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I have been visiting the Mayan ruins of Copan since the 1960's, and have stayed in many hotels. What I like about the Hotel Los Jaguares is its central location: directly on the main plaza and one block from the museum.

The hotel is clean, the people who stayed are other travelers (no drug dealers or criminals). Nowadays in Central America you have to be careful who else is in the same hotel.

hotel Los Jaguares maya-archaeology

The room cost is moderate: this is not a super cheap place for backpack travelers who want to be in a dorm. The rooms here have private bath and hot water.

There is no hotel restaurant but in Copan village there are restaurants everywhere nearby.

I am content with my stay here; we were in the hotel about three days. I would stay here again and recommend it to others.

Contact Information

Telephone: 651.4451
Fax: 651.4075
Email: jaguares@copanhonduras.org

 

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