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We spent a week here in March and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The setting is gorgeous. A covered dining area looks over the valley into the the town of Copan Ruinas. Feeding platforms attract scarlet macaws and magpie jays, and motmots were everywhere. The setting...More
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Response from HaciendaSanLucas, Owner at Hotel Hacienda San LucasResponded 4 days ago
So happy that you enjoyed your visit to San Lucas. Although unable to meet and greet personally each of our visitors these days, I am always happy to be able to thank you for the lovely post trusting you now know you have...More
After much travelling this was a very welcome place to relax. The owner and staff know how to make you feel welcome.
It was initially a steep, bumpy drive up the hill but honestly, for me, this only served to make me feel I was...More
Response from HaciendaSanLucas, Owner at Hotel Hacienda San LucasResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for your lovely post. I’m am delighted you felt at home and comfortable. It has truly been and continues to be a labor of love always appreciated by special travelers like yourselves. I do hope you are able to return to visit us....More
Creating a timeless atmosphere, the Hacienda delivers a special experience in Copan. Family-run by caring owners, the tranquility will touch you first, followed by excellent food (splurge for the dinner) and pleasant and clean rooms...all very much as described by other reviewers. If you are...More
With just two nights in Copan we stayed here for one night and had to move the second night. Our experience from arrival was exceptional. This place is amazing if you enjoy tranquility, hiking, birds, attentive staff, yoga, fantastic views, western quality accommodations or good...More
After touring the impressive Mayan ruins of Copan (and worthwhile museum) with our theatrical guide, Julio, we enjoyed a craft beer (and commentary by the German brewmaster) at Sol de Copan in town. In order to secure a good vantage point for sunset, we then...More
Very humid, in can run up to 90% during this time of year. It will rain everyday but it is monsoon season. The rains are usually mild but they can be frog chokers. Shorts, t-shirt, hat, good boots and a pancho is all you... More
Very humid, in can run up to 90% during this time of year. It will rain everyday but it is monsoon season. The rains are usually mild but they can be frog chokers. Shorts, t-shirt, hat, good boots and a pancho is all you need as well as some water. Definitely bring water wherever you go. Despite the humidity it is easy to dehydrate.