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- Reviews: 1226
Posada Las Orquideas: Good Mid-Range Option
I stayed in Posada Las Orquideas for about four nights in January 2008. The hotel is very new and the facilities are excellent: each room has two comfortable beds, traditional bedspreads, a new, clean bathroom (with hot water) and a mini-fridge. I believe some rooms also have kitchenettes. The hotel isn't right on the beach, but there is a pier behind the hotel with a hammock and some beach chairs, and I think you could go swimming off the pier if you wanted. Each room also has a sea-view patio with a hammock for relaxing. In the office there is a book exchange, so bring a book for swapping when you arrive!
The ONLY downside to this hotel is its location. To get into town from Las Orquideas, you have to walk down an unlit dirt road that is literally crawling with large roaches and huge centipedes. It's fine during the day, but at night I personally found it terrifying (because I have a phobia of bugs). If you don't mind bugs you'll be fine, but if you're a bit squeamish then consider staying at Las Orquideas' sister property - Posada Arco Iris.
- Reviews: 6
Bananarama: Roatan's relaxing beach bungalows!
An absolute blast! The beach was fantastic- white sand- never wore shoes (do bring DEET though). Diving was awesome! Other guests were very outgoing and a group of us teamed up and made a go of dives and dinner several times. Very laid back, casual and relaxing atmosphere.
Dive shop was great. Marco was fantasic Dive Master! very professional and good descents and deco stops. great site picks too.
beautiful white sand beach- a rariety in Roatan. Owner Louis was always on top of things making sure every one was taken care of. If you asked for something to be fixed or needed something, it happened right away, just like he said it would.
- Reviews: 131
Mayan Princess: www.mayanprincess.com
What a great place this is. It's a little pricey, but I got a discount for offseason. The service is excellent. The rooms are spacious, with full kitchen. The pool in the center of the complex is really nice. The location is excellent, right on West Bay beach overlooking the wonderful blue waters of the carribbean.
- Reviews: 936
The Mayan Princess Beach Resort & Spa: Not Inexpensive but Maybe One of the Nicest
We did not stay at Mayan Princess Beach Resort & Spa because we arrived on Roatan by cruise ship. But when I was doing research on Roatan I came across the listing for this hotel. I was interested because at first I thought it was one of the Fairmont Princess Hotels which I really like. Apparently, it is not connected with that group though.
However, it seems to offer a good location and many amenities. It is located on West Bay Beach only 20 minutes from the Roatan airport. There are one and two-bedroom air-conditioned "villas" with fully equipped kitchens, a very large swimming pool, room service, a restaurant and bar, wireless internet for a charge, satellite cable TV, live entertainment on the weekends, a tour desk, and more! Don't forget they are on the beach!! To book activities & tours on the island, stop by their tour desk.
The "Mayan Princess Beach Bar & Grill" offers breakfast, lunch & dinner. A new restaurant, ""Caliente" sounds like it will be quite a jewel when completed. Located on the beachfront, Caliente will be a gourmet, beachfront restaurant featuring a decor emphasizing mosaics inside and out.
UPDATE: Room rates on the hotel site can be confusing so it is imperative to verify prices in writing. Rates change depending on whether it is a weekday or weekend day and low, medium or high season. Prices are per person!!
Doubles $119 weekdays; $149 Weekend
2012 High Season:
Beach front Weekly $1,949 to $3,499
Room rates will vary depending on the season, days of the week and whether your suite/villa is facing the pool or the beach. A one-bedroom, beach front room booked for Sunday through Thursday (January 1st thru Sept. 30th) will cost you $190 per night including breakfast. The same room on a weekends will run $219. On top of that price you must add 16% tax.
The hotel offers special 7-night packages with special features such as numerous diving trips, all meals, taxes and airport transfers which cost roughly $1,400 per person + tax. This seems very expensive to me but diving trips by themselves can cost over $100 per person each time, so maybe it's a great bargain!!
I wouldn't say the rooms look lavishly furnished, but they are still a cut above the norm. The beach would be a huge draw as would the pool and surrounding grounds. Another plus would be the included breakfast and airport transfers. Having a tour desk on the premises would be handy if you don't rent a car.
- Reviews: 19
Fantasy Island resort: Great diving resort
An average 3 star. Food was good. Pillows a little too small. IF you are into diving or just relaxing I would recommend this resort.
Dive shop and dive masters. Mark our DM was probably one of the best. He spotted a dozen sea horses.
- Reviews: 238
Bravo Club Henry Morgan: a beautiful resort
We've been at the "Bravo Club Henry Morgan", an italian resort on the West Bay Beach. It's a very nice resort all made in wood, according to a local custom. It's divided in two parts: in the central structure there are the reception, the lobby bar with some sofa where you can be confortable chatting with your friends. Sofas are round a little tropical garden in the open air, creating a nice colonial athmosphere. Upstairs there is the restautant, with a beautiful view of the swimmingpool and the beach. The second part is made up of many little houses where are the rooms, all very confortable.
Go outdoor the central building, turn around the swimmingpool, surrounded by a tropical vegetation, and go to the beach...wow! Its view take your breath away!
- Reviews: 1
Bay Islands Beach Resort: Best place to stay on the Island
It is like staying with family. Not exotic but relaxing, laid back and the best dive masters on the island. I have been going here for four years now.
Great location, great dive masters and the best owners.
- Reviews: 1
Coral Beach Inn and Vacation Rentals: Roatan's easiest diving
We stayed a week and just rented a plain room on the beach that came with a/c. Did boat dives on Fantasy island boats and shore dives and snorkeled right out our front door there at Coral Beach. Also took a fishing trip and island tour from the dock right there. Meal plans were great! Sandy makes great Jambalya. And the home-made cream puffs are to die for!
Sandy and Waylon told us all the best places to go and things to see. They also introduced us to people and made us feel at home on Roatan.
We went to the Iguana Farm
Hole in the Wall
The View was a great place for sunset drinks. But so was Coral Beach itself.
Black Pearl night club on the beach from dancing and live music
Dove Pigeon Keys and fished and saw the mangrove tunnels near Jonesville.
We went shopping in Coxen Hole
We did the canopy ride in West Bay
The reef sits right on shore here--then you swim just a bit and there's the wall. The reef and wall goes for quite a way in both directions and made diving a breeze. Sandy and Waylon are really nice people to stay with and seemed to be there when you needed them or not when you wanted to be left alone--like elves or something.
Flowers in our room each day was a nice touch.
We rented the jeep they have there and toured the island. They gave us a map and told us the best places to go. They even took us to Hole in the Wall for a Sunday buffet by boat. Room came with mini-fridge that was kept stocked with drinks and snacks.
The place is right on it's own very long private beach with gardens behind it. Our room opened right onto the beach. Tanks were waiting each morning and we could dive on our own scedule.
We used the ceiling fans most nights as there was a nice breeze. But we also had the A/c if it got warm during the day.
This is a small place. Just had three rooms--one came with a kitchen. But they also have two nice houses to rent across the street. We might try one of them next time that has a king-sized waterbed and a great deck and view upstairs off the bedroom.
- Reviews: 207
Valerie´s: Great place and friendly host
I stayed at Valerie´s 6 nights in December 2000. I even celebrated Christmas here. This hostel is really nice. It consists of many different rooms and buildings all built together around a courtyard with many plants. We stayed in a caravan, which was built together with the rest of the hostel, so you could only see it was a caravan when you entered. We had our own semi-private bathroom just outside the room. We paid US$ 5 pr. person. There were also cheaper dormitories and more expensive double rooms with private bathrooms. There is a kitchen, where you can cook your own food if you want to, and you can buy beverages.
The friendly Irish woman who owns this place, organized Christmas for all of us. It was a great party. We all helped cook the Christmas dinner and then we ate, drank and sang the rest of the night. Some of her friends also showed up and partied with us. Later that night we went to a nearby bar to party some more.
- Reviews: 36
Lost paradise inn: Great place to stay
Comfortable rooms, a/c, refrigerator, private beach. This hotel is close to the restaurant and grosery stores area. It is just perfect.
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