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I stayed here while on a tour in Honduras and it was not up to the standard of the other hotels I stayed in. The resort needs an update. Rooms were large, but I couldn't get the air-conditioning to turn down and I was cold...More
The only good thing about this hotel is the staff. I went with family last Sunday to swim and eat in the Hotel. They charge 55$/adult and 30$/kid. Paying this you have the right to swim and for a buffet launch. Honestly the pool was...More
The hotel is good but, there are many things to be improved; others are ok
1) Entertainment at night is very good
2) Food at snack area is not good
3) Same dessert at restaurant during my whole stay but you can enjoy the food...More
For the adventurous and non delicate traveler, Tela is a pleasant destination. This hotel is a bit dated but the rooms are very clean, beds very comfortable, AC first rate, and staff very courteous. During the week, you may end up having the place to...More
My family rented a villa there. EVERYTHING in the villa was outdated and unclean. But the worse was the pigeon poop dropping down between the ceiling tiles. You hear the birds all night long. The food was the equivalent of a Golden Corral in the...More
US$196 - US$249 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#6 On the Beach Hotel in Tela
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Probably. The bar staff were very friendly and accommodating to our group (or else they tolerated us well). We even brought our own liquor at one point and they happily gave us whatever mixers we wanted.
Sorry I can't answer that - we are travellers that get up early and go to bed early - i do remember seeing them set up for shows lol - during the day we spent most of our time in town - loved the town. Our week may have... More
Sorry I can't answer that - we are travellers that get up early and go to bed early - i do remember seeing them set up for shows lol - during the day we spent most of our time in town - loved the town. Our week may have been different because we were the 1st plane into the resort and there were only 30 people total
couple of things i forgot to mention - the airport really has nothing so depending on what time your flight is you may want to take a few baggies and steal a snack from the resort to eat there - also if bringing back rum... More
couple of things i forgot to mention - the airport really has nothing so depending on what time your flight is you may want to take a few baggies and steal a snack from the resort to eat there - also if bringing back rum - go to the grocery store in town to buy - it is across from the town square - it was around $5.00 per bottle for Honduras spiced rum and it is very good - sells up here for 28.00 per 26er lol