Paya Bay Resort

Main Highway, East End, Roatan, 00000

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1 Room / 2 Adults

1 rooms,
2 adults
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Overview

A family run resort, families will feel right at home with this activity laden resort. They’ll also love hanging out with resort dogs Thelma and Louise. A stay at the resort comes in the form of vacation packages. These packages include a variety of activities as well as three daily meals with snacks from the onsite restaurant, transfer from the airport, and access to the resort amenities. Resort amenities include an oceanside pool, kayaks and water toys, boat snorkeling trips, and free internet. Other activities include yoga, hiking, horseback riding, guided tours, and more. Guestrooms have air conditioning, a beach view, private balconies, refrigerators, and microwaves.

Our Editor Loves

  • All-inclusive packages
  • Variety of activities available
  • Included boat snorkeling trips

Family Interests

  • All Inclusive Rates
  • Beach
  • Hiking
  • Horse Back Riding
  • Sailing
  • Water Sports

Family Amenities

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Laundry
  • Meal Plan
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool
  • Refrigerator

Reviews

Well worth doing

by Kevin D

The staff here is excellent and the food is fantastic!(Great Boston cream pie,Winnie :) ).
All the staff was friendly and immediately took care of any problems or issue that arose. The beaches are clean and beautiful. We had a great time. We really enjoyed our bungalow stay with the balcony overlooking the water.

How did we get so lucky to find Paya Bay?

by Itsagloriousworld

Anyone fortunate enough to have visited Paya Bay Resort...to have walked through those Edenic gardens and pathways...to have watched the sun set from the aerie perch of the yoga pavilion...to have swam in that turquoise surf...to have swung in hammocks slung over twinkling water...and to have enjoyed the warm, unfussy, hospitality of Davinci’s team will have enjoyed a rare and life-affirming experience.

My partner and I visited in late September during PBR’s naturist week. Much of our days were spent in naked splendor swimming, exercising, exploring and lounging. A small number of the other guests and visitors chose to remain clothed which posed no problem as the spirit of the resort is relaxed, utterly friendly and supportive. We particularly enjoyed our outings with Captain Tom who ferried us to several snorkeling sites and a deserted island where we picnicked nude.

Throughout our stay we felt secure and at ease. For example, not once during our stay did we lock our door nor did we ever feel threatened or uncomfortable. We were profoundly affected by our visit and will return to this paradise as soon as we can.

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