We stayed five nights at Lost Paradise and found the accommodations quite charming. According to several ex-patriots that we met on the island Lost Paradise was one of the first resorts on the island. It is owned by a local family and Mr. Santiago met us himself and helped us with the luggage. We had the Pisces bungalow right on the sea. It was a wonderful place to watch the sun set. The resort is located right at the end of the main strip of the West End. There is an open air restaurant and bar next door and you will hear the music late into the night later in the week. This is a no frills place where you can enjoy the water and the night life of the west end. The setting is beautiful and the staff could not have been nicer. One word of caution, we left our beach shoes on the porch overnight to dry and they were gone the next morning. We found Roatan to be very safe and we got a little to comfortable toward the end of our two week stay. Overall it was a great visit.