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Had a group of 25 missionaries and we need a place to stay the night before our return to the USA. The staff was great and they also spoke English. The bathrooms were spacious and the room was clean. The beds were a little on...More
I use this hotel quit frequently as a stop over on my way from San Pedro Sula to La Cieba. It is close to the airport and has great security. The restaurant next door (Larsons) has great food and is open to serve early and...More
Our mission team stayed here the night before we flew home. Everything is clean and we felt very safe. They have a good continental breakfast and the staff is very friendly. We enjoyed staying there and would highly recommend this hotel to anyone traveling to...More
The Metrotel in San Pedro is a great place to stop over for a day or two. Located close to the international airport visitors can rest up before heading to Copan, La Ceiba or back home. The hotel, located on the main road between the...More
It was very clean and comfortable to stay in. My family and I loved coming back after the adventures exploring the city. I highly recommend this convenient place to stay while in this beautiful city. It is close to the airport too.
US$68 - US$84 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.