Golf Course Underway at Bahía de Tela

$5 million will be invested in developing a golf course in the Honduran touristic project known as “Los Micos Beach and Golf Resort”.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

The 18-hole course will be designed by Gary Player, a renowned designer with over 300 golf courses around the globe, and will be funded with resources from the investors behind the group called “Desarrollo Turístico Bahía de Tela”.

José Gutiérrez, CEO of the group, told Laprensa.hn that “in addition to the golf course, we are negotiating the first hotel with three international 5-star hotel chains, and we hope to land an agreement in the next months”.

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$43 Million in Second Phase of “Bahía de Tela”

May 2010

$43 million will be invested in developing the second stage of this Honduran tourism project, between July 2010 and October 2012.

The new stage comprises a 120-room, 5-star hotel and an 18-hole golf course, plus a golf club, commercial spaces, a beach club and complementary infrastructure.

La Reunion Golf Resort to Open in Guatemala

March 2009

The project La Reunion Golf Club, in Antigua, will be inaugurated next March 28, with the opening of its golf course.

The complex covers 1.384 hectares, and will include 950 lots, villas and residences when completed. The project will also include a luxury hotel, an ecological boutique hotel, a spa, an observatory and a cultural center.

Honduras: New Golf Course in Hotel Project

April 2009

The "Pristine Bay Resort" project being developed in Roatán will have a golf course designed by Pete and Perry Dye.

The designers of the new golf course are the same ones that designed the golf course in the recently opened "La Reunion" resort in Antigua, Guatemala.

According to an article in cybergolf.com, "Pristine Bay Resort is a tourism project on the island of Roatán, and it will have a hotel, a marina, a spa and condominiums with golf as a centerpiece.

Luxury Resort Planned in Costa Rica

October 2014

An environmental impact study has been presented for a development, estimated at $400 million, which consists of 3 hotels, a golf course and 34 residential buildings on the Pacific coast, province of Puntarenas.

The company LAKE HILLE Y A S.A. has submitted to the Environmental Technical Secretariat of Costa Rica (Setena) an Environmental Impact Study to build a resort called "Punta Loros" in a beach touristic area 45 minutes away from San José, located in Tarcoles Garabito de Puntarenas.

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