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We truly enjoyed our week at Paya Bay and plan to return. This is a serene sanctuary, the staff members, and owners are delightful, our room on the cliff perched over the sea was simple and spectacular simultaneously. Yoga in this setting is a must, as well as snorkeling on the nearby reef. And the private beach and turquoise water - yummy! Thank you for creating a peaceful place for rejuvenation and relaxation.
I do love the place so much, that I keep coming back during my visits in Roatan. I never stay in the resort but we always visit the restaurant. The owners always friendly and the staff as well. I reviewed the whole experience was great, and the resort was beautiful with amazing views. If I have to review my meal that it was conch soup I will give 3 points, and 3 points to my hummus as well.
The soup was not so delicious as during the other time we visited. Perhaps some key ingredients are missing, like yuca or green bananas, and hummus served with peanut butter flavor, but the rest were so worth it to be in such amazing place.
I can't say enough about this beautiful place! We had a one-day shore excursion here and can't wait to come back for a week or so! We were greeted with fresh fruit and smoothies then shown to our room for the day. We then went down to Bliss beach and were amazed that we were the only two people on the private beach! We walked all around the beautiful grounds and sat at the "edge of the universe". We were served a delicious grilled shrimp lunch at the beach bar. Drinks are reasonably priced too. There is a fresh water pool with a waterfall on the beach! Oh yea, I might need to mention, this is a clothing optional beach. How often can you snorkel nude in paradise? When we were taken back to the ship, we had to pick up the owner of Paya Bay Resort. She was a very sweet lady. This was an absolutely perfect day for us!
We spent a week at Paya Bay in early June and it was wonderful from beginning to end. The grounds are lovely, with all sorts of secluded hideaways, and bliss Beach lives up to its name. The staff are welcoming and friendly and the food is excellent. We also loved resort dogs Thelma and Louise, made us miss ours a little less. Highly recommended a stay at Paya Bay. We hope to return.