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After a miserable bus ride, it was a relief to arrive at the quiet Tia Tere.
They offered us a discount for paying cash, which was lovely, and the friendly staff showed us to our room. It was pleasant, quiet, with lots of character and...More
We loved the Tia Tere! It is located in a slightly more authentic neighborhood about six blocks from the zocalo and Calle Alcala. It looks unassuming from the street, but the friendly staff then shows you inside. Three levels of rooms are arranged around a...More
We stayed here for 3 nights, for 675 pesos a night for a room with a bathroom.
The staff are absolutely lovely, the rooms are immaculate and quiet enough, it is in a wonderful location - close to everything, but on a quiet street. The...More
Nice B&B hotel quite in walking distance to the city. Quiet rooms towards the courtyard, very friendly staff. Rooms are clean, pool in the garden is nice. If you come by car, entering the tiny "parking lot" is a challenge, but staff will help. Breakfast...More
Sorry - I couldn't say, I was in a small room, but I know that there are larger rooms overlooking the pool or right beside the pool. I don't know if there are 2-br apts. I doubt that there would be a kitchen, but you can use... More
Sorry - I couldn't say, I was in a small room, but I know that there are larger rooms overlooking the pool or right beside the pool. I don't know if there are 2-br apts. I doubt that there would be a kitchen, but you can use the kitchen (abit) where you eat breakfast - you should ask directly to the hotel about that. Tom