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Posada del Hidalgo is a beautiful colonial mansion. This attractive structure was built in 1890 by Don Rafael Almada, a wealthy and influential "alcalde" (mayor) who spent five years and 100,000 gold pesos on its construction. The wooden trim was made from 285 Canadian red pine beams. Don Rafael's mansion was the largest and most beautiful in El Fuerte. It was built just below the old fort, and has four layers of brick and adobe construction. The iron work was brought from Mazatlan.
All reviews copper canyon beautiful hotel quaint city spanish architecture the hotel's restaurant bar and restaurant staff stayed here for one night inner courtyard great margaritas spacious room pesos per person swimming pool train station open air shrimp zorro mexico
What a beautiful spot in a quaint city. We had just gotten off the train from Copper Canyon and this was a delightful surprise. We had river Langosinto for dinner, had a spacious room and sat by the pool for breakfast. What a beautiful place...More
Quaint, beautiful, Hotel that was also electric, eclectic and fun! El Toro himself makes an appearance in the dining room that is full of light and ambiance for a special event, or a romantic one! The bats in the courtyard make a special appearance depending...More
Stayed there one night and thoroughly enjoyed. One of the best hotels on the Chepe trip we made. Big,spacious rooms surrounded by extraordinary grounds. The main buildings are full of historic paraphenalia well worth seeing and even reading the captions. Food in the restaurant was...More
We arrived late - around 9:45-10 PM - by van after flying in to Los Mochis. We didn't know if they would be serving dinner, but, fortunately for us, the El Chepe train was very late, thus the restaurant was opened late. Ate at the...More
I was traveling with a friend, we stayed a night to take el Chepe in the morning. We arrived at 8pm, reception was fast, the room was spacious but air conditioning was insufficient. It was HOT, and it never reached a good temperature. Beds are...More
As long as you stay there, you can park your vehicle in their very small lot behind the hotel that they lock-up at night. Therefore, your vehicle needs to be very small and compact otherwise, it won't fit! We have a large... More
As long as you stay there, you can park your vehicle in their very small lot behind the hotel that they lock-up at night. Therefore, your vehicle needs to be very small and compact otherwise, it won't fit! We have a large F150 extended cab pick-up truck, so we rented a small caR so that we could park there and off to The Copper Canyon we went on El Chepe for 6 days! Good luck!
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Yes to both questions. We stayed in two different rooms. A more expensive and larger room before taking the train and a smaller, less expensive room upon our return. Both had two beds and walk in showers. Please note... More
Yes to both questions. We stayed in two different rooms. A more expensive and larger room before taking the train and a smaller, less expensive room upon our return. Both had two beds and walk in showers. Please note however it is a fairly steep walk on an incline to go from the street up the reception area-bar-dining room. This is a really nice hotel and I strongly recommend it.
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"ask for a quiet room away from the crowds and street noise if the hotel is full"