First off I have to tell you that for our travel style Roatan is my number one sun destination and trying to find a way to retire here, it's true. And our first stay at Las Sirenas Hotel & Condos started it all off. We stayed in the beach front condo and all I have to say is it was bigger and nicer then my apartment! This place had everything you would want at your house and then some. The staff at the resort will do anything they can for you and because it's such a small place by the second day your chair will even be put out for you on the beach where you prefer to sit. The beach is a good stretch of perfect white sand with crystal clear waters, reminds almost of a swimming pool it's so calm because the reef blocks all the waves from crashing in.
Housekeeping is spot on, drinks are not bad Pina Colada is killer good and their beers taste and refreshing. The meals are not bad they are cocked at the Henry Morgan (owned by same people and its only 2 min away) but plenty to eat. To be honest though the way this Island is laid out and hope it never changes we ended up eating out at the local restaurants more often. The food is really good and very inexpensive. Fosters, Bite on the Beach, Sundowners, Thirsty Turtle just to name a few but the list goes on and on.
Snorkeling and diving our big thing, this place is like no other I have seen so far its paradise. For great snorkeling it's a short walk to the west tip of the Island and you are in the marine park and hours of snorkeling just meters off the shore. For divers well when you get there you will see what I mean you can't NOT find a dive shop or boat they are everywhere.
On top of that you have some good zip lines on the Island, all your standard Parasail, SeaDoos, Nature trails act. Just go explore the place its super safe and loads of fun. And don't forget Friday night in West End it's a great party! Come check it out you won't regret it no matter where you stay and I will let you know how Paradise Beach is as I will be back there in December. Happy travels everyone and stay safe.
A VERY FRIENDLY REMINDER TO ALL DO NOT TOUCH THE CORAL! EVEN IF IT LOOKS JUST LIKE ROCK LEAVE IT ALONE! ONCE YOU TOUCH IT, IT IS DEAD AND WILL NEVER GROW BACK.
Really peeves me off when I am out there and people just stand on it like it nothing and believe me if I see you I will swim over and tell you. Just respect it so we can enjoy it for years to come, please and thank you.