Hidden Valley Inn is comprised of an estate lodge and just six surrounding cottages, each with two suites, making for a highly personal and exclusive vacation experience. The lodge, once the main house of the Hidden Valley estate, boasts several fireplace lounges, a handsome bar room that opens to the pool's stone terrace, beautifully surrounding gardens of orchids, lilies and bromeliads. At night, enjoy the jacuzzi under Belize's starry skies, or cozy up with a book after dinner. The interior of Hidden Valley Inn’s main house emulates Victorian plantation style in decor, combining feminine accents of elegance with the the masculine attributes of the lodge's stone hearths. While intimate in size, the common areas provide ample space for relaxation and conversation. All guests are accommodated in the cottage rooms and suites, just off of the main house via stone path.
The Estate Suites are available as two separate suites or as an entire unit, perfect for families or friends traveling together. The two Estate Suites are connected by a private screened patio, furnished with hammocks, comfortable outdoor loungers and coffee valet. The Estate Suites offer one Queen suite and one King suite (or twin bed) accommodation. All of the Cottages are constructed with solid rooftops (not thatch), screened windows and ceiling fans. Wi-Fi is available throughout the Inn, in the cottages and in the lodge, and every room is equipped with its own telephone. There are no televisions in rooms. There is no in-room A/C.
At the door to each of the cottages, guests are greeted by hanging orchids, gardens and a pail of firewood. Every cottage is comfortably appointed with fireside seating, full bath and shower, writing desk, closets, and Queen or King Bedroom. The decor of the Hidden Valley Inn cottages include handsome mahogany and leather furnishings, terracotta tile flooring and local accents. Soft furnishing and amenties include plush luxury bedding, pillow, bath towels, and complimentary in-room terry-cloth robes. All of the Cottages are constructed with solid rooftops (not thatch), screened windows and ceiling fans. Wi-Fi is available throughout the Inn, in the cottages and in the lodge, and every room is equipped with its own telephone. There are no televisions in rooms. There is no in-room A/C.
Dining at Hidden Valley Inn is a rich experience. The restaurant is located in the Lodge, just off of the main lounge. After a day of adventure, guests welcome the elegant indulgences offered in the handsome bar and candlelit dining room. Ingredients are grown at Hidden Valley or brought in daily from the local fruit and vegetable markets in nearby San Ignacio and Spanish Lookout. Breads and sweets are made daily in the kitchen, and pair well with Hidden Valley coffee, grown, roasted and ground on-property.
Just off of the main house, a stone terrace with pool and hot tub welcomes guests to relax and cool off after a day of adventure in the jungle. The pool terrace is adjacent to the cocktail lounge and restaurant. Guests of Hidden Valley Inn can dine poolside or enjoy bar service from the sun deck lounges. In the cooler evenings, the hot tub is the perfect way to enjoy the starry skies of Belize. At the far end of the pool, a screened in porch with hammocks and lounge. The elevated "Mantra Room" is an excellent place to relax outdoors at dusk, and is sometimes used for Yoga practice as well.
Nikte' Ha Spa Services can be enjoyed in Hidden Valley Inn's Lodge or en suite. Hidden Valley 's massage therapists are trained and licensed by the Holistic School of Massage and Spa Therapy. Relaxation begins at the front door. Upon arrival, guests are treated to a hand-massage. Strong, yet careful and knowledgeable hands work your fingers, palms and joints releasing tensions and stress. It is nearly impossible to resist adding Nikte' Ha Spa Services to your vacation stay.
On Hidden Valley Inn's Reserve the Hidden Valley Institute has built several jungle platforms and resting areas. Some of these platforms rest alongside the waterfalls and cascading streams. At times these platforms are used for Yoga and meditation, hence the Sanskrit names, however, they are also resting places for peaceful viewing the surrounding environment.