Boutique Resort Buyout: Exclusive Luxury in Belize at Ka’ana

by Carolee Chanona

Traveling in luxury and style just became more easy  — and safe! If you’re ready to travel again but leery of the risks it may entail, the opportunity to buyout an entire boutique resort in Belize might be just the ticket for your next luxury getaway. Amidst travel restrictions, vacationing may seem out of the picture for the unforeseeable future. But what if you could diminish the risk, and safely enjoy a luxurious vacation in Belize? Not to worry – Ka’ana Resort offers the unique opportunity to book its entire property, guaranteeing the utmost privacy, security, and exclusive access to all resort amenities.

A Private Belize Getaway

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Retreat to white linens at Ka'ana Resort in Western Belize.
Ka'ana Resort welcome front guest

Invite friends and family to join on a private getaway, or simply enjoy an intimate retreat – there is no need to occupy every room. Besides a resort buyout adding another layer of comfort to your sense of security, you’ll also have the unique opportunity to create intimate memories with your travel companions. On arrival, Ka’ana extend a direct escort to the resort with a private airport transfer. Although, if traveling by car is not your speed, opt for a private helicopter transfer – straight to the Helipad at Ka’ana. Being a hidden gem in the jungles of Western Belize, a helicopter transfer takes you over jungle reserves, the Maya Mountains, and the spectacular Xunantunich Maya Ruins.

(Fine) Wine and Dining

It should be noted – Ka’ana is home to the largest wine cellar in western Belize. With a wide assortment of small-production and new world selections, the drinks are guaranteed to measure up to the food. Drink in the jungle-casual atmosphere by lounging at The Wallace Bar. Here, handpicked ingredients from the garden transform into reinvented cocktails. Grab a drink before dinner at La Ceiba, or simply tease your palate with “Pedasitos” from the bite-sized perfect Tapas menu.

Meanwhile, their La Ceiba Restaurant is without doubt a farm-to-table experience. Enjoy Belizean favorites and international cuisine with a chef-driven menu for either indoor or outdoor seating; after all, you’ve got the entire resort to yourself! Not up to dinner? Order in for room service to the comfort of the luxury suite, or make the most of the dedicated butlers with a private villa.

Wellness & More at Ka’ana Resort

Is there any better way to unwind than with a holistic spa day? Ka’ana Resort believes there is a physical and spiritual side to relaxation – offering traditional spa services alongside Reiki Healing and local holistic treatments, including their signature Maya Abdominal Massage. Or, you can meditate and move with complimentary morning yoga: poolside or at the on-site yoga deck. Meanwhile, guests can find meditative peace as they take a walk through their Organic Garden, where all produce is handpicked.

Bespoke Boutique Luxury with this Belize Resort Buyout

Besides, each accommodation is completely unique. Enclosed courtyards, private plunge pools, and luxurious outdoor showers complete two available villas, while suites include the casitas, balam, and master suites. Each suite opens to a balcony, terrace, or porch, with hammocks or daybeds as its own unique jungle haven. Kickback, relax, and enjoy the resort’s infinity pool and it’s surrounding sunbathing terrace, or your own private plunge pool. Stroll along footpaths after a nightcap at the Wallace in the cool mist of the jungle’s night air. While each morning, have a front row seat to the sounds of a jungle awakening – you’re on Belize time now.

Reopening in November 2020

While the world is in isolation, you can retreat to a private paradise in Belize! Book the entire resort for a minimum of three nights stay, starting at US$7,999 per night (excluding service charge and hotel tax). However, you can discover your own “heavenly place” with a resort buyout in Belize – your new home away from home.

Photos © Ka'ana Resort

Original article adapted by Ka'ana Resort 

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