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           Inn of Last Resort

Roatan – Bay Islands, Honduras, Central America

From the moment you begin the assent up the road leading to The Inn of Last Resort, you will recognize that this vacation will be unlike any other you have taken. As the vehicle you ride in winds through the tree studded hills, through which you catch your first glimpse of Gibson Bight, and enter the lush tropical courtyard of The Inn of Last Resort, you can feel the stress of your regular life slipping away and the tranquility of Island life taking over.

 

Entering the resort's courtyard, the first thing you notice is that all of the buildings appear to have trees growing out of their stairs and roofs. The Inn's builders took great steps to ensure that the natural beauty of the area remained intact -- even if that entailed building a staircase around a huge old tree.

Nestled among the towering trees on a hill overlooking the ocean, 30 spacious, air-conditioned rooms with private hot-water showers and a tastefully understated decor await you at this wonderful resort. You will be amazed at the workmanship evident in all of the buildings -- charming wooden architecture completed with obvious care and attention to detail.

 

 


 

Unlike many wooden structures on the Island, The Inn of Last Resort's buildings are solidly constructed and carefully sealed to keep nature out and your privacy intact. The large rooms provide plenty of space to unpack, stretch out and make yourself at home. Modern bathrooms, ceiling fans, and powerful air conditioners make your room a haven of relaxation and comfort

                   

 
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