Formerly limited to cities and major tourist destinations only, a growing number of good quality hotels falling into the inexpensive and moderate categories, charging between US$25–100 per night, have been springing up in Honduras  in recent years. Most large towns have at least one moderately priced spot with air-conditioning, TV with cable, clean bathrooms, decent mattresses, private parking, and a restaurant or cafeteria of some type.
Travelers won’t have much luck trying to negotiate a better deal for one or two nights, but discounts are frequently available for stays of a week or longer. It’s usually best to talk to the owner or manager, rather than a receptionist, in attempting such negotiations.
Prices don’t vary much throughout the year in most of the country, but during Semana Santa (Holy Week, or Easter), and often over Christmas/New Year’s, rooms are more expensive in the north coast beach towns of Trujillo , La Ceiba , Tela , Omoa , and Puerto Cortés , and on the Bay Islands . In La Ceiba, prices rise dramatically for the long weekend around the Feria de San Isidro, a famed carnival held each year in mid-May. Rates are higher in Comayagua  during its famed Holy Week celebrations.