InterContinental Tegucigalpa at Multiplaza Mall
A perfect day in Tegucigalpa begins with a delicious breakfast buffet in our restaurant The Market, where you can enjoy exquisite food prepared especially for you to enjoy the ¨Catracho¨ cuisine. Among the options you can try delicious dishes such as baleadas, pupusas, refried beans, fresh local cheese and plantains. If you want to taste an excellent cup of Honduran coffee you can visit Espresso Americano, Coffeholic or Galeanos Cafe located in the surroundings of the Hotel. If you are feeling adventurous, it only takes approximately 25 minutes to enjoy a hike in our National Park La Tigra, which is a cloudy tropical forest with a high diversity of flora and fauna. Besides it's lush beauty, this park also has an important Honduran history. On the way to the park, you can watch the landscape of the city and the statue of Christ of Picacho located in Picacho National Park.
El patio is the perfect choice for lunch with their traditional honduran food. This is an excellent place for travelers in search of a “Honduran experience”, featuring excellent asado, traditionally dressed waiters and roving mariachi for the delight of your ears. Each main course is served with several appetizer, so bring an appetite. Just one "plato fuerte" is often enough for two. Their pinchos (skewers of roasted meat and vegetables) and "The Conquistador" plate are highly recommended. Then you should enjoy a short walk through the historic center of Tegucigalpa, where you can visit museums and enjoy the colonial architecture of more than 4 main churches and later you can visit Valle de Angeles, a small colonial town where they have several art galleries and places for you to buy a lot of souvenirs.
A concert of our symphony orchestra at the historic and beautiful Teatro Nacional Manuel Bonilla is a great way to spend your time while waiting for a delicious dinner in the most glamorous restaurant named La Cumbre. Located 1500 feet above the city, this restaurant offers the most beautiful view in Tegucigalpa by night, besides its delicious dishes. Tip for entree: Camembert Cheese with Strawberry dressing. After having a perfect day in the outside of the hotel, I recommend you take a relaxing massage in our InterContinental Spa or, enjoy the rest of your evening with our Jazz nights with "Satuye" on Thursdays and the beat of tropical music at our Latin Nights with the band "Son de Tepas" on Fridays.
Coffee and cigars
Honduras is famous for its tasty coffee and handmade cigars from the western part of the country.
In the late 16th century, when Tegucigalpa was founded by Spanish settlers on the site of an earlier native settlement, its full name was Real Villa de San Miguel de Tegucigalpa de Heredia. Today, locals often shorten Tegucigalpa to 'Tegus.'
Until the 19th century, Tegucigalpa was the country's most important center for the mining of silver and gold. That's the main reason it became the Honduran capital in 1880. The name, in Nahuatl, a native language, means 'silver mountain.'
National Park La Tigra
It is not usual to find a national park in the middle of a capital city, but in Tegucigalpa you can see the La Tigra National Park just by looking towards the Cristo del Picacho up on a hill.
National Theater Manuel Bonilla
National Theater Manuel Bonilla offers a splendid interior decor. From Opera Concerts to plays, from monologues and Ballet Shows!