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Pelican Reef Villas Resort
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Coconut Drive, San Pedro, Belize 99999
Named one of the Best Small Hotels for honeymoons in Belize, Pelican Reef Villas is an exclusive beach resort conveniently located 2.5 miles south of San Pedro on the island of Ambergris Caye. With only twenty-four suites we are small and exclusive, which allows us to spend time with you and provide a more personalized vacation experience. We aim to please!

Our property consists of four buildings; all facing the Caribbean Sea and the worlds second largest barrier reef. You have three “view” options in our 2 or 3 bedroom luxury suites: beachfront view, pool/beach view, and pool/garden view. No matter where you stay in our complex, you are literally steps away from our beautiful infinity pool and pool-bar, white sandy beaches, 350 ft. pier with private snorkeling reef, and the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea.

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    Pelican Reef Villas Resort

    Named one of the Best Small Hotels for honeymoons in Belize, Pelican Reef Villas is an exclusive beach resort conveniently located 2.5 miles south of San Pedro on the island of Ambergris Caye. With only twenty-four suites we are small and exclusive, which allows us to spend time with you and provide a more personalized vacation experience. We aim to please! Our property consists of four buildings; all facing the Caribbean Sea and the worlds second largest barrier reef. You have three “view” options in our 2 or 3 bedroom luxury suites: beachfront view, pool/beach view, and pool/garden view. No matter where you stay in our complex, you are literally steps away from our beautiful infinity pool and pool-bar, white sandy beaches, 350 ft. pier with private snorkeling reef, and the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea.