Because great minds think alike (and often have similar questions!).
Making a Reservation or Booking
While you’re always welcome to call or e-mail us, it’s much easier and faster to use our nifty online availability + booking system. To look for rooms & beds, click here.
You can make a reservation online, securely, right here on our website with a credit or debit card by visiting our booking page (click here).
We’d love to host you and it’s entirely possible we still have something available. Send us an e-mail as things can change frequently.
Yes, all of our prices are tax-inclusive, meaning we don’t add any tax on top.
As soon as you complete your reservation and make a deposit online, our online booking system will send you a confirmation e-mail with your booking invoice attached.
In order to confirm your reservation, we ask for a deposit of 50% up-front. If your booking is within 24 hours, we ask for full payment (100%) of your reservation’s total. We ask for this in order to keep things fair for everyone and help keep our prices low.
You won’t need air conditioning at D&D. We are located 650 meters (around 2150 feet) above sea level, meaning the temperature is extremely pleasant at night. In fact, most of our guests find themselves using a blanket by the time they wake up. All rooms do have fans just in case, though.
We have free WiFi available in the restaurant and common area, including the firepit. There is no password.
Yes, there are ATMs that accept Visa and Mastercard located in towns near D&D.
We accept Honduran Lempiras, US Dollars, and all major credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express).
That’s a negative, ghostrider. We’d love to help you out but we have no way of converting those notes into Honduran currency. Sorry!
Arriving & Departing
1. We have detailed instructions at D&D on how to do this. For seasoned travelers, it really isn’t hard. We promise.
2. You can also take a shuttle. It’s a lot more expensive but it does take you straight to Leon!
Approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes.
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