Turquoise Bay Dive And Beach Resort

About Roatan, Honduras

Turquoise Bay Dive And Beach Resort Offers 26 rooms with beach and lagoon views. Includes restaurant/bar, watersports center, diving

Along the northern coast of Roatan, one of Honduras’s picturesque Bay Islands, is where you’ll find Turquoise Bay Dive and Beach Resort. This 3-star resort’s friendly staff, relaxed atmosphere and stunning views make it a favourite among sun-worshipping vacationers and avid divers. Turquoise Bay lives up to its name with sparkling aqua-tinted waters and an epic beachfront that shares the bay with tropical green gardens. Hotel rooms or special dive suites feature all the amenities and contemporary decor to make this a comfortable, luxurious home-sweet-home. Exciting land and water activities make this a haven for families, with everything from horseback riding to wake boarding, and deep sea fishing to beach volleyball. The modern spa offers romantic, relaxing moments for honeymooners and couples looking for ultimate rest and relaxation. A delicious selection of foods and flavours abound at the international buffet, while tropical cocktails and beverages are prepared right before your eyes at the resort’s on-site bars. 

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Location Beachfront Area Roatan Property Amenities of Turquoise Bay Dive and Beach Resort 26 Room(s)1 Pool(s)Dining/Entertainment at Turquoise Bay Dive and Beach Resort 1 Restaurant(s)2 Bar(s)Shops ($)Room amenities Gardenview Room Maximum Number of Adults 3 Maximum Number of Children 2 Maximum Occupancy 4 Air-conditionedDesk1 King or 2 Double beds Cable TV Balcony or Terrace BathroomTelephone Coffee maker Hair dryerInternet access ($)Other room categories available Meal plans All Inclusive • Buffet breakfast, Lunch & Dinner daily plus snacks • All drinks (domestic beer and cocktails, house wine with dinner) • Kayaks & introductory Scuba lesson in the pool Extra features 5 Days 2 Tank Dive Daily Inclusions 5 Days 2 Tank Dives Room Category: • 2 Dives per day for 5 days • Professional PADI instructor • Water & fruits onboard • Weights • Weight belt • Air tanks

* All other gears are not included and can be rented on board *Divers must be certified Bonus features Honeymoon Bonus • Fruit basket • Bottle of sparkling wine/champagne in room upon arrival

*Proof of marriage is required upon check-in. Please request at the time of booking. Child Policy 1st Child 3 -12yrs Stay, Play & Eat free when sharing a room with 2 adults. 2nd Child 3-12 yrs pays special rates when sharing a room with 2 adults. Max 2 children per room.

“Roatan is for Scuba Divers”

Great quiet small resort- 26 rooms Food is very tastee with an appropriate selection for such limited quests. The sand fleas are more abundant at these resorts the farther one gets from the West End.No music or animation if that is what you desire, just peacefull quiet and really nice scenery/beach.

The strong points great scenery & scuba diving accommodating staff The weak points sand fleas, remote resort.

Reginald Gordon Boon Concord, ON from 2013-03-18 to 2013-03-25 (7 days)

“Peaceful, clean, quiet”

A nice small relatively secluded resort. There are only 28 rooms, (4 to a building), so the place never seems crowded. There is a lot of space to hang around, with a covered open air dining /lounge area just off the dining hall. There are no planned activities (with accompanying annoying M/C types ) , no canned music, just peace and quiet. The front desk can hook you up with car rental and excursion contacts, I believe. There is a pool with lounge chairs, but not much for shade. The staff are friendly and reasonably attentive, never pushy. If you need 24/7 pampering you should be looking at a 5 star place anyways ..... Our room was cleaned and made up every day, no complaints. The food was simple but tasty with a certain amount of variation from day to day. Fresh fruit and veggies every day. The dive shop is right behind the main resort building, so it's a three minute walk after breakfast over there. The staff at the dive shop are GREAT !! They will take care of your gear ( unload,rinse, hang to dry, and re-load and set up your gear the next day ...) I don't particularly need the pampering, but it's a nice change from what passes for service at a lot of dive operations in, say, Florida .... Our DM was Osman and our Captain was JT. Both of these gentlemen work their butts off to make sure you're having a great day of diving. Dives are guided, and Osman knows his reef. If you want to hunt the invasive Lionfish you will have to take a special course to get a permit to spear them. Talk to Kim in the dive shop to try and get this organized.A fisheries guy has to be scheduled in to do the course. The bugs. Common to all the Bay Islands. No-see-ums will happily leave their mark if you forget to put on bug-dope if you're going to be walking on anything not paved. (you're not coming here for pavement , are you?) At least they don't buzz in your ear .... Bring bug-dope and after-bite of some description. Best just to stay underwater as much as possible .... Yes, I would go back to this resort. If you should happen to see a small orange and white cat down there say hi for me and maybe sneak him a treat or two ...... ;)

The strong points Quiet, clean, food actually has flavour, drinks good,staff friendly, Dive shop GREAT !! The weak points No-see-ums, found throughout the Bay Islands, not just this resort.

C. Farrell Honey Harbour, ON from 2013-02-11 to 2013-02-18 (7 days)

“Trquoise Bay”

I had an absolutely wonderful experience at this resort. The staff could not do enough and went above and beyond. The rooms were tastefully decorated and kept in pristine condition.

The strong points Very quaint and quiet little resort for the person that needs a little serenity. The food was wonderful.The dive masters and facilities are top notch. The weak points Sand flies are a huge problem for anyone on the beach. Internet access very weak consytantly cutting in and out.

Robert Ashmore Markham, ON from 2012-01-09 to 2012-01-16 (7 days)


Roatan Turquoise Bay

The strong points Knowledgeable, friendly, helpful staff, The weak points sand flies, no car available due to easter weekend

Rudolfina Van Loenen Tottenham, ON from 2010-03-29 to 2010-04-05 (7 days)

“A hidden treasure”

We were hoping for a quaint, intimate, quiet spot to relax and it surpassed out expection in that regard. Roatan is a beautiful island and Turquoise Bay Resort is absolutely a feast for the eyes.

The strong points everything is close by, rooms for the most part have view of ocean, quiet, plenty of room on the beach for everyone, love the hammocks on the beach, good snorkeling offshore, beautiful location. The weak points Bug bites! am still welting up and itchy, even after using bug spray. Not able to get car rental because of Easter holiday week, taxi's are very expensive-pay per person instead of per trip.

Robert Mcnabb Wasaga Beach, ON from 2010-03-29 to 2010-04-05 (7 days)


The hotel was pretty much as I expected..very small..room was comfortable and had an amazing view! The food was just your standard fair, nothing fancy, but good all the same. For beach lovers this place is fabulous, very quiet beach and private,we didn t spend alot of time there as we where here to dive. The dive shop is right on site (Subway Watersports)it s run separate from the resort, but the service was great! would recommend this dive shop to anyone..the dive master was one of the best we have dove with! the captain of the boat was just as good! If you re going to dive, then don t hesitate to sign on with Subway..ask for Selvin and Max..they are both awesome! This holiday was affordable and I would definitely go back and stay there again!

The strong points beautiful beaches...food was just your standard fair..not alot of desserts..room was comfortable and the views where outstanding..I would go back and stay again. The weak points have to ask for coffee supplies all the time!not kept up very well.

Justine Baldwin Guelph, ON from 2010-02-15 to 2010-02-22 (7 days)


Great diveshop and dive sites on the undived shore great view from room..... lackluster service in dining room.....you had to ask for napkins, ketchup or salt and pepper. Food was often room temperature and after a while the food all seemed the same. We had heard about the lobster but were served it only once in a white sauce. We had mashed potatoes once (but not with the roast turkey which was quite tasty) and they were actually grey. Pizza was like the Chef-Boy-ar-Dee kit you make at home. SAND FLEAS! SAND FLEAS! Most people there DO NOT use the beach or lie by the pool. You will be horribly bitten if you do. The bites are really itchy and LAST. The hotel bus regularly took people to the pharmacy! IIf you are a diver the diving may be worth it. If not or if you have kids that want to play on the beach or in the small pool I would reconsider.

The strong points the dive shop with Sharon and crew the view The weak points the food the sandfleas

The Diver Guy Hamilton, ON from 2010-01-04 to 2010-01-11 (7 days)


Les chambres sont propres mais la porte patio de la notre ne se vérouillait pas, les lumières de la salle de bain ne fonctionnaient pas, pas de piles pour le cofre-fort ( quelqu'un de notre groupe s'est fait volé 80$). Le buffet est bon, en particulier le poisson, poulet, boeuf mais il manque de variété et il n'y en a pas assez pour tout le monde. Il n'y a qu'une sorte de dessert et dès fois pas du tout. Quand il y en a, prenez-le en commençant votre repas parce qu'il n'y en a pas pour tout le monde. Un soir,après le souper, il n'y avait plus de café et ils n'ont pas voulu en refaire!!!! Nous avions un repas à la carte d'inclus avec notre forfait et ils n'ont pas voulu nous le servir, il nous disaient de le payer! Les puces de sable sont très désagréables mais on s'y attend quand on va à Roatan. Apportez beaucoup de watskin...Autre chose, c'est une place tranquille, pas de problème...mais il y a eu deux fois un groupe important de locaux qui ont amené leurs enfants à l'hotel passer la journée....ça criait et l'eau de la piscine n'était plus baignable pendant 4 jours tellement ils ont dû traiter l'eau qui était devenue brune et mousseuse! Pour la plongée, le service de valet est fantastique mais nous étions toujours 12 avec un seul dive master sur le bateau, c'était trop. Je suis allée au média Luna l'année dernière et je l'ai plus aimé.

The strong points Le poisson, la viande et le poulet sont cuits à la perfection et ont très bon goût. Le centre de plongée ont un service de valet pour monter notre équipement sur le bateau, c'est fantastique. The weak points Très peu de variétés d'accompagnement au buffet, pas assez de dessert pour tout le monde, personnel nonchalant, non vaillant, place tranquille mais quand les locaux débarquent pour y passer le weekend, c'est bruyant.

Nathalie Saint-Ambroise-De-Kildare, QC from 2012-02-13 to 2012-02-20 (7 days)

“Super !!”

Nous avons beaucoup aimé notre semaine au Turquoise Bay. Notre but était de relaxer et c'est l'endoit idéal. N'allez pas là si votre but est de faire la fête, car vous serez déçu. La bouffe est de très bonne qualité et on nous servais jamais la même chose midi après soir, jour après jour. En plus d'être toujours différente la bouffe avait toujours bon goût. Le chambre était très propre et que dire de la vue sur la mer que nous avions de notre balcon. Le personnel est gentil et serviable. Par contre n'oubliez pas votre lotion anti-moustique... watkins c'est la meilleur, car il y a des puces de sable.

The strong points Tranquilité, bouffe The weak points Puce de sable

Steve St Jean Sur Richelieu, QC from 2012-01-16 to 2012-01-23 (7 days)

“Île de beauté”

Petit hôtel sympathique de 26 chambres toutes avec vue incroyable! À l'écart de la zone touristique de West Bay où affluent les croisiéristes quelques fois par semaine. Végétation magnifique. Très bonne bouffe (à la carte lors de notre séjour). Service excellent mais un peu lent, mais on est en vacances dans le Sud où il fait chaud ;-) Pas d'excursions prévues. Il faut donc savoir ce que l'on veut et s'organiser. C'est facile. On loue une voiture et on part! Il n'y a qu'une route asphaltée et elle fait la longueur de l'île! Les compagnies de location viennent porter la voiture à l'hôtel et viennent la rechercher. Internet Wi-Fi (ce qui n'était pas mentionné dans les brochures). J'y retournerais mais jamais sans ma lotion Watkins contre les sand flies! Il y a en effet un prix à payer pour séjourner au Paradis ;-) Ah oui! n'oubliez pas vos palmes! C'est extraordinaire pour la plongée...

The strong points Situation géographique et vue sur la mer. Tranquillité assurée. Excellent bouffe. Service courtois. Et propreté assurée. The weak points Seulement les moustiques et peut-être un peu la plage, qui n'est pas faite pour de longues promenades.

Gitane Longueuil, QC from 2011-01-31 to 2011-02-14 (14 days)

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