Hotels in Honduras
Situated on remote Roatan Island, 40 miles off the coast of Honduras, Palmetto Bay Plantation is an exclusive eco-friendly retreat in a destination that still feels undiscovered—despite increased tourism from the U.S.
A launch whisks you across a mangrove-lined bay to Roatán’s hotel and spa that offers open-air treatments in a palapa by the ocean.
Ensconced deep in the country’s mountainous interior, the exquisite little inn allows you to sway in a hammock and enjoy views out over the stepped ruins of Copán, which more than a thousand years ago marked the southern limit of the Mayan Empire.
The hotel occupies a 350-acre property abutting one of the largest national parks in Honduras. Guests staying at the eco-lodge’s 22 cabins can enjoy hikes along trails through the surrounding rain forests or plunge down the white-water rapids of the Cangrejal River.