The guiding principle behind this hotel, the top hotel in the city, is to make guests feel like they aren't even in Tegucigalpa. Upon entering the property, you are transported to a world of marble floors and pillars, vaulted ceilings, Moorish arches, shaded lounges, and tropical plants in all the right places. Rooms, remodeled in 2005, now have flatscreen TVs, clock radios with MP3 connections, and an earthy decor, punctuated by some tasteful jungle-themed art. Executive suites have computers with flatscreen monitors, cordless phones, fax machines, and a VCR. The biggest downside to the hotel, especially if you are here to sightsee, is that you are isolated well away from the center, albeit in an up-and-coming area with chain restaurants and a mall.
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