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Hotel Balneario Tecolutla

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Noblesville, Indiana
Reviewed 19 December 2014

All the rooms seem to have a view of the beach which was a plus. Rooms were older but well maintained. Showers were hot with good pressure once you figured out that the hot water was on the right hand side. Restaurant is adequate. The beach and the town itself at night were vibrant and very active. I would definitely...

1Thank aerowood2016
Reviewed 12 February 2014

When checking in I was told I could only pay cash as their Visa was broken that day. (This turned out to be a blessing as we had originally planned to stay 3 nights but only stayed the one). The room was older and had a great view of the beach. There are windows in the room that allow light...

2Thank nwtfrosty
pacific northwest
Reviewed 20 November 2013

This is a nice, large, hotel in excellent condition, and right on the beach. I've stayed here twice, in 2009 and this month, and both times it was almost entirely empty because the town of Tecolutla is a Mexican holiday destination, so if one goes at non-Mexican holiday time it's empty. Near as I could tell, only 2 rooms were...

Thank ektarama
Reviewed 22 October 2013

Like many hotels in Mexico, this one is way over priced for the services offered. The pool was freezing cold (however I haved learned after living in Mexico for two years) never trust a hotel that says their pool is heated. We went during the Tajin festival/semana santa period so I assume the prices were higher than usual. The rooms...

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McAllen, Texas
Reviewed 4 September 2013

For those of you old enough to remember, Bridgette Bardot filmed a movie here. It was the bees knees long ago. This is one of those hotels Graham Greene identified as having 'faded grandeur.' That is not to say it is rundown. Not at all. It is in remarkably great shape and maintained. The grandeur speaks of days gone by...

Thank MexicoMikeReal
San Ignacio, Belize
Reviewed 17 June 2013

This may be the nicest looking hotel in Tecolutla, but I hope it's not the best. Granted, we arrived without a reservation, but that shouldn't affect the food and hot water. The room would be out for anyone even thinking about claustrophobia, and the beds perhaps Inquisition leftovers. It was like sleeping the wrong way in a hammock, and my...

Thank Chucumite
Stockbridge, Georgia
Reviewed 22 April 2011

Visually the place is lovely. It has a wide breezy oceanside verandah and the landscaping is beautiful. The front desk staff are pleasant and helpful. The sad part is that 'she ain't what she used to be.' There is a bunch of dead, decayed stuff in a display cabinet in the main lobby -- It was painful to try to...

1Thank StuartandDenese
Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 8 April 2011

This Hotel is a little odd. Large and grand but no longer in its prime. It is quiet with cavernous unused spaces a little like being stuck in a weird Agatha Christie novel. The staff are not accustomed to guests and lack any real hospitable manner. the hotel itself is gently decaying but is not without its merits. a good...

1Thank Robwombat
Reviewed 6 February 2010

Te location makes this a great place to spend a few days. The hotel is immaculate, the staff friendly and the room comfortable. It is at the end of the main street where restaurants abound. A swimming pool lies just steps away from the beach and the wide hotel veranda makes a great place to look over the pool and...

1Thank lmdja

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Additional Information about Hotel Balneario Tecolutla

Address: Calle Matamoros s/n, Tecolutla, Mexico
Region: Mexico > Central Mexico and Gulf Coast > Veracruz > Tecolutla
Number of rooms: 76
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“all rooms have a beach view”
aerowood2016, 18 Dec 2014 | Read review
“We had the last room at end of hall. It seemed like it could have been quiter than others but constant slamming of doors in hallway doesn't lend to a tranquil environment.”
roxita, 21 Oct 2013 | Read review
“All are quiet. Think nothing of asking to change rooms when you first check in if you don't like it. I have not seen this place full in years.”
MexicoMikeReal, 3 Sep 2013 | Read review
“Get a room with a view, ask about the hot water, and check the beds and pillows.”
Chucumite, 17 Jun 2013 | Read review
“Beautiful old gal”
StuartandDenese, 22 Apr 2011 | Read review
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