Fantasy Island Dive Resort, Roatán
Fantasy Island Dive Resort, Roatán
Fantasy Island Dive Resort, Roatán
Fantasy Island Dive Resort, Roatán
Fantasy Island Dive Resort, Roatán
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Fantasy Island Dive Resort

Roatán

Review

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Dari 1.214 review
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Rebelboat
27 Nov 2020
This was our third time back because we truly love the hotel and the people. HOWEVER, 3 hours before the manager announced that the hotel was closing due to covid-19 we were asked to pay our bill. So we did. Then 3 hours later as I stated they suddenly announced they were closing. We asked for a refund. What we got was a receipt and a promise that they would do so the next day. Here we are 8 months later and no refund. WHERE IS MY MONEY??!!
Rebelboat
26 Mar 2020
This was our 3rd time back. Unfortunately Covi-19 got in the way. In the short time we were there there have been tremendous improvements. Its like there is a different culture about the need to make the place more presentable. Having said that we have always loved Fantasy Island. We were particularly impressed with the environmental practices. No plastic, paper straws, paper cups, recycling bins... well done Ivan!!. The dive centre is top notch, the staff are wonderful, and the food has greatly improved. Well done Henry!! This is not a "party" place. This is an easy going quiet resort that where you just feel the vibe to totally "chill".
SAPmontreal
21 Mar 2020 - Pasangan
Nice beach. Picture perfect! Other that not much to brag about. 1) Buffet: no variety and mostly empty. Coffee sucks! No one is cleaning the tables from one seating to another. And if they do, it is more like dusting off some crums off the re-usable place mats. No wipping with soap... Nothing. It was disgusting. Waiters are just waiting to get tips for barely any service. Your drink choice: wine, 1 kind of beer and juice ( mix of sugar water) 2) The main 2 beaches is clean most of the time. But at times, there's garbage floating and no one picks them up (bottles, plastics...) 3) It is secluded. If you want to get out, you need the get their own taxi (10$ for 4km) or rent a car (starting from 72$) or an ATV (70$). We rented the ATV. It broke down on us and we had to take a taxi back. We asked for a discount to cover our taxi... Nothing. Yes it was also during the Corona Virus crisis and they were to busy. How hard is it to pull out 20$ from your drawer? He needed to call his boss and his boss is too busy to bother. 4) Hotel store is another rip off! Prices are more than double. 5) Only one bar the the whole hotel 6) The whole hotel is dated! Our bathroom had molds. The water leaks from our AC that we have to put towels to contain the water puddle. Yes, they fixed it a day before we left. Please, if you can afford, go to a better hotel. If not, plan ahead... Bring your own snacks! Rent a car from the airport. It is cheaper.
Spike9
12 Mar 2020
Again, a wonderful vacation. We were recognized by several members of the staff with hugs and a "Welcome back!" as it was our sixth time at this resort. We found that the wait staff in the dining areas were better than in previous years, allowing us to finish our meals before trying to remove our dishes. We were also very impressed with most of the servers, who anticipated our favourite beverages before we asked for them. When we were unable to finish our a la carte dinner as ordered, we were able to do a "doggie bag" and were served the rest of the meal, which was wonderful, the following night. Great service! Our only complaint is the fact that there are too many boats and sea-doos from other resorts that stir up the water, make snorkelling on the outer reef a bit hazardous for me, as a senior. Other than that, we are completely happy with Fantasy Island, and plan to return next year.
Cruisin81
10 Mar 2020
This was my daughter's and my first trip to the tropics (no details, but it was just the two of us). Were we ever in for an experience. We arrived in a bus from the airport to cold fruit drinks, were given our keys, and told to have fun. The big bright room was a wonderful 16 degrees after the hot bus ride. We changed into our swimsuits and hit the beach. This resort is an amazing place. It's a bit weather-worn but I always saw them fixing and improving things, and it actually adds to the beauty of it. It gives it more of a seaside beach hut feeling. There are roosters and chickens, agouti everywhere (the staff call them watusa, or wild rabbits), and birds. There are a couple of wild monkeys that are part of the "family" here and are very entertaining. We also encountered peacocks, of course. The beach is beautiful and the water was around 27 degrees if I had to guess. The crew had organized a soccer game among the kids, but our luggage had arrived and we went to put things away and get our snorkelling stuff. We didn't see anything in the water at first but that was because we were both complete noobs at snorkelling and were just off the beach. A couple of blobby looking jellyfish (they don't sting) but that was it. We hit the gazebo at the end of the dock on the east side of the island, put on our equipment and got in the water. I saw more sea life in the first ten seconds than I've ever seen in one body of water. The reef is incredible. I was told Roatan has the second largest barrier reef in the world by a few different people, guests included. It's stunning. There is a huge variety of things to see, from hermit crabs, to weird lobster with no claws. Fish big and small, lots of blue and yellow. The tarpin come out at night (their eyes are red if you get them with your flashlight) and you can see them from the end of the dock. The kids saw a big green eel the second night. I could hear them running away from the dock from my room, and the balcony door was closed (did I mention the room had a balcony? Ours faced due east, to the sunrise). Take a look at the satellite of this place. That's all coral reef. Every morning I'd walk along the beach with my bare feet in the water, coffee in hand, and see what had washed up from the night before. I called it my morning treasure hunt, and it truly is. Something new every day. This reef is very much alive, and beautiful. The dining room is big, with lots of places to sit. The food is varied, and buffet-style, three times a day. They also have an all-day snack bar where my daughter snuck lunch most days. They have burgers and fries and other stuff you'd expect to eat on the beach. It was all included with our package. A la carte is also offered for those that want to spend some extra cash for a special occasion. Nothing is overly expensive in my opinion, except for the cab rides, which seem very overpriced, but I may have misunderstood. We didn't take one anyway because we found enough to do - or not do, if we didn't want - to keep us busy for the week and exhausted when we went to sleep at night. The staff is incredible. Everyone is friendly and helpful. English, French, and Spanish seem to be known by everyone. I don't know how they do it, but they're good at it. The drinks are cold and delicious, and they'll make a non-alcoholic version of any of them for the underage guests (legal drinking age in Honduras is 21 so the kids get a different colour wristband). There are nightly events and shows for the kids to start and then a various family shows for a couple of hours, then a "discotheque" from 11 to midnight (I never survived that late into the evening, so I have no review of that. Forgive me). We saw traditional drumming and dance, a fire show followed by crystal balls, and some very funny staff members who also happen to be very good entertainers almost every night. There is no shortage of fun things to do there every day and night. We had the best week I personally have ever had, and I'm sure my daughter would say the same. She pretty much did on the car ride home anyway. Will definitely return. Thanks for the memories, guys!
Lokasi
Cayo Ezequiel French Harbour
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Tentang Akomodasi

Waktu check-in & check-out
Waktu check-in:
18:00
Waktu check-out:
-
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Deskripsi

FAQ
Di mana alamat Fantasy Island Dive Resort?
Fantasy Island Dive Resort beralamat di Cayo Ezequiel French Harbour
Pukul berapa waktu check-in & check-out di Fantasy Island Dive Resort?
Waktu untuk check-in di Fantasy Island Dive Resort adalah mulai dari pukul 18:00
Apa saja fasilitas yang tersedia di Fantasy Island Dive Resort?
Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
  • Parkir
  • Resepsionis 24 Jam
  • Antar Jemput Bandara
Fasilitas
Fasilitas Populer
Parkir
Resepsionis 24 Jam
Antar Jemput Bandara
Olahraga, Spa & Rekreasi
Berkuda
Bola voli pantai
Wahana papan motor
Selancar angin
Menyelam
Tenis
Lapangan golf di dalam properti
Kursi berjemur di pantai
Taman
Bersepeda / bersepeda gunung
Bar kolam renang
Hewan Peliharaan
Hewan peliharaan dibolehkan
Fasilitas Umum
Teras
Pantai
Ruang merokok khusus
 

Review

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3.5
Dari 1.214 review
Kebersihan
3.5
Kamar
3.0
Lokasi
4.5
Layanan
3.5
Nilai
3.5
Pasangan
443
Keluarga
259
Wisata sendiri
55
Berlibur dengan teman
230
Bisnis
10
Rebelboat
27 Nov 2020 -
This was our third time back because we truly love the hotel and the people. HOWEVER, 3 hours before the manager announced that the hotel was closing due to covid-19 we were asked to pay our bill. So we did. Then 3 hours later as I stated they suddenly announced they were closing. We asked for a refund. What we got was a receipt and a promise that they would do so the next day. Here we are 8 months later and no refund. WHERE IS MY MONEY??!!
Rebelboat
26 Mar 2020 -
This was our 3rd time back. Unfortunately Covi-19 got in the way. In the short time we were there there have been tremendous improvements. Its like there is a different culture about the need to make the place more presentable. Having said that we have always loved Fantasy Island. We were particularly impressed with the environmental practices. No plastic, paper straws, paper cups, recycling bins... well done Ivan!!. The dive centre is top notch, the staff are wonderful, and the food has greatly improved. Well done Henry!! This is not a "party" place. This is an easy going quiet resort that where you just feel the vibe to totally "chill".
SAPmontreal
21 Mar 2020 - Pasangan
Nice beach. Picture perfect! Other that not much to brag about. 1) Buffet: no variety and mostly empty. Coffee sucks! No one is cleaning the tables from one seating to another. And if they do, it is more like dusting off some crums off the re-usable place mats. No wipping with soap... Nothing. It was disgusting. Waiters are just waiting to get tips for barely any service. Your drink choice: wine, 1 kind of beer and juice ( mix of sugar water) 2) The main 2 beaches is clean most of the time. But at times, there's garbage floating and no one picks them up (bottles, plastics...) 3) It is secluded. If you want to get out, you need the get their own taxi (10$ for 4km) or rent a car (starting from 72$) or an ATV (70$). We rented the ATV. It broke down on us and we had to take a taxi back. We asked for a discount to cover our taxi... Nothing. Yes it was also during the Corona Virus crisis and they were to busy. How hard is it to pull out 20$ from your drawer? He needed to call his boss and his boss is too busy to bother. 4) Hotel store is another rip off! Prices are more than double. 5) Only one bar the the whole hotel 6) The whole hotel is dated! Our bathroom had molds. The water leaks from our AC that we have to put towels to contain the water puddle. Yes, they fixed it a day before we left. Please, if you can afford, go to a better hotel. If not, plan ahead... Bring your own snacks! Rent a car from the airport. It is cheaper.
Spike9
12 Mar 2020 -
Again, a wonderful vacation. We were recognized by several members of the staff with hugs and a "Welcome back!" as it was our sixth time at this resort. We found that the wait staff in the dining areas were better than in previous years, allowing us to finish our meals before trying to remove our dishes. We were also very impressed with most of the servers, who anticipated our favourite beverages before we asked for them. When we were unable to finish our a la carte dinner as ordered, we were able to do a "doggie bag" and were served the rest of the meal, which was wonderful, the following night. Great service! Our only complaint is the fact that there are too many boats and sea-doos from other resorts that stir up the water, make snorkelling on the outer reef a bit hazardous for me, as a senior. Other than that, we are completely happy with Fantasy Island, and plan to return next year.
Cruisin81
10 Mar 2020 -
This was my daughter's and my first trip to the tropics (no details, but it was just the two of us). Were we ever in for an experience. We arrived in a bus from the airport to cold fruit drinks, were given our keys, and told to have fun. The big bright room was a wonderful 16 degrees after the hot bus ride. We changed into our swimsuits and hit the beach. This resort is an amazing place. It's a bit weather-worn but I always saw them fixing and improving things, and it actually adds to the beauty of it. It gives it more of a seaside beach hut feeling. There are roosters and chickens, agouti everywhere (the staff call them watusa, or wild rabbits), and birds. There are a couple of wild monkeys that are part of the "family" here and are very entertaining. We also encountered peacocks, of course. The beach is beautiful and the water was around 27 degrees if I had to guess. The crew had organized a soccer game among the kids, but our luggage had arrived and we went to put things away and get our snorkelling stuff. We didn't see anything in the water at first but that was because we were both complete noobs at snorkelling and were just off the beach. A couple of blobby looking jellyfish (they don't sting) but that was it. We hit the gazebo at the end of the dock on the east side of the island, put on our equipment and got in the water. I saw more sea life in the first ten seconds than I've ever seen in one body of water. The reef is incredible. I was told Roatan has the second largest barrier reef in the world by a few different people, guests included. It's stunning. There is a huge variety of things to see, from hermit crabs, to weird lobster with no claws. Fish big and small, lots of blue and yellow. The tarpin come out at night (their eyes are red if you get them with your flashlight) and you can see them from the end of the dock. The kids saw a big green eel the second night. I could hear them running away from the dock from my room, and the balcony door was closed (did I mention the room had a balcony? Ours faced due east, to the sunrise). Take a look at the satellite of this place. That's all coral reef. Every morning I'd walk along the beach with my bare feet in the water, coffee in hand, and see what had washed up from the night before. I called it my morning treasure hunt, and it truly is. Something new every day. This reef is very much alive, and beautiful. The dining room is big, with lots of places to sit. The food is varied, and buffet-style, three times a day. They also have an all-day snack bar where my daughter snuck lunch most days. They have burgers and fries and other stuff you'd expect to eat on the beach. It was all included with our package. A la carte is also offered for those that want to spend some extra cash for a special occasion. Nothing is overly expensive in my opinion, except for the cab rides, which seem very overpriced, but I may have misunderstood. We didn't take one anyway because we found enough to do - or not do, if we didn't want - to keep us busy for the week and exhausted when we went to sleep at night. The staff is incredible. Everyone is friendly and helpful. English, French, and Spanish seem to be known by everyone. I don't know how they do it, but they're good at it. The drinks are cold and delicious, and they'll make a non-alcoholic version of any of them for the underage guests (legal drinking age in Honduras is 21 so the kids get a different colour wristband). There are nightly events and shows for the kids to start and then a various family shows for a couple of hours, then a "discotheque" from 11 to midnight (I never survived that late into the evening, so I have no review of that. Forgive me). We saw traditional drumming and dance, a fire show followed by crystal balls, and some very funny staff members who also happen to be very good entertainers almost every night. There is no shortage of fun things to do there every day and night. We had the best week I personally have ever had, and I'm sure my daughter would say the same. She pretty much did on the car ride home anyway. Will definitely return. Thanks for the memories, guys!
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