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Argovia Finca Resort, Ruta del cafe

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Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Reviewed 5 February 2014

My husband and I too took a day trip to the Coffee Plantation from a cruise ship, and had a grand time enjoying the sights and hospitality. We are serious coffee drinkers and bought 2 lbs of the organically grown Argovia dark roast beans. We are just about out and want to order more...please tell me how I can. Looking...

Thank Lou E
Antigua, Guatemala
Reviewed 6 December 2013

we stayed here for a long weekend. It is a beautiful setting and the accommodation is comfortable and nicely done. we had a relaxing time, and everyone at the Finca was friendly and welcoming. It does seem though, that the place has hit upon hard times as the facilities seemed a little run down. The pool for example (where we...

3Thank gcpc2013
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Reviewed 17 October 2013

I am rating as an attraction not as a hotel. I am rating this attraction a 3 because it is definitely a wonderful landscape and a cultural icon. However, food is terrible, me and my partner got poisoned there by their "filetes". All their plates were cold and not well done at all. We are sure we got poisoned by...

1Thank Paisajista
Dublin, Ireland
Reviewed 5 October 2013

Myself and my partner booked to stay 2 nights here (3rd & 4th Oct). We rang the hotel 10 minutes before getting on a bus to Tapachula to let them know what time we expected to arrive, only to be informed that they had made a mistake with our booking and therefore we could only stay one of the 2...

7Thank Aoife M
Reviewed 12 August 2013

I was there at first time! And felt in love this place! this is the perfect place! Very beautiful! Good stuff and food! Everyone is very friendly! You're like in a fairy tale! Many swimming pools and beautiful green views! I can meet with beautiful nature of this part of Mexico! I enjoyed every minutes which I spend there! I...

1Thank OlgaLif
Austin, Texas
Reviewed 10 August 2013

Got the full coffee plantation experience at Argovia! Rich family history, mountain jungle terrain, fantastic accommodations. One of the many treasures that Chiapas has to offer. Mayan ruins, uncrowded beaches, Spanish colonial towns, azure waterfalls nearby. A safe place to enjoy the wonders of Mexico!

3Thank eschlegel62
Reviewed 10 July 2013

We really enjoyed last weekend's getaway to Argovia. Eventhough we arrived with lots of showers, and sometimes heavy rain, the first night was peaceful hearing the crickets. Had a delicious early dinner, enjoyed some espressos, and went to bed. The following morning, we spend some time working over a slow, but reliable WiFi internet access. Once we finished work, we...

1Thank Sergio A
Midland, Canada
Reviewed 28 April 2013

We stayed two nights in the fabulous cabin with the terrace. We felt like we were in the jungle or Hawaii - either way, it was nice. The song birds woke us in the morning - so leave your alarm clock behind. Paula gave us a wonderful and very informative coffee tour - even so it was not the harvesting...

1Thank Lisa O
Reviewed 14 October 2012

Although torn between visiting Argovia Finca and the Izapa Mayan ruins, we were very happy with our selection. We visited in early October, which is the heart of the coffee picking season, which runs from September-December. I will never complain about the cost of coffee again. Our 1-1/2 hour bus drive took us though the large town of Tapachula (past...

18Thank tribblet
Dana Point, California
Reviewed 27 May 2012

We were cruising from New York City to Los Angeles via the Panama Canal(May 2012). We were going to a coffee plantation in Puerto Chiapas, Mexico and the only tour that was suitable for 2 elderly women and one handicapped woman was The Argovia Finca Resort and Coffee Plantation. We had the best trip even with the bus breaking down....

9Thank plumber22

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
In the heart of a lush tropical environment lies a unique and heavenly place, one of the most beautiful and prestigious old coffee plantations in Mexico: Argovia. The landscape, its rivers, its architecture and a mixture of the European culture and Indian Tradition, are the result of this extraordinary Resort located in the Sierra Madre of Chiapas. A diversified Agricultural concept. A different tourist experience. A fresh proposal. ... more   less 

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Address: Carr. Nueva Alemania Km 39 2 | Finca Argovia, Tapachula 30700, Mexico
Region: Mexico > Southern Mexico > Chiapas > Tapachula
Price Range: $134 - $185 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3.5 star — Argovia Finca Resort, Ruta del cafe 3.5*
Number of rooms: 15
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“The cabins (no AC, but you don't need it) have huge decks that are great for hanging out for sunrise or a rainstorm.”
themoderngypsy, 24 Jun 2016 | Read review
“It is worth it to enjoy a cabin with a porch and listen to the jungle sounds and birds.”
holnbackpete, 7 Apr 2016 | Read review
“The casitas are spread out over property and it depends on what type of bed and number of people that you have for which room you get!”
Malibu66, 15 Feb 2015 | Read review
“take advantage and learn about coffee”
Montezuma3, 16 Jan 2015 | Read review
“wifi was not available in rooms but in the central part of the resort property where all activities begin (reception and food facilities.). As a result I really relaxed in my room!”
justinm820, 15 Jan 2015 | Read review
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