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We (two couples), needed a place to relax at the end of our trip through Colonial Mexico. The descriptions and the price of the hotel sounded almost too good to be true. A five star resort for under $80 per night. The room itself was...More
Spacious rooms with balcony. Our first location did not have a great view; we requested and got another room with an excellent view. Service was excellent and food was wonderful. Shuttle bus was an asset.
This hotel does have its charm, but they are missing the mark in a few places.
Very friendly and competent staff, 2 restaurants on site with good food (though the service was extremely slow one night - and the Cornish hen came out as 3...More
I cannot wait to return. It is a distance from city centre. That became an advantage---causing me to slow down and enjoy the incredible view. The staff was friendly---treating me like a king. One one the best travel experiences.
At first, we were impressed with this hotel. It's in a great location, the atmosphere was inticing, and our room was spacey and comfortable. We stayed in the room for over a week. After about the third day we had problems with the plumbing. When...More
US$49 - US$118 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from martydavis55 | Reviewed this property |
I'm not sure when it was built that we stayed there in around 1980. The President of Mexico was staying there then too. It's still pretty darn nice. the rooms are about like $100 a night Motel in the United States but much... More
I'm not sure when it was built that we stayed there in around 1980. The President of Mexico was staying there then too. It's still pretty darn nice. the rooms are about like $100 a night Motel in the United States but much much bigger. I think we got about a $42 rate. we were still very very impressed.
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"Ask for a room near the pool or with a view (odd numbered had better views in the 700 building)"