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All reviewsrestaurant next doorclose to the airportcontinental breakfastadjacent restaurantfree wifirefried beanspassing thrusan pedro airporthotel arrangednice poolair conditioningpizza hutnext morningwould definitely stay here againhedman alas bussafe hotelgreat place to stay
I was so happy to find a safe, clean motel prior to flying home from San Pedro Sula. The rooms were basic, but clean and cool. Our group also enjoyed the pool, and the lovely grounds with comfy hammocks. The airport was an easy 5...More
I've stayed at the Metrotel on two occasions and will be going back in November, 2017. Both times I was satisfied with my stay. In my situation, I needed to stay over one night before taking the Hedman Alas bus to Copan the next morning....More
I Spent a weekend at this hotel while doing some repairs at home. The rooms are confy although the AC kept buzzing all night and turning on and Off by itself. Service is great. Internet connection is very good averaging around 35 Megabits. Breakfast was...More
We stayed at the Metroel Express after a flight from Newark that arrived late in the evening. The hotel arranged (paid) transport from the airport - $40 for a large party. Our reservation was handled competently and we were in our room less than an...More
This hotel is convenient to the SPS airport but that is it. The area is industrial and dangerous. The room was clean, TV did not work but wifi did. I was there to make a connection the next morning to Roatan.
Response from maribelturcios | Reviewed this property |
You probably can make it at night time because it's a short ride but it's the Honduran roads I don't trust at all. I would book a hotel taxi between 5 and 6am when daylight is about to come. I am sure the hotel has reliable... More
You probably can make it at night time because it's a short ride but it's the Honduran roads I don't trust at all. I would book a hotel taxi between 5 and 6am when daylight is about to come. I am sure the hotel has reliable and trusting taxi drivers. Consider all circumstances: if the taxi breaks down, you definitely don't want to be at dark stuck in the road. Another option is what they call "colectivos", a shared ride that starts around 5am from the hotel. They charge less and it's safer because you will not be alone. The hotel is in the main road so, they can take you there.