General

Copán’s Bed and Breakfast Inn is housed in an attractive colonial inspired village residence, four blocks from Copán’s Central Park. 10 comfortable rooms in two wings, each with private hot water bath, wood paneled ceiling, ceiling fan, writing desk, night table w/ reading lamp and an oversized picture window which looks out onto a spectacular view of the Copán River Valley, the distant mountains and La Casa de Café’s own lovely tropical garden.

The main house contains a wood paneled ceiling with fans, and a cozy commons area, always available to guests, featuring color T.V. with cable, free wireless internet and an extensive library of books, maps and magazines on culture, travel, archeology, indigenous groups and the environment in Honduras and Central America – all making La Casa de Café a charming and comfortable base from which to explore the magnificent ruins of Copan.\

La Casa de Café was featured in Outside Magazines’ Annual Travel Guide 1997 – 1998 in a feature article entitled; Top Ten Finds….World’s Best Hideaways.

Facilities

  • Bath
  • Bathroom
  • Courtyard
  • Lounges/bars
  • Restaurant
  • Shower
  • Telephone
  • Television
  • Toilet
  • Viewpoint
  • WIFI

Activities

Archeology, Museums, Samll Town Sightseeing, Hirseback Riding, Bird Park, Buterfly Farm, Local Life

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Copan

Copan

Copan hosts the southernmost city of the Maya World, and is known as the Paris of the new world in reference to the carefully detailed tri-dimensional sculptures, the highest artistic achievement of the Maya.  Located on the Western side of Honduras, very near the border with Guatemala. It is only 160 km from San Pedro Sula, which is the main Honduran gateway into Copan.

Nightlife

NightlifePlenty of opportunities for your relaxing night walk are available in Copan. You will find several nice restaurants and bars at walking distance from most hotels, and the town itself is a delight to stroll by. There is even a local artisan brewery where Thomas, an authentic German brew master will pour to you one of the best beers in Central America.

Culture & history

Culture & historyThe Mayan civilization was among the original cultures of the New World and spanned more than 3,000 years. The Mayans lived mainly on the Yucatan Peninsula in the eastern one third of Mesoamerica and at its peak had one of the most densely populated and culturally dynamic societies in the world. Mayan culture is known for its spectacular art, impressive architecture, and sophisticated mathematical and astronomical systems which were all way ahead of their time.
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