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Utila (Isla de Utila)[1] is the third smallest of Honduras‘ Bay Islands, after Roatán and Guanaja, in a region that marks the south end of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System, the second-largest in the world.This is a Beautiful Beach front, newly constructed two story Two (duplex) 1,800 SF Villas, next to town but off a private road. Brand new swimming pool just built. Two story unit includes; Two- three bed rooms, 3.5 bath rooms, detailed hardwood floors & stairs and all New kitchen appliances. Contact owner for dual rental. Utila has unique bars and restaurants,all walking distance. Located near dive shops for scuba enthusiasts.This unit includes electricity of 30k per day only. More will be needed if running ac and cooking. We can accommodate a personal housekeeper or cook while you’re there. Please contact us with requests to make your trip most enjoyable. This is one building with Two 3 bedroom 3bath villas. Each guest after 6people will be charged $40.00 per night. Holiday Rates apply. Please visit our other villa VRBO Listing 598881. View more

We are a family of 5 with 3 adult children. This house with it’s 3 bedrooms and 4 beds worked great for us. It was well furnished and comfortable. As meantioned elsewhere the water pressure is very low. We only used AC at night and we had plenty of electricity for our stay. We rented during the high season so renting was on the pricey side but the house was truly great and we would definitely do it again.

The local manager, Frank, was superb. He always responded very quickly to all our messages (we used WhatsApp to contact him), he helped us with various arrangements, and addressed the few minor issues we had very promptly. Likewise Fabian was very prompt in correspondence regarding booking and helped us with the problems we had with VRBO being very slow in refunding the damage deposit.

We liked the location as it was away from the noise of the bars yet still in walking distance to town, which we normally did. Occasionally we took the taxi which were easy to get and only cost 30L one way. We recommend taking the free boat ride to the Neptune Resort for a day outing as it has a nice beach, good snorkeling, and restaurant. Use bug repellent for the no-see-ums though.

I rented the villa for NYE holidays for a party of six. Everything about the rental was perfect, the villa is fully equipped (furniture, appliances, TV, dishes, etc…). One of the things me and my friends liked the most about the villa was the seaside pool (a shared pool for the two Oyster Bed Lagoon Villas), since almost all the Utila island is surrounded by reef, there’s only two beaches where you can swim, so this was a big plus for us. The sunset from the master bedroom is also one of the highlights.

The pictures shown on the website don’t do justice to the villa, it is actually a lot nicer than the photographs. The property is perfectly well maintained, every corner of the house is clean, the kitchen has plenty of space to cook and store all your groceries.

Chepes Beach, which is the only accesible public beach on the island is located a few minutes away from the villa (5 minutes walking distance). The property is in our opinion really well located, since it isn’t located in the center of main street (really noisy and crowded during the holidays), however the furthest points of the center of Utila are located at a maximum of 25 minutes walking distance. Anyhow, if you don’t like to walk the taxi service (moto-taxi) in Utila is really cheap, and you can get from the villa to the dock in less than 10 minutes.

Beware, there’s a daily amount of electricity you can consume (30kwh/day), which should be more than enough if you don’t leave the lights on and the A/C running. The managers can arrange pick-up at the dock, we where picked up in a van with enough space for a week’s luggage and supplies, note the price of the transportation is not included (total 400 lempiras = $20). Also beware, some tourism rates and taxes are not included on the total price shown on the website, besides that absolutely everything about our stay was awesome.

Utila (Isla de Utila)[1] is the third smallest of Honduras‘ Bay Islands, after Roatán and Guanaja, in a region that marks the south end of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System, the second-largest in the world.This is a Beautiful Beach front, newly constructed two story Two (duplex) 1,800 SF Villas, next to the town, but off a private road. Brand new swimming pool just built. Two story unit includes; Two- three bed rooms, 3.5 bath rooms, detailed hardwood floors & stairs and all New kitchen appliances. Contact owner for dual rental. Utila has unique bars and restaurants,all walking distance. Located near dive shops for scuba enthusiasts.This unit includes electricity of 30k per day only. More will be needed if running ac and cooking. We can accommodate a personal housekeeper or cook while you’re there. Please contact us with requests to make your trip most enjoyable. This is one building with Two 3 bedroom 3bath villas. Each guest after 6people will be charged $40.00 per night. Holiday Rates apply. Please visit other villa for booking VRBO Listing #692501 View more

We were a group of 5 adults so the 3 bedrooms with attached baths were perfect. The kitchen had everything we needed and somethings we never thought we would need like the little cooler we found which came in handy for our adventures exploring the island. The bedrooms were well furnished and the bathrooms were spacious. The water pressure was touch and go but nothing you couldn’t handle. From our arrival to our departure if there was anything we needed or couldn’t find, Frank was the go-to-man. He even arranged a beverage delivery to the villa on a day we were out on a boat cruising around the island. I highly advise to get a golf cart – it came in handy for exploring which we did a lot of, I think we found roads that weren’t even on the map, and for those trips into the grocery store and restaurants. The pool was a nice thing, sometimes you want to get cooled off and not have it be salt water There is some construction in progress and it appears that Oyster Bed Lagoon is going to expand a great deal – I don’t like to see that, we enjoyed being there with no neighbors and just the ocean and mangroves to look at. We ate breakfast in most days, occasional sandwiches for lunch and left-overs for dinner 2 nights. We took advantage of the wonderful ocean breeze during the day and turned on the air conditioning at night. We tried to sleep with the windows open one night but the no-see-ems found us and it wasn’t pleasant So if you are careful you shouldn’t have any problem staying within the allotted 30 KW..We used Coral Bay divers on the west end of the island and they were wonderful – Jen was awesome. They even credited us because one of our party had a medical issue and was unable to do their dive. We went to Neptunes beach and our experience was only OK, The beach and snorkeling were good but when we got there we ordered lunch and at the same time two dive boats pulled in and we ended up waiting 90 minutes for our meal. Water Cay was a nice day trip. My only suggestions for the villa would be lounge chairs around the pool and information about the island – a map would have been helpful , listing of restaurants, grocery stores etc. And just a hint – all the restaurants aren’t open every day so ask around. RJ’s was good but get there early and the best pizza was at Skidrow. We had a wonderful time and would certainly stay here again.Maybe we will see whale sharks next time. Thanks Fabian and Frank.