Rumors Resort Hotel

Type
Hotel/Resort
Rooms
13
Services
Restaurant on-site, Bar on-site
Lowest Price
$
95
Region
Western Belize
Trusted Provider
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Gold Certified:
No
Indicates if this property has achieved the Belize Tourism Board Gold Standard Certification for Health and Safety
General Info
Description
Rumors Resort Hotel features free Wi-Fi, free public parking and children's playground.

The air-conditioned rooms have balcony or patio. They offer cable-TV and private bathrooms with shower.

The property’s restaurant serves local and international food. Activities at the Rumors Resort include karaoke nights.

Cahal Pexh Mayan Ruins are 5 minutes by car and Xunantunich Mayan Ruins are 10 minutes by car. The town of San Ignacio can be reached within 5 minutes by car.
 
Check In:
1:00 PM
Check Out:
11:00 AM
Amenities & Services:
24-Hour Front Desk
Air Conditioning
Breakfast
Cable/Satellite
Daily Housekeeping
Free WiFi
Iron
Laundry
Luggage Storage
Non Smoking
Free Parking
Pet Friendly
Playground
Room Service
Safety Deposit Box at Reception
Swimming Pool
Tour Desk
Activities:
Swimming
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Transportation Options
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Most Popular
Philip S.W Goldson International Airport to San Ignacio One Way Shuttle from Philip S.W. Goldson International Airport (BZE) to San Ignacio Town.... more
Shuttle departs promptly from the airport arrivals terminal and arrives at Hode's Place in San Ignacio Town.
Schedule of Airport Departures:

12:00 pm

1:00 pm

2:45 pm

4:30 pm

5:30 pm

*This departure schedule is fluid. We may leave early as soon as all passengers are on board. Sometimes we may wait for passengers who may be delayed. We don't normally take walk-ins passengers, so it is always possible to leave earlier than scheduled.

Don't worry, we won't leave without you if your flight is delayed or arrives very close to the departure time. We try to accommodate all passengers and ask for some consideration if we need to wait a few minutes for other passengers. If you have a significant delay, we may switch you to the next departure if one is scheduled. The day's last departure will wait until all passengers are accounted for.

An optional hotel drop off service is available to hotels and destination within town limits of San Ignacio and Santa Elena. Please select the appropriate add-on options when submitting your booking request. If you are not sure whether your hotel is within town limits, you may contact us to inquire or you may book the regular rate and book the additional service with the driver. We also offer service to destinations beyond town limits. The additional cost is usually determined by the distance from town.

Hotels within our drop off zone include, but are not limited to:

Ka'ana Resort

San Ignacio Resort Hotel

Cahal Pech Village Resort

Maya Mountain Lodge

Casa del Caballo Blanco

Western Guest House

Midas Resort

Western Guest House

Bellas Backpackers

D's Hostel

Aliana's Airbnb

Lucina's Airbnb

Homehill Apartments

Casia Hill Resort

Rumor's Resort

Rolson's Hotel

If you are staying at Hode's Hotel, you do not need to pay the additional hotel drop off fee since all drop off's are at Hode's Place. This is a nice outdoor restaurant to relax, grab some food, and wait for your in-town transport or local taxi.

*Drivers cannot accept cash payments but can process credit card payments for additional service arranged before departure.
Type of Vehicle:
Full Size Van
Depart (from):
International Airport, Municipal Airport, Water Taxi Terminal, Belize City
Arrive (to):
San Ignacio
Recommended Tour Operators
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We are dedicated to helping you plan your Belize Vacation with the most successful and memorable outcome. Our Third Party Liability Insured fleet will get you to your lodging destination ... morein a timely & dependable manner. Our team of professional Licensed tour guides have well over 10 years’ experience and are certified in CPR and basic life-saving skills.

With our carefully selected list of hotels/ lodges/ resorts, you can count on us to plan the perfect all-inclusive package to suit your budget and personal preferences.

By booking with us you’re making a positive impact on the lives of many underprivileged families in our many underdeveloped communities. Read more HERE about how we’re making our first steps onto the responsible tourism arena and we’re inviting you to share with us in the joy of giving.

If you are an organization who brings groups on mission trips to Belize on a regular basis, we’d love to partner with you in providing excellent group transfers and accommodations at per-person rates inclusive of breakfast, taxes, & use of conference facilities.

We are based on Mile 2 1/2 Benque Viejo Road in San Ignacio, Cayo, the heart of Belize’s Mayan Adventure World – This is our Meetup/ Pick up point for tours but we can also pick you up at your place of lodging within a 2-mile radius of San Ignacio Town.

Contact us for any questions you may have about traveling in Belize, what to do, or where to stay. We’d be happy to assist and if you’re looking for a beach and jungle combo destination package at great deals (inclusive of transfers, activities, and accommodations) we’ve got just the right connections and are flexible in meeting your budget.

We look forward to welcoming you and showing you the best of what “Mother Nature’s Best Kept Secret” has to offer you!
Account Type:
Tour Operator
Tagline:
Go Beyond Mankind – Go Mystic – Go Maya!
Languages:
English, Spanish
Service Types:
Tours | Activities
Gold Certified:
Yes
Recommended Tours
BARTON CREEK is a living cave in that it is still growing and developing with 10ft of water flowing constantly throughout. The ancient Mayans believed that their Gods would reside ... morein such places and Barton Creek Cave in particular because of its abundance of water. The Mayan God Chaac (God of Water) was believed to occupy the cave, whenever the Mayas were going through a draught or needed a rain god for crops they would go into Barton Creek and sacrifice young virgins who were thought to be suitable gifts to the Gods. The Mayans believed the cave was an opening or gateway into the underworld and treated it with great fear and respect.

BIG ROCK FALLS: Deep in the escarpment of the Mountain Pine Ridge, Big Rock Falls is another of the area’s waterfall treasures. The tremendous view of water rushing over the huge 150-ft rock formations and plummeting into the deep perfectly round pool at its base provides a rush of excitement. You won’t regret stopping by to take a nice cold swim, which you will definitely enjoy regardless if you are on your own, with someone or with your family.
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Getting There:  Your adventure begins at 8:00 AM with a 45 minutes’ drive on the George Price Highway with another 30 minutes’ off-road to the parking lot. ... more

From the parking lot, we have a 45 minutes’ jungle hike toward the cave entrance, crossing a knee-deep river 3 times along the way- enjoy the scenery.

At the cave entrance: 
Upon reaching the mouth of the ATM cave, your guide briefs you on the cave’s historical facts while you gear up with helmets and headlamps. The hike inside the cave entails a very short swim of about 30 feet across at the very entrance of the cave. For non-swimmers, there is a by-pass around the corner of the cave’s entrance through which you are assisted by the guide. For the rest of the cave length, it’s mostly wading through the water no deeper than chest-height (at average height) at most. Admire the myriad cave formations along the way until reaching the hidden dry chamber where amazement awaits you.

In the main chamber: 
To get to the main chamber, you'll climb over some rocks providing a staircase to the chamber. Once in the chamber, you’ll be asked by your guide to take off your shoes and walk with only your socks on your feet. Here your guide explains the Maya rituals while you awe at the magnificence of this ancient tomb and its grandeur.

You’ll be amazed by all the Mayan artifacts and remains freely scattered throughout the cave as your guide explains how they got there and what lead to this shocking massacre in such a remote location. Walking farther into the cave, we’ll reach a higher but smaller chamber accessible only through the use of a man-made ladder. This is where the prized, intact, crystalized skeletal remains of the Crystal Maiden lay. Take your time, to sink in the reality of what lies before you.

Departure: 
After being saturated to capacity with astonishment, we make our way back out of the chambers and the cave. (the way back out always seems so much shorter than the way in). We then hike back onto the parking lot, where the guide will provide you with your lunch as you discuss the reality of what you’ve just witnessed inside. You may choose to change into your dry clothes before or after lunch (your choice). After lunch, we board our vehicle and head back to San Ignacio arriving around 3:30- 4:00 PM.
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
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Xunantunich was the first excavated Mayan site in Belize that was opened for the public. Though it is smaller compared to the other Mayan sites, it consists of one of the tallest structures. ... moreThe huge statue of the Sun God, El Castillo, and the 130-foot tall pyramid are a couple of structures that attract visitors. Xunantunich means “Stone Woman” or “Maiden of the rock” in the Yucatec dialect. These names are derived from the image of a woman depicted in one of the paintings.

Cave Tubing: Take a refreshing ride on inner tubes down the Caves Branch River and through a series of Ancient Mayan Caves for an incredible experience. This tour is perfect for families with older kids, especially as an escape from the Belizean heat.
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Location
Area:
Cayo
District:
Cayo
Tour Companies
Other Hotels Nearby
Set in beautiful gardens, Ka'ana Resort & Spa features a spa, an infinity pool and charming rooms with terraces. Located outside San Ignacio, it offers excursions to nearby national ... moreparks, caves and the rainforest.

The spacious rooms at Ka'ana Resort & Spa are set in small houses overlooking the tropical gardens. All rooms have a small seating area with an iPod dock, flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi.

La Ceiba Restaurant serves gourmet Belize cuisine using organic produce from the Ka’ana’s gardens. Private dining is available next to the pool, on the terrace or in the wine cellar.

Ka'ana Resort & Spa spa offers treatments using sugar, cocoa and coffee. Holistic therapies and massage are also available.

The property is within 31.1 miles of 4 forest reserves and a 10-minute drive from the border with Guatemala.
Gold Certified:
Yes
Area:
Cayo
Region:
Western Belize
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