Henry Morgan Resort
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We came here last year and things have definitely changed, some for better others fir worse.For the buffet they replaced regular plates for dessert plates, so eating was a challenge. Lunch and dinner are almost the same food. The staff is very friendly especially Marcial at the dining room.This time we stayed at the beach front rooms which are nice because they are new and updated.The management needs to do better.
Hotel is about a 3.5-4.0 star rating. Looks outdated but fits the island feel. Pool and beach was nice and clean. The staff were nice and the food was good. If you are looking for a high class resort this is not the place. Very small but quaint. Massage right n the beach were very cheap and relaxing. A lot of locals selling things. Overall thought, cute but wouldn't stay there for a week. Maybe just a weekend visit.
One of my worst hotel experiences ever!!!Everything began already quite messy, since the resort was completely full and we had a hard time as a group to figure out which rooms can be used (this could have been solved easily in advance and not during the check in procedure). And the things kept on going worse day by day. When we first came to our room, we figured out that they gave us the wrong A/C remote control and that the safe box was not working. The best part of the resort is the food. For the fact that it is a buffet the food is quite good and they offer a variety of different styles and fruits. Whereas the drinks where horrible since they were all served in either plastic or paper cups.The beach was quite nice but just destroyed by tons of beach lounge chairs side by side which means no privacy at all. Throughout the stay we had a couple of more problems. One day our A/C broke and it took them the !!whole!! day to fix it!!! (Even though they were responding that it will take 15 more minutes every time I asked). The most common problem we had was that after a couple of days the cards get deleted and don't work anymore for your room. So you have to go all the way back to the reception to get it working again. This happened 5 times in 2 weeks. Unfortunately during our stay we all had problems with diarrhea which I hope is a problem of the island and not of the resort since the water contains a lot of bacteria...Last but not least I was bitterly disappointed with the resort staff. We were always very nice (even talking to them in Spanish to get everything right) and were never complaining about all these problems but they treated us like we were creating all these problems on purpose.So all in all I would definitely NOT recommend this specific resort on Roatan, but rather stick to anything else and enjoy the island since it's very beautiful place.
Let me start by saying that we are fair and kind people. I don't usually write a review unless I have something nice to say, but this one, I cannot let slide. I feel like I need to warn y'all.We stayed here because a large group of friends were staying and we wanted to be close to them. There are several other resorts/hotels/AirB&Bs that are very close, so if you're in a similar situation, just pick a different place to stay. The price was $99 per person per night. Sounds decent for an all inclusive, but it felt like we weren't even getting what we paid for.First, the room (building #12):Cool canopy over a large bed. Small table with two chairs. One twin bed with a cushion as a mattress. There were two hammocks on the balcony overlooking other rooms. There was a small TV with cable. The closets were kind of torn up and the safe was falling out of the drywall. It didn't have batteries so we couldn't even use it.The bathroom was old with a dirty shower. The sliding door was broken and hard to shut. The shower head -- ugh this frickin shower head -- was coming out of the wall so it sprayed out and onto the tile floor. There was no water pressure, so taking a shower after being in the ocean all day took forever. There is a soap dispenser in the shower but it was empty. They do provide bars of soap and packets of shampoo. Housekeeping forgot to leave us a bath mat, so we had to use our towels to clean up the puddles of water from the shower. One of the towels we got was torn and had what looked like ink or makeup stains. There was a holder for a hair dryer, but no actual hair dryer.Now, the "grounds":There were large cushioned chairs all over the lounge area. They looked cool at first, but up close, they were torn and stained. The bathrooms by the dining area were broken and filthy. The gift shop was terrifying with weird child sized mannequins and a strange amount of baby clothes. Oh, and $21 sunscreen. The back end of the lounge had a few pool tables by the bar. The pool seemed okay, but we didn't go in it because the beautiful beach is just a few steps away. They have an outside bar and large deck where they host a fun looking dance class. There were a ton of lounge chairs by the beach, and towels were available with a voucher from the front desk. For some reason they need you to return the towels by 5. Somehow a few of our towels went missing, which then they expect you to pay for them. Luckily, the guy at the towel stand was understanding. We clearly did not steal them. It kind of felt like the staff gathered the towels that were left of the lounge chairs, then the hotel would expect you to pay for them. Scam. Not a very comforting feeling.The swim area is nice, but it is right next to about a half dozen boats that offer charters for the whole beach area. We did book a snorkel trip for $15 per person, so it was kind of convenient to have the boats right there. We went to the Blue Channel. Very beautiful and highly recommended. Next, the dining:The food was just okay. For breakfast they have an omelet station and lots of pastries. The lunch was pretty much the same as the dinner. Buffet-style with some odd choices. The food was the same every day. The drink station was always running out of mismatched cups and the ice was in a cooler with a scoop. It did not seem very sanitary. Probably why the entire group got diarrhea. I'm guessing that the water that comes out of the soda machine isn't filtered. Nor is the water that they use to wash produce, or the water we used to brush our teeth, or the water and ice used for bar drinks.Of course, the bar was the best part of this place. They use super cheap booze but the bartenders are friendly and made our visit fun. Bring your own cup so you don't have to use the paper and plastic ones. The outside bar is pretty dirty. It's where they served the snacks, which looked like homemade donuts. We ended up eating out for over half of the meals. Other stuff:You have to pay for WiFi, which only works in the lobby and dining area. The A/C didn't work in some of the rooms, and our group had to keep asking for it to be fixed or switch rooms. There were a few tables set up for info on excursions, but no one was available half the time. Security would not allow guests from other resorts in the lobby, even if they were meeting us for an excursion. The mattress was very thin and hard. They have water coolers set up in the lobby that dispense not cold water. You get two tiny water bottles in the room that you are expected to refill from the lobby water. Do not drink tap water!! You will get diarrhea and it will have you using the filthy lobby bathrooms every 30 mins while you're trying to enjoy the beach cluttered with boats and people trying to sell you things.Something nice:They had nightly entertainment, which had a lot of odd parts, but overall the dancers were great. The staff (except front desk) were friendly. The newer suites that our friends had were updated and clean. They have a dive shop where you can rent good snorkel gear. The guy running that was cool and nice. In summary, just stay somewhere else. This place was truly a waste of money. I would pay the extra $40-$60 a night to stay at one of the nicer places nearby. I really can't believe the owner and managers allow this place to be so terrible. They can do better, and for now, so can you. Hope this helps in decision making for vacations and also encourages the management to make changes. The stars are for the friendly staff who deserve to work in a better establishment.
My husband and I went to Roatan, Honduras for our 46th wedding anniversary, we loved Roatan \, it is a beautiful place. Henry Morgan Resort was a huge disappointment, it is a "resort" that needs lots of work, we paid for transportation from the airport to the hotel and no one showed up to pick us up, no explanation was given to us.. The room was at the very end of the building and the lighting was very poor, had to be very careful going up the stairs to our room. They don't provide any amenities, so bring your own shampoo, soap. On the second day the hot water in the shower stop working every day we were given a different excuse, they replace the water heater the last day of our stay. The food was the same food for breakfast, lunch and dinner, we got tired of eating the same food, all day every day, we had to go eat out, even it is an all inclusive. The personnel was very nice with the exception at the reception who were very rude. The beach it is beautiful and the activities are very reasonable price. We will go back to Roatan , but never to Henry Morgan "Resort"
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Henry Morgan ResortHonduras,Honduras
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Carretera Pavimentada Ppal, West Bay Beach, West Bay, Roatan Honduras
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