What We LoveIt's quiet, peaceful and sits on a gorgeous stretch of white sands and blue Caribbean waters.
Blu Restaurant creates freshly made cuisines and cocktails.
Scuba, snorkeling, kite surfing, jet skiing and more are available for an additional charge.
Things to KnowIt's a diver's paradise in Belize since one of the prettiest reefs in the world is close to the island.
Escape Day Spa uses many organic ingredients, including coconut oil and seaweed harvested in Belize.Rent a bicycle and tour the island on your own, or grab a water taxi and head into San Pedro for the afternoon.
Costa Blu Adults Only Beach Resort: Belize's First Adults-Only ResortDiving, snorkeling and beach lovin' enthusiasts fall in love with Belize more and more each time they visit. It's the ultimate in laid-back island life. And this little gem is the first adults-only resort to hit the shores in Ambergris Caye. Without kids running around, you can sink into a deep relaxation while being pampered from the resort's staff. The on-site restaurant and bar caters to all your sea-loving whims, creating fresh Caribbean fare and handcrafted cocktails that taste even better with views as jaw-dropping as you'll find at Costa Blu.
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TripAdvisor Traveler Rating326 reviews
Seriously the best resort on the island.
This is our second time at Costa Blu and it was amazing. We've walked 7-10 of the other resorts on the island and Costa in our opinion by far has the best layout, view, pool, and overall feel. You’re right on the water and the pool area with the bar and restaurant is bomb! It is a smaller resort with all of the amenities of a larger one. Both times we've been there we'd never see more than 5-7 people at any given time. Its super quiet. The food is good, but the menu could use more variety. Great staff that is super helpful. The rooms could use some updating, but are very comfortable.
Wyndham needs to invest to make this a nicer resort
Everything about the resort is tired. The staff at the front desk never smiled. One bedroom suites are OK but need to be painted and refreshed. The bikes had to be rented and were horrible and old. Same with beach chairs and kayaks. We did like sitting on our deck to enjoy the water views. The resort must not have been full as there were lots of chairs on the beach and at the pool which is nice. Free welcome drink where you add your own rum was the ponly good drink we had even though I ordered the same drink multiple times- never the same drink. Food & drinks were adequate at best. It is so nice that Porto Fino and Mambo send boats to pick up diners at N/C. They are smaller resorts and the restaurants are very good. Step up, Wyndham! We also walked to X' Tan Ha for lunch,which has a very nice beach rather than the seawall at Costa Blu. The nicest person was Hatcher at the Tuff E Nuff "booth for water activities. The weather was in low 70s and very very windy so that impacted our trip. We didn't go to Secret Beach (the road is too rutted for bikes) but those who did were not impressed. It was an expensive 40 minute golf cart ride to town and a $5 bridge crossing fee to get there. We could only book for 5 days at CB (we are now glad) so we moved to the south end of the island which is closer to town.
My trip to Costa Blu in Belize
Very peaceful and Quiet, great food, friendly and accommodating staff. The staff can arrange trips to all of the local sites including tours to Mayan ruins near Guatemala that includes a ziplining trip through the jungle canopy. I had a blast
A pig with lipstick is still a pig
When we first arrived, the complimentary shuttle was not complimentary but $30 USD per person round trip. Almost immediately we were greeted by a friendly enough young man named Justin who invited us to peruse a sister property, but were assured is was not a time share and that we would get a token gift after no more than an hour and forty-five minutes. A timeshare by any other name is still a time share. after two and a half hours I walked out. My partner was adamant to receive the token gift, so she got into it with who I suspect was the closer for Wyndham resort properties in San Pedro. After what can accurately be discribed as a confrontation, she appeared at our rented golf cart with the promised gift and a story to tell. The resort itself is more "motel" than luxury boutique hotel. the staff were all great, especially the wait staff. I ascribe no blame on the locals, but squarely on the shoulders of the greedy American investors that obviously feel they have little to no responsibility to the patrons and there hard earned money. Although painted recently, there is a need in my opinion to update, fortify and expand the aged property. There is a partnership with a local tour company named Tuff E Nuff tours and adventures, do not hesitate to hire them for snorkelling and fishing tours, they are professional and in my opinion, beyond reproach. See Hatcher for all your tour needs, he's a gentleman and a part time comedian of sorts. We went on two tours; Mexico Rocks in front of our vacation property and Hol Chan/shark & ray alley. Both were world class. The restaurant, its food and its staff were of the quality that I can only hope for at my own restaurant in Canada. the food was faithfully executed, surprisingly quick and served by great wait staff. Try the whole fish if and when you do come.
It’s 35 min cart ride to town. 18 mins to Secret Beach. pros: pool bar, restaurant, dive shop , rooms. Cons: distance to San Pedro, snorkeling was poor at hotel, no jacuzzi, bar closes at 9pm, WiFi sucked.