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It is so beautiful and romantic. the bugalows are perfect! The food was wonderful, lobster twice . The diving was good, the dive staff is great. having a marine biologist on the staff was great. Daisy was the best. i loved talking spanish with her....More
We stayed at Barefoot for 6 of our 10 days of our honeymoon in Roatan. We stayed at Anthony's Key for the first part of our trip and it was great but in terms of accommodations, diving, food, service and personal touch- Barefoot was the...More
MANY Thank yous go to Mel, Margarita and all the staff at Barefoot Cay Resort. We had a wonderful stay largely due to your staff's hospitality, who were all so kind, thoughtful and accommodating. Also, a special thank you to all those who served us...they...More
My husband and I had an unforgettable honeymoon at the Barefoot Cay this past March. We won the honeymoon through a sweepstakes through -------- and were originally a bit skeptical about everything. From the moment we landed until the day we departed, we were treated...More
The last three days on Roatan we spent at Barefoot Cay. The resort is very small and quiet. Hardy knew anyone else was there except for dinner time. Every meal was great and the wine was a small step up from anything we found at...More
That really depends on what you'd like to do here...For example, if you're a diver, April and September are usually the times of year with the least wind, and therefore very calm sea conditions (and September also happens to... More
That really depends on what you'd like to do here...For example, if you're a diver, April and September are usually the times of year with the least wind, and therefore very calm sea conditions (and September also happens to be when some of the lowest room rates are available). But some people love the tradewinds and want ocean breezes with their warm temperatures. The chances of rainy days increase from late September through early February, but of course that's the best time to get away from the cold weather (if you're coming from "up north"). If you want more "hustle and bustle" and people-watching in the towns, then high season is Christmas through Easter Week...if you'd like more of the island to yourself, then July through Thanksgiving will be more your speed. As a year-round resident, I can honestly say every day on Roatan is a good one! Hope that helps, and let me know if there's anything else you'd like to know!