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Thanks to other trip advisors, I knew to contact the Encino Hotel when there was no way to get into the condo. The person at Encino said they sent me an email with instructions. And they did....at the very time our plane landed! And it...More
I have been coming t old town PV for a while now and have stayed in various location around town. This is by far, the noisiest late at night place. The strip bar gets thumping, as in the bass from the club directly underneath the...More
If you want to be put in a windowless room that smells of rot and hear (and feel) relentlessly loud music throbbing in background throughout the night and through your pillow, I know the place for you. Don’t stay here.
I was in an apartment at the back of the building, which was pretty much silent (I think the ones at the front get a lot of street noise). The location is very central in the Zona Romantica.
The apartment was really spacious, very clean,...More
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
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.
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"The quiet room is number 205 = good. I am staying in room 102 = noise!"