La Ronda Hostel Tegucigalpa

The Hostel

We’re in the historic downtown of Tegus. It's an old house that has been adapted into a hostel and a bar-restaurant that is open for locals. It’s got a fun vibe, cool art, chill music, cold beer, and nice rooms with private baths. Our staff is nice and helpful.

The rooms are well equipped with an ensuite bathroom, comfortable beds, charging outlets, AC, fan and hot water. There are three rooms all fitting 4 people, one with 4 twin single beds and two with a queen-sized bed and 2 twin single beds.

We have a bar/restaurant

The hostel has a restaurant and bar. In the evenings there’s food, beer, and lots of energy and fun as the local young people come in for drinks on the terrace. The food offered at the hostel is good and the beer is ice cold.

The bar is definitely hopping, but we close the terrace (where the rooms are) at 12 midnight, so if you’re a light sleeper or if noise is an issue please take that into consideration before booking.

What to Do (Tegucigalpa)

Tegucigalpa is a great city that is relatively undiscovered on the backpacker trail. Nevertheless, there is a lot of life in the city. From up and coming yuppie scene to local market and delicious soups and baleadas, you can be sure to love this city. 
This city has lots of hidden gems and feels like your ‘off the beaten track’. Museum of National Identity, La Leona Park, Mercado Los Dolores, Mercados de Comayaguela, The Picacho Christ National Park, La Tigra National Park, Santa Lucia, Valle de Angeles.

Is it Safe?

We get this question a lot. We tell all of our guests that safety should not be a concern when in downtown Tegucigalpa. It’s a safe area and we suggest you walk without being concerned about being robbed.

Nevertheless, Tegucigalpa is a big city and you should always be cautious when traveling with expensive belongings such as cellphones or cameras. Just use common sense, be street smart and keep safety in mind when walking around after dark.