Very clean room, comfortable beds, a/c worked great. Their restaurant is just across the street. Delicious choices....buffer-style. Reasonable enough prices so that you weren't looking elsewhere. The best chiccharon in Honduras is served here....comes directly from their own farm. Rooms surround a center courtyard with beautiful flowers, plants and a waterfall. You CANNOT hear any noise from the road. This is a very nice place to get a good night's sleep. Very attentive staff. One of our fave stops when we motorcycle throughout Central America. Would like to give them six stars, but cannot. Scott & Shirley (Roatan)
A beautiful hotel, centrally located in Comayagua, within walking distance of the cathedral. The staff was so friendly and helpful, with parking for our bike across the street and a great tipico breakfast. I loved our colonial-style room and the garden courtyard!
I stayed 3 nights at the Hotel Casa Grande in Comayagua as part of a Latin American business trip. I had some trepidation about Honduras in general given its reputation so when the door to Casa Grande was opened by a small man with a big gun, it didn’t help ease my concerns. However, I shouldn’t have been worried. My trip to Comayagua turned out the be the highlight of the 5 places I visited during this trip.
OK, for those who value creature comforts such as running hot water in the room then this might not be the place to stay. Also if you are looking for ultra-modern, then you will be disappointed by the brown wooden furniture and the rather quaint feel of the place. It was however the quaint feel of the place which won me over together with the staff who did their best to meet my needs despite a serious language barrier. Even the small man with the big gun carried my bag to my room.
Food in the restaurant over the road was wholesome although fried chicken for breakfast isn’t something I often trade for cornflakes and the meal in the evening was excellent. The atmosphere was like having a meal at someone's home.The owner of the hotel (and a number of restaurants) seemed to be one of the most important business owners in town and he seemed to be a genuinely nice guy.
So if you can take a luke warm water shave and a slightly warmer shower courtesy of an electrically heated contraption in the shower head, then this place is well worth a try.
I have stayed at many Honduran Hotels and this hotel was by far the best. The meals were good, the staff was very friendly and helpful. You can pay for your room in $ US at the official bank rate but no credit cards. The rooms were above average size. The only negative was the headboards are not fastened to the beds so they bang against the wall when you move in bed. The dining area is open air and can get a little warm if all the tables are full. The WI-Fi is thru out the hotel and is as fast as any US hotel. They also have a public PC upstairs.
The hotel sells sodas and beer but will let you keep refigerated goods in their refrigerators or will move a small refrigerator into your room.
Taking a long bus ride from LaCeiba was no fun, but walking into Casa Grande was an instant relief. Even though there was a bit of work being done in the foyer, the owner was gracious and attentive to our every need. The room was amazing! The most beautiful room I've stayed in---in Honduras, or anywhere, actually in Latin America. Every detail was taken into consieration, from the handpainted sink and matching tile in the bath, to cozy matching quilts and shams on the beds. The beds were quality, clean and cozy and made for a great night's sleep. All was quiet, and that may have been the best part.. Our room faced a small garden courtyard and a gentle light woke us in the morning. We received several messages while there, and our messages were brought to us immediately and with a very professional aire. It was almost hard to believe that on top of all this care and quality for a good price, we could also choose from several things to enjoy for our breakfast.. I know I'll be staying there again, rather than in Tegus. when I have business in the capitol city. The Chinese food restaurnat was a short walk down the street and very tasty. Next time I hope to enjoy more of the colonial town and plaza.