The hotel is inconspicuous from the street, but nice and spacious inside. The lobby walls are covered with inscriptions and signatures of well-known people who have stayed there, and even a few cartoon drawings. Many are bands that have stayed there during fiestas.
The hotel is very clean--The maids are always sweeping and mopping. Every morning they go out and mop the sidewalk and sweep the street in front of the hotel.
None of the employees speak much English.
Some of the rooms open up onto a nice courtyard.
There is free computer access in the lobby, and Talavera tile in the bathroom.
My husband and I have stayed at this hotel twice. It is our favorite hotel in Dolores Hidalgo. The hotel is located just a block from the bus station and less than two blocks from the town's main plaza.
The hotel is very clean and the staff is very friendly and helpful.
There are six rooms with one double bed, sixteen rooms with two double beds, and two suites that feature a king-sized bed and a sofa bed. At the present time, the hotel is in the process of adding more rooms.
Each room has a telephone, color television with cable and remote, a safe, and a ceiling fan. Bottled water is also provided as the tap water is not drinkable in most parts of Mexico. The hotel also provides complimentary bars of soap, shampoo and lotion.
The hotel also has wireless internet throughout, a work-out room with various pieces of exercise equipment, a steam room, a laundry room for guest use, and an indoor, covered patio area on the second floor. There is also parking for the hotel less than a block away.
If you find you have forgotten some toiletries or want a soft drink, there are some items for sale at the front desk. However, there is a small grocery store about three doors away from the hotel where you can buy whatever you need.
I would recommend this hotel because it is clean, comfortable, quiet, and conveniently located.
The hotel does not have a restaurant and does not provide room service. However, the hotel is located less than two blocks from the main plaza, where you can find a number of good restaurants.
There are rooms on both the first and second floors. There is no elevator, so if steps are a problem, ask for a room on the first floor. The second-floor rooms, at least the one we stayed in on our first visit, are larger than the rooms on the first floor.
This hotel is very close to the bus station and also has its own parking lot if you drive your car. It is very close to most of Dolores Hidalgo's attractions and to the market. It is also very reasonably priced ($348 pesos for one person; $398 for two; $448 for three: $498 for four; $548 for five).
My husband and I stayed at this clean, comfortable hotel conveniently located just two blocks from Dolores Hidalgo's main plaza. Our room had two double beds, a color televison with cable, telephone, good lights for reading, a small closet, and a small, but adequate bathroom. There was plenty of water pressure and plenty of hot water in the shower.
Only six of the hotel's 38 rooms and five suites are located on the first floor. There is no elevator, so you will have to climb stairs to get to your room if the six first-floor rooms are occupied.
There is a terrace on the third floor with a great view of the city and of the Templo de la Asunción (designed by Zeferino Gutiérrez, who also designed the parish church in San Miguel de Allende).
The six first-floor rooms face a sunny patio at the back of the hotel (very quiet).
The hotel has an intimate bar off the lobby as well as a restaurant where breakfast is served from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. The restaurant offers a buffet of cereal, juice, milk, fruit, pastries, coffee, and your choice of two entrees for $49 pesos per person.
In addition, the hotel provides purified (bottled) drinking water and wireless internet. The web site indicates there is parking, though we didn't see a parking lot.
We would definitely recommend this hotel to others. It was a good value for the money.
The hotel staff was very friendly and helpful. The breakfast was more than adequate. Also, the hotel is close to the museums, churches, and market as well as to several artisan shops.
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