White Sands Cove is a hidden gem just north of San Pedro Town. From the time of our arrival to our departure Rosie and the staff of White Sands Cove made us feel comfortable and provided amazing service to my wife and I throughout our stay. Rosie scheduled our pick up at the airport, arranged a golf cart rental, and three amazing excursions during our stay making us feel we were at home. The food was awesome and the rum punch was cold. I highly recommend this resort! Thanks Rosie! The Martinsons.
We loved every minute at White Sands Cove! The staff, esp Rosie and Ricky, were helpful and welcoming. The property is SO pretty and well-maintained. Pool and beach areas offered shade from plenty of palm trees, a hammock, nice lounge chairs, and of course, a bar! We were able to borrow bikes everyday to ride around the island. The villas are spacious and have everything you need. This location is "north of the bridge" and therefore out of the hubbub of the center of town. But still a short golf cart ride or bike ride to plenty of restaurants. Highly recommend!
We stayed at the hotel next door and discovered White Sands Cove and their restaurant La Cala. We had appetizers 1 day and Dinner twice. There may have been a couple of trips to the bar as well. The food was wonderful, the facility was well maintained. A special shout out to Alec and Shaggy. We hope business is getting back to normal and you guys are doing well.
We just returned from our 1st trip to Belize. We extended our stay an additional week and found this hidden gem! Alec goes out of his way to make you feel at home. His staff Janelle, Shaggy, Candi & Rosie are an incredible team. There is nothing they will not do to make your stay easy and comfortable. Highly recommend this great little spot!
White Sands Cove is an incredible find for us. We initially flew into Belize City, then took a small plane from there to San Pedro. The flight only lasted 15 minutes. A cab from the resort was waiting for us to take us to White Sands Cove. Once we got there, we were greeted by Rose. She had our luggage taken to our villa, while we were seated in the outdoor bar, with complimentary drinks. She gave us the lay of the land. We later met Alec, the owner, and he too, was quite affable. Let me just say it now, everyone was very nice, and fun to hang out with. The morning bartender was Ginell (sp?). You can get free coffee, as well as order breakfast. She shared with us places to go to like the Secret Beach, (It’s called that, but everyone knows where it is, so it’s not much of a secret). She also mentioned Tranquility Bay. Both were about a day trip each. To get around the island, folks used golf carts, which the owner procured for us, at an affordable daily rate. Most vehicles on the island are either the golf carts, or commercial vehicles. Very few personal cars. The evening person at the bar was Shaggy. He was very laid-back, and, while I’m not much of a drinker, his cocktails were quite good. In the evenings here, guests congregate, as well as some of Alec’s friends from other resorts. It makes for a very congenial atmosphere. I’ve saved the best for last, though, and that is Candy. She is the cook, and our entire time there we didn’t have a bad meal once. If we could, we would’ve taken her back with us, she is that good. All-in-all, we had an enjoyable stay, and I say this as someone who is not a beach person. They won me over! One more thing, please remember to bring mosquito repellant. I forgot this initially, and paid the price for it. Al A…