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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 .
This was one of the coziest hotels that I've ever stayed in. Rustic, lots of greenery all around us and the friendliest staff. The guided tour of the museum (included with your stay) was very thorough and informative. It is good to see that they...More
Na Bolom took care of us when we were ill, fed us good breakfast whenever we wanted, and provided us with a sweet, cozy room overlooking the garden. Paradise, basically. Someday, I hope to come back. Prices are right, food is good, and, if you...More
Fascinating history, and interesting property. We made reservations for dinner...set price, and set menu. Served family style. The dinner was very good, service excellent.
The property is cold with an open square in the middle, but the dining room had a nice fireplace and with...More
1st thing is that the museum is quite fascinating and enjoyable.
The hotel itself has more of a feel of a hostel than hotel. Staff were not too personable probably due to the fact that they are dealing with visitors all day. Place needs a...More
Casa Na Bolom is an amazing historical place where Frida Kahlo hanged with the owners explorers Frans and Trudy Blom. The rooms are rustic and it takes long time to get hot water, and if you travel during winter the nights are very cold. The...More