AMENITIES & HOTEL INFO

CHECK-IN: 1pm
CHECK-OUT: 11am


LUGGAGE LOCKERS:

are available to store your luggage before check-in
or in case of a late departure flight.

DRESSING ROOM:

You are welcome to hang out, swim, snorkel use the pool before check-in and after check-out until departure. We also provide a bathroom, shower and dressing room.
Keys for the luggage lockers are available at the reception for security deposit of $10 (refundable for the key).

SMOKING

is not permitted
- in the rooms
- in the lounge
- in the bar during breakfast hours
Smoking is permitted in the bar and outdoors as long as nobody is molested by it.
Smoking in the room is penalized with a $250 charge.

MINI FRIDGE:

yes, in all rooms.

KITCHENS / KITCHENETTES:

sorry, no kitchens or kitchenettes in the rooms

SNORKEL GEAR:

available for $10 per daylight day (return gear at the bar).

KAYAKS & PADDLE BOARDS:

The entrance to the ocean at Lands End is not suitable for kayaks or paddle boards. Two kayak rental places are within walking distance.

GATED COMPOUND:

Lands End is the only hotel in Westend that is completely gated by a 7ft wall all around the property.

ELECTRIC STYSTEM / Voltage / Adapters

Roatan uses US American electric standard outlets, so if you device uses that you don't need an adapter. 
Voltage is 120V, actually it is moving between 95 and 116V. 
If your device does not have US American standard plugs, bring your adapter. 
Simple European adapters (DIN, two prong, no ground) are available at a few stores in Coxen Hole for $5. 
Power surges can happen when electricity comes back on after a black out (not very common but it can happen). 
To protect your delicate electronics from surges and power peaks, consider buying surge protector (available at any Radio Shack for $10)

MEET THE DEER

Lands End is home and sanctuary for some of the few remaining native island deer on Roatan. We love and feed and take care of them. Currently we have 7 deer in residence.

FRONT DESK:

Manager lives on-site. Staff is present 24hrs. What ever you need, you can knock on our door any time.

BREAKFAST: 7:30am - 10am

a delicious and hearty breakfast is included with all rooms.
Tipico - Eggs, Bacon, refried Beans, Tortillas
Omelettes - Ham & Cheese or Vegetarian
Bagel - cream cheese & Ham or Bacon, Egg
Thursday is Pancake day

All breakfasts include a fruit bowl, tea an coffee
If you have any food intolerance or follow a specific diet please let us know, we serve accordingly

BAR:

Bar open TUE - SUN 1 - 9pm 
no drinks from outside at the bar please 

RESTAURANT:

Lands End is surrounded by great restaurants, cafe's and bars and there are plenty more options a short drive away.
With all the culinary options nearby and mostly active outdoors oriented hotel guests we don't experience much demand from our guests (once realized how close everything is in Westend) and only see only a hand full walk-ins now and then. However, we are trying to provide restaurant service for your convenience. Let us know if you are planning to spend most of your time at Lands End and eat here a lot. We serve great island style dishes, appetizers, shrimps, lobster, fish, chicken, etc.

Our restaurant is open daily 12pm-9pm

The restaurant at Lands End is a separate entity.
The room rates do not cover the expenses for a full time restaurant.
We reserve the right to change restaurant opening hours without notice.

ALL-INCLUSIVE:

Westend is a fantastic place to pick & choose! With all the culinary options you got a bunny hop away from Lands End you wouldn't want to give up the freedom to choose!!!!
All-inclusive is not available at Lands End.

AIR CONDITION:

AC is included in our room rates.
Many places in Westend charge up to $15/n extra for AC use!
Book at Lands End - with confidence!

SAFETY BOX:

yes, in all rooms.
Bigger items can be stored in the office safe.

PRIVATE PARKING:

our private parking lot (gated) is available 24hrs.

About

About Lands End

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Lands End was built in 2004, changed owners twice and is now US owned with European management. We are only a short walk away from the center of Westend. Dive shops, fishing charters, restaurants, bars, nightlife are right around the corner, close enough to hop into the action any time you want, and just far enough to keep Lands End peaceful at all times of the day. Lands End creates a casual atmosphere where guests can quickly feel at home. Lands End has quite a footprint for only 9 rooms, a fact that provides lots of private space for our…

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Lorem Ipsum Lands End was built in 2004, changed owners twice and is now US owned with European management. We are only a short walk away from the center of Westend. Dive shops, fishing charters, restaurants, bars, nightlife are right around the corner, close enough to hop into the action any time you want, and just far enough to keep Lands End peaceful at all times of the day. Lands End creates a casual atmosphere where guests can quickly feel at home.

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About Westend

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The main strip of the island is the coastal beach town of West End which also doubles as the island’s main tourism hub and its center for diving. West End features a wide variety of bars and restaurants. Evenings in West End tend to move from North to South along the West End road with sunset drinks starting at Sundowners and The Landing, and late night drinks at The Blue Marlin and Nova Bar. West Bay is a short drive away from West End either by car or water taxi and although it is known for the world famous West…

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About Roatan

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Roatán, located between the islands of Útila and Guanaja, is the largest of Honduras‘ Bay Islands. The island was formerly known as Ruatan and Rattan. It is approximately 60 kilometres (37 mi) long, and less than 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) across at its widest point. The island consists of two municipalities (out of a total of four in the department): José Santos Guardiola in the east (named for the former president of Honduras) and Roatán (also including the Cayos Cochinos) further south in the west. The most populous town of the island is Coxen Hole, capital of Roatán municipality, located in the southwest. Other important towns include French Harbour, West End, and Oak Ridge (the capital…

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