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If you are looking for a place to stay in Placencia Belize, the following is a list of the top Placencia Peninsula Hotels and Resorts.

Chabil Mar HotelRanked #1 of 20 Hotels in Placencia

“Mayan for “Beautiful Sea”, Chabil Mar sits at the end of the 16–mile Placencia Peninsula, nestled on 400′ of private beachfront. Chabil Mar is a personal paradise, while only a stroll along the beach to the center of Placencia Village.”

Maya Beach HotelRanked #2 of 20 Hotels in Placencia

“From this little beachfront inn you can kayak, take long beach walks, cycle to a friendly nearby village, and swim in the Caribbean. And that’s just before breakfast. Add a tour or two and spend the day snorkeling, diving, fishing, manatee sighting, bird watching, jungle trekking, jaguar spotting, Mayan pyramid climbing or cave tubing, and you’ll be ready for a good meal in the lively Maya Beach Hotel Bistro and a good nights’ sleep in a simple, beach-basic B&B-style room. Arrive with a smile, and leave with a bigger one.”

Green Parrot Beach Houses Ranked #4 of 20 Hotels in Placencia

“Located in Southern Belize, the Green Parrot Beach Houses and Resort is beach-front on the Placencia Peninsula. The Resort is situated on a white sand beach overlooking the blue waters of the Caribbean Sea in the heart of Maya Beach, Belize on the Placencia Peninsula.”

Turtle InnRanked #5 of 20 Hotels in Placencia

“Turtle Inn is sandwiched between the Garifuna settlement of Seine Bight and the Creole fishing village of Placencia at the tip of a narrow 26-mile long sandy peninsula. To the east, the Caribbean Sea is studded by a patchwork of coral cayes and the Belize Barrier Reef UNESCO World Heritage site.”

Laru Beya Resort & VillasRanked #6 of 20 Hotels in Placencia

“We’re just a short walk from the Garifuna village of Seine Bight and three miles from the restaurant- and nightlife-filled town of Placencia. And when you’re ready to really go exploring, Laru Beya (which means “on the beach” in Garifuna) is also conveniently located for adventure, allowing you to easily go diving in the barrier reef, visit Mayan archeological sites, explore caves, or thrill at local wildlife.”


 Posted by on March 23, 2015

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