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We spent one week at Barefoot Cay at the beginning of August. It was very enjoyable and we would not hesitate to return.
The room was very spacious and clean, bed was comfortable and the A/C was functioning very well. The kitchen was very convenient,...More
If you are looking for a relaxing vacation in a spectacular dive destination then you need look no further. The property is situated on a private island dedicated to guests only. From the time that you arrive at the airport your vacation is effortless. There...More
This place is perfection. We stayed in one of the 2 bedroom villas and it was a dream come true. So clean and comfortable, right on the water, with our own quiet private beach, hammocks, deck,, lounge chairs right on the sand. Decent snorkeling right...More
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Response from Eliza J, Marketing at Barefoot Cay Resort & SpaResponded 14 August 2018
Thank you for the review, Jennifer! We are so glad you had such a wonderful experience at Barefoot Cay and Divers. Our staff works very hard to keep everything running smoothly, so you can relax and enjoy your vacation. It is always great to hear...More
The Caribbean is blessed with many beautiful resort destinations, and for those with unlimited budgets you can certainly find a resort offering more at double or triple the price. The cost of this resort ranges from a very affordable rate at the “dive suites” to...More
Multiple times at Barefoot always excellent staff!!!
Divemaster Daniel,Thank You for ALL the help with all of my dives from weights to blowing underwater rimgs😁😁
Divemaster Ron, Thank You for the continued help and advice on my dives and the SEAHORSE!!!!
Ricardo and Willy the...More
Response from Eliza J, Marketing at Barefoot Cay Resort & SpaResponded 26 July 2018
Thank you for the review, Julie! We are glad you've enjoyed your experience diving with us enough to keep coming back and can't wait for your next adventure at Barefoot Divers! Don't stay away too long...we have a lot more diving to do!
Situated on a 4-acre private cay off the south shore of Roatan, Barefoot Cay Resort, Spa and Marina is surrounded by the Caribbean's crystal clear turquoise waters. The resort features 11 luxury oceanfront ...Moreaccommodations, fine dining, an outdoor pool with poolside dining, spa indulgences, and 5-star valet scuba diving. All guest accommodations include air conditioning, complimentary Wi-Fi, luxury bath products, a flat-panel television, and Heavenly Beds. This property is part of the BAREFOOT LUXURY™ Collection. Less
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Response from W6445EEmike | Property representative |
Barefoot believes in the intimacy of diving. They're adamant about keeping the ratio of divers to dive master below 6:1. The boats only hold about 10 divers, so it'll never be crowded. Better for spotting more sea-life... More
Barefoot believes in the intimacy of diving. They're adamant about keeping the ratio of divers to dive master below 6:1. The boats only hold about 10 divers, so it'll never be crowded. Better for spotting more sea-life, safety, and getting to know your crew :)
Response from GaryL3498 | Property representative |
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!