The Family Coppola Hideaways in Belize will welcome guests back to their trifecta of Caribbean resorts once they reopen on November 1. Being always remote, secluded and sustainable by design, you can vacation like a Coppola in Belize! Escape to any one, or all, of their three hideaways in Belize to enjoy the utmost in privacy. Undoubtedly, each hideaway is just that: hidden away off-the-beaten path from mass tourism. As the country lays out its exit strategy from border closures late March, Belize introduces its Gold Standard Recognition Program for its overnight tourism sector. In short, being recognized as a Gold Standard accommodation is to instill confidence in Belize’s tourism product and assure visitors that health and safety are top priorities for the destination.
“We will be following all of the Belize Gold standard requirements for reopening [on November 1]; all tours and transfers will be offered privately,” said Christine Gaudenzi, director of sales & marketing for The Family Coppola Hideaways in a written statement.
The Family Coppola Hideaways: Turtle Inn, Coral Caye, and Blancaneaux Lodge
The trifecta of tiny luxury resorts under the Family Coppola Hideaways’ portfolio include two in Southern Belize, and one in Western Belize: Turtle Inn, Coral Caye, and Blancaneaux Lodge, respectfully. Inside, each individual dwelling is designed in detail for seclusion and privacy. One bedroom cottages and cabanas can be enjoyed all to yourself; meanwhile, larger two bedroom villas are ideal for traveling families. Onsite, each hideaway guest can enjoy more than one dining venue – or take it even more intimate, with a view like Blancaneaux Lodge’s Privassion Creek. All the while from arrival to departure, breathe easy in any Coppola open-air thatch dwelling; each are naturally cooled, whether by either beachfront sea-breeze or high-elevation mountain air.
Vacation like a Coppola in Belize
Indulge in low-key luxe at one, or all, of the Family Coppola Hideaways in Belize. From the natural serenity of the Maya Mountains to the shores of Placencia Lagoon, you are reminded that paradise can exist in more than one locale: Belize. Alongside the country’s Gold Standard Recognition Program, each recognized accommodation will be considered a ‘safe corridor‘ in Belize.
Nestled in the Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve, Blancaneaux Lodge is a 20-room luxury hideaway where waterfalls tumble into turquoise pools above the jungle canopy. Not to mention, its remote mountain setting allows guests to explore the ancient civilization of the Maya. After, retreat to your dwelling inside the rainforest, rich with Guatemalan décor amongst pine foliage. At Turtle Inn, the 25-room seafront escape delights guests with individual thatched cottages inspired by Bali. Besides, the white-sand beach dissolves into the clear Caribbean Sea on the Placencia Peninsula just steps beyond your private deck.
“We like to say the properties are SPF 100 – safety, protection and familiarity. Our Hideaways are the perfect, secluded getaway.”
If you’re looking to immerse yourself in nothing but the Caribbean Sea, then the private island of Coral Caye is just the place. Just 8 miles from Turtle Inn, enjoy two cottages with an open-air living and dining space; this location is especially perfect for a couple or family of up to ten persons. To learn more details about the Family Coppola Hideaways in Belize resorts and how they plan to reopen, visit here.