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Reviewed 11 September 2017 via mobile

Situated about 100m from the main square, this basic hotel is well located for wandering around Copan town and also the ruins which are a quarter hour walk away. The rooms are nothing special and quite dated and are arranged over 3 floors around a courtyard. There are odd venetian blind style windows to allow ventilation but a couple of panes were missing on ours which meant it was quite noisy. Curtains not particularly good at their job. Free filtered water however.

Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank Roan F
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Reviewed 27 August 2017

This place didn't really stand out on my 5-week tour through Central America. It was in a good location to walk to the ruins and the town square was literally seconds away. For us, it served as a place to sleep more than anything else as we were out all day at the ruins and the lunar hot springs. The rooms seemed clean and the beds were big, however, the walls are thin and you can hear most things from the main car parking area and the rest of the goings on in the hotel. This wasn't too much of a problem, but it was just okay.

  • Stayed: August 2017, travelled with friends
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Thank kate_rist
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Reviewed 4 July 2017 via mobile

The hotel was economical, clean, and centralized for a visit to the ruins. Clean, spacious court, near ATM, pharmacy, restaurants. No air conditioner, room was stuffy and hot with a slow moving fan. TV had poor recepción and WiFi not functional. It met out most basic needs for at last minute accommodation.

Stayed: July 2017, travelled with friends
Thank R P
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Reviewed 30 April 2017 via mobile

We spent two nights in this hotel and it felt safe. There is not a safe in your room but you can ask to get your passports saved in the reception's safe.
The room we had was a double on the ground floor. It was a bit small but comfortable. There was a Tv and a fan.
The hotel has a nice roof terrace.
It is walking distance from the Copan ruins (around 30 minutes walk) and 4 minutes from the central square.

Stayed: April 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank Lara S
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Reviewed 8 April 2017 via mobile

Noise, noise, and more noise. The funny part is when we took the room we were told it was one of the quiet rooms. The family lives at the hotel and you can here them, their tv, and their yappy dog (who likes to start rather early in the morning). This may have been manageable except that we were kept up until 4am with exceptionally loud voices and doors opening and slamming shut. It was relentless and even with the window closed and earplugs we still didn't sleep. The noise from the family and the goings on of the hotel commence at 6am, so we got a 2 hour nap. Also, the room could be cleaner-we had some cobwebs and a lot of dust. The other issue is the lack of staff presence, despite people living there. They own the hotel across the street too and are always over there instead. Most of the staff aren't too friendly. There is one lovely gentleman who is very sweet and helpful, but he is it. We actually got a lot of help and arrangements made through Brekah Hostel a half a block down the road. Probably should have stayed there too.

Stayed: April 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank Tammy2124
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