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Do not book this place. We booked it for February 4 and 5 2017. When we arrived at the address we could not find the so called hotel. No hotel sign. No front desk clerk. We phoned the phone number that was linked to this...More
This is very centrally located, right in between zona Romantica and Malecon. It in situated on a main road on top of Los Muertos Brewery. We stayed there over the new year weekend. Though the street was loud with traffic and also music from the...More
This accommodation looks nice in the photos, but photos of what ? The building is located on the main bus route ,(Very noisy and lots of diesel smoke, 6am--11pm), it shares a wall with a noisy night club (LOUD MUSIC, with high volume base ,9PM--3AM)....More
First off, we needed to check in at a different hotel in a totally different part of town. We had to wait 30-45 minutes to be taken to our room, the hotel sent the poor bell boy out in the pouring rain, walking in his...More
Excellent value. The building is really a short stay apartment block as there is no reception or other hotel services except for daily maid service. Stayed in a self contained studio (small one bedroom in reality) with a kitchen for one week. There is free...More
US$34 - US$76 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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All the rooms are on the 2nd and 3rd floors. I am an obese 70 year old and had no problem carrying my packsack up to the 3rd floor. We are not in great shape, but we still managed to go in and out half a dozen times a day... More
All the rooms are on the 2nd and 3rd floors. I am an obese 70 year old and had no problem carrying my packsack up to the 3rd floor. We are not in great shape, but we still managed to go in and out half a dozen times a day. More troublesome was having to carry up 3 gallon water jugs of drinking water. This hotel does not provide drinking water. If these things are an issue, I would suggest Hotel Encino, or Suites Plaza del Rio a few blocks away. They are owned/managed by the same people, have elevators and drinking water on all floors. They are also quieter, but the rooms are more traditional Mexican hotel, not as modern, but still a delight.