Las Sirenas Hotel & Condos

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The Hotel Las Sirenas is located on the most beautiful beach in Honduras and is managed by the Henry Morgan Resort.
 
Location: On West Bay Beach, 20 minutes from the airport.

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  • Sue R : Kanosh, Utah, United States
Wonderful Accommodations and Service at This Resort

The Diveshop booked this trip for 33 three of us and we stayed at the Myan Princess/LasSirenas part of the resort where we were treated like kings and greens. As my husand said "the level of service was embarrassing". I honestly don't know how they handle several guests with other groups at one time, but for the most part, all the employees at this resort were on top of their game and so friendly going out of their way to make sure everyone was happy and satisfied. The PADI dive shop there is also very well organized as they managed to get everyone 3 dives per day and one of these days had a night dive. That compressor must not have stopped. Our room was always made up every day with care and I absolutely love the animals the staff makes out of the towels left on our bed. Whether it was bar tenders, wait staff, or housekeeping, everyone did a fantastic job. There was only one day where something might have been a bit off and you know we had a great trip when the only things we could complain about was a steak I was served one night that I could not even bite into it was so tough and that same day one of the bar tenders did not make my husband's Monkey La La correctly. Other than that, everything was just great and I would like to thank everyone there again for a wonderful, great experience!

  • 398donnab : Fort Mohave, Arizona
Dive Trip

The check-in process went smoothly, but I would have liked a little more time before the dive briefing. Our room was not huge and at 10 PM we discovered we had no hot water. We were immediately moved to an identical room with hot water. The only problem with the room was the condensation form the AC unit dripped onto the tile floor. Otherwise, it met our needs (we are very basic people). Marilyn, the housekeeper, made it spotless every day. I guess the bed was comfortable because I slept well.The breakfast and lunch buffet served a great variety, including omelettes and fresh tortillas. Lots of fruit and vegetables. My only real concern with dinner was the amount of food. Too much. I finally opted for a salad and appetizer as I hate wasting food especially in a country as poor as the Honduras. Generally, the food was fresh and appetizing. The service was amazing. I felt like a pampered guest. The staff were hard working but always took the time to greet us as we walked by, including the guys raking the beach or clipping the hedges. Rudy was great, and he treated us more like a friend than paying guests. The diving was pretty good, but it had been raining and no one can control the weather. The crew on our boat, Paul, Edgardo, and Dario were super. I had a day with Barry as well for review and he renewed my confidence. I must add a took a tumble on the boat, split my lip and bruised my thigh and arm. No one's fault. The crew assisted me off the boat to shore after I assured them I would be OK. The bartender kindly provided me with ice for my lip, and the resort recommended I seek medical attention. They provided Mario to translate, and Omar from the front desk went as well. I was treated at Woods Clinic in Coxan Hole. In and out in an hour. I went back to diving 2 days later. I can't say too much about the bar as I drink little. My husband took a liking to the Imperial beer. I had pineapple juice one day and I swear it had never seen a can. William brought it, and later I had one with rum in it. Caution: William mixes them strong.We took the island the island tour with Freddy and had a blast as well. Loved the chocolate factory. He also took us to a great store that sold Honduran goods. We would love to return soon.

  • Jan S :
Charming Dive Destination

Just returned from 12 days all inclusive dive trip to Las Sirenas. Most notable part of the trip was the amazing staff! So accommodating. Rudolph Green and Cindy in the restaurant were excellent and Sulyapa gave me the best pedicure I have ever had. Great dive masters Paul and Edgar kept us busy and in the water. This place is a fantastic value. All inclusive for us included all meals, all bar, 2 morning dives and 1 afternoon dive each day, one night dive. What else could there be to add? The food was not exceptional, but there was more of it than we needed. The bar was great, but I agree with Ted in his review, it could be better with more consistency. We had a little bad luck with our room which is what keeps my review from being 5 star. Part of the problem was that we didn’t complain sooner. Our shower head was not working properly, nor our toilet. However, as soon as we made a complaint, they were repaired in short order. The swimming pools at both Las Sirenas and Mayan Princess (usable by guests at either location) were immaculate and very beautiful. The beach was gorgeous. In fact while we were there there was a tropical depression that stirred up the surf. As soon as it subsided, employees were out raking the debris away. They keep this place amazingly clean! We had no trouble with mosquitoes or biting bugs, which we expected. I would recommend this resort to anyone wanting a tropical destination vacation. And, you can be as busy or as lazy as you choose. The resort offers services to all the local “attractions”. We went to Gumbalimba park where we held cappucian monkeys and gorgeous military and scarlet macaws. We visited another site where we were able to hold a sloth. We walked the beach from the west end where Las Sirenas is up to West Bay without any fear. Roatan felt very safe the entire time we were there.

  • TedRecupero : Kanosh, Utah
Better than words can describe. Beautiful place.

This is a dual resort, Mayan Princess/Las Sirenas. I don't know what the differences are, because we had the run of the whole place. My wife said, "I expect DI Goodman show up anytime". Luckily there was no death in this paradise. The level of service was actually embarrassing. I have never been treated like this anywhere. I could get used to that......I am home now and have to do things for myself..... We stayed for a week on a package deal, five days or diving, all meals and beverages. Check in was as fast and easy as it could have been, considering there were 31 of us hitting the desk at the same time. They had rum punch to lubricate the whole procedure. The room was immaculate, every day, despite our best efforts to track in sand from the beach. We had animals made from towels on our bed every day. The shower head was plenty high. I am 6' tall. I hate low shower heads. The sheets were soft, the AC worked great, the little safe in the room worked fine, we had a little fridge in the room that got 2 new bottles of water every day, I was beside myself with pleasure. Everything was as good, usually better than the website. Hell, it was perfection. The pools were works of art. Cleanest I have seen at any hotel or resort. There are some big lizards around. The bars were well stocked with some very premium brands. Most of the bartenders did a great job. One was just OK. Suggestion to all bartenders: Follow the list of ingredients on the drink menu. That is how you get consistency, happy drunks and more tips.... The food service was very, very good. I ate the best four pieces of beef I have every had at the Luna Maya. My wife also got the toughest piece of fat/grizzle/leather/sponge she has ever been served at Caulketts. I was surprised that they didn't replace it. That is what I expected, but no. The buffet, where we ate breakfast and lunch everyday, was pretty good. They had a good selection and other than some of what they served where things that I don't eat, it was all good. There were snacks available just about all day and there was always coffee, good coffee. All the restaurants use the same kitchen, and with the exception of the shoeleather served at the one meal, it was all very good to excellent. The beach and grounds are awesome, they keep it CLEAN. The whole place is swept, raked, picked up all day long. It would shame a British Garden. Did I mention the service? Awesome. All employees were uniformed and you could not mistake them. There was some political turmoil going on when we arrived. It really didn't effect the island, but they kept us informed. As for security, they had more than ample security visible at all times and I never saw any "stray" people milling about. The dive operation, Mayan Divers, is as good as any resort based operation I have seen. They kept about 70 divers going out for 3 dives a day without any mistakes that I saw. They had three boats and one borrowed boat, the one I was on, and it was something. The others all looked well maintained. One even towed us in the second day........ We got on the boats right on the beach. That was handy after the last dive, off the boat, to the bar, pick up a rum punch and head to the room for a shower, dry clothes and then dinner... I have now been to Roatan (been there, done that, got 4 t shirts), so I don't think I will be returning, but if I was going back to Roatan, I would stay here again with no hesitation. If the next place I go is half as nice, I will be surprised, This place set the standard for me...I am ruined....

  • Hayley W :
What a wonderful place!

I stayed at Las Sirenas at Mayan Princess for a weekend. What a wonderful and relaxing time. The hotel is on the beautiful west end of the island. Very clean and beautiful resort. The staff at Las Sirenas and Mayan Princess were phenomenal. They were so friendly and helpful.

Vacations packages include round-trip flights, accommodations, round-trip transfers (unless outlined below) to and from the hotel, and tourist cards (if required, unless outlined below).

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  • Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
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  • Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
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  • Buffet breakfast, lunch & dinner plus snacks
  • Unlimited domestic drinks
  • Daily activities
  • 42 non-smoking rooms 
  • Pool
  • Buffet & a la carte restaurant
  • Bars
  • Massages (fee)
  • Internet facilities (fee)
  • Car rental
Standard room includes:
  • 2 double beds
  • Air-conditioning & ceiling fan
  • Satellite TV
  • Full bathroom
  • Mini fridge (fee)
  • Maximum occupancy 3
Kids Deal - Kids under 6 stay, play & eat free when sharing a room with an adult. Pay a special rate including airfare & transfers. 
Dine Around - This program is available with the following hotels: Henry Morgan, Mayan Princess, Paradise Beach Club, Infinity Bay.

Honeymoon Bonus - Receive a fruit basket in your room on arrival. Please request at time of booking. Proof of marriage required at check-in.

Early Booking Bonus - This hotel may offer early booking bonuses at certain times of the year. If early booking bonuses apply to your vacation, prices shown online have already been adjusted accordingly. Please inquire for complete details.

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Las Sirenas Hotel & Condos
Carretera Pavimentada Ppal , West Bay Beach, West Bay, Roatan IB3100 Honduras

Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only and limited visits may apply. Reservations required and dress code in effect for a la carte restaurants. Time restrictions may apply for water sports.

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