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The service in this hotel was very good. We stayed 4 nights. It's definitely not the height of modern convenience, but it is clean, very well located and the staff was friendly and helpful. They have free wi-fi and the adjacent restsaurant, Bistrola, was excellent....More
Friendly staff, GREAT location, charming courtyard. Room are big and quiet, and clean. Beds are on the firm side, but not unbearable. Attached restaurant has good food, drinks always available, but need to watch food hours.
I just love everything about this hotel. It is in a perfect location right off the main square in a beautiful colonial building. We were a family of three traveling and booked a room with two full beds. When we walked in the room, I...More
Only stayed one night. It was a very clean and safe hotel, in a fantastic location. Within walking distance to major tourist attractions. Although, the curtains didn't block out the rising sun. Had a great time at the bar downstairs, enjoyed the live music.
This hotel it's very comfortable and nice, small but have all the necessary if you will be out all day in Mérida.
Has a good location and it's near all the services that you need in your trip.
Rooms and areas very clean. Definitely we...More
See answers provided below. If the questions raised are a major concern I suggest rethinking. This is a lovely, comfortable, clean and friendly hotel with all the character of a renovated Mexican mansion. It's not a Ritz or... More
See answers provided below. If the questions raised are a major concern I suggest rethinking. This is a lovely, comfortable, clean and friendly hotel with all the character of a renovated Mexican mansion. It's not a Ritz or a Four Seasons, but we'd certainly return. Also, the location is unbeatable and noise was not an issue in our corner room in an upper floor.
We did not pay to have breakfast included, and I'm glad! We ate at the hotel restaurant the first day, but found lots of better and less expensive places nearby. Our favorite was Cafeteria Pop which had better coffee and a... More
We did not pay to have breakfast included, and I'm glad! We ate at the hotel restaurant the first day, but found lots of better and less expensive places nearby. Our favorite was Cafeteria Pop which had better coffee and a full egg breakfast (like huevos rancheros, for example) with juice or fruit, coffee, and toast for just around 50 pesos (less than $3). Another good place was right across the street Gourmet Cafe Molina, I think it was-- it seems like it's a chain however. Nevertheless, the coffee was better there, too. The mole enchiladas were very tasty. Avoid at all costs the Cuban place on the corner of Calle 55 and Calle 62--worst coffee ever! They have a huge roaster going in the window, but that's just for show. The coffee tasted like Nescafé, the glasses were filthy, and the service was snarky. Many places within a block or two offer specials for breakfast, so it's easy to go out and try different restaurants each day.