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Mango Creek Lodge

N/A Port Royal, Roatan IB3100 Honduras
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#6 of 79 Specialty lodging in Roatan
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Mango Creek Lodge is the premier eco resort of Roatan. Located in secluded Port Royal, Mango Creek Lodge offers superb saltwater fly-fishing, angling, diving, snorkeling, hiking and kayaking in Roatan’s East End. Our over-the-water cabanas offer guests a private piece of paradise. Each cabana is furnished with a queen sized and single bed and opens up onto a private dock overlooking the Caribbean. We offer all inclusive packages and nightly rates.
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Property amenities
Free private parking nearby
Free internet
Free breakfast
Books, DVDs, music for children
Indoor play area for children
Airport transportation
Bar / lounge
Breakfast buffet
Special diet menus
Board games / puzzles
Shuttle bus service
Car hire
Meeting rooms
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
Shared lounge / TV area
Sun terrace
24-hour front desk
Private check-in / check-out
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Private beach
Interconnected rooms available
Seating area
Clothes rack
Bath / shower
Complimentary toiletries
Room types
Ocean view
Bridal suite
Non-smoking rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, French, Spanish
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bsmedmedphd wrote a review Mar 2021
Pennsylvania1506 contributions1929 helpful votes
No trip to Roatan is complete without a visit to Mango Creek Lodge! Hubby and I stayed in the yellow cabana in 2018 (reviewed separately) and couldn’t wait to return for a visit. While renting a house in Oak Ridge Cay, we took a short boat ride to MCL to enjoy Tita’s wonderful cooking and Manny’s delightful company and we were not disappointed! I emailed in advance to see if they were open and plan our lunch visit. They didn’t have any guests but welcomed us warmly for our visit. We enjoyed delicious lobster tails and pleasant company. It was our dog’s, Goliath, first visit and he loved to explore the beautiful grounds. It was neat to see the changes and improvements since our stay. The grounds are as lovely as ever and the old dock was repaired and looked terrific. Thankfully, MCL has been able to keep most of the workers employed during the pandemic and we could tell that they had been busy! We look forward to our next visit to MCL and highly recommend it to others. I hope you enjoy the photos I shared. Be sure to read the reviews of my other adventures and see pics of my island pup! *Thank you for reading my review! Please click the “thumbs-up” below. :)
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Date of stay: March 2021
Room Tip: the over-water cabanas are great (but no AC)
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Bruce C wrote a review Jan 2021
8 contributions3 helpful votes
If you have ever been to Roatan, you know it’s a beautiful place. The beaches, the tropical foliage, the crystal-clear waters are all world-class. That’s why we bought a home here eight years ago. We thought we had seen all the Island has to offer until last week when we were given the opportunity to visit Mango Creek Lodge. The reason we had never visited Mango Creek; you can only get there by boat. We were fortunate to meet the Owners of Mango Creek who invited us on a day trip to their hidden paradise. We started by boarding a very nice tour boat in the little town of Oak Ridge. After about a thirty-minute ride down the southern coast of Roatan, we could see in the distance some colorful cabanas built out over the water. As we drew closer, this magnificently beautiful, but rustic setting began to take shape. It is a tropical paradise indeed. We docked the boat and went directly into the reception hall, which also serves as the dining and bar area. The bar is set up self-serve and is stocked with all types of adult beverages, soft drinks and juices. After getting acquainted with the staff and facilities, we were given full access to explore the multi-acre gardens. The grounds have paved paths leading to all corners. The gardens are populated with virtually all types of flora native to this part of the world. There are also free-roaming species of genies and other birds, some of which are native to the area…some not so native. As we explored, we were told if we were very quiet, we might even run into some indigenous little people (very little people) who inhabit the area. Unfortunately, we did not have the opportunity to see them directly, but we observe a few of their little homes built into the side of large trees. As we continued to walk and climb, we found ourselves at the entrance of a huge suite of rooms built into the hillside. This large cabin was beautifully furnished with a native hardwood interior and the furniture is manufactured at the resort in their own woodshop. It’s a work of art. After our exploration of the property, we returned to the reception hall where we were greeted with a luncheon of local fare. We had worked up quite an appetite, so the buffet of barbeque ribs, ceviche, rice, beans, and more, all served with hand-made tortillas was consumed rather quickly. It was delicious! All that and the day was not over! After lunch, we boarded the tour boat and explored the extreme east end of the island. This is an area of very few inhabitants and even fewer visitors. We passed by Port Royal which, in its day, was a British fort bristling with cannons and port to many wooden naval and merchant sailing vessels. There are “cuts” or canals through the east end said to be inhabited by rays and even large saltwater caiman (crocs). The canals are lined with mangroves and the water is so clear you can see every living thing below. It was a truly relaxing and interesting adventure. My two six-year-old grandchildren were captivated, as were we adults. It was a great day for all ages! The resort caters primarily to sports fishermen, divers, and those looking for a beautiful and peaceful get-away. It is also touted as one of the most romantic places for couples. Mango Creek is located on a series of “flats” which are home to the grand slam of saltwater fly fishing…the tarpon, bonefish, permit, and snook. There are not many places on earth you can find that combination within just a few acres of water. For the divers, within eyesight of the resort, there are pristine waters dropping off the second largest barrier reef in the world. It is truly a world-class diving destination. As for peaceful, I can attest it is without question a quiet and peaceful place to be. As for romantic…I was with my grandkids. I’ll let you be the judge of that. For me, I hope I can return to Mango Creek Lodge often. I’m sure I’ve only seen a fraction of what it has to offer. By the way, the Mango Creek Lodge is a committed eco-resort. All its power comes from a self-contained solar and wind farm. It has its own water system. Fishermen are encouraged to catch and release. The kitchen only serves species of seafood that are not stressed due to over-harvesting. Mango Creek is also a very ethical choice of vacation destinations. I hope you are fortunate enough to experience Mango Creek Lodge…
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Date of stay: December 2020
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Falah E wrote a review Dec 2020
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We spent the day at Mango Creek Lodge exploring the beautifully lush grounds and getting to know the other guests. Manny and his team have made it feel so welcoming, and it doesn’t take long before you feel like you are home there. We had a wonderful lunch comprised of fresh local food, and every bit of it was delightful. We plan on going back to take advantage of the prime spot for fishing with the lodge’s experts. Definitely a must to spend some time there while in Roatan!!
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Date of stay: December 2020Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Bruce L wrote a review Mar 2020
Arlington, Massachusetts12 contributions4 helpful votes
A gem of a place! Perfect for a romantic getaway, off the grid, away from the crowds, wonderful private cabanas over the water with a hammock and beach chair on your private deck. Three meals included with an open bar (but you have to mix your own drinks). Staff was wonderful! Manny and Tito were great hosts. Would love to come back!
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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ems wrote a review Feb 2020
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What a wonder! Mango Creek was exactly what we were looking for: a quiet, spacious, peaceful feast for the eyes, and a balm for the spirit (oh, and and a treat for the belly -- Tita and Joy's meals were never less than delicious). Snorkeling was lovely, hammocking was warm and breezy, the flowers and animals and ocean and sky gave us pleasure at every turn, and we always felt well-cared-for by each member of the staff, who seemed like a happy family.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Frequently Asked Questions about Mango Creek Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to Mango Creek Lodge?
Nearby attractions include Flamingo Cultural Center (4.3 miles), Camp Bay Beach (2.0 miles), and Isery Club (4.5 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Mango Creek Lodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Mango Creek Lodge?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Mango Creek Lodge?
Yes, free private parking nearby is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Mango Creek Lodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include La Sirena de Camp Bay, The Crow's Nest, and Hole in the Wall.
Does Mango Creek Lodge have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Mango Creek Lodge offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Mango Creek Lodge?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, and French.
Does Mango Creek Lodge have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the harbor view available here.