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Which Tegucigalpa hotels are on sale?
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I need to find a good cheap hotel that doesn't cost me over 80 bucks a night in Tegus. Any ideas? Let me know please!?!

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There is various hotels in Tegucigalpa, I will mention you most of them that I know off, and you check the prices, our newest hotel is the Marriot Hotel, we also have the Clarion Hotel, Mayan Hotel, Hotel Plaza Libertador, Hotel Excelsior, and Portal del Angel. Hotel Plaza Libertador is kind of cheap but is not a 5 star hotel, Portal del Angel is a very small hotel. Hotel Excelsior, I wouldn't be able to give you information on it, just that is near downtown, which is not a very safe place at night.

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If you want a really good quality accommodation in Tegucigalpa that's value for money, try a place like Tegu Airport Bed & Breakfast. Stayed there, and honestly, it was great. Loved the style and Wi-Fi! Breakfast was also great. Everything was clean and hosts really friendly. Really safe location near airport, but easy access to the city and everything. Not sure of prices. Think they are about $39 or $49 for a double.

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Hotel MacArthur, Hotel Alameda are both under 80 a night. I've stayed in both. The Alameda is a little on the noisy side but it includes a very good breakfast with the price of the room.

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Planning a trip for 2 this May-June 2006. Going to Tegu and will travel to copan, Valle de angeles. Want cheap but safe hotels. Like to be safe but have the flavor of the country. any ideas?

Linda Lee

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Linda -

Tegu Airport Bed & Breakfast (at http://members.virtualtourist.com/vt/lm/100d/) and Tegu Airport Backpackers (at http://members.virtualtourist.com/vt/lm/1038/) are both good choices.

Charlie Meador, Coco Pando, La Ceiba, Honduras

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There is a hotel in Valle de Angeles owned and operated by an American ex-pat, Jim Lee. It is said to have good service and the owner is said to be a friendly chap. You might want to try it out. They have some budget rooms for backpackers but I have heard from some locals that they might be phasing them out in the future because of low demand.