Belize Collection to launch new luxury villas in the jewel of the Caribbean

Good news for those who love Belize; one of the world’s most favorite destinations – and want to experience luxury surroundings while sightseeing. The Belize Collection has announced the launch of new luxury villas at its Jaguar Reef property. It is scheduled to open this fall. Reservations are open for travel from November 15, 2022.

According to the hotel brand, the Condos at Jaguar Reef offer vacationers a taste of Caribbean beachfront living in Hopkins, Belize.

The condos offer two layout options, both offering resort-style amenities. The first layout option spans 1,150 square feet, while the second layout option spans 1,450 square feet of space. The layouts showcase an open living concept and are outfitted with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, as well as plunge pool and porch options. Guests can also enjoy 24-hour butler service. Currently, 12 units are available for reservations. The villas are located at 100 Sittee River Road, False Sittee Point, Hopkins, Belize.

“With the booming Belize real estate market, these residences are an incredible investment opportunity with little to no maintenance worries for owners. Each unit can be purchased and privately owned or entered into the lodge’s rental pool. Luxury amenities such as 24-hour butler service and access to all resort amenities are included,” the brand said in an official statement.

The Belize Collection is a boutique resort group whose goal is to share the culture of Belize with guests around the world. Resorts use locally made furnishings and spa products, hire locals, and embrace Mayan history, food, and culture to provide the most authentic travel experience for guests. The Belize Collection includes resorts such as Sleeping Giant Rainforest Lodge, The Lodge at Jaguar Reef, The Colonial at Jaguar Reef, Almond Beach Resort at Jaguar Reef and Umaya Resort.

Located in the Caribbean, Belize, also known as the Jewel in the Heart of the Caribbean Basin, has a lot to offer, including rich and lush terrain. Black travelers love to experience everything from untouched jungles and ancient Mayan ruins to the unique Garifuna culture and over 500 different species of sea life. Ambergris Caye and Belize City are two of the favorite places for visitors to the country. Black Journey recently named Belize among five of the most popular destinations of 2022 for African American travelers.

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