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Hidden Valley Inn & Reserve
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Why Stay At Hidden Valley Inn & Reserve
Elegant eco-resort tucked away on a sprawling private reserve in the breathtakingly beautiful wilderness of the Maya Mountains.
Combining rugged-luxe elements of vaulted exposed beam ceilings, cedar-paneled walls and rough-hewn stone hearths with polished interior furnishings, Hidden Valley Inn & Reserve is comprised of six intimate cottages surrounding the main lodge. Each guestroom has ceiling fans, in-room fireplaces and Wi-Fi Internet access. TVs are blissfully absent to preserve the property's naturally serene vibe. Roam the expanse of the 7,200-estate interspersed with well-maintained hiking paths that lead to secluded waterfalls and forest pools. Or head to one of the jungle platforms for a peaceful Yoga session and bird watching. Not the active type? Unwind by the inn's outdoor pool, soa away muscle kinks in the hot tub, or book a treatment at the holistic Nikte' Ha spa. Recharge with the inn's exquisitely prepared cuisine which is served on the outdoor terrace or in the dining room: Mayan and Mesito influences are combined with Blue Ribbon-style to create flavorful dishes catering to meat lovers, vegetarians and vegans alike.
Not your ordinary cup o' Joe: the inn's java is grown, roasted and ground at the resident coffee plantation.
Borrow one of the complimentary 21-speed mountain bikes and set out to explore the 90 miles of well-marked biking paths.
Arrive at Philip S.W. Goldson International Airport (BZE) which is approximately 84 miles from the resort. Anticipate about 2 hour and 15 minutes of travel time.4 Cooma Cain Road, Mountain Pine Ridge, Cayo District, Belize
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Nature Reserve
- Viewing Platforms
- Outdoor Pool
- Sun Terrace
- Spa Treatments
- Tours + Expeditions
- Individual Cottages
- In-room Fireplaces
- Fireside Seating
- Ceiling Fans
- Wi-Fi Internet Access
- No TVs
- Luxury Linens
- En-Suite Bathrooms
- In-room Safes
- Outdoor Dining
- Bars + Lounges
- Rates are based on double occupancy
- Hotel tax and service is included in the nightly rates
Why We Love Hidden Valley Reserve
Home to more than 80 species of wild orchids, rare avifauna like the orange-breasted falcon and all five types of Belize's feline predators, the private reserve teems with life and is replete with waterfalls, verdant pine and jungle forest trails.
Where to Drink: Come nightfall, linger in one of the two cozy fireplace-lit lounges after dinner, catch the day's last sunrays on the poolside deck or hang at the posh mahogany bar after dark all while sipping a frosted Margarita.
Outdoor Excursion: Choose from a host of Hidden Valley-area lead expeditions (varying in required fitness level) departing directly from the inn: Book a guided horseback ride through the broad leaf rain forest; explore the Barton Creek Cave by canoe with its age-old stalactites or marvel at meticulously restored decorative artwork and architecture at ancient Mayan site Cahal Pech.
Why Go Now
September 21, 2014
Celebrate the 32nd anniversary of Belize's independence with parades and lots of merrymaking.
October 31-November 1, 2014
Los Finados in Benque Viejo del Carmen
The Belize version of the Day of the Dead plays out in this Mayan village near the Guatemalan frontier, with a candlelight procession and all-night revelry in local cemeteries.
November 19, 2014
Garifuna Settlement Day
Commemorating the day that the Garifuna people reached Belize after their exile from the Grenadines.