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Avenida Copan, Barrio el Centro , 00504 Copán, Honduras – Show map
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Hotel & Hostal Berakah's staff speaks: French, Spanish, English
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Outdoor Pool, Grounds, Terrace
Pool Table, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Massage, Hot Spring Bath, Bicycle Rental
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
No parking available.
Vending Machine (drinks), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Lockers, Shared Lounge/TV Area, Laundry, Daily Housekeeping
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Designated Smoking Area
French, Spanish, English
La Despensa (55yrd)
Asados Copan (27yrd)
Cafe Ixcehl (82yrd)
El Rubi (1,094yrd)
From 2:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to two children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged USD 10 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Offering a spa and wellness centre and a restaurant, Casa Doña Elena B&B is 600 metres from Copán main square and 2 km from Copán Ruins. Free Wi-Fi access is available.
Score from 95 reviews Excellent
Hotel & Spa Copan Colonial is located in central Copan Ruinas, 2 minutes’ walk from the central park. The property features a spa and wellness centre, plus free WiFi access.
Score from 34 reviews Wonderful
Located just 500 metres from Central Park in Copán Ruinas, B&B Casa del Abuelo offers free Wi-Fi and a free shuttle service to the archaeological ruins and Hedman Alas Bus Station.
Score from 19 reviews Good
Hotel & Hostal Yaxkin Copan is located 400 metres from Copan central park and 3 km from the Mayan Ruins. It features a garden, a furnished terrace and a free Wi-Fi throughout.
Score from 35 reviews Good
Staff was very helpful and friendly. Only a very simple 10 minute walk to the ruins. Free lockers available.
Beds are hard, only a very thin sheet for a blanket. I slept under my jacket.
Got a double room for a dorm cause of overbooking. But everything else was good too. Nice terrace and little garden, quiet but central location and a lovely chambermaid
No trampoline available :)
Nice communal area on the second floor. Overlooking the mountains and with hammocks and small kitchen. Rooms are decorated with taste. Beds are comfy!
I like everything about the hostal. The staff, facilities and location are perfect and their rates are the lowest in town.
Unfair exchange rate: price of services converted from dollars to lempiras and then back to dollars using different rates on the same transaction!!
great hotel with nice people, nice areas to rest or meet other people.
Awesome location, great balcony. Staff friendly and helpful. Nice clean room with comfortable bed!
Scary heater for hot water in the shower smoked when turned on high. Worked ok on low, but still kind of worrisome!
I booked a bed within a dorm room. Luckily, I was the only one on that room until the next day that another traveller check-in. Place is very clean, they have table pool on the house and garden is also great. The bathroom on my room is big and clean and I only paid $11 for 2 nights.
I was never able to use the Wifi. First day, no WIFI at all, the next day I was able to connect but no internet connection.
Very well located, just a short walk from the central plaza. Very good value for money and a lovely terrace to relax on up top
The bedrooms had recently been painted and had very strong paint smells. This was only a very minor problem. Otherwise, great!
Good place for unpretending travellers with nice terasse and possibility to cook.
Host was really nice to us, hostel has a chill vibe as it should be, since Its a Hostel, everything was just perfect.
I loved everything about this hotel (I will call it a hotel as I stayed in a private room with a private bathroom). From the very first minute I felt welcomed, the girls were smiling, helped me carry my extremely heavy bag upstairs. they accommodated payment- I paid in cash in dollars, they gave me change in dollars. The room was PERFECTLY! clean, the colors of the room and the painting and the colors of the bed linen were beautiful and cheerful. The terrace was very pretty. You can get water refill in your bottle for just 5 Lempira (around 25 cents), otherwise, you drink water for free. There is a small collection of books in case you want to read. The staff helped me with everything: restaurant advice- an they would ask what I preferred: local or international, cheaper or upscale and based on it give advice and directions. If you need tickets for a bus, they can do it for you. And everything is done with a cheerful smile and lovely chat! I was a bit scared of staying in a hostel, but I am so happy now that I did it!
As I said, I loved everything! But if you are not a backpacker and prefer more comfortable travel, like me, the following things might bother you: 1. the bathroom is a little bit small, from time to time, there was a bit of a problem to flush a toilet- I fixed it myself :-), I am sure if you ask the staff, they will help you. 2. My room was on the second floor, next to the backpacker room, terrace and facilities, so it might be a bit noisy in the evenings. But I was really amazed how respectful and quiet all visitors were! The noise was basically from walking and opening the doors and running water. For the sleep, I had my eye mask and earplugs and I slept perfectly well. 3. As everything is located close to each other, you might think that you do not have enough privacy and there was not much sound insolation. But again, for the price you pay and the attitude and the lovely town of Copan- I am really happy that I did not overpay for a fancy hotel. Oh, and water was not hot, but it was warmer than just warm, so it was very comfortable to take a shower! :-) My problem was only that I usually have contrast showers, but this one did not have cold water :-).
Staff was helpful, everything was clean, really close from everything, free water
No hot shower but it was not that annoying as it was hot outside
they make the extra effort to have staff to prepare 5:20am breakfast, what an incredible service. overall, very happy about the stay for the price charged.
Close to the main square in a quiet street. The hostal was recently renovated and the colors of the walls are very nice. The hostal is locay owned.
No sink in the kitchen; to wash the plates and to get water, you have to go downstairs. The typical hostal-vibe is missing (no beer drinking with other backpackers on the balcony).
The staff were very friendly and the place has a homely feel to it. The location is within walking distance of the centre.
The staff were very friendly and helpful, it was nice to chat with them. The room and location were clean, and there was a nice kitchen! It was very quiet because it wasn't downtown with all the partiers, and there was a nice balcony with space to hang out and meet other travelers. There is wifi, but there was some trouble with the connection so one night it was out of commission.
When I arrived, I wasn't told when I checked in that the water was off in the town. They waited until I noticed, then sent me to their other hotel up the road, which had a water tank so I could still shower etc. If you stay at Berakah you need to walk up the hill to shower if/when water is off in Copan Ruins. This second location had a separate name but had overflow from Hostel Berakah. They still organized stuff for us, but the location itself had no staff, and it was pretty far up the hill from the main "downtown" area where the main hostel is. There are roosters behind the place, if the crowing bothers you.
Excellent Lockers, tours and transfers
Our bus to copan ruinas was delayed so didn't make it to the hostel on the night of our booking. We rang the hostel to explain our situation but they still charged us the full amount for our room.
The terrace for breakfast is wonderful. Nice an open and comfortable. The manager is very nice, too.
Two of the guests were snobs. lol.
A very nice place, close to the ruins. Family atmosphere. Staff very helpful. Good lockers and wi-fi.
It seems that there is only one common bathroom on the second floor. Kitchen facilities very basic.
The staff is very friendly and useful. After the visit of the Copan Ruine, I prefer staying on the charming balcony to write the diary and enjoy the streets view with one beer.
The staff (fernando) was amazing. Very accomodating with everything! We arrived very late and still helped to find us food after a very long bus ride and even gave me a limpira cash exchange right from his wallet since we hadnt even stopped at an atm. The balcony is a tranquil and perfect spot to relax, with an unbelievable view! I would definitely reccomend this hostel. Especially for the value. It is also extremely close to everything and walking distance to the ruins main gates!
The windows are louvered and can hear the lobby traffic a little too loudly
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