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Following the tradition initiated by Gertrude Duby, Na Bolom also offers rooms for our guests. Each one of the 16 rooms is an extension of the museum, decorated individually with old furniture, artwork, textiles and photographs from the indigenous villages of Chiapas .
imagine staying in an ethnographical museum , well this is it, each room is decorated with artefacts, and has a fireplace which came in handy as it was cold at night here.
fabulous restaurant as well, again with a fireplace that the staff lit a...More
We stayed at Casa na bolom for 4 days and were very satisfied with the stay. The location is a bit far out from the centre but this is okay as it is a small town.
The service at the hotel was excellent and they...More
I came to visit the museum. It was interesting and my favourite part of the museum was all the photographs. However I found it slightly underwhelming, but probably because I had already been to quite a few different museums on Mexican culture before reaching this...More
Fabulous value that is under marketed but may be the best value in the area. Nice suites, beautiful acreage covered with flowers, trees, art and indigenous artifacts from the real Indian Jones-type man, Frans Blom. Steps from the hot spots of San Cristobal. Excellent food,...More
This is one of my all-time favorite museum experiences. This former home of Danish archeologist/engineer Frans Blom and his wife photographer, journalist, and the Swiss German journalist and environmental activist Gertrude Duby Blom. Currently this site operates a hotel, museum, and research center run by...More