For over 40 years, Anthony's Key Resort has been the premier Roatan diving destination resort delivering the spirit of adventure for visitors to Honduras' Bay Islands. Guests to our renowned Roatan resort dive spectacular reefs, interact with dolphins, hike lush tropical gardens, bask in the Caribbean sunshine and much more, while enjoying the comfort of our bungalows and friendly hospitality.
The world's second longest barrier reef system lies just off Roatan's shores, giving divers some of the best diving in the Caribbean. Anthony's Key Resort has PADI 5-Star Gold Palm certification and offers its guests a modern fleet of 10 dive boats.
Our wooden bungalows ring the shoreline of Anthony's Key or hug the hillside overlooking the azure Caribbean, offering comfortable accommodations and a serene island escape.
Discover what avid divers, adventure travelers, nature lovers and active families already know – Anthony's Key Resort is the family-run Roatan resort designed by nature. Our all-inclusive packages with their unique combination of adventure and tranquility keep guests coming back to Anthony's and Honduras' Bay Islands again and again.
Four decades ago, the creators of Anthony's Key Resort envisioned a small, tropical hide-away that would allow adventurous travelers the opportunity to experience the beauty of Roatan and the Caribbean as nature intended.
Today, the resort still retains an intimacy with its surroundings that is reminiscent of a peaceful island village. Charming, wooden bungalows dot the resort's palm studded hillside and rim its shimmering lagoon. Reached by a brief boat ride from the resort's main grounds, the tiny islet that is its namesake features more private bungalows and spectacular ocean vistas. While a favorite pastime among guests is lazing in bungalow hammocks, more active visitors can enjoy various watersports on the key's small beach.
Back at the resort's main grounds, the restaurant and bar are perched high on a hillside surrounded by towering coconut palms. There, more sweeping views and fiery sunsets are served up alongside delicious tropical fare. Just steps below at the waters edge are the photo, gift and dive shops, where there is dockage for a fleet of state-of-the art dive boats. A short walk from there takes visitors to the Roatan Museum and Roatan Institute of Marine Sciences, where guests can participate in educational programs and encounters with marine mammals. More inquisitive guests can join trained naturalists across the lagoon on Bailey's Key to interact with playful dolphins and observe some of the island's indigenous plants and animals along the key's nature trail.
Anthony's Key Resort's successful blend of nature, comfort and hospitality, continues to draw return visitors year after year in search of tranquility and adventure.