Just to clarify for anyone reading this review. We are seasoned travellers who have been just about anywhere you can name in the caribean and central south america. When people write a review they need to be able to compare to other places properly. Lets face it the bottom line for most of us is the price tag and what we are getting for our money. So when we compare to our many and I mean many travel experiences we are trying to be open minded. This resort is small and so one would likely understand food selection isn't the best. Quality however there is no excuse for...or should I say lack of. It should be noted that not only was the quality poor but being bug free would be important. Let me explain what we saw for our selves. There were pudding dishes setting out and each one had a bug in them, some two. When we brought this to the attention of the resturant staff, she simply went over to the pudding dishes waived her hands and the bugs that didn't fly away she picked out. Now I've done my share of "deep woods" camping at hunt camps etc. where things like this happen and or ignored. But never have I payed good money to eat at an All Inclusive that had this kind of an experience. I'm hopeing this isn't a standard. It would however explain why people who arrived before us had been sick and why many of the people who came in with us got sick. Now with saying this one needs to understand that the Flu bug was around and one could of got sick from the plane or who-knows.
Their La Carte dinner is very good, but you only get one of them per week. I find it strange that the food quality in the La Carte was so good and the Buffet was simply said the worse we had ever had. The service overal was quite good and friendly. The rooms are nice. the beach is great and of course Roatans water is to us one of the best. We have been to Roatan before and this trip we found the beach very busy with pendlers. Bugs can always be bad in Roatan, so bring spray. It is my understanding the old manager had died and there is a new manager. Hopefully he can and will listen to the complaints and adjust accordly. Anyone there when we were he has already lost them as a possible repeator based on the cost of the trip vs other locations. It is fair to say that all inclusive resorts in Roatan don't have a great repor for their food. You are better served renting a palce in this country and you can eat all your meals out at any number of resturants in west end village. The end result is you won't spend much more but you will notice a quality difference. We've done both. Be warned. Rick and Sandy
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located on one of nature’s perfect beaches and nestled in verdant, mature, tropical gardens our family run resort was tastefully designed with the discerning traveller in mind. You want to sit back and soak up the sun with the occasional cooling paddle in the azure Caribbean Sea whilst being waited on by our attentive family of representatives. Maybe go diving in the unspoilt reefs or swim with dolphins? However you choose to spend your time, you can be assured of a warm welcome, superb air-conditioned accommodation, menus to suit all tastes and budgets but most of all, the holiday of a lifetime. A taste of paradise that will keep you going until the next time you can escape life’s realities and join us again. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Paradise Beach Club Hotel West Bay
- Paradise Beach Resort
- Paradise Beach Hotel Roatan, Bay Islands, Honduras