Upon entering the lobby we were greeted with a warm welcome. In our months of travel we have received many cold receptions. Some people seem puzzled as to why you would show up with bags in a hotel lobby. It happened in Comayagua twice, so imagine our pleasant shock when the staff acted like they were expecting us. What a wonderful thing!
We are traveling on a very tight budget, so the large grocery store directly next door was great. It was a walk of about 5 seconds. The square was about 5 blocks away, so it was not the most central. There where plenty of options for everything you may or may not need. Even things you may not know you need. The locals market was a block away, and a bus line to Tegucigalpa was on the corner, opposite the supermarket.
We stayed for 2 nights in a room with a double or full bed. It was 225 lempira, or about $10. The tv had loads of cable channels. The bathroom was good but the suicide shower did not deliver hot water. No worries. There was a chair and a table. The fan was quiet and worked good.
Some of the optional extras were a water bubbler that dispensed hot water, which was good for instant coffee in the morning. And maruchan soups if that is your thing. There was a communal balcony overlooking the road. Out the back was a very quiet enclosed chill out area with wicker rocking chairs. Upon investigation I came across a kitchen for guest use and free coffee 24 hours. There was no internet. Staff was on hand 24 hours to keep the coffee fresh.
This is a consistent budget choice. Backpackers shall dig the prices. It is also very chill, and the kitchen makes it flirt with hostal status, yes? Central America is loaded with solid, wonderful dirt cheap places. Comayagua has a serious player in the game. If 225 lemps is what you are looking for in Honduras, stay and be happy.