Parrot Tree Beach Resort

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Off the shimmering coast of Honduras sits the largest of the Bay Islands, Roatan. The Parrot Tree Beach Resort lies in the heart of this paradise for scuba divers, deep sea adventurers and vacationers looking for an incredible travel destination. This world-class resort is nestled in a charming lagoon, lined by a smooth white-sand beach, and surrounded by beautiful green gardens. Parrot Tree offers spacious, deluxe villas with luxurious features and all the comforts of home, ideal for couples, groups and families. This multi-concept plantation-style property is one of the island's most prestigious communities, providing fine dining restaurants, a modern spa, all-day entertainment and activities for all ages.
Location: Beachfront, approximately 18 km from the Roatan airport

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  • Bucksu : Thompson, Canada
Has Potential!

Stayed at the Parrot Tree Beach Resort Plantation for 3 weeks in December ‘17 to January ‘18 - in a fully equipped private owned Marina condo. The staff at Parrot Tree (groundskeepers, Security, store and the restaurant) were very friendly. The upscale Marina condo unit was tastefully finished, very clean and comfortable. (These units are not the same as the “hotel” condo units located between the pool, restaurant and lagoon). We met quite a few U.S. ex pats who own Marina condos. One gentleman in particular, “Mitch”, was extremely knowledgeable and helpful and was our main “go to” guy at the resort if we had any questions or wanted to know more about the Island - we can’t thank him enough for making our vacation super enjoyable at this resort!The resort/ plantation has a beautiful setting/location with a mix of villas, Marina condos, apartment condos (hotel), Marina slips, large pool, beach/lagoon - it is a fabulous concept that has not quite lived up to its full potential. (There are currently units “for sale” and several condo/hotel units and commercial units not completed) The hotel section and restaurant is run by Canadians, as a fellow Canadian I ashamed to say that they are failing at managing/marketing and maintaining this part of the resort. There are Cruise ships that dock at Roatan daily with excursions that sometimes end up at Parrot Tree for a few hours.One traveller recently posted that the hotel/resort is “weirdly deserted” and he was absolutely correct! The Manager replied “we have had a full resort since last year starting on the 20th of December” which was simply NOT TRUE!! We spent many days & nights at the pool and the restaurant/bar, walking the resort - where we were the only ones there! We met only one family of four who stayed in the “hotel” for a week, another couple caretaking a villa, a family staying at the Marina condos where we stayed...and basically that was it for guests using the pool. Some hotel rooms, pool, beach palapas and some lagoon landscaping needs completion or repair. I spent one morning skimming the pool for two hours before we used it - pumps were not running. Tiles and light fixtures are missing in the pool area (wires are simply hanging bare), barrier landscaping has not been finished around the lagoon with equipment exposed to the elements. Numerous lagoon palapas are missing thatched roof portions. Exterior lighting and fan blades are missing from several “hotel” units. Only a few guests at the hotel, otherwise completely empty! (For some reason “unavailable” on various booking sites? If I owned one of the “hotel” condos, I would be questioning management!)Again, the resort complex is only partially complete, it is a great concept and has huge potential - labour costs are extremely low - with a change in hotel management, re-investment and some marketing, this could be a fabulous money making resort. Bring bug spray and suggest renting a vehicle to get around the Island!Marina condos - 5 starsHotel section - 2 stars

  • Stu S : Farmingdale, New York
Came as part of an excursion

We came here as part of a cruise ship excursion. I was excited to go cause ther pictures looked so nice, but upon arrival we were disappointed by the fact that the resort seemed nearly deserted. We ate lunch, walked around the lagoon(?) And left early. We were a bit as surprised to be charged to use thed pool and by the fact that there was no beach. The resort is pretty, just weirdly deserted.

  • keperk2017 : Houston, Texas
Day trip to Parrot Tree Beach.

We booked this excursion with Royal Caribbean. We thought this was a beach on the Caribbean. It is not! It is a lagoon or pond or I'm not sure? There is a small beach but it is not connected to the actual ocean front. There is no access to the actual Caribbean Sea.The pictures make the pool seem like it's much closer to the so called beach area. The staff is very friendly! I have been to other beaches on Roatan that are much nicer mostly because they are actual beaches.We left early at our own expense because we were getting eaten alive by bugs! If your looking for a beach with clear Caribbean water go the West end. All of the pictures on Parrot Tree are very deceiving!

  • Nicholas G : San Diego, United States
A bit far away from things, but really awesome! recommended this place to my son and I, as they had free shuttle service to and from the airport and Ferry. The driver picked us up at the airport right on time with a sign in hand with our name on it and no waiting at all. I asked him to take us to the Tigo cellphone shop so I could get a sim card for my phone to avoid the massive rip-off AT&T plan back home. He happily did it even and waited with no complaint for 45 minutes while Tigo finally got us our sim cards and installed them for us. Then he took us to the hotel.These places (Suites / condos) are gorgeous and right on the water of a calm lagoon. My son and I hit the driver with a very nice tip, then hit the restaurant and bar. We ate right there at the lagoon's edge. Lobster and ice cold coco loco drinks in freshly cut coconuts (I saw the guys cut them fresh the next morning) as we waded in the lagoon a perfect temperature outside and inside the water. It was simply fantastic! Food, drinks, setting - everything just perfect. Then after trying almost every tropical drink on the menu, we stumbled back to the room - and the room was amazing. Super comfortable beds, and luxurious comfort throughout the room - laundry and everything right there in the room.Woke up the next morning and went snorkeling - first in the lagoon (boring), then we were told by the staff to go across the bridge (on the property) around by the small dock and then from there go outside the reef through an inlet. Holy Moly - pure heaven - simply awesome snorkeling on the reef outside the lagoon and beyond the breakwater and rocks that protect the lagoon.Then back for breakfast a shower and off to the Ferry to go to La Ceiba.The staff was really nice and gave excellent service. The food was great. The drinks were great. The snorkeling was great. The room was great. everything was wonderful. They never hit us up for a timeshare or anything at all. I thought that the places were so nice, they might actually sell them and then owners rent them when they are not there. On our way out, I asked if they ever offered to sell any of the suites and they said yes. Of course I asked how much for a small suite / condo like the one we stayed in - the answer? $125-150K US. Now that's a darned killer deal! I was very tempted and actually might consider it in the future. I was told that we were staying in a suite / condo that was owned by someone from the USA. That person obviously really takes care of the place and buys quality, luxurious stuff and we really appreciated that. Anyway - a great place to stay - a bit far from things (airport, ferry, restaurants, West end, etc.), but who really cares, anything you want or need is there anyway.

  • Abycats : Summerfield, North Carolina
Ate at Palapa bar and grill

We visited Parrot tree resort while on a private tour of that side of the island. Had a very nice, leisurely lunch with our toes in the sand overlooking beautiful clear water.Husband had a burger which he enjoyed. Two of us had soup. My seafood soup was OK but nothing special.

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  • 66 villas
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Pool (including children's area)
  • Convention facilities (fee)
  • Wifi (in designated areas)
  • Non-motorized water sports (fee)
  • Scuba diving (fee)
  • Golf course nearby (fee)
Villa Ultra:
  • 1 king bed 
  • Air-conditioning
  • Ceiling fan 
  • Fully-equipped kitchenette
  • Full bathroom
  • TV
  • Hairdryer
  • DVD player
  • Coffee/tea-maker
  • In-room safe
  • Iron
  • Living area with sofa bed
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Occupancy up to 4 persons (max. adults: 3 / max. children: 2)
Villa Ultra de Luxe:
  • More spacious
  • 1 king bed 
  • Living area with sofa bed
  • Whirlpool bathtub
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Occupancy up to 4 persons (max. adults: 3 / max. children: 2)
For the Kids - Children under 6 stay free. Babysitting for a fee (subject to availability).
Bonus - Daily buffet breakfast.
Honeymoon packages - To be eligible for the honeymoon package, newlyweds must advise at the time of booking and present their proof of wedding, dated within the last month, upon arrival at the hotel.
Wedding packages - Certain restrictions and administration fees may apply. A minimum number of passengers may be required.
Early Booking Bonus - This hotel may offer early booking bonuses at certain times of the year. If early booking bonuses apply to your vacation, prices shown online have already been adjusted accordingly. Please inquire for complete details.

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Parrot Tree Plantation
First Bight Roatan, First Bight, Roatan 34101 Honduras

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