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We stayed here for 4 nights in November and it was absolutely amazing. The staff is absolutely amazing. We were welcomed with a nice cocktail in the beautifull mansion, situated right at a river.
All meals we had at the beautifull patio overlooking the (bit...More
We stayed here this past Christmas and from the moment we arrived we felt the calm and beauty of Belize in front of us. Mopan River flows right in front of this boutique property and immediately the sounds of the city, airports and people are...More
We enjoyed our four night stay at the Mahogany Hall resort. The resort itself is a mansion with eight suites built along the banks of the Mopan river. The rooms are luxuriously decorated with hand carved mahogany furniture. They have a small pool and my...More
Located just a little outside San ignoratio this is a very quiet lovely resort right on the river. The service was excellent the room very comfortable. Next time weare in the neighborhood this is where we will stay for sure
Great stay, weather was wet but staff really looked after us, booked a trip to ATM with them and wow what a cave swim that was, rooms are big and clean and food to die for. Pool is amazing, and the river is right next...More
Response from Mahogany H | Property representative |
Thank you for your interest in Mahogany Hall. As Jennifer said, yes you can swim in the river. We do have availability January 14 - 17, 2017. Rooms with king size bed are the Colonial Suite and Toucan Suite.
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"The suites are on the top floor, but absolutely worth the climb!"