Some Roatan Information we deem useful. Let us know if you would like something added. Please note, ATMs on Roatan are not the most reliable. Having large bills can be inconvenient and downright annoying. Larger bills are good for paying your hotel and the dive shop. In bringing small change, $20 bills for example, your smaller purchases will be smoother. Do not bring bills with tears in them as most places will not accept them. Bring your crisp bills and enjoy smooth transactions.
Wikipedia Roatan, instead of a copy and paste of their content.
The Voice is a local publication covering the Bay Islands.
Game-Time In case you are not sure when the game is coming on here in Roatan.
Roatan Tec Center if you are interested in Tec or sidemount diving, Monty is the instructor you are looking for.
CEMESA is a new private hospital from mainland Honduras located in French Harbor
Clinica Esperanza provides much need medical care and is eager to accept donations.
Roatan Because We Care is a community service organization focused on making the lives of children on the island better.
The Landing at the Beach House, in West End with fresh menu that changes daily. Try the Buffalo Shrimp.
Bean Crazy is a new coffee shop in West End which resembles a Panera Bread, our island version of it anyhow. It is air conditioned and they have great sandwiches.
The Thai Place If you are looking for Pad Thai, or other yummy menu items. Right in West End on the water.
The Pineapple Grill If you are looking for a great steak, head over to Clarion Suites in French Harbour as this place has you covered.
Cafe Escondido A good place for breakfast and lunch. Great service with good drink specials.
Sundowners If you visit West End, you should have a drink at this West End tradition
The Blue Marlin One of our favorite bars in West-End, make that our favorite bar.
Bambu Ben Exner is one of the top Chef’s on the island. Bambu is straight up delicious. It is located in the Coral Stone Plaza in Sandy Bay.
Frank’s Hideaway Bar next to our dive shop.
Visiting the sister islands:
A couple of suggestions that you will love us for, really. Bring yourself some linen pants, medical scrubs, or any thin breathable pants (i.e. Columbia Sportswear) which will keep those pesky sand flies off you. Cactus Juice and coconut oil also help repel the little tyrants.