zoo.
The Royal Caribbean Resort is located not just close to the dock for the mainland boats but also close to the dock for the glass bottom boat which can provide some exceptional opportunities to see the vast array of different colored fish that inhabit the reef.