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Room is basic. We asked for 1st floor, not knowing that the 2nd floor is ground level. Very noisy workmen before 7 in morning. It is on a busy street with little parking in front and none directly on property. Parking is in private lot...More
If you are a traveller that is uneasy about being a stranger in a strange land or needs a bit "extra" this is your spot.
The front desk guy actually pulled out his personal phone to help us call the USA about a lost credit...More
We only stayed in Orange Walk one night to go to Lumanai Ruins. It was one of the nicest hotels in the town. We had two rooms (2 adult children traveling with us) the rooms were across the outdoor hall from one another which was...More
This hotel is in a good location in Orange Walk, walking distance! The rooms are basic, clean and a good value for what you pay. Don't expect 5 star of course, but simple and nice. The staff is very attentive!
Hotel de la Fuente is the best in Orange walk town and one of the most well run hotels in the entire country. Orlando, the owner, greets each and every person that frequents the establishment and is always available to provide any information. The hotel...More
Another Traveler here ... Organge Walk is a traditional, sorta off the tourest path, kinda Belieze town. Hotel de La Fuente is by far the best stay in Organge Walk and the owners/managers are really nice and personable... More
Another Traveler here ... Organge Walk is a traditional, sorta off the tourest path, kinda Belieze town. Hotel de La Fuente is by far the best stay in Organge Walk and the owners/managers are really nice and personable. Willing to send some pictures from our stay Sept. 9,10,11. this year. Have you been to Belize, especially inland and north before?
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"Ask for 2nd floor, it is ground level. They have no elevators. 1st floor rooms require stairs or steep hill..."