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Spent our last night in Honduras at the Guacamaya B&B and Roberto, Alexander and staff made the visit memorable. Nice quality rooms (with more improvements underway) at an affordable price. Excellent view of the famous "Cola Sign" (the "Coca" having been recently dislodged) and right...More
A beautiful hotel close to everything in San Pedro Sula with a great shuttle service from the airport. Roberto the owner was more than helpful with transportation and letting me know the sights to see in the most efficient way possible. Guacamaya is equipped with...More
Roberto met my wife and I at the airport holding a sign with my name on it. Doesn't get any easier than that!
We got a "tour" through the city and learned lots of history about the city and country while driving back. He speaks...More
After reading the reviews I choose this hotel and it was a excellent choice.I stayed at the Guacamaya B & B my first and last night in San Pedro Sula. Roberto the owner picked me up at the airport on my arrival and it was...More
We've stayed in several places in San Pedro and were going to stay across the street at Copantl for $130/night until I saw their reviews.
Then I saw hotel Guacamaya's reviews and the hotel is half the price or so.
Well weren't we pleasantly surprised....More
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They are back off of a main road, hidden back a little bit. Their parking includes several spots directly in front of the lobby, which is completely windows. They have someone at the desk all day and night. Even though it is... More
They are back off of a main road, hidden back a little bit. Their parking includes several spots directly in front of the lobby, which is completely windows. They have someone at the desk all day and night. Even though it is not enclosed, I would consider it safe. I live in Honduras and I would park my car here overnight.