It’s often said we take electricity for granted - especially when it goes out. However, no juice, so to speak, is no problem at Banana Beach Resort, on the southern shore of Ambergris Caye. The resort recently installed a back-up generator large enough to power the entire resort
With increased utility demands, power can sometimes be erratic - that’s just life on the island. And weather is hard to predict no matter where you live. So in the event of power outages, Banana Beach added the generator to assure guest comforts and conveniences, including A/C.
Travel experts have taken notice of the priority Banana Beach places on guest comfort and service. The highly respected travel guide Fodor’s pointed out that “thanks to its friendly staff’s accommodating attitude...this resort has one of the island’s highest guest occupancy rates.”
Gaining quick prominence on Ambergris Caye has been Banana Beach’s El Divino Caribbean Steakhouse and Martini Lounge. Here, you’re sure to find a martini concoction never heard before, such as the Almond Joy martini or San Pedrini, served in the dining room or the adjacent eclectic lounge). El Divino serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and their Brazilian-style rotisserie grill is a house specialty - featuring marinated grilled beef, seafood, poultry, and pork, this promises to be one of your most memorable meals in Belize. Accommodations at Banana Beach consist of one, two, three and four bedroom suites, with a fully equipped kitchen and living room area. http://www.magnumbelize.com/news/newsletter_page2.html