BELMOPAN, Belize, Saturday June 2, 2018 – Three of Belize’s resorts have come together to form Unique Hotels of Belize (UHB) – an exclusive collection “dedicated to offering consistently high standards in accommodations, amenities and service” in three locations across Belize, according to UHB member The Lodge at Chaa Creek.
UHB brings together the award-winning jungle lodge Chaa Creek, the landmark Victoria House on Ambergris Caye, and Naïa Resort and Spa on the Placencia Peninsula. Together, they offer travelers a unique blend of individual styles and distinctive locations combined with a shared commitment towards providing the highest quality accommodations, amenities and service in Belize.
“Unique Hotels of Belize was designed to give visitors confidence that, whether in the rainforests of Belize’s ancient Maya heartland, the Belize Great Barrier Reef, or on the Caribbean coast, they’ll enjoy the same high standards of excellence in Belizean hospitality,” said Byrony Fleming-Bradley, general manager at Chaa Creek.
“Under the Unique Hotels of Belize brand we’re retaining our own distinctive identities and highlighting our diverse locations while giving travelers the confidence that they’ll enjoy consistent high standards of hospitality whenever they stay at a UHB member resort.
“By combining our infrastructures and network of travel professionals both locally and internationally, we’re able to offer seamless transfers between our properties along with surprisingly affordable Belize vacation packages.”
The all-inclusive introductory vacation package was further discounted to give more families, couples and individuals a chance to experience Belize’s three most popular locations with unprecedented ease and luxury, Bradley explained.
“With 20 per cent off this introductory vacation package, we’ve hoping to introduce more and more people to Belize’s amazing geographic and cultural diversity in a way that really hasn’t been possible before now. And with luxury, service and a range of activities that will make it truly memorable, we’re expecting to create a buzz,” she said.