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Placencia is truly paradise and no better way to explore than staying at Turtle Inn. This once a sleepy town, has many expatriates from USA, Canada and Europe settled. The beaches are beautiful and Belize coast & islands offers one of the best diving in...More
Spent 4 days at Turtle Inn at the beginning of August. We debated between staying in near San Pedro or in Placencia and opted for Placencia due to less crowds/touristy feel. Also had read about major seaweed problems in Ambergris and that Placencia had nicer...More
Turtle Inn trip review
We just got back from a 6 night stay at turtle inn with our 2 children ages 4 and 7. I can’t speak highly enough about the staff and grounds/lodgings of this resort. We were initially very unsure whether to stay...More
We spent 4 nights at the Turtle Inn for our family vacation. This small boutique hotel is beautiful, with charming details throughout the property and in the luxurious villas. Our children loved the family pool, the “kids only” gelato bar (with some of the best...More
Turtle Inn in Placencia, is an ecological hotel on a beach strip! There is a main house with a Front Desk, a Welcome Center an impressive Wine Cellar, a big restaurant & bar facing the beach and a family swimming pool right in front. The...More
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Response from Martin K, General Manager at Turtle InnResponded 1 week ago
Hi Rachel - Thank you for taking the time to review us - and thank you for staying with us - it was our pleasure !
The winds have been pretty strong as of late causing the water access to be less optimal but I...More
We were there in July having lunch, and although there is a breeze off the water and I don’t think your room would be in the high 90’s, I would be uncomfortable even at 80. I’m sure it would cool down later in the evening... More
We were there in July having lunch, and although there is a breeze off the water and I don’t think your room would be in the high 90’s, I would be uncomfortable even at 80. I’m sure it would cool down later in the evening, but I wouldn’t chance it even though its a lovely resort.