Seiri del Mar
Luxury Seaside Villas
About Seiri Del Mar
Seiri del Mar is a sophisticated, peaceful resort located on the outskirts of Hopkins Village. The word Seiri means “Heaven” in Garifuna, and this place literally feels like Heaven by the Sea with its breathtaking views overlooking crystal clear Caribbean waters.
Not only does this resort offer beautiful villas with one to three bedrooms, but it also offers tranquility in its pristine natural surroundings that are home to an assortment of birds. The hotel has five buildings each containing accommodations which provide privacy for all types of travelers from couples looking for peace away from bustling urban cities or families who wish their children could experience nature first hand.
If you’re looking for some peace and quiet, Seiri offers just what your spirit needs. It’s also close to Hopkins Village where guests can get groceries and enjoy the beautiful coastline. A short 20 minutes away you can go diving and enjoy snorkeling or alternatively engage with our concierge and explore some ancient Mayan ruins!
Our Luxury Villas
With 18 villas in total, one can enjoy the tranquility of the Caribbean Sea and beautiful beach at will. There is a lagoon 200 yards from Seiri for exploring or for the avid angler or fly fisherman to put their skills to the test! The bedrooms at Seiri Del Mar all have en-suite bathrooms, while most two-bedroom units have an outdoor shower for an under-the-stars experience!
Bespoke Villa Options
Unique Guest Services
Activities & Restaurants
Whether you’d like to experience the local flavours and renowned rum cocktails of the Rhum Shack or head to one of the many restaurants in Hopkins Village, Seiri del Mar guests and staff have had the pleasure of eating at these fabulous restaurants in the village. You will have a wide selection of cuisines to choose from. In addition to this, the resort has a lot of activities available for you to enjoy and arranges a wide selection of day trips to ensure you experience the local attractions including the Mayan and Garifuna culture that the area is famous for.