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A memorable place to stay with immaculately clean and good-value rooms set off shady paths that meander through the hotel’s leafy hillside plot, 400m southwest of Parque Central...
Hotel El Estadio
Owned by Peter, originally from Roatán but who lived in Boston for years, this hostel is well set-up for travelers. The two (four-bed) dorms are small but equipped with quality mattresses, and fresh towels are provided...
Buena Onda Hostel
Owned and run by a welcoming, worldly Spanish traveler, this excellent new place is perfectly set-up with stylish dorms that have lovely bamboo beds, good mattresses, lockers and giant art canvasses...
Sea Breeze Inn
A cute, three-story building behind Cannibal Café, the Sea Breeze has wood-slat construction, excellent patios and a few rooms with kitchenettes (although the kitchenette rooms end up stinking of propane). Also has free kayaks and wi-fi.
Hotel Quinta Real
A quantum leap from the other hotels in town with grand staircases, marble tiles just about everywhere and a removed resort-like feel, this is the best (and only) top-end hotel in town...
Gran Hotel Sula
San Pedro Sula
The rooms aren’t worth the price of admission, but they are comfortable enough, and you are right on Parque Central...
Gran Hotel Paris
Fancy things like card keys – that don’t work – and a pleasant courtyard pool set this hotel apart. Plus, you’re right on the Parque Central. Many rooms have aging air-con units and spongy beds, but there are a few renovated units worth asking about...
Posada Las Orquideas
Run by the same people who own Posada Arco Iris, with similar amenities, price structure and tasteful decor. This is more secluded and has a jetty that's exclusively for guests, jutting out over the pretty Gibson Bay...
Colibri Hill Resort
Located on a hilltop overlooking the bay – but still just a minute’s walk to the main drag – the Colibri has stunning grounds, a nice pool area (though there’s green water in the pool), and even a colibri (hummingbird) or two...
A bizarre boutique hotel, the Jade Seahorse features five oddly shaped but comfortable bungalows, each eclectically decorated with bottle art, mosaic tiles and iridescent glass stones...
Hotel Plaza Del General
Pricey, but worth it.
Hotel Plaza San Martin
Slightly cheap, but not worth the price of admission.
Bird Of Paradise
Just steps from the dock, this good new place has eight tidy, clean rooms with either two or three beds, in an elegant little wooden Utilan house. Bathrooms are shared...
Hotel Plaza Copan
While this hotel offers surface-level colonial styling, it just doesn’t seem to have any soul. The somewhat dated rooms have heavy wood furnishings and flower-print bedspreads – rooms 210 and 213 have great views of Parque Central...
Hotel Plaza Del Libertador
This classy hotel has rooms with a cozy chalet–like look; junior suites have king-size beds and better bathrooms. All rooms have a great little terrace; definitely ask for one with a city view.
For a couple of grand, one can deliberate in style at this stunning six-bedroom, 1980-sq-meter beachfront home, surely one of the most beautiful houses (and most luxurious accommodations) in the whole country...
Reef House Resort
One of the oldest dive resorts on Roatán, this comfortable hotel, restaurant and diving center features large rooms with two queen-size beds, private bathroom, air-con and cable TV...
A simple place with six rooms on the 2nd floor of a big house, accommodations here are small, spotless, and boast polished hardwood floors and tile bathrooms. All rooms share a wrap-around porch, which is great for relaxing after a day of diving...
The bare-bones basic rooms at this second-story hotel have unpainted concrete floors, industrial fans and cold-water showers – but they are cheap. The ‘deluxe’ rooms have tiled floors and air-con, but are expensive for what you’re getting.
Palmetto Bay Plantation
Palmetto Bay Plantation is an understated luxury resort hidden several kilometers down a dirt road, sharing a beautiful stretch of beach with hundreds of palm trees and not much else...
Hotel Honduras Plaza
San Pedro Sula
Greco-Roman decor – well, columns, heavy gold curtains and overstuffed furniture – make this hotel unique in San Pedro Sula. You’ll find good-sized rooms with scratchy sheets, big bathrooms, air-conditioning and minibars.
Caribbean Coral Inn
This small Hotel Caribbean Coral Inn , at the eastern end of town, offers a great alternative to staying in overcrowded Tela. Each of the rustic but comfortable rooms has its own porch with hammock. All have queen beds and hot-water bathrooms.