This place is a gem. It is not a five star hotel resort, and the price shows it. You can order the meal or cook yourself. Cooking yourself is like cooking during camping, and it is not suited for everyone, but if you can handle...続きを読む
After 15 years of visiting Glovers Reef, we spent our entire week this year at Glovers Atoll Resort being abused, lied to and overcharged by the Marsha Jo and Becky Lamont. Our reservation which was confirmed three weeks in advance was changed from an over...続きを読む
We are a retired couple. We had read the reviews and kind of knew what Glovers would be like. So, no surprises. I kind of expected that I would REALLY, REALLY enjoy the place, and I did...okay, I was a bit concerned about the hike...続きを読む
We absolutely loved our stay on Glovers Reef Atoll. The huts over the water are wonderful. We thoroughly enjoyed preparing some of our own food, but recommend you buy supplies in Belmopan if you can, as it is more expensive in Hopkins and some stuff...続きを読む
We are a family of 4 (2 boys 5 & 9) and we recently visited Glover's Atoll Resort. We stayed one week but wished we'd stayed 2. We read through all the reviews before going to the island so we had an idea of what...続きを読む
What is anyone's recommendations about getting in touch with Glover's Atoll Resort? We've tried emailing, calling, and submitting an online form for reservations, but haven't heard back. Thanks! Grey and Kim Hayes, Santa Cruz, California, USA
I have been in touch by email a couple of times. They aren't always fast with the response but did respond in 4-5 days.
Do you allow small week-behaved dogs?
Hi, we are going to Glover's Atoll this week. Do we need to bring mosquito netting? Thanks, Jana
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Yes, the key to an enjoyable time at this place would be to be as self sufficient as possible. Bring your mosquito net, and if you don't need it, then it's not a big problem. I'd also bring a good pair of reef boots and a... 続きを読む
Yes, the key to an enjoyable time at this place would be to be as self sufficient as possible. Bring your mosquito net, and if you don't need it, then it's not a big problem. I'd also bring a good pair of reef boots and a machete for getting into coconuts. Pick one up in belize city.