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Infinity Bay Spa & Beach Resort
Roatán, HondurasEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Infinity Bay Spa & Beach Resort
Nature lovers--birders, beachcombers, and especially divers--love this serene hideaway on Roatán, one of Honduras' Bay Islands.
For those who have plied the waters of Belize, Costa Rica, and Panama, the next undiscovered beach may be on Roatán, Honduras, where the Infinity Bay Spa & Beach Resort is set on the northern coast, between a stretch of wide, white sand beach and a marine preserve. Here, all 125 units, from studio suites to three-bedroom villas, have handcrafted Honduran mahogany furnishings and overlook either the garden or the infinity pool (all rooms also offer views of the aquamarine water). For a small fee, staffers will stock the full-service kitchens, or guests can shop for seasonal, mainland-grown products such as coconuts, mangos, and breadfruit at a nearby market. A bonus? The resort's eco-initiatives, such as solar water heating, ensure minimal impact on the island's pristine landscape.
Rise early and take a morning stroll on the resort's private beach. Be on the lookout for iguanas skittering across powdery white sand.
Continental, Delta, and TACA fly directly into Roatán's Juan Manuel Gálvez International Airport from U.S. cities including Houston, Newark, Atlanta, and Miami.
Arrive at Juan Manuel Gálvez International Airport which is approximately 8 miles from the resort. Anticipate approximately 15-20 minutes of travel time.Westend Beach, West Bay, Roatán, Honduras
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- White sand Beach
- Infinity Fresh Water Pool
- 3 Pool Waterfalls
- Full Service Spa
- Health Club
- Activity Concierge
- Complimentary Kayaking Equipment
- Complimentary Canoeing Equipment
- More Outdoor Activities nearby
- Private Dock
- Water Taxi
- Grocery stores nearby
- Air Conditioning
- Broadband Internet
- Flat-screen TVs
- Satellite Channels
- Fully-equipped Kitchens
- Stainless-steel Appliances
- Pull-out Sofa Beds
- Gorgeous Tile Floors
- Granite Countertops
- Hair Dryers
- Beachfront Restaurant
- Beach Bar
- Swim-up Bar
- 3 person max occupancy in the 1 Bedroom Tropical View
- 5 person max occupancy in the 2 Bedroom Villa Tropical View
- Roundtrip airport transfers
- Welcome Cocktail
- Unlimited use of Kayaks
Why We Love Roatán
Thanks to the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, Roatán's primary draw is scuba diving—for both novices and experts. Those who prefer to stay above sea level can soar over the island's tropical canopy via five zip-line courses.
Half-day excursions from $125 per person.
Where to Eat: At Gio's Restaurant in French Harbour, order the king crab al ajillo, served in garlic butter. There's also the monster-sized Charlie's Big Platter, complete with crab, grilled shrimp, calamari, and lobster.
Main St. 504-2455-5214
Dinner for two $40.
What to Drink: Almost every Roatán bar offers its own twist of the local specialty, the Monkey La La, a mix of Kahlua, vodka, and coconut cream that's named for a native lizard. Try one at the thatch-roofed Sundowner Bar at Half Moon Bay. West End. 504-445-4158
Drinks for two $15.
Best Day Trip: Swim with whale sharks along the coast of nearby Utila Island, where the enormous fish troll the turquoise waters all year. Excursions can be arranged through the resort's Tours and Adventures Kiosk.
Day-long excursions from $160 per person.
Why Go Now
September 11 - 14, 2014
Roatán's Catch and Release Billfish Tournament
Size does count—especially when it comes to marlin, sailfish, and spearfish—during this four-day tournament held each September.
September 15, 2012
This annual celebration includes a children's parade and evening fireworks.
March 25 - 31, 2013
This is a huge Latin American celebration known as Semana Santa and is a party that lasts the entire week before Easter. It is not to be missed on Roatán.