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The Inn at Twin Palms Questions & Answers

Atlanta, Georgia

hi qwen i am going to be in belieze for the entire month of june. i will be traveling the entire country using various modes of transportation. is this b and b costly. found prices in belmopan rather weird. no eco or budget class market. also i am handicapped i walk on crutches. any info would be helpful. thanks from a transplanted texan(houston) atlanta resident(30 years),

bradley L. DeCell

over a year ago Answer

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Belmopan, Cayo, Belize
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Twin Palms is truly a first class B&B and for the amenities, their rates are extremely well priced which includes an incredible breakfast.

The scenery alone is breath-taking: a/c rooms with WIFI overlooking the pool, tables with umbrella, lounge chairs, swing all nestled into a lush, tropical garden paradise that is nothing less than INCREDIBLE! Simply put, you will NOT want to leave. Tim & Anna treat all of their guests like family and see personally to your needs. When booking, be sure to ask for a room on the ground floor so you are better accommodated. If you plan to stay for an extended period of time, be sure to inquire about any discounts they might offer.

Regarding Belmopan, it is a planned community with streets and sidewalks ~ market days in the center of town are on Tues & Fri (market area is all paved). In the same area is the bus station, taxi, restaurants so everything is close and convenient.

I would ONLY recommend Twin Palms while staying in Belmopan whether it's for business or holiday. If you book with them, please tell them Jeannie sent you. I hope this answers your questions ~ happy journey!

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Barbados
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It's not costly, very comfortable and very good breakfast included. Ask for a room on the ground level and you should be fine.

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