I have always loved the Portal del Angel, which is the first and original Boutique Hotel in Tegucigalpa. But despite my liking of the property, I had never stayed there. Tegucigalpa can be a chaotic city, so finding a unique place to relax and get away from the rat race is always a goal.
Every city has a couple of old well established hotels in the La Ceiba downtown area. Many of these end up closing their doors as downtown becomes less attractive to stay in. La Ceiba is no exception to this rule. Perhaps the two most iconic hotels in downtown La Ceiba are the Gran Hotel Paris […]
I was recently back in the Hotel Copantl for an overnight stay. It had been years since I last stayed there. This was where I spent my first nights in Honduras back in 1992, when I first came to the country to check it out. Here is what I found:
I had a chance to spend a couple of nights last week in La Ensenada Resort. The rooms are great, and many of them are actually condo units with two bedroom suites and a full kitchen. My room offered a large bed with quiet air conditioning and a spacious, deluxe bathroom.
There is a lot more to Utila than party and getting your divers course taken care of. Are you considering a visit to the island and are looking for the best place where to stay in Utila? I am happy to provide the following tips.
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Although Honduras is a small country, there are many places to visit. Honduras, almost by definition offers a unique and different travel experience. Of course, choosing the right places for you stay in Honduras will have a direct impact on you final vacation experience. Following is my suggestion of top places to stay in Honduras in 2017.
One dictionary refers to hospitality as “the friendly and generous reception and entertainment of guests, visitors, or strangers”. As you can see, there is a difference between true hospitality versus hotel stays.
Are you looking for a great deal in a bed and breakfast in San Pedro Sula? I have a tip to share. The Hotel Guacamaya Inn is one of your best alternatives. It has a great location.
If you are looking for a franchise hotel in Copan Ruinas, the Clarion Copan is your only option in town. If you want a room with all the modern amenities, great views and the serenity of nature, the Clarion Copan is a great alternative.
he area is home to some of the best coffee producing land in Central America. Sitting at altitudes between four and five thousand feet above sea level, the climate is ideal for coffee.