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Sleeping Giant (casita) or San Ignacio Resort (master suite)

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Sleeping Giant (casita) or San Ignacio Resort (master suite)

I know these are in different regions but we're only on the mainland 2 nights with a day trip to Tikal. (I posted this on San Ignacio forum as well).

Our final two hotel choices are Sleeping Giant (Spanish casita) or the San Ignacio Resort (master suite) because they have air conditioning. Our first choice was Belize Treehouses but they have a 3 night minimum stay (so sad!).

Thoughts on either?

We are there 2 nights and the tour company will pick us up from either.

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1. Re: Sleeping Giant (casita) or San Ignacio Resort (master suite)

SI Hotel is much closer to Tikal than is SG, at least an hr each way. SIH is at hotel on the hill overlooking town with a pool. SG is a lodge/home in lovely bush off the Hummingbird Hywy far from other services. Apples and oranges really, both grt choices though

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2. Re: Sleeping Giant (casita) or San Ignacio Resort (master suite)

I'd go with the SIRH. It's nice, has a pool, and is close to downtown so you could walk around if you wanted.

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3. Re: Sleeping Giant (casita) or San Ignacio Resort (master suite)

We just stayed at the SIRH during the first week of September and really liked it! It is a nice hotel and is in a super convenient location.

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