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Staff was very attentive, stay was affordable, and building/grounds are rustic.
Avaliou em 7 de Janeiro de 2019
I had a great time here with my family. The staff were friendly and the rooms were unique. It looks like all their wooden framing and furniture was custom made and painted. This place looks like it used to be a mansion in its heyday. Please be mindful that It is old and hasn't had too many people go through it, so please don't expect everything to be super updated. The rooms (we got two) are super inexpensive per night. Our rooms didn't have AC but they did have fans and medium sized box tvs with cable. We also were given the password to their wifi and it worked great. The beds were large (my guess is that they were king-sized) and they had mini kitchenettes but I honestly didn't try to use the ovens or mini fridge in my room, but the other room's fridge worked.
The backside park/grounds were beautiful with geese, chickens, and a beautiful peacock that would cross the road a couple of times every day. We enjoyed our stay and the staff was super attentive.
They do close their front doors at night (businesses nearby also close at sundown) but if you let the groundskeeper know, he will wait for you before closing up. I knew that we would be arriving to La Puerta De Enmedio between 10pm and midnight, so we called in advance to confirm our reservation and let them know we were arriving late and they waited for us.
Interesting but decrepid
Avaliou em 1 de Abril de 2018
This hotel is falling apart. Very tired, our room was very musty, Not really clean, no light in bathroom, linen grey. Towels shredded. Staff were very nice but clearly the place has seen better days. The building is interesting and old but no security.
a nice place
Avaliou em 1 de Setembro de 2013
rooms are clean and spacious, need more sun and in rain season are a bit humid, the gardens are really worthed with their ducks and gesse, chickens, hens etc very well kept, price very reasonable, like many country side places in mexico service is not their best, but if you enjoy nature then visit this hotel, mexican style with equipales and heavy wooden chairs
Mice, mildew and no AC
Avaliou em 3 de Setembro de 2006
Upon checking in, we were given a choice of three rooms, all equally dark, dingy, and dank. We tried to air out the room, but the overwhelming smell of cholrine seemed worse than the dankness in the room, which was ironic since the pool was so green we didn't even consider going in. We decided immediately we would not stay the two days we'd planned, and would head back to Loreto the next morning. However, after the water stopped running around 7 pm, and the air conditioner stopped working, we wondered if we'd made a mistake. When the mouse ran across my pillow (yes, literally ran across my pillow!) at 11:30 pm, we packed up our belongings and walked down the street to the hotel a few blocks down. We did not get our money back, even though we didn't stay one single night of the two we'd planned. I did my best to explain to the woman who ran the place, and who spoke not a word of English, why we were leaving. She insisted that the whole town's water was shut down each evening (though our other hotel had running water), and that the AC going out was something she'd never had a problem with before. The mouse on the pillow she just shrugged off. Perhaps, we got here at the end of the season, and things were being let go. I know this hotel has gotten good reviews in the past, but I was most surprised and upset by what we found. I won't ever go back to this hotel; in fact won't ever go back to Mulege.
Avaliou em 18 de Abril de 2006
we absolutely loved the Hacienda. Very nice and friendly staff, nice court yard with pool and romantic (but basic) rooms.
This must be the best deal in town. The American owned Pelican bar/restuarant was very nice as well. The owners were very friendly and teh burgers were great! (after the tacos and tortillas it was a nice variation for us)
Unfortunately there was some kind of party in town the last night while we were there on the plaza and the next door playground. The music would go on untill 2 a.m. so we wouldn't be able to sleep.... so we decided to join the party which turned out quite nice. The first night had been quiet so I assume it's usually very quiet at the Hacienda at night.
If you stay in lovely Mulege the Hacienda is the pace to stay!!!!