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In the early 1980s, Francis Ford Coppola visited Belize, immediately fell in love with the location, and purchased the abandoned Blancaneaux Lodge. For more than a decade the hideaway was used as a family retreat before Francis opened his tropical paradise to the public in 1993.
Naia Resort and Spa
Nestled within a private 200-acre reserve on the Placencia Peninsula, Naia Resort and Spa is an intimate, natural playground where guests can enjoy an authentic Belize experience on land and at sea.
El Secreto Hotel Ambergris Caye
El Secreto Hotel is a charming 5-star venue with 13 rooms to stay in. Operating in Ambergris Caye since 2012, this property features an Egyptian architecture and modern comforts. This venue provides a safety deposit box, a lift and a gift store and rooms include a comfortable decor.
Victoria House Resort & Spa
Spectacular, private, and located on a breathtaking Caribbean island, the award winning Victoria House beach resort features 42 rooms offering a variety of world-class acommodations Whether you stay in a spacious pool villa, luxurious suite, well-appointed Stateroom, or a romantic tropical Casita, Victoria House provides the perfect venue for total relaxation and comfort.
San Ignacio Resort
The Resort is centrally situated on a 17-acre private estate and 5-minutes away of the popular San Ignacio Town—an area that features a variety of cultural, adventurous, and culinary experiences. This characteristic has dubbed the Resort as “the only jungle in town”.
Ramon's Village Resort
Styled after the Tahitian cottages on the Polynesian island of Bora Bora, Ramon´s Village cabanas are built from native materials by craftsmen utilizing the same skill and techniques the islanders used in the days of the great sailing ships.
Gaia River Lodge
This immersion comes at some cost, if quick and effortless travel is a priority — but it’s worth the trouble, as this kind of eco-travel experience would be simply impossible in any less remote a location.
Chaa Creek Eco Lodge
When they began farming on the banks of the Macal River in western Belize, Mick and Lucy Fleming always strove to coexist with nature, and as Chaa Creek Lodge grew, so did their appreciation and respect for Belize’s diverse ecology and rich culture.