While Honduras's land-locked capital city, Tegucigalpa, may have a radical name, it's the country's private island paradise, Roatan, that has a radical reason to visit: Las Verandas Hotel & Villas. The "first premiere, luxury resort, spa and private villa complex on the island" sits a cool 35mi off the Honduran coast in the Caribbean Sea, is surrounded on three sides by water, and has a glorious, crescent-shaped, white sand beach, and radical deal (check below) just for Thrillisters. It looks purty at night. This is the main lobby/ lounge but the two Caribbean/Americas fusion restos just off it have a setting that's equally Puff-Daddy-wearing-a-white-suit-someplace-tropical. Bedrooms for mad sleeping, yo! Minimalistic and mod all-around, the infinity pools make like you after too many Honduran beers on the beach, and fall quietly into the sea. Speaking of which, before Roatan was deemed worthy of swanky resorts, its crystal water was a mecca for hardcore divers and fisherman, which's who you'll totally piss off when you do both of those activities from aboard one of LV's baller boats. The adjacent golf course is called the The Black Pearl and was designed by legendary father-son duo Pete and Perry Dye; not to be confused with "paridise" or what a tropical island with a championship golf course really is.