Roatan’s Five-Star Pristine Bay Resort Nears End of Phase One Construction

Pristine Bay Resort recently announced its five-star hotel, beach club, vacation villas and luxury real estate offerings are nearing the completion of construction for phase one of the project.

Scheduled for a soft opening to start 2012, Pristine Bay is located on the tropical island of Roatan, 40 miles off the coast of Honduras. The luxury resort hotel will initially have 30 standard guest rooms, 11 two-bedroom villas, a five-star restaurant “Las Pergolas,” beachfront infinity pools and a palapa bar. A full-service 6,000-square-foot spa, remaining guest rooms and villas will follow in phase two of the project to commence later this year.

Currently, 10 two-bedroom luxury villas are available for short- and long-term rentals to those seeking to play The Black Pearl – Roatan’s first golf course, designed by Perry and Pete Dye. The villas feature comfortable, well-appointed interiors with expansive outdoor living space and custom-designed pools.

Also scheduled to debut in early 2012 is Pristine Bay’s 25,000-square-foot Beach Club. Open to real estate owners and private members of the resort, it will showcase the largest infinity edge pool in Central America (18,000 square feet), three hard courts for tennis, private beach, international restaurant, pool bar and grill, croquet field, movie theatre, pro shop and fully-equipped locker rooms.

Pristine Bay’s real estate continues to sell at a fast clip. Its Royal View Villa Suites, introduced at the beginning of 2011, are 90 percent sold. Construction has started on all 34 of its Pearl Court Villas, and only a handful of residential lots remain available from phase one of the project.