The hotel is well located in the centre of town, just up the road from the sea gate. The girl who checked me in couldn't have been more disinterested, and told me they had no maps, which was proved wrong the next day by the young man who was most helpful. She also failed to give me the key for the wireless internet, nor the ticket or any info about breakfast the next day.
Don't bother bringing your laptop, the wifi is pretty useless even if you manage to get on.
The breakfast was pretty awful, rock-hard toast, coffee with coffeemate, even the banana was half rotten, and the waiter so surly you wouldn't dare ask for anything.
However the room and bathroom was very clean, spacious, comfortable bed, hot water, shampoo. There was air con with no remote, likewise TV with no remote, ceiling fan worked well and shutters opened onto the side street bringing light, fresh air and some noise at night.
In all, a good budget choice at around 450 pesos.
Nice colonial atmosphere set around a central courtyard. Good location close to the centre, walk to everywhere
I did not stay overnight in Campeche but I saw a brand new hostel right at the Zócalo. There was nothing written about it in any of the guide books, I only had been given a flyer somewhere by somebody.
Hostel looked nice, and great location! But I don't really see any reason why somebody wanted to stay overnight in Campeche. Only if all the buses are fully booked haha
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