The fanciest hotel in Santa Lucía  is the Hotel Santa Lucía Resort (tel. 504/779-0540, hotel-santalucia-resort [at] yahoo [dot] com, US$28–56 s/d), set on a leafy hillside 1.2 kilometers before arriving in town. The rambling main building, made with lots of brick and wood, with a tile roof, has various rooms ranging in price depending on size and amenities. There is a nice restaurant serving Honduran and international dishes (US$8–10) with both patio and indoor seating, and live music at Sunday lunch. The hotel has children’s equipment, a sauna, and wireless Internet.
Also on the road into town (a 5–10-minute walk from the center) is Brisas de Santa Lucía (tel. 504/779-0597, hotelbrisasdesantalucia [at] gmail [dot] com), a bed-and-breakfast with clean, tastefully decorated rooms and pleasant common areas. There are 14 rooms in different configurations that can sleep 1–6 people, for US$16 per person.
Right in town not far from the church is La Posada de Doña Estefanía (tel. 504/779-0441, meeb8 [at] yahoo [dot] com, US$25 s/d), a small inn with just four rooms and a charming garden. Rooms 1, 2, and 3 are all very tastefully turned out in colonial style, and rooms 1 and 2 have a stunning view of the church and hillside below. Room 4 doesn’t have much going for it beyond its size—it can sleep up to five people and costs an extra US$10.