Naïa Resort and Spa encompasses 19 acres of secluded beachfront and lush landscapes within the private 200-acre Cocoplum Community of Placencia, Belize. The resort and residential area extends along nearly one mile of beach, and then inland where 35 beautifully-appointed Beach Houses envelop guests in casual, residential-style luxury.
At the heart of the resort lies Naïa Spa, a breathtaking retreat spread over a collection of small islands dotting an enchanting freshwater lagoon. Hidden pathways accented by muted lights and soft music guide you through a series of bridges connecting each area of the spa where our skilled and experienced therapists work their restorative magic. We have also developed an extensive wellness program that includes a fully-equipped fitness center, plus a yoga and movement studio that overlooks our tranquil lagoon and offers a variety of classes including yoga, mat Pilates and meditation sessions as well as other dynamic training sessions.
We also invite you to savor an authentic taste of Belize in our three inviting restaurants which focus on fresh, local, and seasonally-influenced menus as well as specialty cocktails and healthy options designed to nourish you from the inside out. Explore the beauty of the peninsula with complimentary kayaks and paddleboards. Enjoy a refreshing swim in the resort pool, or continue your wellness journey in our fitness center or yoga and movement studio. The choices are endless.
Unlike other Belize luxury resorts that are far removed from local life, Naïa Resort and Spa encourages guests to fully immerse themselves in the unique community of the Placencia Peninsula. During your stay, you may spot your bartender at the grocery store, or bump into a concierge browsing through a village art gallery. Our multicultural community boasts a rich and storied history that dates back to the Mayans and continues through successive waves of immigration and absorption. To complement your experiences, Naïa offers a variety of classes and activities that encourage guests to form a deeper appreciation for the culture and ecology of Belize, including cooking demonstrations, botanical walks, guest lectures, and more.