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All reviews all inclusive package mayan princess maya luna buffet food was good getting sick buffet line west end resort based bedroom suite the wait staff island tour fish cruise ship guests dive shop recommend this resort beach front rooms were very clean
I don't do reviews so I'm going to the point.
Room was very clean and nice.
Hotel staff very friendly and very helpful.
Buffet for breakfast and lunch was just ok.
The buffet for dinner was closed during the 3 nights we stayed, so reservation...More
My family stayed at Las Sirenas from May 19 to May 24. We had an awesome time! We came for to dive and enjoyed every aspect of the trip. The diving was awesome; our dive master Kevin was awesome and showed us so many cool...More
This is a small all inclusive resort, but packed with lots of amenities. The rooms are well kept and all of the staff is friendly. During our stay, Ishmel and William made sure that all of our needs were met. They knew our drinks and...More
Las Sirenas is part of the Mayan Princess Resort. My traveling partners were in the Mayan Princess side, due to availability I stayed in Las Sirenas.
We booked our stay through Roatan Charters. They were able to get me a room even though the hotel...More
This hotel lacks charm, service and hospitality. Considering it’s price it should live up to international standards, my take on this hotel is that service is poor, engagement with the guest is null and the only thing that saves the whole experience is the beach....More
We went through our local dive shop and got a package deal. It was VERY reasonable. if you are a diver I suggest checking with your local dive shop or with a dive club to see if they can set up a trip!
There's nothing within walking distance that I was aware of. Las Sirenas was about a 20 minute drive from our port. Part of the "all-inclusive" price we paid was actually that the resort provided our taxi service from the... More
There's nothing within walking distance that I was aware of. Las Sirenas was about a 20 minute drive from our port. Part of the "all-inclusive" price we paid was actually that the resort provided our taxi service from the Carnival port so we didn't do any exploring around the area on our own. You can walk up and down the beach and there MIGHT have been places to eat, but most of the things I saw were resort-type places. There were plenty of things to do on the beach though.. jet skis, massages, scuba, etc.