- Reviews: 268
Hotel America: Not the best but OK for a short stay
I stayed 2 nights in this hotel. It is very simple and satisfactory if you are not looking for much. I had a tiny room and shared bathroom that was old and not the cleanest. Still was not that bad after I compared with what was being offered in the neighbourhood.
Funny thing is, as Cuernavaca is a very neat and calm town, the only prostitutes I saw were stationed right in front of this hotel ...
No qualities other than decent location and lower prices.
- Reviews: 293
Leyva House: When only a private villa will do...
This house was located within walking distance of the main square, Castillo de Cortes and the bus station.
Houses like this one rent for about $200 a night. Considering that 8 people slept here I'd say it was a great deal when compared to a traditional hotel.
Daily housekeeping...private entrance..
- Reviews: 3385
LAS MANANITAS: Again, one of Mexico's Best
Now, I am not 'flush', so I did not have the opportunity to stay here. But you can. Prices begin at $190 US for midweek ($220 for weekend) and go up from there.
This is an expensive place to stay for Mexico, let alone Cuernavaca. It's rooms are luxury emphasized. If you are flush, then go for it. The garden views are magnificent. The world rushes about outside, but you are cocooned within the hotel walls oblivious.
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