Ambergris Caye’s Newest Hotel: Sunset Caribe, Grand Caribe’s Sister Property

by Carolee Chanona

There’s a reason sunsets are constant standbys of writers and poets. Packing a book and sense of adventure to scuba, snorkel or sail, you can watch the sun melt into the Caribbean coast while sipping a poolside cocktail at Ambergris Caye’s newest hotel: Sunset Caribe. As the sister property to Grand Caribe of Caribeville (Population: Happy) just 2 miles north of San Pedro Town, Sunset Caribe’s all-condominium, residential-style dwellings each boast private balconies, free Wi-Fi, full kitchenettes and views of San Pedro’s bayside.

After all, Sunset Caribe banks on 15-years of experience on Ambergris Caye and development already within Caribeville. In case you’ve forgotten how to chill out in the past year, the adjacent white-sands just across the street promises to reacquaint you with the feeling of total relaxation in Belize. Should you need more encouragement, head to the lush Spa & Salon at Grand Caribe. There are two dining concepts at Caribeville: the all-day dining eatery with panoramic views at Rain Restaurant, along with a seafood and steakhouse called Aqua. As for lodgings at Sunset Caribe, there’s a few options:

Pool Side Loft

Poolside lofts are two stories high; upstairs, bask in sunbeams inside your bedroom and 1.5 bathroom before walking out directly to from veranda to pool deck.

1 Bedroom

Designed with modern tropical touch, this spacious 1-bedroom condo features a full-sized living room and kitchen. Additionally, its master bedroom hosts a king size bed.

2 Bedroom

With two bedrooms/two bathrooms, a full-sized kitchen, living room, and a private balcony, this condo is perfect for family and friends traveling together.

3 Bedroom

Perfect for those seeking extra space and comfort; the modern tropical 3-bedroom condos offer maximum privacy and expansive indoor and outdoor space.

Rates start at US$169 per night. For more information, visit Sunset Caribe’s website here. All images courtesy Sunset Caribe/Duarte Dellarole Photography

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