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Hotel La Mansion

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Brisbane, Australia
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Stayed in this very nice 200 year old charming courtyard hotel for 2 nights. Its close to everything. The room was very nice and the bed was great. The best sleep I had in Mexico. There is a bar in another hotel just down the road with cheap beers and margaritas. I wish i'd had an extra night or two...

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Palm Springs
Reviewed 20 December 2016

One of the most unique hotels I have stayed at. Converted old Mexico mansion. The rooms have tile floors, fireplaces and thick walls, screen doors. Interior courtyard. I enjoyed my stay. It was warm during the day and the room stayed very cool. This hotel is one part of three that are all near each other. Very nice.

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Vancouver
Reviewed 14 December 2016

Once you enter the Courtyard of this former convent you take a step back in time. Lovingly maintained the place oozes the charme of a bygone era. Rooms are a bit basic but, hey this used to be a convent. We loved the experience to have our own fireplace in the room which kept us warm during a cold night.

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Mountain View, California
Reviewed 7 November 2016

Interesting one night stay. Room is quite large, facing a central courtyard. Restaurant is at a sister property (Los Tresores) down the block. Plumbing is very old, and hot water availability varies. Secure internet access is fine, with the router right in the courtyard. Main problem is that hotel is on a street corner, and the young men in town...

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Thank CaliforniaPenguin
Reviewed 9 June 2016

Charming Spanish Colonial hotel but not well maintained. Bed sheets were not fresh, smelled rancid like they have not been changed for a while. Bathroom lighting was dim and we found 4 cockroaches while we were there...disgusting! Thank goodness only an overnight stay. Unfortunately hotel staff/management is at a different location, about 1/2 block away and none at this facility.

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Chandler
Reviewed 18 March 2016

This 17th century home converted to a hotel may not be perfect but it still is comfortable and romantic. Everything works - AC, plumbing, fireplace, adobe insulation and the outdoor portal. I brought my overall rating down one because the bathroom amenities were not what I have learned to expect - missing wash cloths, shampoo & conditioner, and privacy door....

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1Thank ReyGeorge
Fullerton, California, USA
Reviewed 30 January 2016

This hotel and its partner hotel down the street were both historic, picturesque, and gave the feel of living in a colonial Mexico palace, like something out of a Zorro movie. The central courtyards are elegant and a magnet for pictures. Each room had a fireplace that worked which was nice for us in January. Most of the rooms had...

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Thank Zootarts
Reviewed 3 May 2015 via mobile

We stayed one night at this beautiful hotel, the building must be at least a couple hundred years old but it has the old world charm you expect from Alamos, the only problem I noticed was the noise from the cars driving by with loud music, but that's mainly because of the prime spot this hotel is located, just a...

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Savoy, Il
Reviewed 3 December 2014

We stayed here in the middle of September on a tour to Copper Canyon. We had room #12 and couldn't figure out how we got the "Best" room in the place. It was beautiful and huge! The bathroom was all marble with a tub that had to be almost 3 feet deep. We really never did see any of the...

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Scottsdale, Arizona
Reviewed 27 November 2010

My wife and I stayed here overnight on our way to the Copper Canyon. We had a large corner room that bordered on being a suite, and it had a huge bath. The hotel is apparently a converted private home. It is very charming and has a wonderful central court yard. The location is prime also just a short walk...

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Address: Calle Alvaro Obregon 2, Alamos 85760, Mexico
Region: Mexico > Northern Mexico > Sonora > Alamos
Price Range: $91 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 27
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Hotel La Mansion Alamos, Sonora, Mexico
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“If you get a room close to the hotel courtyard entrance you will get wifi reception in your room.”
Steveapps54, 30 Apr 2017 | Read review
“The hotel faces on 2 mainstreets that can be occasionally noisy. We stayed in Room 6 which was the farthest room from both streets.”
  • Room #6
ReyGeorge, 17 Mar 2016 | Read review
“Room 17! Its amazing!”
Zootarts, 29 Jan 2016 | Read review
“Room 12 was awesome!”
jgpayner, 2 Dec 2014 | Read review
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