The Radisson Fort George Hotel has amassed a variety of paintings by local artists over the years. You will see them prominently displayed as you walk our halls and hang out in any of our public spaces.Belize’s history is one of British colonization. Paintings of early 20th century scenes depict life as see in this painting done by Louis Belisle. Location: Caracol Room
Maya Temples can be found all over Belize. This Belisle painting depicts the grandeur of these temples. Location: Caracol Room
The Paslow Building was a landmark for many years in the city. This painting by C. Bardalez reminds us of its past existence. Location: in between the first and second floor of the Fort George Wing.
The Radisson Fort George commissioned these two paintings by Alex Sanker. They show his different styles, but both are bold. The footballer hangs out in the gym, (no pun intended), and a few of Alex’s paintings may be seen as you head into the Caracol and Altun Ha rooms for a meeting or a social gathering.
Once upon a time, for many years, Z-Line bus serviced the South of our country. Paintings like this one by Papo bring back memories. Location: above the stairs in between the lobby and the Baymen’s Tavern.
This is only a sampling of the paintings that may be found in and around the Radisson. Yes, we have nice rooms and great views, and our food is among the best in the country, but we are also very proud of our collection of paintings. We invite you to slow down and take a look at the artistry rendered by Belizean painters in this collection. They are colorful, historical pieces that tell the Belizean story; take time to stop and stare. We don’t mind if you do.