go slow, go barefoot and go in style, go CayeReef - beachfront boutique Caye Caulker apart hotel
Set right on the shores of the Caribbean Sea, cayereef is located in a prime position close to all amenities on this charming, laid-back island paradise.
CayeReef is a boutique apart hotel that offers six superbly designed serviced apartments that have been planned to perfection and offer first rate facilities for you to relax and enjoy.
Come chill out in our refreshing swimming pool, unwind in our roof top Jacuzzi, watch the sunsets and take in the spectacular 360 views from our fantastic roof deck, enjoy the sunrise, sea breeze and view of the sparkling azure waters of the Caribbean Sea from your spacious private veranda.
cayereef is new this year and managed and operated by a highly experienced local team with a mission to ensure that you will want to come back again and again. Go on – treat yourself to a cayereef vacation rental.
Getting HereGetting to Belize
Belize is just south of Mexico on the beautiful Caribbean Sea. Our main airport Philip Goldson International Airport (BZE) in Belize City is only 1:45 hours from Miami and about 2 hours from Houston.
There is a good selection of airlines servicing Belize (BZE) with direct flights including:
American Airlines from Dallas (DFW) & Miami (MIA)
Continental Airlines from Houston (IAH) and seasonally from Newark (EWR)
Delta Airlines from Atlanta to Belize (BZE)
US Airways from Charlotte, NC to Belize (BZE)
TACA from Houston (IAH) and a number of Central American cities.
Maya Island Air from Cancun (CUN), Guatemala City (GUA), and San Pedro Sula, Honduras (SAP).
From Europe on the outbound journey you will need to enjoy an overnight stay in Miami, Houston or New York. Return flights from Belize connect with overnight flights from Miami, Houston and NY to London and other European cities.Getting to Caye Caulker
By air - 10 minutes flight time.
Flights depart every hour at 40 minutes past the hour from the international airport. Last flight is at 16:40. Cost is $63US and it is easy to book through Tropic Air (recommended) or Maya Airways
By water taxi - from Belize City - 45 minutes boat trip.
Departures at 8am, 9am, 10:30am, 12 noon, 1:30pm, 3:00pm, 4:00pm and 5:30 from the marine terminal which is a 25 minute (c.$25US per couple) cab ride from the Airport. The service is comfortable, reliable and the invigorating speed boat ride adds to the experience - though it can be bumpy. Tickets are $10US. Book at the marine terminal. See Caye Caulker Watertaxi
By water taxi - from Chetumal, Mexico - 90 minutes boat trip.
Daily departures at 3pm from the Chetumal "Muelle Fiscal" (or municpal pier) by two competitors. The service is, again, comfortable, reliable and the invigorating speed boat ride adds to the experience - though it can be bumpy. Tickets are $37.50US. Book at the office or online. See San Pedro Belize Express or WaterJets International for more information
We would like to meet you as you arrive on the Caye - so let us know how and when you expect to get here. We can send a driver to the airport to pick you up and drop you off at the water taxi. Nice to be met by a friendly face and no extra charge than a regular cab - just need your flight details for that.
If we miss you, you can check-in at CayeReef - up near the split; any golf-cart taxi can take you there.
You can Book Online here or contact us by one of the methods below.Bobbi Hammond (Manager)
Front Street, Caye Caulker
Belize, Central America
Tel / Fax: +(501) 226 0382 or Cell: +(501) 610 0240
To contact the owners directly with feedback/suggestions or proposals, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Understanding our impact
You don’t have to compromise on luxury and comfort to be environmentally friendly. We have implemented an “Eco Sensitive by Design” philosophy which is unique to the island:
- Our building is a rarity in being insulated to keep out the heat (and keep the cool in)
- We source our hot water from the sun (with back up for the rare cloudy day). Sadly very unusual for Belize.
- All wood in the building comes from sustainable forests in Belize
- Our lighting is low energy and public lighting is controlled by timers and sensors
- Electricity wastage is minimized through our key fob system
- Fresh water is very scarce on the island and we are careful to minimize our use of it; we collect rain water which is then stored in the basement for future use; our pool was filled with water from the mainland and our garden is kept green by grey water irrigation
- We allow guests to make a personal choice on how often they want their sheets and towels washed