Indura Beach & Golf Resort, Curio Collection by Hilton

Planned with the utmost care to both enhance and protect, this resort absorbs and articulates the heritage of the area while providing a catalyst for tourism growth. Architectural styles, structural footprints, and design processes resulted in little environmental disturbance allowing the existing native flora and fauna to flourish within. Inspired by the thatched huts of the nearby Garifuna community, stylized villas poised on stilts allow for zero disturbance to natural animal migration patterns, and assist with irrigation, drainage, and air flow. Similarly, elevated roads permit wildlife passage without danger from vehicular traffic. The nature, ocean-peek, and ocean view suites are connected by footpaths that meander to a pristine beach. The design incorporates the liberal use of local Honduran products and sustainable materials, including bamboo, local pine, and decorative accents of Guanacaste wood. With an investment of $133 million, the resort features a wealth of amenities including an 18-hole Gary Player designed championship golf course, world-class spa, residences, beach club, and a 5-star boutique hotel.

EDSA provided master planning and detailed design services for the property.

Project Details

Location:
Bahia de Tela, Honduras
Client:
DTBT - Desarrollo Turístico Bahía de Tela
Scope:
Master Planning
Detail Design Services
Scale:
1,800 Acres