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
- Handicap Accessible
- 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
Disclaimer: I did not stay here. I had already booked a hotel in Tela and my friend told me about this place. If I knew about it, I would have stayed. I was given a tour and was shown one of the rooms, as well as the gym and spa. Yes, you need to go through security, but you can dine here without being a guest. I've traveled throughout the world and have dined at fancy restaurants where the portions are small and the taste mediocre, but do yourself a favor and give this a try. For less than a hundred dollars, my friend and I enjoyed a bottle of wine, two cocktails, an appetizer, and two entrees, and dessert. My friend had the beef medallions in a goat cheese sauce and I had the absolutely incredible machuca and the homemade cinnamon (canela) ice cream and I've been dreaming about both ever since. The chef came out and introduced himself and it was the most wonderful experience. Waiters were attentive and everything was delectable. A must try.
Indura is my favorite spot! I always get a five star experience. The only thing you need to keep an eye on are the mosquitoes. The food is amazing, the beach, the pools and the golf course is the perfect spot to relax, play or take amazing pictures with all the beautiful views.
Gorgeous hotel in the mids of the jungle. Once you enter it’s serenity and beautiful rustic look makes you feel at peace.
I was upgraded to a larger suite with ocean view - the room was beautiful, spacious, clean and it served the purpose of being my home away from home for 3 days.
Had lunch at the bar at the beach - Caesar salad and fish soup were delicious. The beach chairs were in good repair and quite comfortable. The ocean was a little wild - be careful when swimming - the currents can rip you away in no time - I am a great swimmer, but it was quite strenuous to get back to shore - so when swimming - don’t go too far out.
Used the main restaurant every day for breakfast and dinner, both of which are a la carte - the selection is nice - the fresh juices in the morning are super good - I had the watermelon juice - it was outstanding. My favorite at night was the ceviche - absolutely delicious, the lobster thermidor was nice as well.
Went to the Spa twice - Bani was my therapist - she was amazing - I loved the coffee and coconut oil scrub, the leg and feed and head massage. Thank you for a great job.
Front desk arranged a boat tour for me...it was slow season so it was quite difficult to get a group of people together. The tour took us snorkeling, for a jungle walk and a nice lunch.
Contacted the hotel prior to my arrival to make airport transportation arrangements - everything worked out well. Everyone at the hotel was very helpful. Thank you for a great stay.