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Copan Ruinas is a beautiful, safe bubble within Honduras. All cobbled stone paths and winding hills, similar to Antigua in Guatemala. A few tourist bars dotted around the place and lots of wonderful little cafes to drink away your days.

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There are a lot of options of places to stay, but when a town has so much personality you want to stay in a hotel that matches that, so I did just that in the Hotel Colonial there.

The hotel is a throwback to the Spanish colonial times, pastel coloured walls, winding steps and a gorgeous roof top terrace complete with 2 of the laziest hammocks you can imagine.

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The rooms are huge (air-con, wifi) and the showers belt out hot water all day long (not a given in Honduras!). It’s slap, bang in the middle of the town and just a 20 minute walk from the Copan ruins.

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The service isn’t great, but that’s not the end of the world when the personality of the building shines through. And, disappointingly, the breakfast was really average, I left most of it. But all is not lost, with all the cafes outside you can take a quick walk, like I did, and sit in a café for the morning munching down on as much breakfast as you can handle.

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Hotel Colonial was an awesome place for me to spending my 2 nights/1 day in Copan and if they sorted out that breakfast, I’d say it’d be just about perfect. Happy travels!

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