Semana Santa is over and no longer do tourists crowd the island. Again we can enjoy the beautiful shades of blue from the ocean and land that is deep green and punctuated with flowers. Our clear and warm white-sand beaches had a busy last week of March thanks to all the exciting events that went on during Semana Santa.
Some great news this month is Roatan is featured onAmerican Airlines Magazines front cover, the Caribbean Island Paradise in the Bay Islands of Honduras is only a short two-hour non-stop flight from the USA.
The complete list of direct flights to Roatan can be seen below:
– Miami to Roatan with American Airlines
– Atlanta to Roatan with Delta Airlines
– Houston to Roatan with United Airlines
– Toronto to Roatan with Canjet Airways
– Ottawa to Roatan with Sunair Airways
– Milan to Roatan with AirItaly
Over the upcoming months we will feature a new “Featured Restaurant” in Roatan. There is such a wide range of amazing restaurants and food options, we throught it was time we started to tell you about our favorites.
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– Sundowners Beach Bar, West End
It has been said that “if you don’t have a beer while watching the sunset at Sundowners, it’s like you have never visited Roatan”. The local champa style beach bar is somewhat a local icon in West End and attracts locals, expat residents and tourists. With the beach literally meters from the bar you are not going to find a more idlyic beach bar location. West End has a great advantage over other parts of the island as you can watch the sunset right over the water and in this case in the middle of Half Moon Bay. As for the food and drinks, the bar menu is your reguarly bar items, burgers, wings, wraps and occassionally rips. As for drinks, the friendly staff will mix you up a tropical cocktail or grab you a cold beer. A favorite for visitors to try is the Monkey LaLa, but be warned one may not be enough. Whether for a few drinks before dinner or a lazy day at the beach, be sure to put Sundowners on your list of “must go places”.
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Casa la Buena Vida – West Bay # T21
3 bedroom 3 bath overlooking West Bay Beach in the community of the Turrets. Rent is always negotiable but I would think around $1500 + tax and utilities maybe more if a shorter lease and less if a longer one. Available now. Check it out at MORE INFO
Lawson Rock – Yellowfish 210
2 bedroom 2.5 bath that is available for long term lease for around $1200 to $1400 + tax and utilities Comes open in June. There is also a 3 bedroom in Lawson for $1500 + tax and utilities so keep that in mind as well. Check it out at MORE INFO
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REAL ESTATE NEWS
Roatan continues to be an active Real Estate market. We are experiencing brisk sales but still good values. With properties varying from small homes or single family lots with big ocean views, condos in tourist hubs like West End or West Bay or residences in large planned developments like Pristine Bay with its 18 hole Pete Dye Designed Golf Course if your looking for a retirement or rental property or just ready to move to our piece of paradise be sure to contact Mike Carter of Roatan Life Real Estate www.myroatanrealtor.com, Mike and the Roatan Life team are glad to give you an overview and help you investigate if an investment here is a good decision for you and your family.
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