Chaa Creek – voted as Best Environmentally Friendly Hotels in the World
Tuesday, November 24th, 2009
The Lodge at Chaa Creek has been selected as one of the best environmentally friendly hotels in the world by CNN Traveler Magazine. According to the CNN press release, Chaa Creek was listed 2nd amongst 6 other internationally recognized hotels.
The preferred environmentally friendly hotels were located in Kenya, Australia, Philippines, Ecuador, Switzerland, and of course Belize. The Lodge at Chaa Creek was the only Central American hotel to be included in this distinguished directory.
CNN Traveler is published in two editions, one for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA edition) and the other for Asia Pacific (AP edition) to ensure greater relevance to readers.
The Magazine has a readership of approximately 308,000 per issue and has received many accolades for its award-winning writing and world renowned photography. Belize’s first Green Globe certified resort, the Lodge at Chaa Creek caters to eco-adventure families , friends & honeymooners and hosts an internationally recognized Natural History Museum, Butterfly Farm, Rainforest Medicine Trail and full service spa.
The lodge’s 365 acre private reserve also accommodates the Macal River Camp and provides miles of trails for walking, birding, mountain biking, horseback riding, a fleet of canoes, and a new eco-friendly swimming pool. The on-site organic farm supplies farm fresh food daily for delicious regional fare while elegant accommodations create an ambiance of peace and serenity.
Staffed by 130 professional individuals and with only 23 distinctive spaces, this romantic little lodge blessed with understated Belizean charm and a spectacular jungle setting guarantees a unique and truly intimate experience.
Reef and Rainforest combination packages are also offered with Chaa Creek’s Caribbean partners.
For more information about The Lodge at Chaa Creek, toll free USA 877-709-8708, UK 0-207-096-0329, Belize 501-824-2037 reservations[ at]chaacreek.com or visit the web site at http://www.chaacreek.com/belize-travel-blog/2009/
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