Yesterday was a day for relaxation and adventure. Cowboy Doug’s birthday is coming up and it was decided that heading for breakfast at Coco Beach was in order to celebrate. Since we were enjoying a slow motion morning, Doug called ahead to make sure they would wait for us and we all stepped up our pace to get ready.
When it comes to luxury Belize resorts, Coco Beach Resort is great. It is 3.5 miles north of town and about a mile north of us at Grand Caribe. It is definitely worth the drive. The roads were in great shape and it did not take us long to get there. I had been onsite before, but never to their restaurant, which was really nicely designed inside. The breakfast buffet at Cocoblanca restaurant is served from 7:00 AM – 11:00 AM, we caught the tail end of it but there was still a good selection of food to choose from, and we all enjoyed freshly made, fully loaded omelets from the omelet bar.
After breakfast we decided to head out to the pool bar for another drink and enjoy the view. They have such a fantastic pool there, and I adore their out door seating.
You can book your stay at Coco Beach through Hotels.com
Stay tuned for part 2 pictures of our afternoon drive north with a detour to Grand Belizean Estates on our way home.
4 thoughts on “All You Can Eat Breakfast Buffet at Coco Beach Resort”
Breakfast was $18 usd a head for buffet. We did not use the pool only sat at the pool bar, you might want to call ahead and ask on that one.
This looks great and we might go for breakfast tomorrow, but a few questions:
How much is the buffet in USD?
And if we are not hotel guests, can we use the pool like you mention in the blog post?
Thanks so much!
I was laid back that day too Emily for what ever reason I decided not to wear a dress. I think my pictures of GBE will match your guess 🙂
Happy birthday Cowboy Doug! So funny to see the fancy restaurant and Doug, Leisa, and Paul dressed in their usual Ambergris Caye laid-back, casual wear. I’m willing to bet that you were wearing one of your pretty dresses — you should have handed one of the them the camera so you’d be in one of the photos! Looking forward to part 2 to see if there has been any progress at GBE since we left the island a little over a year ago. I’d tell you what my guess is — but I bet you know!