Welcome to Hotel Mar Jenny, your Copan Ruinas “home away from home.” Hotel Mar Jenny aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Hotel Mar Jenny offer air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including room service, a concierge, and a gift shop. Guests of Hotel Mar Jenny are also welcome to enjoy a pool, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, a parking garage is available.
While in Copan Ruinas, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hotel Mar Jenny, including Sol de Copan (0.0 mi), La Llama del Bosque (0.1 mi), and Cafe San Rafael (0.2 mi).
If you are interested in exploring Copan Ruinas, check out a historic site, such as Sepulturas.
Hotel Mar Jenny puts the best of Copan Ruinas at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Paid $15 cash, a night with breakfast for a fan room with free wifi and TV. Good central yet quiet location with basic swimming pool (undercover and no sunbeds) Hotel cost considerably more online so just turn up on arrival - they have a lot of rooms and had plenty of availability just after Christmas at this price! you can easily walk to Copan ruins (approx 20-25 minutes walk) or get a tuk tuk from here. Central square 5 minutes walk. Rooms are a bit dated but shower was hot and powerful, bed was comfy and everything worked and was clean. If Posada Belssy is available I agree for the price this is about best option/value in town. However Posada del Belssy had overbooked when I arrived, so was turned away although had booked with them in advance so be aware of this...
Nice and clean hotel with pool, and veru tasty restaurandt. Rooms are afordable but not budget. Good location near to the central park in a quiet area. Rooms with fan are enough to avoid mosquitos. :)
I arrived in Copan Ruinas directly from Guatemala City where not so many people spoke or understood English (I do not speak Spanish at all), so one can imagine my pleasant surprise when I heard a Mar Jenny receptionist speaking GOOD English. He was not the only one: his colleagues and the owner, Don Saul, could fluently communicate in English. Moreover, Don Saul, his son and other people from the hotel staff have managed to create a comfortable family atmosphere. They all are pleasant interlocutors, and they are ready to help and to give an advice, when needed. Not to mention hotel amenities alone (clean room on the second floor with a pool just outside it, hot water, air conditioner), everything taken together made me feel positive. If someone wishes to enjoy not only the picturesque town itself and the famous Mayan ruins nearby, Mar Jenny is the right place.…
If you need a place to stay overnight when visiting the Maya ruins at Copán, this is a good one. Simple but comfortable and available at a reasonable price. Not much on frills, but little café offers good local breakfast cheap. Easy walking distance to restaurants and other attractions downtown, including Maya museum where you can buy your tickets to the archaeological site as well. Hotel is family run and the staff is friendly and helpful. The hotel has a pool and there were people having a good time in it when I got there, but it is one of the stranger pools I've ever seen. Let's just say I'd stay there again but it's not the pool that would attract me.
The location, the accommodation, and the overall experience was great. The Mar Jenny has everything you would ever need. It's a family-owned business, and they will do whatever they can to make sure your visit to Copan is excellent. They treated us like family. What more could you ask for?
This Hotel meets everyone's budget, it is a family run and the owners are awesome tour guides, we did several tours with Don Saul and his son Saul. We stayed on the second floor, rooms are very clean and spacious. On the roof has a little relaxation areas with hammocks and great view that over looks the town. It has a small pool on the second floor, Right outside the rooms. Great just for a afternoon dip. Every thing is is walking distance from hotel. This Hotel is a great place to stay with friends and family and makes you feel at home.
We were brought here by a Mototaxi driver when we were looking at options... more about him later. This is hotel is located three or four blocks from the central square. We looked at several rooms before deciding on a corner room on the second floor that offered us our own semi-private sitting area and and two walls with windows. The rooms are not big, but they are comfortable. They were very clean and the washrooms fine too. We had hot water as well and could have paid more for A/C if we wanted it, but not needed. The hotel itself is nice, rooms open to a central open court area. There is a pool and a couple of nice sitting areas on the third level. Wifi was really fast and a available from our room. When we were there, there could not have been more than two other rooms occupied so the place was really quiet. We really enjoyed this place and although basic, for the price it was probably one of the best we had stayed in for the price range. Breakfast was also included in the price and consisted of the typical Honduran breakfast with ok coffee. The person who brought us to the hotel is named Darwin, this man is no good. He is very pushy and tries to make you feel bad if you purchase any tours from anyone but him. He gets a commission for bringing people to attractions and hotels. Avoid him... he put us in a very awkward position over a horse riding tour we hired through a different person. He yelled at the person (our guide) when the guide arrived to pick us up. This was after he told us that our guide was really shady, likely high on drugs and not likely to show up and that we would not be happy with the trip... furthest from the truth, the guide, Luis, was fantastic. We purposefully avoided Darwin from that point forward and would not book tours through the hotel because Darwin would be involved. If not for Darwin, this hotel would been awarded 5 stars from us.…
We spend one night in Copan and stayed at Mar Jenny. I check price of all hotels in the area and this seemed to be the best value for us. $35 a night - breakfast included, wifi, pool, private parking. Rooms are small but the one we were in had 2 full sizes beds. A/C worked great, TV's are small but sufficient, our 5 year old had no complaints and had disney JR. I found the hotel very charming. Pool was right outside of our room. It was small but nice and good for a quick dip. The have a third leaves with hammocks were you can relax as well. Everything is close - we drove her but left our car at the hotel and took mototaxi's everywhere. Anywhere you want to go is 10 lps per person (less than .50). This is a nice convenient hotel for travel who want to see the sight, are on a budget but still need some extra amenities. I would stay here again. …
Was approached by a guy straight out the bus. We were weary at first, but finally his insistence to show us the room won over and satisfied with it, we took it. 15USD for a double with private bathroom and hot water, a pool and a good location just a couple blocks away from Parque Central made this a pretty good deal. Added bonuses were the rooftop chillout area and the German bar Sol de Copan right next door.
A last minute stay here due to travel issues. staff we friendly and accommodating. You pay for what you get. Room was simple and clean but very dated but when all you need is a place to stick your head for a few hours it ticks the boxes. We loved the roof terrace and spent hours lounging in the hammocks. the place also has a pool but looked a little murky when we were there - there had been lots of kids playing in it