10 Boutique Hotels Situated on Coffee Farms Around the World

Sleep at a coffee farm and wake up to the freshest cup.

Finca Lérida (Panama) 

In Panama’s world-famous coffee-growing region of Boquete, this century-old farm is dedicated to the art and science of coffee. In the lands known for growing the highest quality Panama Geisha beans, Finca Lerida offers 6 cozy suites with fireplaces and jacuzzi tubs with an on-site restaurant, café, tours, and tastings that all celebrate their dedication to coffee.

Hotel La Palma y el Tucán (Colombia) 

Just two hours from Bogotá in Zipacón, La Palma y el Tucán has ten private modern cabins built in the middle of the lush forest. Their coffee experiences include a guided tour of the farm and the chance to see the coffee cherries on the drying beds, as well as coffee brewing demos and tastings. They also offer massages, bird watching, guided nature walks, and mountain biking.

Hacienda Venecia (Colombia)

This working coffee farm in the mountains above Manizales is surrounded by tropical vistas and pristine water springs. Their 100-year-old Bahareque architectural buildings offer accommodations with balconies and hammocks, with 5 rooms in the Main House and three in the Coffee Lodge. This idyllic location is a haven for bird watchers, with home to more than 260 species in the area. They offer private and group coffee tours and classes, as well as rum-making and artisan chocolate workshops.

Finca Rosa Blanca (Costa Rica) 

With a focus on sustainability, Finca Rosa Blanca is an organic coffee farm and luxury inn set in the lush coffee highlands near San José. In a dramatically artistic house filled with mosaics and murals, their 14 villas and suites feature vibrant art and handcrafted furniture. In addition to an organic coffee farm tour and tastings of their award-winning coffee, visitors can take art and culture tours, visit the nearby volcanoes, or go bird-watching, river rafting, and ziplining.

Hacienda AltaGracia (Costa Rica) 

This all-inclusive Auberge resort spans 180 acres across the Talamanca foothills south of San José. Their 50 luxury accommodations are nestled into pockets of lush rainforest and working coffee farms. The resort features several water experiences, a spa, and a wide range of excursions. For coffee enthusiasts, their in-house coffee bar, Mercado, is helmed by head barista and coffee scientist Fabiola Rojas, who showcases the best coffees in the region.

Arusha Coffee Lodge (Tanzania)

At one of the largest coffee plantations in Tanzania, the Arusha Coffee Lodge sits below Mount Meru. Their 30 suites and rooms surround the main house with a restaurant, café bistro, lounge, and central fireplace. Guests can explore Traders Walk, where they showcase local food in their 5 cafes and gift shops. The Coffee Estate Tour follows the cycle of a coffee bean from seed to cup, and they also offer excursions, including day trips to Arusha National Park and Ngorongoro Crater.

Gibbs Farm (Tanzania)

Near the Ngorongoro Crater, this 80-acre organic family-run coffee plantation is the oldest guest house in Northern Tanzania. For accommodations, they have 2 homes and 17 cottages with a focus on traditional East African hospitality. Visitors can join in on morning baking classes. With 20 acres of Arabica coffee planted throughout the property, they offer tours of their coffee roasting, processing, and packing. Gibbs Farm also plans full and half-day safaris and elephant cave walks.

Aregash Lodge in Yirga Alem (Ethiopia)

Built in the style of a Sidama village, this lodge is surrounded by a forest filled with over 100 species of animals and birds. On its 11 acres of land, the Aregash Lodge has ten round bamboo tukul structures. It offers a number of coffee-based activities, including a traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony. The restaurant serves traditional Ethiopian food alongside items with Italian influence, with fruit and vegetables harvested from its garden.

Holualoa Inn (Hawaii)

The Holualoa Inn sits on a 30-acre property overlooking the idyllic Kona coastline on the Big Island. Choose one of their eight accommodations from the Coffee Cherry Room with a private hot tub to the Gardenia Suite with its own lanai. Breakfast is served with their own Brazen Hazen Coffee. Guests have the opportunity to learn more about coffee history and walk the lands of the Uchida Coffee farm with the Kona Historical Society.

Finca Hamburgo (Mexico)

This mountaintop farm In Chiapas merges Mexican life and culture with German influences. Each of their three cabins has two standard rooms and a suite. They offer coffee tour experiences that range from touring their museum and production facilities to learning about roasting and coffee extraction. Perleberg Restaurant offers typical German dishes such as sausages, breads, plinsen, and spaetzle, mixed with regional dishes, while their coffee shop serves their own coffee made with a variety of expert brewing methods.

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