Chabil Mar wins TripAdvisor’s 2014 Certificate of ExcellencePosted on Wednesday, May 28th, 2014
Trip Advisor, the world’s largest and most respected travel site recently awarded Chabil Mar with a 2014 Certificate of Excellence Award. The accolade honors hospitality excellence, and is given only to establishments that consistently achieve outstanding traveler reviews on Trip Advisor. To qualify, businesses must maintain an overall rating of four or higher, out of a possible five, as reviewed by travelers on TripAdvisor.
Chabil Mar is located along the 26-mile-long beautiful Placencia Peninsula in southern Belize and sits between an indigenous Garinagu settlement and the former Creole fishing village of Placencia.
Marketing Manager Larry France said that just last week Chabil Mar received a Fodor’s Choice Award as one of the best resorts in Belize. “ To see a respected travel site like Trip Advisor honor Chabil Mar with a certificate of excellence award shows that we are really working diligently in this tourism industry”, he said. “Of course our staff also deserves big praise”, he added when asked about how he felt about Chabil Mar receiving another prestigious recognition.
About Chabil Mar:
Chabil Mar appeals to the discerning traveler looking to combine adventure and cultural experience with stylish, upscale and guest exclusive accommodations in Placencia, Belize.
Chabil Mar is Placencia’s only Guest Exclusive Resort, reserving the entire resort amenities for the private use of their guests.
The resort is comprised of 19 spacious villas and 1 honeymoon suite. Located on 400 feet of private Caribbean beach, Chabil Mar boutique resort boasts two beachfront infinity swimming pools nestled in lush tropical gardens, a private pier for swimming and reserved dining, a complimentary fleet of kayaks and bikes, free Wi-Fi, a bar, an outdoor restaurant with great food and views of the turquoise Caribbean Sea.
For more information about Chabil Mar, visit our web site at: Chabil Mar – Beauty by Belize, Luxury by Design
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