Four Seasons Announces Another New Caribbean Property – Caye Chapel, Belize – Overwater Bungalows

Wow, crazy growth in the Caribbean continues for the Four Seasons! After recent announcements of new properties in Anguilla, the Bahamas, Costa Rica, and Puerto Rico, the company has just announced another push into the area with the Four Seasons Resort and Residences Cay Chapel, Belize. The new property is scheduled to open in 2021.

Four Seasons will break ground on Caye Chapel, a private island in Belize, 100 guest rooms and suites designed by Studio Caban, including a collection of overwater bungalows, 50 private estates, and 35 private residences. The 280-acre property will include a private airstrip and marina as well as a “nature and conservation institute by noted explorer Fabien Cousteau.” Myriad amenities include health and wellness facilities, two beach clubs, multiple dining and bar options with sea views, retail outlets, a young residents club, a marina, tennis courts and the 18-hole White Shark Golf Course designed and reinvented by Greg Norman and Lorena Ochoa.

Caye Chapel is located in the Belize archipelago in the Caribbean Sea, adjacent to the UNESCO World Heritage designated Belize Barrier Reef System, the largest reef system in the northern hemisphere. The island will feature an 18-hole golf course designed by Greg Norman in consultation with Lorena Ochoa, a Fabien Cousteau nature and conservation institute, a marina and private airstrip.

“We are excited to be a part of the reimagination of Caye Chapel into an exclusive luxury experience, and to do so in a way that protects and reinforces the natural wonders of the island,” says J. Allen Smith, President and CEO, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.

Exciting, but also pretty incredible when you think that prior to all of these recent announcements, the chain had just one Caribbean property in Nevis.

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