Belize’s Newest Beach Bungalows Debut on The Boston Globe

by Carolee Chanona

In a recount of The Boston Globe‘s “Here, There, Everywhere” editorial section, Belize’s newest beach bungalows makes a debut. After all, 12 new bungalows joined the private villas at this luxury, family-owned all-inclusive boutique resort in Placencia, Belize. Unique to Belize, the owners of Sirenian Bay also have their own tour company in Placencia, Captain Jak’s, which will allow guests to experience consistent gold standard policies and procedures throughout every step of their trip. Below, read on for The Boston Globe’s review of Sirenian Bay’s all-inclusive beach bungalows.



Seascapes at Sirenian Bay.

When your travel-comfort-meter reads “go,” Belize is open and ready to receive international travelers. Perfect for coastal-social distancing, 12 new one- and two-bedroom Caribbean beachfront bungalows at Sirenian Bay Resort & Villas offer ocean or pool views, sleep up to six guests, and feature private porches or balconies and outdoor showers. Not to mention, with a new all-inclusive experience


The Crab Bungalow at Sirenian Bay Resort.

Located in Placencia, at the southern tip of an emerald peninsula in southern Belize, the family-owned all-inclusive boutique resort can be a jumping off point for local adventures (jungle ziplines, diving, snorkeling, fly fishing, and more) or enjoyed by simply relaxing by the pool, The Siren’s Spa, and dining with a tropical drink (and mini-golf!) at Inky’s 19th Hole Restaurant.

The Manatee Villa at Sirenian Bay.

In addition, the resort has three villas ideal for multigenerational families, large groups, and wedding parties. Stay updated with Belize international entry requirements here. Room rates start from $325/night for one-bedroom bungalow at Additionally, complimentary local ground transportation from the airport and other amenities ensure that from beginning to end, your vacation at Sirenian Bay will be relaxing and hassle-free.

Read the full Here, There, Everywhere feature of Belize on The Boston Globe here.

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