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Las Rocas Vs. Bananarama

Surprise, Arizona
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Las Rocas Vs. Bananarama

I'm traveling in May to Roatan with a 15 year old and a three year old, can anyone guide me on the best hotel to stay, so far based on reviews I've limited my options to Las Rocas and Bananarama. I wanted something with a pool for my three year old but it was hard to find. Any help will be appreciated. Thank you

I wander the world
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4,790 posts
25 reviews
1. Re: Las Rocas Vs. Bananarama

The young child would be safer at Bananrama cause Las Rocas in on sand over rock/coral, if he falls it may be very painful. I have tripped more than once over there and I pay attention where my feet are.

Infinity Bay, Henry Morgan, Paradise Beach Club and Mayan all have pools on West Bay Beach. West Bay Lodge is off the beach and they have a pool as well.

The weather shifted down here.. the wind is up and the rain is coming. The waves of West Bay are about 4 feet. I love the drama of weather. :0)

Surprise, Arizona
2 posts
2. Re: Las Rocas Vs. Bananarama

Thank you for the advise, my 15 year old did not like West Bay, I think we are going for Bananarama. Once again thank you.

I wander the world
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4,790 posts
25 reviews
3. Re: Las Rocas Vs. Bananarama

What did your 15 year old NOT like about West Bay?

You understand Bananarama is both in West Bay and on West Bay Beach ... yes?

4. Re: Las Rocas Vs. Bananarama

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