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It is embarrassing to be writing this review 17 years after we first discovered Hacienda San Lucas. It immediately became home, escape, sanctuary, space of enchantment in my heart. The dreamer who turned her family's 100 year old hacienda into an ecolodge that communicates excellence...More
The Hacienda is a great place to spend a couple of days when visiting Copán for the Maya ruins.
The road to the hacienda is unpaved and I would not like to have to drive it during rainy season. Fortunately, it is not far from...More
A friend arranged for us to spend our 20th anniversary dining at Hacienda San Lucas. The drive up the mountain was an adventure, and the arrival was magical. We arrived just at sunset, with a spectacular view of the Mayan ruins in the valley below...More
the place is marvellous, a little outside the city it gives you a great view over the area and you are able to see a lot of birds. also it is very well maintained. the rooms are very clean and the wifi works well. also...More
Definitely the best place to relax, we visit the hotel with my family and we had a great time, it has a big green area that as you walk through to see all the city, has an espectacular view and is very relaxing! The rooms...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.