Located at the foot of the town dock, Seaside Cabanas (Calle al Sol, tel. 501/226-0498, www.seasidecabanas.com , US$115–130) is a brightly painted 16-room miniresort. The smart rooms and cabanas are equipped with air-conditioning, cable TV, and cheerful decor, surrounding a fine swimming pool and sporting lots of rooftop hang space. The Uno Mas bar is open daily to 10 p.m. and upstairs seating has ocean views.
The Lazy Iguana B&B (Alamina Dr., tel. 501/226-0350, www.lazyiguana.net , US$105) is a three-story secluded home. The four spacious rooms have private baths, hot water, air-conditioning, and wireless Internet. The top floor is a deck for lounging with a 360-degree view of the island. Rates include a breakfast spread in the owners’ kitchen. It’s a short walk from the village center, toward the back side of the island. There are rainwater showers; bikes are available.
Just up from the main dock, you’ll see Sailwinds Beach Suites (tel. 501/226-0286, www.staycayecaulker.com , US$129), which has colorful, upscale beachfront suites with full amenities.
The Iguana Reef Inn (tel. 501/226-0213, www.iguanareefinn.com , US$139–164) continues to raise the bar with its 13 large, upscale rooms built around a well-kept complex on the west side of the island, behind the soccer field. Its rooms are spacious and colorful, some with vaulted ceilings and all with comfortable touches like minifridge, porch, bathtub, hot and cold water, and other modern conveniences. Continental breakfast is included. The bar, swimming pool, and clean beach area face the sunset and are more private and quiet than those on the island’s windward side.
Apartment-style accommodations are found at Caye Caulker Condos (tel. 501/226-0072, www.cayecaulkercondos.com , US$120–135), near the north end of the village; seven fully furnished suites have all the amenities, including a small pool. The balconies and rooftop hangout are very nice.