Half Moon Resort

Address: Half Moon Bay, West End, Roatan, Bay Islands, 34101, Honduras | Resort
 
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Location

This resort, located on Half Moon Bay, West End, Roatan, is near Bodden Tours, Gumbalimba Park, Sante' Wellness Center Day Spa, and Windsurfing School & Paddle Tennis.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHalf Moon Resort Roatan

    Reviewed by bananamoozie

    More like a hostel but still great

    Reviewed Feb 12, 2013
    by (4 reviews) Brisbane , Australia Flag of Australia

    The rooms are nice enough, they have a small fridge, AC, the bathroom is alright but the water pressure isn't very good in the shower. There are balconies with chairs and hammocks out the front where it is nice to just sit and relax. There is a little beach area with deck chairs out the front, lots of shade. The location is fantastic, on the edge of West End so close to all the restaurants and dive shops. Right on a beautiful part of the bay and reef.

    Unfortunately, the wifi does not extend to the rooms and is a little sporadic. Also there is no breakfast included.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Half Moon Resort Roatan

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Roatan

    Whale sharks ? Fighting ? IDC ?

    A travel blog entry by dosisliving on May 03, 2015

    1 comment

    After a night of working at treetanic and finishing at 12:30am I began heading home to what I knew was only a far too short of a nap before heading to the dive shop at 3am for our staff dawn dive. Dawn dives are not a normally part of the schedule but every now and then we do something just for staff. This however was made extra special as it was my 100th dive which for the non divers means a naked dive... Fortunately enough 4 other of the finest underwater vision were ...

    Ya mon! We like this place!

    A travel blog entry by shutrbug on Apr 15, 2015

    1 comment, 37 photos

    ... most striking, and they turn brown as they ripen.

    The island is about 45 miles long, with one two lane road zigzagging almost the full length and we were on it basically from one end to the other and back again.

    After the tour, we went with Gina, our tour guide, and a couple of ladies from the tour to a small restaurant where locals eat. They had iguana as the special of the day, but Annette chose ceviche and I got ...

    An enjoyable tour of this island

    A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Mar 10, 2015

    ... the ocean, which looked rather nice from the outside. He said each unit would cost around $150k, $180k, depending on the sizes. But the west part of the island is a different story. It was mainly the rich foreign people and their residences. We saw a few houses along the way, overlooking the ocean, very nice. The water was also calmer on the west side. We saw a stretch of tourist beach area which had the typical and somewhat upper scale stores.

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    Family Day weekend in Roatan...

    A travel blog entry by nancybain on Feb 17, 2015

    4 photos

    ... out." We were offered a ride also, in the back of the truck but we declined and walked out. Again, when we stopped for water at the intersection to the main road, an American driving by slowed down to give us the same message. Obviously something has happened down there..at least once! Our neighbour Suzanne, who travels by herself, told us about a $150 taser walking stick she ordered on line from somewhere in the US.

    Monday morning we packed up the Tylenol ...

    La Siera to Port Royale

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Jan 04, 2015

    147 photos

    ... dirt. Lots of ruts and potholes, but nothing impassible, despite our small cars. The road crosses back and forth across the spine of the island, with views of both the windward and leeward sides. Much of the development on the east end is rustic and organic, but it also includes a few mansions, or gated communities – a strange development of very modern homes on the top of a ridge, and long roads behind massive gates heading across ...