Indura Beach & Golf Resort, Curio Collection by Hilton
What We Love
- Home to a championship 18-hole golf course set on scenic beaches and blue lagoons
- Drinks and hors d'oeuvres at Bahari Bar and locally inspired dinners at the hotel restaurant, Bazul
- Free bicycles to explore the resort and surroundings
What To Know
- Much of the area’s terrain remains untouched, perfect for those seeking an off-the-beaten-path destination
- Also great for families, with a renowned golf course, world-class spa and plenty of kid-friendly activities
- Located within the Jeanette Kawas National Park, a treasure trove of biodiversity known for its beaches, coral reefs and tropical forests
- Pets are not permitted on the property
- WiFi is free
- Free WiFi
- Golf Course
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
In addition to its championship 18-hole golf course, this beachside hotel in Tela Bay is best known for its charming beaches, tropical climate and lush wildlife. Inside, guestrooms are comfortable and interiors embrace sustainable materials, including bamboo floors, walls made of local pine, and decorative accents of Guanacaste wood. Don’t miss dinner at Indura’s locally inspired restaurant, Bazul, as well as cocktails at Bahari Lounge or Duna Beach Bar. Spend days lounging by the geometric, palm tree- and chaise longue-flanked swimming pool, indulging in the tranquil spa, or exploring the many lagoons via kayak.
In the Area
Set in the heart of Honduras, there is no shortage of outdoor activities and natural beauty to see in the area. Indura’s in-house excursion center offers a unique experience for adventure seekers looking to tour Honduras from the seas to the skies. Looking to stay on land? Nature tours at the Americas’ largest botanical garden Lancetilla Botanical Garden, 10 minutes from the resort, and Bird Watching at the Pico Bonito National Park, only an hour away by car, are some of the best in the world. Alternatively, the hotel offers a wide array of activities for beach-lovers, from paddle boarding and snorkeling in the coral reefs to early morning monkey tours.
How to Get There
What an amazing hotel. It was paradise. My husband and I recently stayed at Indura and enjoyed every single minute that we were there. We visited in early Nov (during low season) and enjoyed complete solitude.
Our room was huge! We loved the decor and layout of our room. We were quite surprised with the spacious lanai. What a bonus! It was really nice to look/listen at/to the ocean and drink our coffee in the morning from the lanai. (On a side note, this is the first hotel we've ever stayed at where the coffee was excellent from the hotel room.)
The hotel is walking distance from the beach. We went to the beach and used the pool daily!!! It's a definite must :)
The food and drinks were all so delicious. There are fresh juices all day long and fresh seafood. For drinks - their pina colada is a must!
The service was excellent. Everyone was friendly and helpful.
We would definitely want to go back.
What an experience! The hotel is fantastic, the staff are so friendly and helpful. Every meal we had was delicious. Cannot recommend this hotel highly enough. As a diamond member we have travelled the worlds best Hilton’s including Tahiti, Rome and London. The Indura is right up there as one of the best. What a hidden gem. We have done the trip out to the zip wires so far and loved it. I even overcame my sudden fear of heights up in the canopy!! Can’t wait for Cayos Cochinos tomorrow.
First off, I was married at a Hilton in Bora Bora. I've been to Hilton (or Hilton Family) properties all over the world from Cabo San Lucas - MX, Silhouette Island - Seychelles, Barbados, Tahiti, Puerto Rico etc. Some were nice, some were great and some really surprised you (good or bad). This resort is one of those hidden gems. This resort is located about 90 minutes from La Ceibo or San Pedro Sula airports. I would recommend flying your favorite airline to Roatan and then grabbing the ferry or the regional airlines over to La Ceibo. Make sure you coordinate with the hotel on your arrival time, so your shuttle is waiting. The shuttle cost us $100 for two persons in a nice cool fairly new van. Once your on the resort you really don't need to leave.
I read several negative reviews about the food and service that got me worry. I however, I can say that at least our experience was great. Food was good. They serve a very complete buffet breakfast every morning. We had a car so we were able to eat elsewhere and the time we actually went out and ate in the close by town the food was not as good as the one in the resort.
We only had two minor drawbacks. One morning there was no buffet due to some work being done in the main restaurant and we had to ask by menu. This time the breakfast took about half an hour to be served. When we questioned the waitress, she said they had received several big orders at the same time. The other problem we had was in the beach. We asked for some fish and it also took quite some time to be served and by the time we got it was almost cold.
So in summary, the food was good but I believe they may be a little understaff in the kitchen.
As per the rooms, we got the villa 25 in the second floor. The beach view was excellent and if you are undecided to whether pay a little more for it, I say it is more than worth it.
I also read in some reviews that the place got very crowded during weekends (specially the pool area). When we got to the resort we were told they were at full occupancy, and at no time we felt the place (pool, beach, and restaurant) were overcrowded.
Room amenities were comparable to any good quality hotel. The room was clean and well maintained and the same goes with the full resort installations. The only thing that it was not of my liking was the bed (too soft) but I guess that’s a matter of preference. Wi-fi was consistently strong but I can’t say the same for the cable signal.
The architecture and decor are simply beautiful and the hotel is located in a wonderful setting: close to a sandy white beach and a golf course. Rooms are large and tastefully decorated. Food is OK, could be much better... and the barman has a few lessons to learn on cocktails. Anyway, this is the best hotel I have been in Honduras (and beyond).