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Announcing the Grand Opening of GAÏA Riverlodge

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San Ignacio, November 9, 2012 – The newly renamed and redesigned GAÏA Riverlodge is set to open its doors this Saturday, November 10th. Formerly the Five Sisters Lodge, this scenic property which has been closed for renovation since August, will officially relaunch as GAÏA Riverlodge with a fresh aesthetic and wonderful amenities.

“We are thrilled to welcome our first guests,” says Daniel Lighter, owner of both GAÏA Riverlodge and its sister property Matachica Resort and Spa, located in Ambergris Caye. “This is such an exciting time for us and we look forward to further developing our services and relations within the Belizean community.”

Tucked away inside the lush Mountain Pine Ridge Forest, GAÏA Riverlodge has been redesigned with major upgrades to the signature cabanas as well as the main lodge building. The sixteen cabanas now boast hardwood floors, bathrooms with hand-painted Mexican tiles, panorama windows or private verandas with relaxing hammocks. Handmade Mahogany furnishings and luxurious Matouk and Frette linens also add to the comfort to the revamped lodge.

The breathtaking location that has charmed and inspired locals and travelers alike for years will continue to offer unparalleled adventures for the eco tourist at more-than-competitive prices. We invite you to discover your adventurous side and enjoy the utmost in service, hospitality and ecotourism that GAÏA Riverlodge has to offer.

Should you have any questions, or wish to receive additional information on the newly launched GAÏA Riverlodge, please feel free to contact ZOÏ Agency:

Cristi Young, 212.229.9888, [email protected]
Fiona Dalrymple, 514. 282. 9888, [email protected]

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