We stayed in a room that had a queen bed downstairs and 2 single beds in the loft. The sitting area was spacious and included a kitchenette with a coffee maker and a small refrigerator. All the beds were clean and comfortable and the bathroom even had heated tiles in the floor. The hotel was small, charming and located in the heart of one of the most interesting and lovely historical towns in Mexico. We went to a great little spot for breakfast and lunch called "Chicago"-excellent food and fun people! Talk to Marianna-one of the owners who is bilingual and will give you lots of tips on the town.
Carmen and Katia at the hotel provided information, assistance and even a light breakfast one morning!
The soft lighting was the only drawback in the room when we were trying to get ready for a wedding we were attending!
This town is an artist colony complete with people from all over the world! Go to 'Magenta' across from 'Chicago' to see some exceptional art by Kathy Taylor then go to the Fabrica La Aurora and spend some time soaking in all the different mediums-there's a lunch place on the premises!
Other restaurants: La Parada- so good arroz con pollo; The Restaurant for tapas and tequila!
We LOVED the hotel, the food, the town and the people! A destination wedding that will be talked about for years to come!More
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