Las Sirenas Hotel & Condos
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We booked this as a last minute day excursion while on our cruise. The location could not have been more beautiful. Great service and great food. Be prepared for locals on the beach trying to get you to buy things from them though. It's on the opposite side of the island from the Carnival port so you get to go through lots of town which was a bonus!
My family, wife and two teenagers, stayed at Las Sirenas by Mayan Princess March 13 to 20, 2017.First, I gave such a bad ranking because I am tired of Sunwing’s deteriorating commitment to their clientele over profit. You see it in everything from the baggage weights to food on the plane, but never have I seen it so bad as I did at the resort. Here are some examples:* One” ala carte” reservation per week (vs. 3 industry standard)* Wine is only available at dinner for Sunwing passengers,* Sunwing passengers may only order off the Sunwing bar menu, which is much smaller than the hotel menu,* The devious marketing tactics in which we thought we were booking at the Mayan Princess only to be directed to the Las Sirenas. There was no assistance with baggage or directions for Las Sirenis guests.* The room title and description were a lesson in creative writing. The Las Sirenis was filled with Sunwing passengers, as that's the only place they are permitted to stay; they are not put in the Mayan Princess, which seems to be a beautiful resort. Our rooms were like cells, with only room for two double beds - no place to hang wet items or even a towel.* Our balcony did not exist, nor did we have a terrace. We built our own, to the amusement of the staff, with a table and chairs, but the maids felt they needed to remove it!Our poor Sunwing rep, Eddy, was somewhat shell-shocked by the negative comments; he did not accompany the bus back to the airport. He did hear us out and made a report. We will be writing Sunwing directly as well.As for the Mayan Princess, the only thing I can say to Juan, the General Manager, is hearing from your staff, “Well, your tour operator negotiated this deal! ” is the reason we will be returning to Roatan but not to your establishment.Now, on to my review. Point form:1. One note, you will be fingerprinted and photographed at the airport so you might have to wait a while. We waited two hours as two planes showed up at the same time.2. On the hotel, everything is close, 1 to 2 min walk to anywhere within the resort boundaries. Beautiful and compact. The grounds were well maintained and with a lot of foliage3. The hotel was not very busy until they dumped two or three groups from cruise ships on the beach. Again, not bad if you like it but a heads up would have been nice.4.The beach was beautiful, and you can get a personal umbrella. The beach is empty until about 10 a.m., so you do not need to save your chair like everywhere else.5. No animation team except for a kids club I saw once during the stay.6. No nightly entertainment offered except for one night.7. Snorkeling was superb; go left at the beach, walk until you see a post on the beach (about eight mins). Look out to the two long white buoys and go another 10 feet from the farthest one. If you do not go past that second buoy, it will not be impressive. However, you should be a good swimmer and watch out for the reef. It will bite back if you run into it. Saw a string ray, bunch of parrot fish, and a lionfish that was spectacular.8. You can walk to West End. Worth the 45 mins. Just keep going and climb over the rocks. Wear good shoes, and you should be okay, or take a water taxi for 3-5 US per.9. The food was good with the cooking station usually winning the day. Food is a tough one to comment on, my wife had some negative comments, but we were impressed overall.10. Service was good. Very professional but no one stood out. The only bad staff were the two maids cleaning our rooms, who were surly and rude. We stopped tipping after the third day because of it. They had an interesting habit of folding one nice piece of clothing and putting it carefully in the bedside table drawer (where you'd never think to look!) while leaving other items of clothing lying wherever they'd been thrown.11. Spanish was not needed, 90% of the workers spoke English extremely well. I believe Caribbean English is the most common language on Roatan.12. You were allowed to use the Mayan Princess pool which was nice for taking pictures but very shallow. The Las Sirenas Pool was small but had a bar attached which was convenient. Until the local people arrived on Friday afternoon, this bar was closed by 5 PM at the latest every day.13. There was no draft beer, it all came from bottles, so it was not watered down. A good choice, I preferred the Berena and Royal one.14. There are vendors on the beach, and when the cruise ships show up, so do they. It is relentless and constant so be prepared.15. The weather is very neurotic, and we had cloudy days 5 out of 7. The weekend forecast of 100% rain both days and it was partly cloudy one day and beautiful the next. Go figure.Overall, we had a good trip. The beach is beautiful, and we will return and stay in West End, scuba dive and live in our wet suits.
Both my wife and I visited this resort while on a cruise ship for the day . they picked us up at the port terminal and it was a bumpy road up to the resort. Once we arrived we were met by the staff like we were family and we were very much welcomed . The lady at the front desk showed us around the whole resort introduced us to our waiter who said he would be by every five minutes to bring us drinks. The resort was beautiful the beach was gorgeous and the pool was amazing. The all inclusive package that I purchased for the day including all my drinks and a buffet well I can eat the food and the drinks were top notch. After a wonderful day at this beautiful resort we left at 3 o'clock to head back to our cruise ship again it was a bumpy road back and we really got to see how the country of Honduras is makes it me feel lucky to be an American and live in the USA. I would recommend this resort for a day to anyone interested in getting off the cruise ship and enjoying a beautiful resort for the day I give this a five star rating.
We booked Las Sirenas upon the recommendation of a family member. We got a pretty great deal via Groupon so ended up choosing the all-inclusive package. The room was very clean and comfy, with high ceilings, cold AC, and a ceiling fan. The little balcony was really nice. The pool was GREAT. We spent a ton of time here, and were often the only ones lounging about. We felt like we were receiving private service from the adjacent bar! The beach is gorgeous and steps away. Drink service was a little confusing--we could never quite figure out if we were supposed to order on the beach or at the beach bar, as service was spotty on the beach itself. We brought a lot of $1 and $5 bills and tipped for our drinks and food pretty much every time, but the impression that I got was that they either didn't get to keep the tips or didn't care so much about them--just seemed totally indifferent. A little strange. We got fresh towels on the beach every day, which was nice. If we were to return, we might get an all-inclusive drinks package, but would most likely opt out of the all-inclusive food option. The food was your run-of-the-mill all-inclusive fare--we ended up venturing away from the resort more and more as the week went on for more variety. That being said, there are quite a few options for food, as Las Sirenas is connected to the Mayan Princess and is able to utilize their dining facilities as well. This was a perfectly relaxing home base--we rented a car one day and a scooter another day and really explored the whole island in addition to spending some days rotating in between the pool and beach. The cruisers didn't bother us, they served as great people watching, and were relegated to the beach and beach club area. All in all, we loved Las Sirenas. The room, pool, and location on West Bay Beach can't be beat.
Unless the beach is not crowded by turists coming from a docked cruise ship, or divers are not training in the roman style pool, it is PERFECT! For romantic get a way or family event or vacation.In house restaurant service competes with nearby offerings.
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- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- Buffet breakfast, lunch & dinner plus snacks
- Unlimited domestic drinks
- Daily activities
- 42 non-smoking rooms
- Buffet & a la carte restaurant
- Massages (fee)
- Internet facilities (fee)
- Car rental
- 2 double beds
- Air-conditioning & ceiling fan
- Satellite TV
- Full bathroom
- Mini fridge (fee)
- Maximum occupancy 3
Honeymoon Bonus - Receive a fruit basket in your room on arrival. Please request at time of booking. Proof of marriage required at check-in.
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Las Sirenas Hotel & CondosHonduras,Honduras
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Carretera Pavimentada Ppal , West Bay Beach, West Bay, Roatan IB3100 Honduras
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