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Johnson City, Tennessee
Reviewed 24 September 2014

This is probably the best place I've ever stayed. The cool little cabins, the incredible food, and service.......I get all warm inside just thinking about going back ! Difficult to come up with enough nice things to say. Smiling faces abound. I just love this place.

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Overton, England
Reviewed 31 October 2013

Thank you Sol! After a breathtaking motorcycle ride through the Copper Canyon area and a brief stop in Creel, we arrived at the magical and rustic Cabanas Noritari. The realisation of a vision by the amazing Sol is unlike any other hotel I have ever stayed in. Art, pottery, great homemade food, wonderful people, an idyllic setting, everything seems made...

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Colorado
Reviewed 29 October 2010

I second the last reviewers words. The place is very unique and the entire grounds seems to serve as a giant canvas for Sol and her staff to create a work of art. Sol is also very creative with the food preparation and service, using only the best ingredients she can grow or buy. Tasty, but watch out for the...

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3Thank David M
San Francisco, California
Reviewed 26 November 2009

Highly recommend this place! It's a fairly large property consisting of the main building where the dining room is, and numerous guest cabins, located about 4 kilometers out of San Juanito, just off the road towards Basaseachic waterfall. All the cabins are brick and timber, very rustic, and each with a fireplace. The owner Sol furnished all the buildings with...

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Torrance, CA
Reviewed 4 August 2009

I had the pleasure to visit this unique spot on a trip through the Copper Canyon. Noritari was definitely a treat to visit. Lauro and Sol, the owners, were wonderful hosts and truly remarkable people. The food was fresh and fabulous. Their place is hidden just outside of San Juanito. These comfortable, solar-powered cabins are a great place to get-away...

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Bishop, California
Reviewed 19 February 2009

What a surprise this place was! The owners are as delightful as their lovely lodge, which is brimming with colorful and unique arts and crafts. Sol prepares the most exquisitely delicious food and has an excellent selection of beer, wine and alcohol -- but if you're a caffeine junkie, like I am, come prepared with your own stash of instant,...

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Tucson, AZ
Reviewed 18 March 2008

We spent a delightful afternoon and evening at this wonderful compound near Creel Chihuahua in the Sierra Tarahumaras as a stop during our eleven day guided tour through the Copper Canyon area of Mexico. After being greeted by the charming owner and served hot spiced cider, we dropped our luggage at our cabins which were rustic, warmly decorated and very...

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2Thank Sonorangal
Mexico City
Reviewed 28 January 2007

I spent three nights with my two children in the Cabanas Noritari, a clean place with all the advantages of the Sierra Tarahumara (in the middle of the woods) and none of its disadvantages (crowded and noisy hotels in Creel, about 30 miles away). In fact, I was looking for an alternative to hotels in Creel because they were too...

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Address: Carr. San Juanito a Basaseachi km 4 | Cañon del Cobre ( Sierra Tarahumara ), Mexico
Region: Mexico > Northern Mexico > Chihuahua
Price Range: $62 - $69 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 25
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