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“Perfect spot to stay in TGUS”
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Reviewed 31 March 2013

If you want a clean and easy place to stay in Tegus...this is it. Free internet and 3 nice computers to use. Also its in a good neighborhood. 400 limps! I stayed in a different hotel that was more expensive and it was not nearly...More

2  Thank Jacob H
Reviewed 28 July 2012

This hotel wasn't anything fantastic, but it did have warm water. The bed was a little hard and there was a lot of noise from the streets, but if you bring earplugs and are tired, you will sleep just fine! It was very clean. If...More

3  Thank apoll331
Reviewed 10 May 2012 via mobile

We stayed here for one night after a long day of travelling from Roatan! We just wanted somewhere clean and comfy to rest and this was perfect!Room was very clean,shower nice and warm and room was cool! We didn't see much of the surrounding area...More

2  Thank cday84
Reviewed 29 December 2011

If you are going to visit down town Tegucigalpa and you want a real "feel" of honduran culture try this Hotel, its located in one of the eldest "barrios" in town called Barrio Guanacaste, the name comes from a huge tree called like that. This...More

3  Thank lorena z
Reviewed 1 August 2011

Street noise is the only issue I had with this hotel, but then Tegucigalpa must be the noisiest city in the world!. It was very clean. Everything worked. There is internet and free water and the staff are friendly and courteous.

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"get a room on the 3rd floor away from the street"
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"Closer to the lobby ( lower loors) have better Wii"
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"New Section rooms are larger, didn't really need AC, but didn't want windows open at night, noise..."
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"Ask for a room far away from the busy streets, east wing will do fine."
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