A New Era in Tropical Elegance
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Masterfully developed by a pair of European visionaries who sought to create the ultimate escape where people could unwind and tune in to the natural world, the Placencia Hotel brings a new interpretation of tropical luxury to the peninsula’s beachfront. This relaxing setting features approximately 100 Condominiums in one- to three-story buildings on their own pristine beach overlooking the Caribbean Sea, a three-meal gourmet restaurant and bar, a private pier lounge under a large palapa, two tennis courts and the country’s largest infinity-edge freshwater pool.
Sporting Life at the Placencia
Discover our World-Renowned Water Playground
The Placencia’s private acres are a promise that every day is a new opportunity to discover a different facet of Belize’s natural treasures. Relish the excitement of kayaking, fishing, diving and snorkeling in the vibrant, turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea. Explore above the water, beneath the coral-rich sea or along white-sand beaches. Spend just one day at The Placencia and you’re in for a revelation.
Adventures in Dining
Sample a World of Native Flavors
Dining at The Placencia is an adventure in calm Caribbean settings, gracious Belizean service and imaginative cuisine. Savor organic fruits, vegetables and herbs harvested in our on-site culinary gardens along with fresh fish and shellfish brought in daily from our bountiful shores. Menus pair classic dishes with local cultural influences, accompanied by signature cocktails and international wines. Cool ocean breezes and panoramic views beckon from the Pier Bar and Lounge, poised over the water and under a shady palapa.
Weather in Placencia
Sunset: 6:15 pm
Blue Creek Cave
Only an hour and a half from The Placencia, this scenic day trip is one of the best-kept secrets in Belize.
Come explore the world's only jaguar preserve at the nearby Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary.
Monkey River Tour
Countless rainforest creatures, including the famous howler monkeys, crocodiles and a menagerie of exotic birds make this boat trip down the Monkey River a memorable experience.
Take a step back in time and discover magical Mayan ruins, including Lubaantun, Nim Li Punit and Xunantunich.