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I’m a world traveler, yet rarely do I return home with such fond memories of my stay in a specific establishment. In the case of Copan, Honduras, I have nothing but the highest of praise for the Hacienda San Lucas.
Immediately upon our arrival, we...More
We absolutely loved the Hacienda San Lucas. We felt right at home as Flavia (the owner) met us at the bus station. The hacienda is built around a 100 year old family farm house, beautifully simple and simply beautiful, overlooking the valley where Copan sits...More
we came to Hacienda San Lucas with my boyfriend because we read some excellent reviews here on Trip Advisor. We didn't stay in the rooms, but I must say the food and the "experience" is over rated! Had the most expensive tamale, cheese, and carrott...More
I've stayed here on two different occasions while visiting the area and have never had a single complaint. The owner, Flavia Cueva, is a very caring and sweet lady. She'll do all she can to help you have a wonderful time while staying at her...More
Loved the people and the location. This place is a bit off the beaten path, but it really is quite worth the distance. It is quiet and safe. That is something that is a bit of a problem in Copan. Many of the hotels are...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.