The worst vacation noted in the history of my family vacations was spent at the Lost Paradise Hotel...(1) Tthey didnt have a restaurant at the hotel but sent us to eat at an annex or............God know what it can be called but it was definately not a restaurant...There were two girls that pretended to be waitreses and one that pretended to be a cook...Together they made up what appeared to be a zoo or a feeding stye...They were rude, the food tasted as if it was days old, therefore, spoiled...overall, the entire experience and the service sucked...(2) Tto top it off, while trying to seve through the food (Mess), there were family kids walking, running and making noice around the tables where we pretended to eat. (3) The hotel is old, unkept, half rotten down and dirty. It does have a few semi decent newer cabins on the beach but there is nothing at this hotel to jump up and down about... I would not recommend this hell-hole to anyone.
We have been here several times now and feel like we are part of the family. There are twelve cabanas clustered around a private beach and then there are 6 more on the other side of the street. As someone else said there are many excellent restaurants with in walking distance and an excellent Chicken Rotisserie just down away which is very inexpensive to eat at and great quality. You have to check this place out, it is great.
Just got home from spending 7 nights at Lost Paradise Inn (Feb. 2007). The rooms were large with sky lights, ceiling fans and air conditioning, tiled shower. Our cabin was on the beach and spent every evening sitting on the front porch watching the sunset. The water was a deep blue color and amazing warm (approx. 79 degrees water temp.). Day time temp was 85 with a cooling breeze.
I took the european plan (room only) This hotel is within walking distance of resturants, bars and gift shops,and grocery stores, dive shops.
The hotel also picks you up at the airport and confirms your departure time and returns you to the airport.
Can't wait to go back
pack bug repellant for sand flies and mosquitos
My wife and I first went to Lost Paradise in 2000 and found the perfect place to totally relax and enjoy ourselves. It is owned and operated by the Pineda family and has been for over 35 years. They treat you like family. We have stayed in the same cabana within "spitting distance" of the water every year since and are scheduled back again this June. It's close to everything in West End and still quiet and peaceful. I have recommended it to a number of people that now love it as much and my wife and I do.
staying at one of the cabana's on the beach was very nice. you can walk into the water which is only maybe 50 feet away from your front porch. we liked staying here because you are within walking distance to just about everything. we did take a taxi once to go on a "canapy" tour of the rain forest. the hotel bus picked us up and brought us back to the airport. Really a great place to stay if you want to be within walking distance of almost everything. next time im back in roatan i'll definately be staying here again. the snorkeling and diving right off the beach is also wonderful. if you stay on the other side of the island there isn't as much to see and do. all the little shops and stores are right here as well as restaurants. internet cafe's are within walking distance and fairly reasonable.
We stayed in a cabin right on the beach, which was gorgeous. The water was like bathwater... so warm! We had a porch, which was pleasant to sit on. It was within walking distance to many excellent restaurants, yet it had a secluded and private feel. We prefered this location over the huge and fancy resorts. We found the staff very helpful, especially in getting to and from the hotel from the airport! We'd go back in a heartbeat if we could. It was SO affordable!
My husband and I stayed 2 nights here in Sept. 2004. Everyone was very friendly. They had a van pick us up at the airport and take us right to our cabin. The inside of the cabin was very nice. All in wood, very clean. Nice not to have a t.v. or telephone!! We had a nice porch to sit at and enjoy an ocean view. The beach was just steps away. I highly recommend staying here....very close to shops and restaurants. Eat at Rudy's and visited the Twisted Tucan bar. You won't regret it! Have fun! We did!!
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