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  • Standard Cabin

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    Two full or two queen beds. Air conditioned. Maximum of either three adults or two adults and two children. Cabins are approximately 400 square feet with private bathroom with shower, louvered and screened windows, two ceiling fans, and private veranda with hammock, located in this rainforest hotel in Honduras. Cabins also have a CD player, alarm clock with radio, safe, iPod dock and coffee maker with Honduran organic coffee. Outlets are 110v. Complimentary Wi-Fi access. Cots, sofas or extra mattresses are not available. Children are considered 11 years and younger.

    Bed size:Queen size

    Room size:37.16

  • Superior Plus Cabin

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    Room facilities:Bath, Bathroom, Complimentary breakfast, Desk, Hairdryer, Ironing Facilities, Laundry/Valet service, Restaurant, Safety Deposit Box, Shower, Television, Toilet, WIFI

    Single king four-poster bed. Air conditioned. Maximum of two adults.

    Bed size:King size

  • Standard Plus Cabin

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    Room facilities:Bath, Bathroom, Complimentary breakfast, Courtyard, Desk, Hairdryer, Hotspots, Ironing Facilities, Laundry/Valet service, Safety Deposit Box, Shower

    Two full or two queen beds. Air conditioned. Maximum of either three adults or two adults and two children.

    Bed size:Full size


Included in the Small Luxury Hotels of the World prestigious list. The Lodge at Pico Bonito is home to over 420 species of birds, tropical amphibians and exotic mammals such as kinkajous, peccaries, coatis, monkeys, tyras and jaguars. Trained guides take guests hiking through the rainforest, whitewater rafting, horseback riding, boating through a manatee reserve and snorkeling along the world’s second largest barrier reef.

All within a safe, secluded environment (this Honduras rainforest eco-lodge) and just waiting for you.


Pets are allowed. Charges may be applicable.


  • Bath
  • Bathroom
  • Complimentary breakfast
  • Courtyard
  • Hairdryer
  • Hotspots
  • Ironing Facilities
  • Laundry/Valet service
  • Lounges/bars
  • Restaurant
  • Seating Area
  • Shower
  • Telephone
  • Television
  • Toilet
  • Viewpoint
  • WIFI


Hiking, trekking, birdwatching, zip-lines.


WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.


Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).

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La Ceiba

La Ceiba

La Ceiba is the third largest city in Honduras, and is probably the country’s most vibrant. A relatively young city, it got its name from a huge Ceiba tree that was next to the beach and provided shade to the workers at the dock and locals during the afternoon. It is the capital of the department of Atlantida, one of the 18 departments of Honduras. La Ceiba has long been the operation hub of the Standard Fruit Company, producers of bananas, pineapples, grapefruits and many other agricultural goods that Honduras exports.

Adventure and nature

Adventure and nature La Ceiba is considered "The Capital of Ecotourism", due to its diverse natural offerings. Among the many popular areas, the imposing Pico Bonito (Beautiful Peak) stands at 2,435 meters. Pico Bonito's tropical rain forest provides beautiful waterfalls and spectacular landscapes. It is also home to the Cangrejal River, one of the few rivers in Central America enjoyed by people partaking in such water sports as white water rafting and canoeing.


NightlifeLa Ceiba is a lot more that a port city with lots of hospitality and charm. In my personal opinion, it has the potential to develop into the Ecotourism Capital in Central America. Its proximity to the Pico Bonito National Park, Cuero y Salado Wildlife Refuge, Cayos Cochinos Marine Reserve are but a few of the many nature attractions available at just a short distance from the city. In addition, infrastructure to host tourists is slowly, but surely on the upswing.

Culture & history

Culture & historyLa Ceiba began to form during the first years of the XIX century. In its origins, it was a Garífuna and Pech settlement, drawn by the wealth of its lands. But the real push began with the arrival of the Banana companies during the latter years of that same century and early XX century. With them, came the boats, the railroad and constant commerce with New Orleans and Europe. Soon the architecture was modified, modernized and the native gastronomy fused with foreign aromas and flavors. The city is still headquarters of the Standard Fruit Company of Honduras, producers of a large variety of export fruit, included banana, pineapple and grapefruit.
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