Media Luna Resort and Spa
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We arrived not knowing what to expect The trip from the airport was a beautiful adventure We got to the resort and said wow this is amazing The staff was so very friendly They took us to our cabana and we were thrilled with itIt was large and so very cosy The view was amazing from our windows The deck was cool and the hammock was an added bonus The beds were so comfy and the shower was incredible There is a tiny window in our shower that looks out to the ocean!The snorkelling was truly wonderful The restaurant was great and the food was very tasty They changed it up every meal every dayYum yumWhen we first arrived we went to the front desk to ask if we could have extra towels because I spend a lot of time in the ocean and like to shower a few times a dayThe lady at the front desk said no problem So we expected to have to wait till the next day or not at allTo our amazement the towels we there before we got back to our cabana (only at the most ten minutes)Now that's customer service!The beach was small but so nice for swimming The dock where you take the snorkel tour was amazing Even just to snorkel fromThe bar was great and the bartenders were happy and very helpful One of the best vacations we have ever hadI give it 5 starsWould love to come back sometime Thank you media Luna Roatan
Scenic views. Several beautiful hut on site . quiet resort if peace and quiet is what you are looking for. Great site for snorkeling and there's a diving boat crew to bring you diving at sea.The animation crew is very friendly, they come and have a meal with the visitors.The downside side its isolated from the attractions. Taxi cost to move around is near 140$USD There is only one restaurant on site. The food is good but could use more variety.Not equipped for families with young kids.We enjoyed our stay after all 😉
We visited this resort the week of Feb.13-20/17. Travelled AirTransat from Toronto. Check-in/Reception - check-in was done very quickly with no problems. Front desk was excellent. Rooms - cabanas were nice, had that musty smell but we weren't in there very often. Always had hot water for showers.Grounds - the grounds were kept neat. Pools/Beach - 3 pools available. The round small pool at the point, was the quietest. Staff were constantly cleaning them. Lots of loungers and the staff would bring more loungers either to the pool or the beach by just asking. Staff would also quickly bring you a cushion for your lounger upon request. The beach was small but just fine for the number of guests with lots of room. Ocean is sparkling clear and snorkelling out from the beach was awesome. Bar - the bar was ok. Very limited liquor and juice selection and only one beer selection. The canned beer at the start of the week was good, but by Wednesday they switch it to the bottles of the same brand and it was terrible. It wasn't even local beer. I heard the same statement from other guest about the bottled beer. Food - I found the food to be below average. Usually cold and very repetitive. The word was that it was usually brought over from the other resort and not prepared at Media Luna. This made sense because our last night there, the food was very good and hot and not the same staff serving and seemed prepared at the resort. However, at breakfast you could always get eggs cooked your way. The heated serving trays were usually uncovered and not hot enough to keep food warm. We are not picky eaters and don't ask for a lot, however the resort needs to improving this greatly. Entertainment - this was a bit disappointing in the evenings with staff trying to use the guests as the entertainment and usually in very embarrassing situations which caused the guests watching to leave. The young people did work hard throughout the week during the day to keep people active. Dive Centre - the staff here was fantastic. Probably one of the best places on earth to dive. Excursions - its very pricey to take a taxi anywhere. The resort is far from any tourist sighting seeing. Even to the restaurant Cal's, is a $10US/person cab ride for a 10min. ride. If you use any other tour operator on the island other than the one at the resort, they will have to meet you at the first security gate which is a long and hilly walk as there are NOT permitted into the resort for pick ups. Best advice, use the tour operator at the resort and "barter" on a price to get a van and driver for the entire day and they will take you anywhere you want to go on the island. We found two other couples and we paid $50 each. The driver was excellent and did everything we asked of him. We saw approximately 70% of the island. Pros - very quiet with no kids running around. GREAT service from the staff. Dive shop instructors were excellent. Special thanks to Shareen. Cons - AirTransat rep. No where to be found! FOOD is a main concern. Bar could be stocked better. Overall - this resort could easily go from a "good" resort to a "great" resort if the food was greatly improved. The resort is very quiet and laid back. Great resort if you are there only for the diving. Staff was excellent and felt very safe. Bring only $US currency. We paid $1400eaCDN. and I wouldn't pay any more than $1200 for this resort at its current state. Stop by the dollar store and purchase a collapsible water container before leaving for Roatan. You will need this for drinking water and only need to fill it twice for the week, if not you will only get two small bottles of water to refill, eek! The weather was awesome the entire week and this contributed greatly to us have a good week. This was a good experience but I don't think we would return unless the suggestions were implemented. Good luck and enjoy your experience at this resort.
The individual rustic cottages are fantastic. The grounds are spacious and well laid out. There is plenty of room for everyone.The food is average and only one restaurant. The a la carte restaurant does not exist. Rather it is a place sectioned off in the main eating area! We found this commical.The wine is very watered down and cheap. The drinks in general are of very poor quality.We came for the snorkeling and it is fabulous. Many reviews have described this and one will not be disappointed.The staff is helpful and fun.The excursions are overpriced.We would come back as the atmosphere is so relaxing set in such beautiful nature. Remember to bring bug spray!
It was our first time in Roatan and Media Luna.The resort was good. Premises excellent. We left cabana 154 this morning. The room was clean, close to the lobby with a large veranda with chairs and hammock. Bathroom doesn't have exhaust and hot water was sometimes not available. Food and drinks were ok, staff very friendly, beach clean and snorkelling from beach was good. Location was far from West End and West Bay. Outside taxis were not permitted, we had to walk a series of steep hills to get out of the premises to avail a regular taxi on our second day. Hotel taxis have ridiculous charges!! However, Air Transat contact (we had Oliver and he was great!!) negotiated with Hotel Taxi operator and provided a price match third day onwards. Don't forget to water bottles with you - it will come very handy.
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- 3 meals daily plus snacks
- All drinks (house brand and cocktails house wine with meals)
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- Nightly entertainment
- Introductory scuba lesson in pool
- Pool table
- Ping pong
- Bocce ball
- 126 Rooms
- 1 restaurant
- 2 bars
- 1 pool
- Spa (fee)
- Fitness center
- Internet (fee)
- Dive Center (fee)
- Snorkeling Equipment (fee)
- Bicycles (fee)
- 1 King or 2 Queen beds
- Air Conditioned
- Hair Dryer
- Safety Deposit Box
- Satellite TV
- Mini Fridge
- Balcony or Terrace
- Maximum occupancy 4; maximum 3 adults
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Media Luna Resort and SpaHonduras,Honduras
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Media Luna, Roatan IB3100 Honduras
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