I stayed here with my boyfriend for 1 night. Compared to the other places we have stayed on our trip backpacking through Central America, this place was luxurious. The room was very clean, the bed was comfortable, and the shower has hot water. We had a nice balcony that was lovely to sit on, but there is also a terrace with a great view.
The hotel is very quiet, in a quiet neighborhood. It feels very safe there. However, it is difficult to find, as our cabbie drove us around for 45 minutes looking for the place.
There were a few things that we were disappointed with, especially considering the caliber of this place. We asked the staff if there were any restaurants nearby, and were told that there was a mall with a food court, but given no other suggestions. Not being drawn to a mall food court, we decided to eat dinner at the hotel, as it had been recommended on TA by previous guests. We both had pasta and it was not good at all. It is not expensive, but I am sure you can find tastier food for the same price or better elsewhere. We also saw a rat in the courtyard while eating, the only weve seen on the trip. The breakfast (included) is basic, but much better than dinner, and the fresh squeezed juice is great.
The staff is generally friendly and the place feels very safe. I'd recommend staying here, but definitely eat dinner elsewhere!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- At last - a rare hotel in the Honduran capital that gives reviewers a chance to gush. It's a triumph for good taste, both in the well-appointed guest rooms and long-stay apartments, all set in a quiet residential neighborhood.Once a spacious Tegucigalpa home, this keeps the trappings of a comfortable family residence with the trimmings needed for modern business travel. It's a beacon of class and courteous service in Tegucigalpa. Rooms in the colonial-style house have been lovingly furnished in Honduran mahogany and decorated with striking Lencan pottery and photos of the country's charms. From the Italian ceramic floor tiles up to the vaulted ceiling, it creates an ambience where you're happy to dally - unsurprisingly, there are many long-term stays. The focal point is a lush patio where lychee and mango trees shade diners taking the complementary breakfast buffet. Climb to a fourth-floor terrace for a 360-degree panorama over Tegucigalpa's sloping sprawl. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Humuya Hotel Tegucigalpa