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Las Terrazas Resort
Ambergris Caye, BelizeEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Las Terrazas Resort
It's the best of two worlds: exceptional resort service plus the privacy of fully furnished townhomes on Ambergris Caye, the ultimate diving destination off the lush coast of Belize.
Built in 2008, this resort made a splash when it opened on one of Central America's emerging destinations, Ambergris Caye, in Belize. Located just over three miles from the island town of San Pedro, the four-acre white-on-white property is far enough to be a secluded getaway—yet close enough that bikini-clad vacationers can hear the reggae wafting from nearby beach bars. Comprising 39 one-, two-, and three-bedroom town houses (each with a full kitchen, washer, and dryer), accommodations are well suited to both couples and families. Adventure types opt for diving excursions in the Northern Hemisphere's largest coral reef, while foodies in search of island barbecue head straight to San Pedro by way of golf carts. When all else fails, there's always an afternoon by the pool in the shade of a palapa umbrella with a rum punch in hand.
Be sure to check out the activities offered by Las Terrazas, including the popular half-day snorkel trip to Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley or an excursion to nearby Mayan ruins.
Those who opt out of the resort's meal plan (breakfast and dinner are included) will want to ask about the hotel's grocery service, where travelers can order provisions such as Marie Sharp's Hot Sauce and Belikin beer.
Awards and RecognitionsBack to Top
Travelers' Choice Awards, #7 Top 10 Luxury Hotels in Central & South America
- Trip Advisor
Insider's Select Award
- Preferred Boutique
Arrive at Belize International Airport (BZE), which is on mainland Belize. Arriving at the hotel requires both land and sea transportation.Barrier Reef Drive, Ambergris Caye, Cayo, Belize
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Private Beach
- 70-Foot Infinity Lap Pool
- Fitness Center
- Spa on Property
- Certified Dive Shop
- Gift Shop
- Bicycle + Golf Cart Rentals
- Use of Kayaks, Hobie Cats + Canoes
- Flat-Panel Televisions
- Cable Television
- iPod Docks
- In-Unit Washer + Dryer
- Air Conditioning
- In-Room Safes
- Private Entrances
- Poolside Bar
- 4-person occupancy
- Welcome drink
Why We Love Ambergris Caye
The weather is mild, the beaches are beautiful, and the history is rich—Ambergris Caye is part of the land of swaying palm trees and colorful sunsets.
Where to Eat: The pulled-pork sandwiches and okra from Lazy Croc BBQ have a cultlike following, but for something lighter, there are tapas (marinated Seville olives, mini crab cakes) at Casa Picasso. Lazy Croc BBQ: Dinner for two $35. 15 Buena Vista Road. 501- 226-4015. Casa Picasso: Dinner for two $62. Sting Ray Street. 501- 226-4507.
Underwater Adventure: You won't want to miss Belize's famous Great Blue Hole, an underwater sinkhole ringed in coral that stretches almost 1,000 feet wide and 400 feet deep. Explore the abyss with Las Terrazas' diving excursions, such as a 12-hour Blue Hole day trip that includes a picnic lunch and three guided dives. Day trip $40 per person. 1-800-447-1553. Read More
Where to Drink: Wet Willy's is a wild scene where shoes and shirts are optional, while a more subdued evening can be had at Fido's, the island spot for live music. Wet Willy's: Drinks for two $10. Hustler's Pier. 501-226-4136. Fido's: Drinks for two $12. Barrier Reef Drive. 501-226-2056.
Why Go Now
August 4-7, 2011
International Costa Maya Festival
This four-day festival packs in music, dance, and comedy performances. San Pedro, Ambergris Caye.
September 10, 2011
St. George's Caye Day
A precursor to Belize's Independence Day, this is a day for activities such as the crowning of Miss San Pedro, fishing tournaments, and competitive tug-of-war. San Pedro, Ambergris Caye
September 21, 2011
Belize Independence Day
The country's 30th Independence Day celebration. Various locations.