Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Tequila does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Casa Dulce Maria, a nice option for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a refrigerator and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Casa Dulce Maria Hotel features 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a restaurant. If you are driving to Casa Dulce Maria Hotel, there is free private parking available nearby.
Nearby landmarks such as Tequila La Alborada (0.3 km) and Jardines de Leonora Carrington (0.5 km) make Casa Dulce Maria a great place to stay when visiting Tequila.
While in Tequila, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Casa Dulce Maria, including La Antigua Casona (0.3 km), Cholula La Fonda (0.3 km), and Pizzas Pizzets (0.2 km).
Should time allow, Parroquia Santiago Apostol, Plaza Principal Tequila Jalisco, and Museo Los Abuelos Familia Sauza are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Casa Dulce Maria puts the best of Tequila at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
I've stayed here many times and have referred friends too. Casa Dulce Maria is located in the center of town and yet, I've always had a quiet night of sleep. Just steps from the city center, literally you are in the middle of everything, but it all melts away when you enter the hotel and its classic Mexican architecture. The rooms are not huge, but they have everything you need, including plenty of hot water and pressure in the shower. There's no pool, no room service and no concierge. But if you are going to Tequila for a visit, book a room here, spend the night and after sampling lots of late night tequila and tacos, walk to your room, sleep well and wake up ready for a new days adventure.
We only stayed for one night, so we cannot say how this hotel compares with others in town. There are a lot of hotels in Tequila. This hotel looked really nice from the pictures on booking.com and at first sight the common areas when entering also looked nice. But, the rooms were so much smaller than expected, a bit smelly and service was very sleepy and didn't seem so willing to help. Might have been that neither of us speak any spanish so it was quite tricky to communicate. There was also supposed to be breakfast at this hotel and they also had a menu, but when asking for breakfast we eventually understood that there would be no breakfast. So, being used to the very friendly Mexican way, our stay in this hotel was a bit disapointing.
I stayed here overnight with some girlfriends and since we only spent one night in Tequila I cannot honestly say how this hotel compares with others in the area. The courtyard was quaint and charming and all the rooms surround it. This means that all your windows need to be closed up tight if you want any privacy or quiet. Since it is also the only common area, it can be quite loud. The rooms all smelled very musty and the AC had to be cranked for quite awhile to make the smell anywhere near bearable. All our of bathrooms had black mold growing on the ceilings. This was my biggest concern, Im not sure I would have stayed here at all if it was more than one night. There was plenty of hot water and the pressure was good but my drain was really slow so I had to be really quick or it would flood the bathroom. (I stayed in the Dona Maria room and my girlfriend was right accross the courtyard from me, my bathroom was dotted with mold, hers was much worse)…
We arrived to Tequila after traveling to much smaller towns in Jalisco, therefore this being the most tourist oriented tradition town, our expectations were a bit higher. The hotel is very well located and that is all the positive that I will agree to give this place. The first room we were taken to reeked humidity and lack of fresh air, the receptionist agreed that it smelled terrible and moved us. Second room was still dark and had no ventilation but most importantly the lock was broken and unable to secure the door. Third and last (as they said it was the only left available) was right across from the main entrance and the Front Desk (this will become a huge noise issue later), we took it. Went out to enjoy the town and came back at night to find terrible pillows (old and worn out), holes in the towels in a tiny bathroom. We were waken several times during the night by noise of staff and the TV the night shift was watching. Only to be waken at 7am by the new shift who shamelessly talked loud amongst them and one maintenance man who carried stairs and materials all around the patio. Upon showing up for breakfast, we encountered nude tables barely cleaned and all the staff enjoying their coffee inside the kitchen, we were told to wait for 15 minutes since the cook had gone out into town (of course, nobody moved from their seat to reply or give a proper explanation). We requested then to have some pastries while we waited, we were pointed to the lousy coffee that sat in an industrial coffee plug-in coffee machine with plastic cups and plastic spoons and given cheap cookies straight from a plastic wrap (literally, they opened the pack in front of us and placed it on the table just like that). Later on the so called breakfast arrived, as expected it was mediocre at best. Gladly, we checked out right after. If we had paid much less, perhaps all the above would have been less angering, however there are basics that regardless of the price tag should be respected in order for a hotel to be called so. An enjoyable stay in lovely Tequila deserves a much better place with a more acceptable view of hospitality.…
We came to this hotel with low expectations because of the price we paid. But we were surprised for good, the hotel is very well located and it is indeed charm. We were a party of 13 so everyone got a different type of room, the one that my wife and I got wasn't that big but enough, very clean, the bathroom was clean as well, AC worked perfectly. We spent one night and had a great time in Tequila. Don't miss La Capilla (one of the best 50 bars in the world, it will be another surprise!). The ice creams right across the street are very good!