Lazing in a hammock while listening to the sound of the rushing Mopan River
The resort's restaurant, Rico's, sources its organic produce from local farmers
Bird-watching from the terrace, with binoculars on loan from the front desk
What To Know
San Ignacio is the closest airport to the resort, which is located in the predominantly rural Cayo district
Meals are served at set times, with dinner at 6 p.m., though special arrangements can be made for a private, candlelit dinner
Rooms are decorated with homey quilts, quirky local artworks and handicrafts
A 10 percent service charge per night will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout
Parking on site
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Romantic, colonial-style stay with a chic pool and organic restaurant on the banks of the Mopan River
Romance-seekers and nature lovers will relish a stay at Mahogany Hall, which is noted for its intimate size and quiet, away-from-it-all vibe. Rooms and suites are individually decorated with artworks celebrating local wildlife, while many rooms offer lush mountain views. There are luxurious touches, like Jacuzzi tubs and in-room massages on offer, while meals at Rico's restaurant feature local, organic produce.
In the Area
Mahogany Hall is situated on the lovely Mopan River, near the hamlet of Bullet Tree Falls. It's well located for a day trip to the ancient Mayan site of Tikal, Caracol, Xunantunich, or to Cahal Pech, another significant Mayan site as well as the famous Actun Tunichil Muknal. The hotel can suggest hiking routes or arrange regional flights within Belize. But the main allure of Mahogany Hall is its quiet tempo, and many guests prefer to while away the day by the pool, in a hammock or Adirondack chair by the river, or playing a low key game of beach volleyball on the lawn.