Guatemala and Florida have
been added to the roster of World’s Finest Resorts, bringing WFR members
more than 50 locations from which to choose. Since forming two years ago,
The World’s Finest Resorts (WFR) has selected the highest quality member
resorts and vacation entities including Trapp Family Lodge, Stowe,
Vermont, Poets Cove Seaside Resort and Spa at Bedwell Harbour in the
Pender Island off Vancouver Islands, The Hemingways in Sun Valley Idaho,
and East-West Partners’ Old Greenwood to name a few. On its east coast of Guatemala is WFR’s new affiliate, Club Amatique Bay.
Just 20 nautical miles south of Belize, this private residence club is the
first of its kind in this corner of the world, and The World’s Finest
Resort’s initial entree into South America.
Club Amatique Bay, located on a hilltop on a tiny peninsula features
magnificently appointed 3,400-square-foot colonial-inspired villas lined
with sandstone patios and incredible views. The open living areas fit
Guatemala’s perfect climate as do each villa’s infinity edge pool, outdoor
kitchen and lounge area. The resort also offers full services including a
selection of spa treatments; in-villa chef’s dining experiences and
complete pampering programs.
Tate Watson, developer of Private Latitudes (Santa Rosa Beach, Florida)
says, “We chose WFR because of their comprehensive knowledge of this
business and their obvious commitment to the developer and the members. We
look forward to offering our fractional owners all of the opportunities of
world wide exchange so they experience fractional ownership with many
WFR’s recent Florida affiliate taps into beach homes on Florida’s Emerald
Coast. Private Latitudes has a particularly unique niche to shared
ownership with private $2-$6 million dollar homes.
Each Private Latitudes Home is either brand new or close to it and all
have Gulf or Ocean views; they are fully furnished and outfitted with all
top of the line furnishings, accessories, appliances and interior design
touches any fine upscale home would have.