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  • 5Mike M. 5 months ago
    Our second visit here from Canada. Awesome people. Great prices. Island vibe. Just what the doctor orders 🏝️👌💓

  • 5Cory S. 7 months ago
    Loved this little village. It packs a lot into this little space. A great beach that rivals West Bay for quality and less crowds and more accessible food and drink establishments that are less touristy and resort like. There's the famous tourist chocolate factory here too. Hope you catch a sunset!

  • 5Narjell Ebanks (. 7 months ago
    West end is a village, composed with a mixture of expats and locals with a suitable lifestyle, rentable infrastructure and demanding ecosystems. Expats; Long term residents and long terms vacationers. Locals. Adhere natives, natives and creoles mostly English speaking, caribs and Spanish.

  • 4Matt K. 8 months ago
    Nice place to walk around get a drink, something to eat or do a little shopping

  • 3Oleg D. 8 months ago
    Very beautiful beach, but too much silt, and dead vegetation at the bottom as you walk deeper than about 4 ft. Slight smell of sewage from dead vegetation doesn't make for good swimming experience. The other option is to pay hotels $20-$40 per day to use their beaches and facilities. Probably a wise thing to do, as water in front of the hotels is light blue, rather than a green tint on this beach. Only visit this place if you don't want to pay to use a beach.

  • 5Javier Vidal M. 1 year ago
    Public beach with lots of services. Very safe and quiet. It's the best place in the island to stay if you aren't a "resort kind of tourist".

  • 5Darby P. 1 year ago
    My family spent a few days here. Lots of native culture and great places to eat. Loved the beach and swimming in the ocean.

  • 5Laura C. 1 year ago
    This is my favorite place in Roatan. On Saturday nights it's a great blend of locals and tourists and EVERYONE is having fun. Come make new friends, eat great food (from street tacos to fine dining), listen to music or make your own at Karaoke. Beach access if you just want to relax. Little shops everywhere! There is always something fun to do in West End.

  • 5Gabriela Martinez A. 1 year ago
    Beautiful place to go snorkel, you find everything here... local garifuna culture, food, safety and friendly people. Lot of restaurants with delicious menus and natural drinks.... the perfect place to be

  • 4Roy W. 1 year ago
    Pleasant beachfront village with a bit of a backpacker / surfer vibe (at least to me). Home to a chocolate factory located above a store selling both the product and delicious cakes & cookies made using it.

  • 4ty r. 1 year ago
    Beaches was the best. Excellent food. The wings were the best ever. Even though it rained the entire time we were there, the tour was very nice.

  • 5Francisco M. 2 years ago
    West End is a true heavenly place. Relaxing and vibrant it is the most commercial area of the island with lots of bars, restaurants, diving schools and shops. There are a variety of hotels adapting to your budget but sometimes can get expensive. The beaches are incredible. Theres lots of things to do but at end of the day you can always watch the beautiful sunset with a beer.

  • 5Carlo B. 2 years ago
    What a great place to relax. The Tiki Cup is a wonderful coffee shop with the absolute best staff. They are so very friendly they do their best to ensure you're pleased and that the coffee perfect for you.

  • 5Betty L. 2 years ago
    Low key, great restaurants and souvenir shops!

  • 4ricardo l. 2 years ago
    (Translated by Google) A Living Area to Enjoy and Excellent Sunsets to see (Original) Una Zona Viva para Disfrutar y Excelentes Atardecereres que ver

  • 5ernesto n. 2 years ago
    (Translated by Google) Excellent place (Original) Excelente lugar

  • 5Dale H. 2 years ago
    Awesome as always

  • 5Ingris F. 2 years ago
    (Translated by Google) Because it is a very beautiful place that I would gladly visit again (Original) Porque es un lugar muy bello al que con gusto volvería a hir

  • 5Walter F. 3 years ago
    Great beach area

  • 5Oscar G. 3 years ago
    (Translated by Google) Beautiful (Original) Bello

  • 5Karla Díana R. 3 years ago
    (Translated by Google) 😘😘😘😗Full paradise, beautiful my Country 5 stars (Original) 😘😘😘😗paraiso completo ,bello mi Pais 5 estrellas

  • 5ezra b. 3 years ago
    Beautiful beach, warm water, white sand, friendly locals, tons of places to sit and enjoy a meal or drink, souvenir shops, diving etc... It doesn't get bored in West End.

  • 5Jesus H. 3 years ago
    (Translated by Google) Very nice place with beautiful beaches and very good people, highly recommended! (Original) Muy lindo lugar con bellas playas y muy buenas personas, muy recomendable!

  • 5Maynor Bustillo J. 3 years ago
    (Translated by Google) There is a bar, a disco, restaurants and a beach (Original) Hay bar, disco, restaurantes y playa

  • 5Devin W. 3 years ago
    Love the beach and the friendly locals, amazing local food and heard the place is even better later at night!

  • 3a. 3 years ago
    Parking is a nightmare. Streets need to be one way and have a through fare.

  • 5solach m. 3 years ago
    (Translated by Google) It's a wonderful place (Original) Es un lugar maravilloso

  • 2W C. 3 years ago
    What a circus. All that's wrong with overcrowding and overbuilding. Yikes!

  • 5Tom R. 3 years ago
    Great area of Roatan, it was low season when we were there so pretty much had the area to ourselves. Lots of little shops and bars/restaurants nearby and friendly locals.

  • 5Maynor R. 3 years ago
    (Translated by Google) Brief relate West End Village is located at the northwest end of Roatan. Often described as bohemian and somewhat enigmatic, West End is truly unique both in its design and in the people who call it home. Easily the busiest of tourist spots, the town is a mini metropolis of accommodation, restaurants, bars, lounges, dive shops and souvenir / artist emporiums. Half of the city faces Half Moon Bay, a crescent-shaped beach lined with palm trees; the launch pad for the West End wall and its colorful marine life. West End can be divided into two sections. Upon entering the city on the main road, it branches to the right or to the left. Turning to the right takes you to a quieter area, mainly focused on city accommodation (although there are popular bars and restaurants when you cross the road. Iron shore faces many of the accommodation properties as you venture along the North end of the West End. Turning left to enter the West End takes you to the heart of the restaurants, nightlife and water activities of the town. Most of the diving, fishing and water providers are located along this stretch of sand. West End is often referred to as "the strip" due to its geographical design where most companies are located along a main sandy road. There are small side roads that are reduced from the main avenue where there are more accommodation properties. Dozens of wooden piers stand out from the coast where fishing trips, diving trips and water taxis come and go during the day. At nightfall, West End Village becomes a wave of activities with Happy Hours, live bands and restaurant specials. Almost every day of the week there will be a local band playing, karaoke nights, dancing and DJ music. Many of the annual celebrations such as Holy Week (Holy Week) and the Fishing Tournament (September) are held here. Reach West End Village West End Village is approximately a 20-minute drive from Roatán International Airport and the Roatan Harbor cruise terminal. Wait about 35 minutes by car from the Carnival cruise terminal (Mahogany Bay). Taxes are available (see the taxi fare table on the How to move page). Transportation rental agencies are located at the airport and in the West End. Water taxis connect to West End Village West Bay Beach (approximately ten minutes at a cost of approximately 50L ($ 2.60USD)) during the day. Driving between the two communities takes approximately ten minutes. Taxis constantly circulate between the two cities (Original) Breve Reseña West End Village está ubicado en el extremo noroeste de Roatán. A menudo descrito como bohemio y algo enigmático, West End es verdaderamente único tanto en su diseño como en las personas que lo llaman hogar. Fácilmente el más concurrido de los puntos turísticos, el pueblo es una mini metrópoli de alojamientos, restaurantes, bares, salones, tiendas de buceo y emporios de souvenirs / artistas. La mitad de la ciudad está frente a Half Moon Bay, una playa con forma de media luna y bordeada de palmeras; la plataforma de lanzamiento para la pared del West End y su colorida vida marina. West End se puede dividir en dos secciones. Al entrar en la ciudad por la carretera principal, se bifurca a la derecha o a la izquierda. Girar a la derecha lo lleva a una zona más tranquila, principalmente centrada en el alojamiento de la ciudad (aunque hay bares y restaurantes populares cuando atraviesa la carretera. Iron shore enfrente muchas de las propiedades de alojamiento a medida que se aventura a lo largo del extremo norte del West End. Girar a la izquierda al ingresar al West End lo lleva al corazón de los restaurantes, la vida nocturna y las actividades acuáticas del pueblo. La mayoría de los proveedores de buceo, pesca y agua se encuentran a lo largo de este tramo de arena. West End a menudo se conoce como "la franja" debido a su diseño geográfico donde la mayoría de las empresas están situadas a lo largo de una carretera de arena principal. Hay pequeñas carreteras laterales que se reducen desde la avenida principal donde se encuentran más propiedades de alojamiento. Docenas de muelles de madera sobresalen de la costa donde las excursiones de pesca, los viajes de buceo y los taxis acuáticos van y vienen durante el día. Al caer la noche, West End Village se convierte en una oleada de actividades con Happy Hours, bandas en vivo y especiales de restaurantes. Casi todos los días de la semana habrá una banda local tocando, noches de karaoke, baile y música de DJ. Muchas de las celebraciones anuales como Semana Santa (Semana Santa) y el Torneo de Pesca (septiembre) se llevan a cabo aquí. Llegar a West End Village West End Village está aproximadamente a 20 minutos en coche del aeropuerto internacional de Roatán y la terminal de cruceros del puerto de Roatán. Espere unos 35 minutos en coche desde la terminal de cruceros Carnival (Mahogany Bay). Los impuestos están disponibles (consulte la tabla de tarifas de taxi en la página Cómo moverse). Las agencias de alquiler de transporte se encuentran en el aeropuerto y en West End. Los taxis acuáticos se conectan con West End Village West Bay Beach (aproximadamente diez minutos a un costo de aproximadamente 50L ($ 2.60USD)) durante el día. Conducir entre las dos comunidades lleva aproximadamente diez minutos. Los taxis circulan constantemente entre las dos ciudades

  • 5Roger B. 4 years ago
    Cool places to grab drinks, food and gifts with nice sunset and water views.

  • 5Paty P. 4 years ago
    (Translated by Google) Beautiful place (Original) Bello lugar

  • 5Silvia Alvarez - Y. 4 years ago
    (Translated by Google) The service is great, they also give you the beach chairs ... The beautiful beach, very quiet and relevant ... :) (Original) El servicio es buenisimo además te dan las sillas de playa... La playa bella, muy tranquila y relejante... :)

  • 3Karen Diaz R. 4 years ago
    (Translated by Google) West End: It is the most commercial area of ​​all the islands, the beaches are beautiful, you can go shopping, eat what you want, since the area has a variety of restaurants or you can take a bath or just sunbathe and end watching the sunset, there are a variety of hotels, adapting to the budget of the tourist, as well as the largest number of diving schools and service establishments for tourists. The beach front bars are incredible to have a drink or snack on some delicious Catrachas delights. For my taste I liked the dirt road, it was more autochthonous, now it is asphalted and when the sun is hot hot, you can not walk, it should be more reforested so that it refreshes and the walk is more pleasant, as it does about 10 years (Original) West End: Es la zona más comercial de toda las islas, las playas son bellas, puedes ir de compras, comer lo que te apetezca, ya que la zona tiene una gran variedad de restaurantes o puedes darte un baño o simplemente tomar el sol y terminar viendo la puesta de sol, hay variedad de hoteles, adaptándose al presupuesto del turista, así como la mayor cantidad de escuelas de buceo y establecimientos de servicio para los turistas. Los bares a primera fila de playa son increíbles para tomarte una copa o picar algunas ricas delicias Catrachas. Para mi gusto me gustaba más la calle de tierra, era más autóctona, ahora está asfaltado y cuando el sol está caliente caliente, no se puede ni caminar, debería de estar más reforestado para que se refresque y el paseo sea más agradable, como hace unos 10 años.

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  • 5C S. 4 years ago
    Very enjoyable, relaxing stay with all the amenities in a laid back style across a highly diverse community. We enjoyed the snorkeling, scuba diving, swimming, dining, strolling, sunning, and deep sea fishing. Get out early in the morning, around 5am for the best results.

  • 5Charlie C. 4 years ago
    Great island town vibe with good variety of restaurants and shops.

  • 5Nancy Lizzeth Lizardo R. 4 years ago
    (Translated by Google) It is a wonderful place, the natural beauty is spectacular, the kindness of the people without equal, the delicious food. I loved. (Original) Es un lugar maravilloso, la belleza natural es espectacular, la amabilidad de la gente sin igual, la comida deliciosa. Me encantó.

  • 4Michael B. 4 years ago
    This is a standard tourist spot on Roatan island in Honduras. There are many tee shirt and gift shops throughout this area. There are also many restaurants and bars. I especially like the street side cooking with it's wonderful aromas. Unfortunately, many, not all, of the businesses are not handicapped accessible. There are stairs at the entrance so beware. There is little to no parking, but you probably either stayed there or took a water taxi ride there, so it doesn't really matter.

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