La Ensenada Beach Resort & Convention Center

Address: Barrio Terencio Sierra, Tela, AT2200, Honduras | Resort
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This resort, located on Barrio Terencio Sierra, Tela, is near Lancetilla Botanical Garden and Roatan Island.
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          • Kids pool
          • Adult pool
          • Outdoor pool
          • Fitness/Health center
          • Bar/lounge


          • Minbar in room
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • Refrigerator in room
          • Microwave in room
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Family rooms


          • Conference facilities
          • Concierge desk
          • Banquet room
          • Multilingual staff
          • Business Services
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TripAdvisor Reviews La Ensenada Beach Resort & Convention Center Tela

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Tela

          Honduras - Cangrejal River

          A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Nov 22, 2014

          24 photos

          ... we didnīt even mind. One by one, we had to jump to the river, swim to the part where the current was much stronger and float down the river while avoiding all the rocks. It was such a great fun!

          At that point we were ready to start our white water rafting trip. We were divided into two groups: 1.- Gonzalo and I, and 2.- Chang, Jacob and Daniel. Before we actually departed we had practiced some basic orders given to us by our guide. We were fully prepared for ...

          Return of the Garifuna

          A travel blog entry by sacolargo on Oct 03, 2014

          13 photos

          ... might expect the forceful eviction was a difficult and frightening experience for everyone. One of the Garifuna being interviewed said quite bluntly "We have no where to go. This is our ancestral home. We will not leave." Considering how peaceful Barra Vieja is, the rest of Honduras would be a threat to them. Their main livelihood has been fishing, being able to sell the fish in the market at Tela. The rest of the country is foreign to the Garifuna. Among ...

          Return to the Caribbean

          A travel blog entry by jandkross on Mar 12, 2012

          38 photos

          ... by the number of Honduran families there on this a weekday morning and, with few western tourists around, we were again the only ones not to be bathing fully clothed. We even watched as a group of teenage schoolboys ran straight into the sea dressed in their school uniforms of white shirts and long grey trousers. Despite signs everywhere prohibiting the leaving of litter, there was quite a bit of rubbish on the beach which was a real shame. We watched ...

          A Gringa in Cofradia

          A travel blog entry by mrg8920 on Aug 08, 2011

          10 comments, 31 photos

          When living in Spain I never felt out of place. While all the blonde tall girls were getting whistled and stared at I was able to blend right into the crowd with the Spanish girls and their medium complexions and dark wavy hair. In Honduras it's a very different story. I am a gringa, the slang term for white girl. The cat calls, whistles, hisses, and various other sounds of "affection" are quite common. I guess its what you expect in such a machismo ...

          Our first taste of the Caribbean!

          A travel blog entry by musaandbecky on Sep 20, 2010

          1 comment, 17 photos

          On Wednesday (15th Sept) Me, Musa, Carl and Lily (our housemates) headed up to Tela on the North Coast. This is where my great great grandmother's cousin was stationed as a Christian Missionary in the early 20th Century!

          We stayed at a hotel which probably ranks somewhere in my bottom 3 accommodation choices of all time but hey, what can you expect for US$5 per night? In its defence it did have a little ...