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Recent Roatan reviews

  • Amazing Views

    "Views are spectacular, even from the back, as owners have allowed beautiful tropical plants and flowers to grow right up to the house. Wonderful breezes from every direction with all windows screened, and ceiling fans for when it's calm. Too hot? Walk to the end of the dock and fall in. Did not rent a car...don't really need one. Restaurants, dolphins, and dive shops 5 min. walk. Johnny or James can take you anywhere, get you anything, and with either or both present we NEVER felt unsafe at any time. Take a water taxi for a fun ride...they'll take you right to the dock, or pick you up there. Great place to meet the locals and steer clear of heavy tourist traffic. James gave us a couple recipes, fun island cooking lessons, and a birthday party. Rising early one morning, we witnessed the most unexpected and spectacular tangerine sunrise either myself or my wife had ever seen. Credit cards work many places, but you need cash for miscellaneous items/services and especially for tips, which are much appreciated as wages are quite low. An ATM card is a must if you prefer to carry smaller amounts of cash. Turn in any leftover Lempira at the Airport to cover your exit fees. Should we return to Roatan, we would check first to see if Casa Cowee was available."
    Guest: Podsnap Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 1, 2014
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  • Nice tropical place to visit

    "We just got back. The condo was very nice to stay in. The kitchen was capable to cook up meals (bring your own spices, sugar and salt; nothing is there) , the bed was very comfortable, the internet was quick, the resort was nice. If you are going to do a lot of cooking take a taxi to the Aldons ($30) to get stocked up. If your just going to do the basics the strip mall grocery store within walking distance will suffice. (just don't buy the pudding it was spoiled) The store also has a nice breakfast, was kind of interesting eating breakfast in the middle of a grocery store. We bought bread, peanut butter, jelly, pop, liquor and snacks from them. We used the dive shop at the resort for shore dives every day, $22 a dive. It was nice to be able to dive on your own and see and go on your own pace. There is two reefs, one at about 15 to 20 feet deep about 75 yards out and then about 50 yards of sand (look for flounders and rays here) and then a reef at about 30ft that goes down to about 80ft. We seen green eels, turtles, scorpion fish, lion fish (didn't have a spear), shark, starfish, lobsters and a ton of various fish including large grouper. We did not do a boat dive, we enjoyed the shore diving so much. We ate at the numerous restaurants along the beach every night. Each displays their specials on a sign as a you walk by. Happy hour from 4p to 7p everynight. There was live music or movies on the beach to keep you entertained. At the restaurant "bite on the beach" which is on the water, they have large green eels you can see while eating dinner. The best entertainment was the beautiful sunsets every night. Talking about food, "banana donut", is a saying every visitor will recognize, he was even at the airport when we were leaving. The pool was nice to lay around during the day, so was the beach, don't forget the sunscreen. The bugs never bothered us. The shuttle from the airport and back was a nice option. We only ate breakfast one day at the resort. It was good but expensive. We took several walks in the area, hilly and hot but very nice views. Most of the time the beach was quite quiet and relaxing. It got busy a few days for a few hours when the cruise passengers showed up but it was not overwhelming. The evenings were always quiet. We would stay here again. This beach area ranks up at the top of my list, especially if you like to shore dive."
    Guest: Russ W. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: February 10, 2014
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  • Decompression

    "My wife and I spent 9 nights to celebrate our 60th birthdays. I really can't add much more to the existing reviews except you can believe them. A great place for a self-sufficient couple. We didn't rent a car because as we knew from our visit over 20 years ago that the roads aren't great out in this area. Franklin and Junior picked us up at the airport in Pauls 'Beast' pickup and took us by a modernized grocery store to provision up. We shopped on the fly, but it worked out fine. We were able to buy lobster from a fisherman who stopped at the dock. We also managed to score some lobster and conch on the reefs nearby while snorkeling. All the toys are there for water play, but thankfully no 'waverunner'. Dories are available as water taxis to take you to nearby restaurants on the water if you want a lunch out. We enjoyed BJ's and Pokeys. The canal (mangrove tunnel) is pretty cool if you can catch a ride through there at high tide, and a quick ride over to Jonesville, or Oak Ridge for limited food/drink provisions (we didn't plan the rum supply correctly). We were lucky enough to catch a ride by ocean to Fantasy Island toward French Harbor for a lunch and feeding of the lion. Met some happy people over there. Thankfully, we met Paul on the last couple of days we were there and enjoyed spending time with him, a most gracious host. Franklin managed our maintenance issues handsomely considering the 'island time' effect. Junior was a joy and hooked us up with a lot of local knowledge. We felt secure because of his omnipresence on the property. Diving on the Mesoamerican Reef is the best you will find within 20 hours airline flight. This was only 3 hours from Atlanta......."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 18, 2014
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  • Fun Fun Fun!

    "Thanks so much for your condo. My 17 month old sister and I had a great time. The beach is so much fun and there is so much room to make sand castles and stuff, though on a couple busy days the ice cream man did roll over them. Since I'm 8 years old, I went snorkeling and I could not believe how many different fish that were on the reef which is not very far from the beach. I saw flounders, huge parrot fishes, barracuda, and stonefish. Plus we got to feed the fish a lot, both in front of the resort and further down at the end of the beach by the iron shore, where there were also iguanas. The pool was also great for my sister since she was so small, as there is a very shallow end that gave her plenty of room to play in the water. We also like walking along the beach to some restaurants and seeing the crabs in the sand. Don't forget to stop at Celeste's Island Cuisine to have breakfast with the parrots. One of the best things was doing the Dolphin Action Swim at Anthony's Key Resort. I have learned a lot about the dolphins. I hope my parents bring us back soon!"
    Guest: Michael Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 15, 2014
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