Whether you are traveling alone, honeymooning, or taking a family vacation, choose to stay with SunBreeze Suites Belize Hotel.

SunBreeze Suites Welcomes You To Beautiful Belize

SunBreeze Suites is a unique resort with 21 Ocean Front Suites that sits on the beach facing the Caribbean Sea and Second Largest Barrier Reef in San Pedro, Ambergris Caye.  SunBreeze Suites offers 8 Ocean Front Suites and 13 Ocean View Suites.  Each Suite comes with a private balcony which offers stunning views of the crystal clear blue ocean.   The relaxed and friendly ambience is quickly felt as you check into The Resort.

SunBreeze Suites is not only located on the beachside but is also ideally located at the south edge of the picturesque San Pedro Town.  This offers our guests convenience and ease to embrace a true Belizean Experience.  Within short walks from SunBreeze Suites you will find local Food Deli’s, Fresh Tropical Fruit Stands, and beachside carving exhibitions.

San Pedro Town offers a variety of restaurant cuisine options, coffee shops and live entertainment restaurant over the water.  The friendly personnel at SunBreeze Suites is always willing to assist with recommendations and also assist in booking your daily adventures such as snorkelling, parasailing, diving and full day inland tours.

Resort Amenities:

View our Suites and Rooms
  • Ocean View Suites

    Enjoy gorgeous views of the Sea from our one bedroom ocean view suites.
    1 Bedroom / 1 Bath. Bedding: King bed or two twin beds and a twin size futon

  • Ocean Front Suites

    Offers stunning and panoramic vies of the Ocean.
    Perfect for couples!! 1 Bed / 1 Bath – Queen Bed

Ambergris Caye Belize

Think of Ambergris Caye, an island, (Belize’s largest island) featuring an almost untouched mangrove swamp in the center surrounded by white sandy beach and turquoise blue water.  Ambergris Caye is known for, scuba diving and water sports mostly because of the second largest barrier reef in the world just off its eastern shore.

Ambergris Caye is also known as La Isla Bonita after a popular song by Madonna released in 1986 – a song about San Pedro, La Isa Bonita.

Because of the barrier reef, there are relatively small waves coming to shore on the eastern side of the island,  so the waves there are not large.  It creates perfect calm waters for family snorkel adventures.

Ambergris Caye is an island, separated from the Yucatan, Peninsula of Mexico by a narrow body of water that may be natural or may have been a canal created by seafaring Mayans which seems to be the local legend.   This channel is located at Bacalar Chico – and is a Natural Reserve .

Bacalar Chico National Park and Marine Reserve is accessible by boat but requires an hour-long  ride from San Pedro to reach it.  It is a breeding area for green sea turtles and loggerhead turtles as well as Queen conch, Nassau and Yellow fin Groupers. 

A great deal of the island is completely undeveloped, Bacalar Chico National Park and Marine Reserve is 28, 169 acre protected area and is a terrestrial and marine park and  a UNESCO World Heritage Site is located on the northern tip of Ambergris Caye.

Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley off the southern tip of Ambergris Caye, located right by the barrier reef.  A Must Do snorkel adventure when visiting San Pedro, Belize.   It covers about 7 sq. miles and just as the name suggests it has plenty of sharks and rays, and many different species of fish and spectacular floral formations.  The abundance of marine life in and around the Belize Barrier Reef makes Ambergris Caye a “bucket-list” destination for divers and snorkellers alike.

San Pedro is the town of the island and resorts extend for miles both north and south of the town.

San Pedro Town Belize

San Pedro is a town on Southern Part  of the island of Ambergris Caye in Belize.  It is a very popular tourist destination in a country where tourism is a vital part of the economy.

There are around 25,000 local residents in San Pedro.  It has the largest concentration of visitor accommodations in Belize featuring some of the best tourism facilities, like hotels, fishing and diving anywhere in Belize and possibly anywhere in the world still yet far from crowded.

San Pedro Town was a fishing village before it became the tourism destination that it is today.  There is a welcoming, informal “vibe” to La Isla Bonita and the main methods of transportation are golf carts and bicycles.  San Pedro is a very informal and relaxed place to be.

Tourism has grown over the years.   Fishing has now become a tourism segment.   Anglers’ all over the world come to experience Belize Fly fishing and/or spin fishing in the flats for Bonefish, Permit and Tarpon or Reef fishing.

In San Pedro, Belize there is some of the best diving and snorkelling in the world with the largest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere about half of a mile from seashore.

Of course, where great fishing and tourists come together you can expect plenty of fantastic seafood at almost every restaurant in town.  Fresh seafood and cold Belizean beer “ Belikin” surrounded by blue water with lots to do.  What’s not to like?

Rent a golf cart, take a taxi, bicycle or simply walk around the San Pedro.

While San Pedro is the most visited island in Belize, it is still not as popular when compared to other Caribbean Island – It is not as tourist-y . It’s almost as much about what’s not here as it is about what’s here.  You won’t find gigantic resorts, or huge malls with all of the latest luxury brands like you will in the Mayan Riveria.  You’ll find colorful local shops filled with friendly people.

This is a town that tourists have discovered but haven’t yet changed its character.  It’s still a fishing village at heart

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Things To Do in San Pedro and San Pedro Beaches

In Ambergris Caye, there is plenty of sand to stretch out on.  Because of the second largest barrier reef in the world off shore, no waves make it to the beach. All of the beaches are public even with a house on the beach so walk to your heart’s content – there aren’t any “no trespassing” signs on the beach.

Here are some things to do in San Pedro:

Secret Beach

Rent a golf cart and head north of Ambergris Caye to Secret Beach about 7 miles north of San Pedro Town.  You’ll find a beautiful beach and swimming area.  Secret Beach is the worst-kept secret in Belize!

45 minutes by golf cart.

Truck Stop:

Rent a golf cart and head 1 mile north of San Pedro Town – The Truck stop is a food container park and has fun nights such as movie nights, trivia nights, live music nights etc.

Palapa Bar

Perfect Swimming Location at Palapa Bar & Grill – located over the water just a 5 minute walk from SunBreeze Suites;  Float in inner tubes while enjoying your Belikin Beer or Tropical Cocktail.

Crocks Bar & Grill

Watch the crocodiles at sunset while enjoying a fun afternoon.  One mile north of San Pedro.

Crazy Canucks

Crab Race – Tuesday! Hermit Crab Races at Canucks.

Boca del Rio Park

Boca del Rio Park is the go-to beach for islanders on the weekends. Rent a beach umbrella some lounge chairs and table, White sandy beach with swimming area and seawall all recently refurbished by the Belize Tourism Board and the San Pedro Town Council.

Nightlife

For islanders the main “party nights” are like everywhere else – Thursday, Friday and Saturday.  However, since San Pedro hosts so many tourists, there’s something interesting to do every night of the week!

There are bars featuring Karaoke and live music, or you can go to the movies at the Truck Stop on movie nights

Karaoke, live music and movies are some of the offerings you’ll find most nights in San Pedro Town.  the main mode of transportation is golf cart

San Pedro Airport, Flights & Ferries

There are many ways to get to and from San Pedro.  You can fly from Belize City with scheduled service from either Maya Island Air or Tropic Air.  You can take a ferry that has regularly scheduled departures from Belize City, or you can use the services of a water taxi on your own schedule.

The Airport in San Pedro is John Greif II Airport is an airport that serves San Pedro and Ambergris Caye, Belize. The airport has maintenance and terminal facilities as well as a paved and marked runway.

The airport is right in the middle of the bustling town at 7 Coconut Dr, San Pedro, Belize

San Pedro Belize Weather

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In San Pedro, the summers are long, hot, very humid, and often overcast.  Summer is the rainy season.  The winters are warm and mostly clear which makes it ideal for North Americans and Europeans trying to escape winter in their own country.

Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 72°F to 88°F and is rarely below 66°F or above 90°F.

Most of the tourism occurs from mid-December to late April which coincides with the sunniest part of the year in Belize, and not quite so humid as the summers.

San Pedro Real Estate

Many people come to the island as tourists, fall in love with the island and decide to make more permanent arrangements.

San Pedro boasts a busy real estate market with properties of all types for sale throughout the island.  Do you want to be a resort owner?  Restauranteur?  Home owner?  There is something for everyone in San Pedro.

Most of the real estate available on Ambergris Caye is along the sea shore on the island’s coast or in San Pedro Town.  The center of the island is relatively undeveloped.