Turquoise Bay Resort Roatan, Honduras
Pool and Beach
Cool off in our tropical pool or sunbathe on the terrace overlooking the beach and sparkling waters of the Caribbean Sea. Guests can also enjoy the privacy and tranquility of the longest private beach in Roatan. Our white sand beach has palapas and palm trees offering shade, beach bar, lounge chairs and a volleyball court. Our bay is protected by a mangrove island and the off-shore reef so the water is calm and perfect for swimming or kayaking. Pedal boats and jet skis can also be rented.
Enjoy full waiter service at your beach chair and poolside.
Enjoy a relaxing day on the private beach at Turquoise Bay Resort in Roatan
Get picked up at the cruise ship terminal and enjoy the spectacular views of Roatan from the air-conditioned bus on your way to the Resort in the East End of the island. You basically get a free island tour.
Your beach trip includes: roundtrip transportation, tropical Fruit Cocktail, use of the private beach and sport facilities like swimming pool and volleyball court and all amenities such as lounge chairs, beach tables, umbrellas, showers, towels, lockers, dressing room & toilets.
There is a beach bar and a restaurant where you can purchase drinks and meals. Also available on site for an additional charge are snorkel trips to the reef, jet skis, kayaks and pedal boats.
Whatever you desire, the Concierge at Turquoise Bay is here to assist you. We can provide dining recommendations, resort and island information, tours and activities and assist with car rentals and taxis. Our staff can create individual and customized tours, dinners or special events. Let us know how to make your vacation extraordinary.
Roatan's Ocean View Udarau Restaurant
Let our chefs impress you with their creativity and daily specials as you experience the local flavours of Roatan and international cuisine at Udurau (meaning "Fish" in Garifuna) Restaurant. Order from our a la carte menu or enjoy our daily breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets while dining in our air-conditioned dining room or outdoor patio with spectacular ocean views.
"Stylish Beachfront Dive Resort" Says It All
The resort has a total of 26 rooms nestled throughout our property. There are 20 rooms in hillside bungalows set amongst palm trees and tropical gardens. Enjoy spacious rooms with stylish Caribbean décor and views of turquoise waters and our white sand beach from your private terrace. For guests who want to be closer to the dive shop, pool or beach we have six rooms in our "Central America" building. Enjoy rooms decorated with signature items from each Central American country.
Room Amenities Include:
- Two double beds or one king-size bed;
- Covered balcony or terrace;
- Private bath with hot water;
- Cable TV with US channels;
- Coffee machine;
- Hair Dryer;
- Internet access (additional fee)
© Turquoise Bay Resort
Welcome to Roatan, the largest of the Bay Islands in Honduras. Discover an island with authentic Caribbean and Latin American lifestyles and warm, friendly islanders greeting you wherever you go. Located on Roatan's Northeast shore Turquoise Bay is the only dive resort in this lush and remote area of the island providing you with the opportunity to dive uncrowded, pristine dive sites. The resort is set on a hillside with spectacular ocean views and a protected bay which makes the water calm and perfect for swimming and kayaking. Beach lovers will enjoy our private, tranquil, 500 ft white-sand beach.
At Turquoise Bay Dive & Beach Resort you will enjoy the very individual and personal service that only a small dive resort can offer. Our friendly local staff takes pride in getting to know our guests and making them feel at home.
Honduras is a vibrant country, brimming with clear turquoise waters, pristine beaches, lush jungles, breathtaking mountains, challenging rivers, and fascinating ancient ruins. Vast expanses of mother nature are to be found everywhere. We welcome you here to learn more about this beautiful country, explore all its wonders, and eventually, see Honduras for yourself.
Ecotours, inexpensive scuba diving, river rafting, and mountain treks are what Honduras is known for today. Honduras is enjoying a boom in popularity, as the rich and famous have found a place where they can still travel unknown.
The Country of Honduras is home to people from various ancestries, from the Mayan Indians, who left us the Copan Ruins archaeological site (considered one of the most artistically advanced and detailed of all Mayan cities) to the Garifuna communities (known in Europe as the Black Caribs) which are found today on the Island of Roatan, Cayos Cochinos, and costal towns within Honduras.