A glimpse of the terracota roof, whitewashed walls and wrought-iron balconies of Terramaya, and you know you've arrived to the charming village of Copan, with it's hilly cobblestone streets and warm, hospitable people, to the heart of the Copan River Valley and its magical ruins, to the six comfortable rooms that offer guests an atmosphere of unmatched style and service. Terramaya is located on the town´s most picturesque street, with spectacular views of the UNESCO World Heritage Ruins and the Copan Valley, and just two and a half blocks from the Central Park, the heart and soul of village life.
Standard Rooms #1 & #2 are located on the first floor and each consists of one full bed, 22" flat panel TV, DVD, walk in shower and private garden with hammock.
Standard Room #3 & #4 are located on the second floor, and feature 21' Cathedral Celling, each room is equipped with one queen bed, walk in shower, 32" flat panel TV, DVD and private balcony with village view.
Standard Room #5 is located on the second floor, and features a 21' Cathedral Celling, one queen bed, walk in shower, 32" flat panel TV, DVD, private spacious terrace with hammock overlooking the garden and a panoramic view of the archeological park and Copan River Valley.
Standard Room #6 is also on the second floor and features a 21' Cathedral Celling, one queen bed, sofa bed, walk in shower & jetted tub, 32" flat panel TV, DVD, private spacious terrace with hammock and an impressive view of the archeological park, Copan River Valley and garden.
Full breakfast is served in the garden or on the terrace. Fresh homemade bread, granola, tropical juices, teas (including herbal teas from the garden), fresh roasted locally sourced organic coffee and fruit are featured. Main dishes include; vegetarian omelette, waffles, huevos rancheros, pancakes, banana crepes, french toast & maya quiche. All fruits & vegetables are purchased in the village market, where freshness is a given.
Massages are offered in the Indigo Patio Pavilion. Surrounded by tropical foliage and flowing white curtains, it's a shady garden hideaway.
Six attractive rooms are intimate and inviting and the hotel's terrace and gardens are the perfect places to enjoy a leisurely breakfast or curl up with a good book. A well stocked library allows you to brush up on your Spanish grammar or Maya archeology while you enjoy a cold Honduran beer, a smooth cup of freshly ground coffee or simply take in the breathtaking vistas from the tropical garden.