Belize Resort Deals
- A Four-Night Stay for Two in a One-Bedroom Sunset Suite ($649) or a One-Bedroom Oceanfront Suite ($699)
- Or, a Six-Night Stay for Two in a One-Bedroom Sunset Suite ($949) or a One-Bedroom Ocean Suite ($1, 099)
- 24-Hour Placencia Airport Transfers
- Shuttle to Placencia Village
- Access to Non-Motorized Water Sports and Bikes
- Upgrades to Two-Bedroom or Penthouse Suite or Private Island Tour Available
- After Purchase, Follow Your Voucher's Redemption Instructions to Complete Your Reservation
Elegant beachfront resort in Belize features bars, restaurants, and water sports aplenty.
Set just off the sandy beach of an 18-mile isthmus, the Belize Ocean Club Resort is surrounded by water—and it makes good use of the prime location. Every guest suite boasts serene views of the sea, whether it's crashing along the shoreline or glittering in front of a brilliant sunset. Your private, oversize terrace was designed to soak up the view—though the travertine marble flooring, air conditioning, ceiling fans, Wi-Fi, en-suite bathroom with Jacuzzi tub, and custom kitchen provide a tranquil place to unwind indoors, as well.
On site, you can choose from two restaurants—dig into fresh, healthy fare on the beach under thatched roofs, or in front of gorgeous lagoon and mountain views—and two bars, one of which is a swim-up spot in the enormous infinity pool fronting the beach. Refresh at the spa, borrow a bike to explore inland, or grab some snorkeling gear to dive into one of the largest barrier reefs in the Western Hemisphere. You'll also be near to some of the world's best saltwater fly-fishing. If you plan your trip between March and June, you could even score a bucket list-worthy chance to swim with gentle whale sharks. Jungle excursions, cave tubing, zip-lining, exploring ancient Mayan ruins—whatever adventure you seek, you'll find it in the real Belize.
Deep blue lagoons, lush green rain forests, and buttery-sand beaches—it's a dream-like scene in Belize. A tropical paradise that's become an increasingly popular second residence for celebrities and a haven for dive enthusiasts, Belize is something of a lost world—thatched roofs and clapboard houses add a minimal and unobtrusive charm to the largely undisturbed shorelines, and the Mayan ruins that pepper the jungle speak to a long, rich, and mysterious history.