Hotel Marina Copan
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Marina Copan
This is a gorgeous hotel--romantic nooks and crannies scattered on each floor provide beauty and seclusion. The front desk staff is extremely friendly and speaks excellent English; they will help you plan trips as well as call trusted cabs for you. Also, don't miss the great views from the rooftop balcony! Worth it in every way!
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... room and per night, which we considered to be great value for money.
The rest of the day was very relaxed. We went out for lunch to a place called Bon Appetit next to Don Moises Hotel. They had tasty and big dishes for HNL 60, empanadas for HNL 10 and baleadas (the typical Honduran meal) for HNL 15.
After eating we just wandered around the city, passing by the small central market where you can get small meals for HNL 40. We also went to a very useful ...
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I woke up this morning with ...
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