Posted: Friday, March 24, 2017. 3:08 pm CST.
Posted: Friday, March 24, 2017. 2:54 p.m. CST.
By BBN Staff:The Wyndham Hotel Group has revealed plans to manage a luxurious 242 room Wyndham Grand Ambergris Caye.
This will be the first resort in Belize to fly the Wyndham Grand flag.
The five star oceanfront resort is scheduled to open in December 2018.
It will be situated along the Caribbean Sea.
The resort will be an inclusive five towers — housing elegantly designed one, two, and three-bedroom hotel and residential suites. It will feature 11 cascading waterfalls and rise up from sparkling pools connected by bridges and canals reminiscent of Venice.
Wyndham Grand Ambergris Caye — owned by Venezia del Caribe Ltd., and developed by Sandy Point Developments, will offer a signature spa, a fitness center, multiple restaurants, 7,000 square feet of meeting space, and an onsite excursion center. It will put guests within just yards of Belize’s Barrier Reef, the world’s second largest coral reef system which runs the length of the country, and is just three miles from San Pedro, the island’s only town.Paulo Pena, president and managing director, Latin America and the Caribbean for Wyndham Hotel Group said in a statement: “Belize is emerging as a top spot on every traveler’s bucket list, thanks to its pristine beaches, celebrated culture, and continuous recognition as a must-visit destination by respected sources like The New York Times, Lonely Planet, and U.S. News & World Report”
“We’ll deliver a distinct and unforgettable resort experience for guests,” Pena added.
Ambergris Caye is situated off the Barrier Reef, the island is a renowned destination for diving and snorkeling and is the largest of the more than 200 islands.
Advertise with the mоѕt vіѕіtеd nеwѕ ѕіtе іn Belize ~ We offer fully customizable and flexible digital marketing packages. Your content is delivered instantly to thousands of users in Belize and abroad! Contact us at mаrkеtі[email protected]еаkіngbеlіzеnеwѕ.соm or call us at 501-601-0315.
© 2017, BreakingBelizeNews.com. Content is copyrighted and requires written permission for reprinting in online or print media. Theft of content without permission/payment is punishable by law.