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We were unexpectedly stranded at the airport, and ended up spending the night at this hotel. We were greeted warmly, and all our needs were met. The room was basic but clean and linens comfortable. We watched the Super Bowl in Spanish, and had a...More
We wanted a hotel near the airport. The rooms were clean and spacious and had good air conditioning. The breakfast included scrambled eggs, bacon, cereal, and fruit to name a few of the items. The air conditioning and two of the four exercise machines weren't...More
The hotel is a basic 2 or 3 star type hotel but the rooms are comfortable, and my room was upgraded to include 2 queen size beds for an extra $1 a night as it was low season.
We lost the the tv signal for...More
Nothing to rave about. Not super friendly, expensive for Honduras, my room was clean but the cigarette-smoke smell was so strong I feel like I smoked a pack when I opened the door. The upstairs hallway smelled as though a lot of people had barfed...More
We stayed here on a recommendation of a friend! The place was excellent and was clean and comfortable. The bathroom had a tub and great hot water :-). The front desk employees were fluent in English as well! They had a complimentary breakfast included! We...More
Response from maribelturcios | Reviewed this property |
You probably can make it at night time because it's a short ride but it's the Honduran roads I don't trust at all. I would book a hotel taxi between 5 and 6am when daylight is about to come. I am sure the hotel has reliable... More
You probably can make it at night time because it's a short ride but it's the Honduran roads I don't trust at all. I would book a hotel taxi between 5 and 6am when daylight is about to come. I am sure the hotel has reliable and trusting taxi drivers. Consider all circumstances: if the taxi breaks down, you definitely don't want to be at dark stuck in the road. Another option is what they call "colectivos", a shared ride that starts around 5am from the hotel. They charge less and it's safer because you will not be alone. The hotel is in the main road so, they can take you there.