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Los Juaninos

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Riginally a 17th-century noble palace, Los Juaninos was converted into a superb 30-room hotel in 1998 when it was renovated with all modern facilities and comforts. Yet this landmark building faithfully retains its architectural grandeur, harmonizing with surrounding Spanish colonial buildings of Morelia's Historic Center which, in its entirety, is designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. According to UNESCO, these aristocratic buildings "reflect the town's architectural history, revealing a masterly and eclectic blend of the medieval spirit with Renaissance, Baroque and neoclassical elements." The hotel's impressive facade and lobby, thick stone walls, graceful stairways and arched hallways combine with guestrooms and suites, each one distinct, forming an ambience reminiscent of Morelia's glorious past. Balconied windows have breathtaking close-up views of Morelia's cathedral: the varying shades of its pink quarry stone facade by day; glowing magnificently at dusk; and dramatically illuminated at night. The city's tree-lined main square is just across the street, a vibrant setting in the heart of Morelia, capital of the State of Michoacan. History At the end of the seventeenth century, the Captain General of New Spain and Bishop Juan Ortega y Montanez ordered the construction of the opulent Bishop's Palace in this privileged location of Morelia. Then, in 1700, the Bishop granted the building to the religious order of Los Juaninos who converted it into the Royal Hospital of San Juan de Dios which they maintained for over a century. In 1857 the building was sold to private individuals, and in 1886 it was transformed by architect Guillermo Wotton de Corinne, influenced by fashionable romantic architectural style, into the most luxurious hotel of the period, the Hotel Oseguera. It catered to first-class passengers traveling on the new railway from Mexico City to Morelia. Finally, in 1998 the building was restored to its original splendor and reopened as the Hotel Los Juaninos, with its antique French furnishings, rich fabrics, and art-nouveau stained-glass windows, as well as modern facilities including an elevator. Hotel Los Juaninos has continually undergone renovations and enhancements during the past decade. Morelia has played an important role in the history of Mexico. It was the birthplace of several heroes of the Mexican Independence, September 16, 1810, a date that is celebrated spectacularly here.
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Golf Course
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I heard a lot from this hotel, sights are astounding because it’s in the heart of the city. The building is exquisite antique and rich in history, though rooms need deep surgery due to humidity indoors at least in 2 of the 3 rooms we occupied. It’s comfortable but I think
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I always love Los Juaninos--everywhere one looks; from ones room or from the dinning room and bar on the top floor the views are stunning.The rooms are comfortable and tastefully furnished.The service and food at the restaurant and bar are top notch.The location in town makes it
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This is an incredibly interesting and beautiful hotel, that could be great with some modernization. The spaces are large, the view of the cathedral perfect, the restaurant very good. I was bothered by a large area of black mold on our ceiling, and the lack of electrical outlets
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Our room was visited by the hotel staff in our absence without valid reason (proved by surveillance cameras), our credit cards were handled and misordered in our wallet (the hotel did not give us the key to the locker upon arrival in the room), and 5 days later fraud attempts
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This hotel is right across the street from the big cathedral in Morealia. If you blink twice, you just might miss it!! But once inside, you realize this hotel prides itself in offering its customers the best service and experience possible!! We had booked a room online, but once
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Suite de la Esquina
Amazing place. Beautiful view in front of the Cathedral.
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Vista del balcon
buenas noches, necesito saber donde puedo dejar mi auto si me hospedo aqui, ya que no indican que tienen estacionamiento
"Horrible lugar ninguna habitacion (aun las que tienen vista) no valen la pena"
"Ask for view to the Catedral, simply beautiful"
"Definitely a room facing cathedral for a fabulous view."
"We saw three rooms during our stay. All were beautiful."
"Depends on whether you like a room with view or not (could add around 20 bucks to your rate). But on average, rooms with view tend to be noisier during middle-week stays. I was there on Sunday and they closed vehicle traffic on the main street so I did get the beautiful view with almost no noise."
US$91 - US$198 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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MexicoCentral Mexico and Gulf CoastMichoacanMorelia
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