Hopkins Belize’s Beach Inn for Relaxing Vacation
Where to stay in Hopkins Belize? Small-scale and casual, Hopkins Inn offers romantic, affordable, and decidedly low-key accommodations on a serene beach. Our intimate and unpretentious beach inn reflects our philosophy that true luxury is in life’s simple pleasures.
Savoring a good novel, napping in hammocks, and watching for manatees is encouraged during your vacation. The distinct culture, friendly Garifuna people, and laid-back pace make an interesting and relaxing vacation. Hopkins Inn is a flip-flop kind of cozy, casual place.
We’re located in the heart of Hopkins Village, Belize, Central America, an authentic Garifuna fishing village, whose customs of drumming and language continue. We’re within easy walking distance to locally owned restaurants, bars, and shops. (Check out our highly opinionated restaurant and food blog showcasing our favorite menu items in the village.)
Hopkins is centrally located to the ocean, river, and lagoon and is an ideal “base camp” to see all that Belize has to offer. Many adventure activities such as hiking Cockscomb Nature Preserve, Maya ruins, inland Blue Hole, and zip lining at Bocawina—all make exciting day trips and are close by.
Our cabanas, located just a few steps from the Caribbean Sea, offer the perfect refuge for those who desire a day of adventure followed by a well-deserved nap on the beach. Sunrises can be watched while staying in the comfort of your bed. Cabanas are blissfully free from televisions and clocks for maximizing relaxation. Think Egyptian cotton sheets and pillows, yummy-smelling soaps, and ocean breezes. Our cabanas are ideal for singles and couples.
Our cabanas have vaulted hardwood ceilings and are tastefully decorated with colorful fabrics and Belizean artwork. Rooms are cooled by the ever-present sea breeze. Each cabana has its own private bathroom with hot showers, fans, a mini-refrigerator, coffee-maker, and Wi-Fi. We offer daily cleaning services, except on Sunday’s when our housekeeping staff has a day of rest.
Our continental breakfast typically consists of fresh fruit and pastries made by local women. On Sunday’s, we treat guests to an authentic Belizean breakfast with offerings such as fry jacks, eggs, beans, or breakfast burritos at one of the local restaurants.