Coppola Hideaways announces “Dream Now, Travel Later” Campaign

by McNab Editorial Team

Dream Now, Travel Later Campaign

We can all agree once travel reopens, we will all savor our next holiday that much more. After all, dreaming is a form of planning. That’s why The Family Coppola Resorts announced their latest campaign to “Dream Now, Travel Later”! Choose to stay at either of their 3 amazing properties in Belize and Guatemala (La Lancha, Blancaneaux Lodge or Turtle Inn) and enjoy special perks. Not to mention, their “Dream Now, Travel Later” special includes $100 resort credit, which can be put towards either tours, spa treatments and much more, for stays of four nights or more.

Additionally, guests can enjoy 20% off published rates and free room upgrades at the time of booking, which is subject to availability. This special offer is available for any new future booking, apart from a few festive dates for 2020 and 2021. Book by June 2020 to enjoy this offer at the Family Coppola Resorts!

Blancaneaux Lodge

Blancaneaux Lodge nestled within Mountain Pine Ridge.

Called “a dramatic hideaway in a rainforest wonderland”, the Coppola family first opened this retreat to the public in 1993. Ever since, guests swear they’ve arrived in Eden at first glance of Blancaneaux Lodge. The 20-room luxury hideaway is tucked into a dense, flowering jungle within the Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve. Here, Maya people once roamed this lush land. Plus, each accommodation is lavished with original furnishings handmade in-country, while nothing beats each lodging’s thatched roof for authenticity. From dramatic waterfalls to lavish onsite dining courtesy of award-winning chefs, Blancaneaux Lodge has no equal. Find out for yourself how it feels to vacation in paradise by making your future reservation under the Coppola campaign. 

Turtle Inn

Turtle Inn
The Family Coppola Hideaways in Belize, like Turtle Inn, blend signature Balinese design with Caribbean flair.

For those seeking the ultimate on sugar-like beaches and unspoiled surroundings, Turtle Inn is the place to sojourn ever since 2001. There, the Coppola family vowed to create a refuge for travelers seeking both tranquility and an adventure-filled Belize getaway. Subsequently, this intimate, 25-room seafront nirvana, is divided into separate thatched cottages offering unprecedented privacy and intimacy. The Inn’s interiors are filled with Balinese furnishings, adding charm and beauty to each villa. Located in close proximity to the Caribbean Sea and the village of Placencia, gourmet meals are designed to tempt taste buds, but for guests, the biggest threat of all is truly getting away from the pace of life and all of its stressors!

La Lancha

Photos Courtesy: The Family Coppola Hideaways

Imagine yourself lounging in an oversized surrounded by rainforest. However, you don’t have to just imagine it. You can visit La Lancha, a rustic 10-room lodge that sits high above the Lago Petén Itzá shore. This hideaway is not for vacationers who crave crowds. Size alone makes this small slice of heaven one of the most romantic and intimate retreats imaginable. You’ll even be close to Maya ruins that offer 3,000 unique structures for exploration. With gourmet food, a world of privacy and a rare opportunity to listen to the silence accompanied only by birds and breezes, La Lancha is the gift you give yourself. 

Cassa Zenda

Cassa-Zenda
Photos Courtesy: The Family Coppola Hideaways

Cassa Zenda is a private home turned rentable retreat – the newest resort to the Family Coppola Hideaways as of December 2019. As such, this second lodge in Guatemala (after La Lancha in the north, near Tikal) creates a circuit between the Coppola properties in Belize. Travel upriver through Guatemala’s serpentine Rio Dulce, surrounded by the rainforest for a dockside arrival on Lago de Izabal. Here, steep canyons frame the muddy riverbank, ushering you into a tranquil jungle escape dotted by thatched dwellings. Cassa Zenda is the ultimate family or group getaway destination – perfect for the latest Coppola campaign.

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