Although directly across from the bus station, this large economy hotel doesn't get much street noise. It has a spacious tropical garden in the back where peacocks roam, plus a play area for children, as well as a pool and two large cages with colorful Guacamaya birds inside. Each of the hotel's standard rooms has white wooden furniture (including a small table and two chairs), a closet, and a coffeemaker. Some rooms have small windows that face the inner corridors of
the building, so be sure to ask for the ones that have large windows and a pool view. The six suites seem inappropriately named, since they are really just two adjoining guest rooms. Most people stay here because of the proximity to the bus station; the palapa restaurant is a good place to relax before a long trip.