Apart Hotel Villa Nuria
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TravelPod Member ReviewsApart Hotel Villa Nuria San Pedro Sula
I would not stay at this hotel should I happen to return to San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Although the bed was comfortable; the place was quite old and outdated, needed a major cleaning and was too warm. I found the buffet breakfast to be rather awful as well. There was a very nice pool on the property however.
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