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Gran Hostal Tequisquiapan: Tequisquiapan Hostel

This new hostel is very quiet and located in the center of thecity.<br/><br/>There is possibility of cooking meals.<br/><br/>Very clean accomodation on three levels.<br/><br/>Some rooms have dormitory but there are also rooms for two persons.<br/><br/>Very good and free wifi access.

From the roof of the hostel you have a great view of the city.<br/><br/>Very nice location walking distance to center , passing along paved streets and historical houses.<br/><br/>Also near nice restaurant and food stores.

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  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Backpacking, Budget Travel, Singles
  • Written February 25, 2016
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Hotel Relox: Bougainvillaea, hammocks, and pools.

The Hotel Relox is a luxury place that's actually pretty reasonable, pricewise. The rooms are comfy, clean, and attractive, as if you'll care, right? You're going to want to be out meandering through the lush, green grounds, walking the paths, soaking in one of the hidden spa rooms, hoping to find a vacant hammock, or lounging by the pool. The poolside drink service is kind of fun, and the restaurant looks pretty cool...but you will have to try that for yourself. The open-courtyard arrangement and winding flowering vines are beautiful, and if your room is on the second floor--which I hope it is--you get to walk up these awesome open-air stairways and have an excellent view and feel like you're staying in an villa. Yes, you too can be in Enchanted April! Also, the artisans' market is right outside the front door...and it's a pretty cool front door, even. The hotel bills itself as an eco-resort, and if you are in the area and you want to relax, you can do no better than this gorgeous place.

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  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Spa and Resort, Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
  • Written July 2, 2004

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