In Corozal, you can get a vacation rental for US $40, but it may not have hot water, Internet, or air conditioning. If you want something that has air conditioning, Internet, and hot water in Corozal, you would have to pay about US $100 minimum per night. There aren’t any hotels in Corozal.
These are rentals you’ll find through VRBO, Airbnb, HomeAway, etc. A lot of Belizean houses don’t have windows, and this poses a problem among expats. Most Belizean houses that expats rent just have open-air shutters and don’t have air conditioning or Internet connection. These are concrete houses. The $40 rentals are something like that.
There are also nice homes in Corozal. For example, Consejo Shores is a nice community that has lots of expat homes that are for rent, like a vacation rental. In Consejo Shores, they charge about US $100 - $150 or more per night. Some expats rent these homes for a month, and the price goes down the longer you stay. For example, if it costs $150 a night, it would cost $850 a week, $1,400 for 2 weeks, and then for a month it would cost $2,500.
(Condos at Orchid Bay near Corozal, Belize, pictured.)