Princess Hotel Casino Resort
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Looking for a place to get away and have the time of your life? Then look no further than Belize's Princess Hotel and Casino. This one-of-a-kind luxury hotel is a wonderful haven for those seeking paradise.
The casino has 400 state-of-the-art gaming machines. The Princess also has Blackjack , Roulette and Caribbean Poker if the tables are more to your liking. Afterward, you can head off to the nightclubs or the cabarets, which play every night.
The Princess Hotel and Casino is open every day of the year from noon to 4am. If you prefer the nighttime scene, you don't even have to worry about finding a place to grab a quick bite; the hotel has a buffet that's open until midnight. It's not your run-of-the-mill buffet either, you'll be hard pressed to find a better nighttime snack.
Each of the 181 luxurious rooms in the Princess has a stunning view of the Caribbean Sea. Each room is equipped with everything you could want in a room. The business suites, family suites and presidential suite have even more to offer.
The Seaview restaurant is the main eatery in the Princess hotel and is named for the magnificent vista it overlooks.
Unique to the Princess Hotel and Casino are 2 state-of-the-art movie theaters that both seat over 150 people. With Dolby Stereo surround sound and comfortable reclining seats, you can take a relaxing break to enjoy a good film.
A recent but very popular addition to the complex is the bowling alley and gaming arcade. Eight bowling lanes, pool tables and 100 arcade games are all at the disposal of guests who want to enjoy games of a different sort than the casino ones.
If you're looking for things to do near the Princess Hotel and Casino you won't be short on choices. The ancient Mayan sites are stunning, as is the local rainforest.
For those who like a bit more adventure, there is horseback riding, canoeing, hiking and also snorkeling and scuba diving in the splendid barrier reef.
Belize lies on the eastern coastline of Central America and is bordered on the north by Mexico, on the west and south by Guatemala, and on the east by the Caribbean Sea.