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First of all, the hospitality at Hacienda San Lucas is second to none; the hosts are uniformly warm, helpful, and entertaining. Flavia, for whom the hacienda, is her historic home, is a delight. Likewise, the same is true for Argie. The staff--although few speak English--is...More
The Hacienda is located in the hills above Copan Ruinas village. The are several long bumpy dirt roads to handle before you get there, but the effort is well worth it. The main building of the Hacienda is original and charming in every way. The...More
My wife and I have visited San Lucas twice, it is one of the most relaxing, welcoming and enchanting places anyone could ever visit! Authentic hosts, authentic food and authentic culture! Doña Flavia, Argui and the all the staff is extremely helpful! Would highly recommend...More
We just returned from a trip to Honduras and four nights at the Hacienda San Lucas, and I cannot imagine a better place to stay when visiting the area of Copan. The Hacienda sits above the small city of Copan and the Mayan ruins. The...More
I visited a highschool friend from many years ago.....while on a visit to Copan...we went to Hacienda San Lucas to watch the wonderful sunset, another little tidbit about San Lucas! We had the greatest dinner I have had in many years, and yes, I had...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.