If you've ever daydreamed about your own beach house, this may be the place for you. Here you can have a stunningly designed cabin perched high above the silvery sands of West End. All have two or three bedrooms, making them perfect for families. Louvered windows let tropical breezes blow through your sitting room. If you want to mingle with the other guests, stroll down to the pier jutting out into the ocean. Eleven beachfront rooms afford an equally cozy stay on a smaller
scale. The upscale bar and restaurant ($$$) have a romantic atmosphere. Enjoy Mediterranean fare as you watch the sun dip below the horizon.
Jan 26, 2014
Roatan doesn't have many choices We stayed in December 2013. When we were there, Luna beach has many problems, including: 1) Terrible ambiance 2) Awful food 3) Unsafe dive operations The hotel was in disrepair: a vacated bar on the beach, a closed souvenir shop, holes in the deck. In addition, it was "all inclusive", but the food was terrible (and they didn't have about half of the menu most of the week... fish). Finally, the dive boat
broke down at least once while we were there, putting passengers in a dangerous situation. If you have any other options on Roatan, especially in the West Bay, I'd suggest you stay there.