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About Roatan

  • Posted on 2013, October 4
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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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About Westend

  • Posted on 2013, October 4
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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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Staff

  • Posted on 2013, October 4
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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 Lands End

  • Posted on 2013, October 4
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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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Saltwater Infinity Pool

  • Posted on 2013, September 26
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Lands End features a saltwater infinity pool right next to the bar. Unlike freshwater pools, it does not require any chemicals to stabilize it or to disintegrate debris. NO chlorine, NO flock or other horrible stuff that may irritate your skin or harm the reef. You are enjoying pure ocean water, nothing else. You can even see bioluminescence at night. A 3HP pump brings the water through a suction hose directly from the ocean. When the pool is full water will flow over the edge back into the sea. You can use the pool 24hrs at your own risk. No life guard…

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Ocean Front / Beach Front

  • Posted on 2013, September 26
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Lands End is a true ocean front hotel located on the wild romantic iron shore facing west. Thanks to our west location we average 365 sunsets a year. Thanks to the lack of beach sand and due to the fact that any fresh water gully is far away Lands End features the clearest ocean in Westend. Lands End is one of 2 places in Westend where you can snorkel out to the drop off in less than 5 minutes. 3 very popular dive sites are right in front of us. Every morning you can see the dive boats moor on…

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Electric System / Voltage / Adapters

  • Posted on 2013, September 26
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Roatan uses US American electric standard outlets, 120V.  If your device does not have US American standard plugs, please bring your adapter.  Simple European adapters (DIN, two prong, no ground) are available at a few stores in Coxen Hole for $5.  Protecting your electronics! Power surges can happen when electricity comes back on after a black out (not very common but it can happen). To protect your delicate devices from surges and power peaks, consider buying surge protector (available at Radio Shack for $10)

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Check-In / Check-out

  • Posted on 2013, September 26
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Check in : 1pm Check out : 11am Early check-in You can check in as soon as your room is ready for you. You are welcome to use all our facilities while you are waiting for check-in. We provide a nice bathroom, shower and dressing room as well as big lockers for all your luggage until check-in. Late Check-out Please store your luggage in one of our lockers and feel free to use our facilities while you wait for your cab. A bathroom, shower and spacious dressing room is at your convenience.

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Airport pickups

  • Posted on 2013, September 26
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please let us know your arrival time and airline at your convenience so we can arrange pickup.  RTB is a small airport but it is amazing how one can miss each other.  The best strategy is to stay inside the building (AC!!) and look for your name on a sign. Our driver will be at the exit gate with a sign with your first name on it. If you don’t find him there please be patient, he can not be far. It is amazing how easily people can miss each other on a small airport like RTB.  If your plane…

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Breakfast

  • Posted on 2013, September 25
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a hearty breakfast is included in your room rate. We serve alternating 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 Juice, fruit smoothies If you have food intolerance or follow a certain diet, please let us know, we will serve your breakfast accordingly.

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