My husband and I stayed at the Las Sirenas resort during the first week of February. It was the tail end of rainy season and we did experience about 3 half days of rain, however the rest of the time the weather was lovely and sunny!
The resort was very nice, and we enjoyed our room on the second floor, with it's own private balcony overlooking the pool. The pool area was great; a nice calm oasis to relax at any time of the day. The pool itself was cleaned regularly hence was always spotless. The staff at the resort were friendly, hard working, very responsive and kept the resort spotless. The resort is quite small and the upside of this was that we met many wonderful people during our stay at Las Sirenas.
The only downside of this resort is the food which was not very appealing or appetizing. with a very minimal selection of dishes that were repeated day after day. I strongly suspect that the food was the root cause of many gastrointestinal issues that plagued a high percentage of the guests staying at this resort. We got to know roughly 20-25 guests at the resort and approximately 70-75% had been sick during their stay at the Las Sirenas. This clearly points to a systemic issue at the resort and the most common factor across the group would be the food. Most likely cross-contamination occurring in the kitchen during food prep. The resort owners need to take this issue very seriously and investigate to determine the root cause of illness at their resort and correct it, I was sick by day two of our vacation and by day 4 had made the decision to no longer eat ANY food from Las Sirenas.
Now back to the positives, we discovered some 'gems' such as the Java Vine for coffee, wine, tapas, breakfast sandwiches, etc. The wood oven pizzas at BananaRama were delicious for lunch. We had a nice lobster tail dinner at Beachers, although it took almost 2 hours for dinner to be served. The restaurant did not seem to be prepared for the volume of patrons who ordered the lobster special.,
We were fortunate enough to hear some local talent, Brion James and his band, who regularly perform at Beachers on Saturday nights. They were absolutely terrific and a must see if you are vacationing in Roatan. We danced the night away!
Also, the Bite on the Beach, offered fabulous views day and night, along with delicious food. We had an amazing dinner there on our last evening, with a large group of terrific folks we'd met at Las Sirenas.
P.S. many women were covered in bites from 'sand fleas'. The locals recommend applying baby oil on top of your sun screen. Others suggest bug sprays like Deep Woods Off. If you are bug bait at home, then you will be bitten by sand fleas so be for-warned at come prepared.
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- Las Sirenas Roatan
- Las Sirenas Hotel Roatan
- Las Sirenas Hotel & Condos Roatan, Bay Islands, Honduras