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Beautiful, convenient, friendly, well-maintained
Avaliou em 17 de Outubro de 2020
I always stay here when I go to Patzcuaro. Here’s why. The rooms are spacious, the beds and pillows comfortable, all the plubming works well and there’s plenty of hot water, and each room has a fireplace. It’s located on the street near the Basilica (two blocks from the main plaza), so it is convenient but not noisy. A few good places to eat are nearby, plus a bakery. The central garden very pleasant, the style is rustic colonial (very nice), very Mexican-looking. The internet signal is strong on two ends of the hotel, and I had no problem connecting or Zooming there. (The 18th cent walls are so thick that reception is not good inside the rooms.) In all, the best value as well as the nicest place to stay in Patzcuaro, for my tastes.
This is by far the BEST place to stay for women traveling alone!
Avaliou em 23 de Maio de 2019
I drove by myself from Denver hoping to find a place to stay that would be kind to women. I booked this place almost by accident and the first day of my stay, I requested to rent the place for 3 months! I am in the middle of a divorce and decided to drive down to this magical land, and I can honestly say that this place Heals. The rooms are spacious, extra clean, with an Argentinian restaurant in the property. The food is delicious and the staff (3-4 people total) are the original owners of the place live on the other side of the building. They are kind, respectful and wish to make your stay memorable. They do offer longer stays if that is what you are looking for. I can't say enough good things about this place. The one thing I have to stress is that they welcome women traveling alone. They are taking ggod care of me and this is my way of thanking them. Do not hesitate to book here, you will NOT regret it! And the prices are ridiculous low! Come see for yourself...I will be here until July if you have any questions just ask me.-Marcela FV PS: It's steps away from the Basilica, the location is also a big PLUS.
3rd or 4 th Visit to Patzcuaro
Avaliou em 8 de Fevereiro de 2018
Small but great hotel of one level built around a plant filled courtyard. We had room # 9, quite large with 2 double beds, a desk, wood burning fireplace, a couple of chairs and a large bathroom. The shower was one of the best we’ve experienced anywhere we’ve travelled. Very welcoming family owned business, a pleasure to do business with.
Close to Plaza Grande and Plaza Chica, easy walk to the area known as Once Patios, very quiet and restful.
A delightful place to stay
Avaliou em 23 de Fevereiro de 2017
This was the first time we were in Patzcuaro. The hotel accepts dogs. It has a beautiful courtyard with lots of trees and flowers. Very clean. There is a communal kitchen that can be used by all guests. It is very central to the three markets. We met some very nice people there who have been staying there every year. Would go back again.
Simple is sweet
Avaliou em 12 de Janeiro de 2017
This family owned and run Meson (B&B) in Patzcuaro is a treasure. We have stayed there twice on the recommendation of a friend who has been there dozens of times in as many years.
This converted old home has about 6 rentable rooms. Be forewarned that heat is a fireplace and it takes quite a while for hot water to arrive to your showerhead, but for the price (Approx $38 a night) it's fabulous. Patzcuaro is about 5000 feet and COLD in the winter so bring your woolies.
The staff don't do a lot to orient guests, so Ask. There is a kitchen available for guests to use and coffee and sweetbread are available each morning. Across the street is a very tiny corner grocery store where I was thrilled to buy bananas and yogurt each evening which gave us a more than adequate breakfast. Last year when I was there and feeling sick, I pretty much lived on kefer from that store.
The rooms are arranged around a central garden with plenty of benches for enjoying the morning sun or watching birds flit through the trees. The dogs in the back area can be a bit raucous and one night some of the guests were very cheerfully noisy until about 10 pm, but otherwise this hotel is blessedly quiet.
The Meson is located up a gentle hill 4 blocks from the main plaza. We (in our mid sixties) comfortably walked back and forth a couple times a day. It is a long block from the Basilica de Nuestra Señora de la Salud and church bells ring several times a day.
The family is friendly and helpful. They live to one side and you just ring a bell to summon them. They arranged taxis for us (and verified prices) to several out of town sites and both years we actually took taxis they recommended all the way to Morelia (about $40 US).
I am not sure if they take online reservations, I have always just called and made arrangements by phone.
Patzcuaro is a great town. This year we arrived while the plaza was being decorated for Christmas and we caught a couple nights of festivities. Hanging out in the plaza people watching is a favorite activity and the Meson was a great place to come home to at night.