It is not a 5 or 4 stars, but you get a comfortable very clean room, with hot shower and nice countryside decoration. The service is OK, but do not expect too much. English is not spoken. The location is perfect and there is no shortage of very tasty street food as well as restaurants and coffee-shops around. The market, with fresh fruits and vegetable, is on the other side of the plaza.
We were only disappointed with the wifi - the internet worked fine the first day but then stopped working and they did not do anything to fix the problem. Everywhere else the internet worked fine, so I guess it was the hotel's problem.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Patzcuaro, that means in Purapecha language: place where they raise and they lower the Gods, is a constructed colonial city in century XVII. Considered by the Mexican government one of the 23 Magical Towns of the country. It has the virtue to be near two beautiful lakes (Patzcuaro and Zirahuan) and to count on a great variety of indigenous localities with a great artisan tradition, which combines indigenous techniques and design, Spanish and even Chinese. ... more less
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