Tegucigalpa was founded by Spanish settlers as the Real Villa de San Miguel de Heredia de Tegucigalpa on September 29, 1578, on the site of an existing native settlement. During the years of independence, the city became widely known as a mining center for silver and gold. The capital of the independent Republic of Honduras was constantly switching back and forth between Tegucigalpa and Comayagua until it was permanently settled in Tegucigalpa in 1880.
Hotel Plaza del General
With five banquet halls available that can host special events for up to 800 guests, this hotel is the perfect gathering place for any occasion, be it a family reunion, a gala banquet or reception. You can even book a private dining room with our lovely view to El Picacho. Plaza del General’s menus cater to special tastes, dietary needs or cultural cuisines.
124 rooms and suites, executive floors with working desk, mini-bar, courtesy coffee, non-smoking / smoking rooms, private bathrooms, alarm clock, emergency exit, smoke detector, VHS rental, hair dryer, safe deposit box, ironing board, and handicap-friendly facilities.
- Business center
- Laundry service
- Conference rooms
- WiFi internet
- Terrace / Solarium