Real InterContinental Tegucigalpa At Multiplaza Mall

Address: Avenida Roble, frente a Mall Multiplaza, Tegucigalpa, 2122, Honduras | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Avenida Roble, frente a Mall Multiplaza, Tegucigalpa, is near Parque Central, Casa Presidencial, Palacio Legislativo, and Archaeological Museum (Museo Arqueológico).
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