La Delphina Bed and Breakfast, Bar and Grill

Address: main street 2nd right in Garnadita on the beach, La Ceiba, 968, Honduras | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B is located on main street 2nd right in Garnadita on the beach, La Ceiba.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Delphina Bed and Breakfast, Bar and Grill La Ceiba

      Reviewed by christie101

      A Great Stay

      Reviewed Oct 10, 2012
      by (4 reviews) London , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      My boyfriend and I read the great reviews of La Delphina and decided to stay here for a couple of nights before flying home from San Pedro Sula. We weren't disappointed!
      This is a lovely hotel, the bedrooms are nicely furnished and are cleaned brilliantly everyday. The back of the hotel leads you directly onto the beach and there is a lovely area around the pool to sit by the bar and enjoy a drink or dinner. The food here is amazing! The owner and staff here are so friendly and helpful, it was my birthday and the owner went out of his way to get a cake made in town with my name on it and then they added some candles and sang happy birthday to me! It made my day. I cannot recommend this hotel highly enough, a great stay.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews La Delphina Bed and Breakfast, Bar and Grill La Ceiba

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      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Mar 13, 2015

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      A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Mar 05, 2015

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      ... a quiz created by the instructors which almost guaranteed the participants drank regardless of the answer, grads were then required to perform a skill learnt during the course but in a sexy a manner. Everyone performed equipment removals as though they were performing to a group of men at the strippers or women on a hens night and sure enough they got the applause's and boo's they deserved. With the entire resort rowdy and ready for more the last and most ...

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      A travel blog entry by kate9miller on Oct 30, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      This morning we were back with the girls studying tourism, they were all really nice and seemed genuinely pleased to have us there helping with their English. At break time they went out and bought enchiladas and orange juice for us all, so we had a little class party with them.

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      A travel blog entry by mattmantle on Aug 04, 2014

      1 photo

      ... at the chance of saving some money and being able to chill at the beach all day. Alas, they sorted it out, and I was heading out for my dives at 12pm. After practising a few skills with the equipment, we went out onto the reef. Both dives were pretty good, with decent visibility around us, and plenty of fish. It was no great barrier reef though, I think my first dive in Australia back in 2007 has spoilt me. I’d been hanging out with two of the ...

      Border Crossing by Bus

      A travel blog entry by joshandmargaret on Jul 03, 2014


      ... we had left and realized we had enough to pay so we sighed in relief thankful we had enough. But, surprisingly when we got up to the window the officer did not charge us the unofficial exit fee. Then, we started heading back to the bus as we had seen the other people from our bus do. Just as we were almost to our bus we passed a young man from the Hedman Alas company that pointed us to a Honduran office we needed ...