Piedras De Sol Solaris

Em Tlaltizapan, Piedras De Sol Solaris fica a aproximadamente 35,3 km de Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Oaxtepec e a 25 km de Lago de Tequesquitengo. Este hotel fica a 11,7 km de Parque aquático El Rollo e a 12,1 km de Iglesia de Santo Domingo de Guzmán.Fique em um de nossos 24 quartos com TVs de tela ...

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Quarto standard

1 cama de casal e 1 cama de solteiro

Entretenimento: TV de tela plana 32 polegadas com canais digitais

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Comodidades do quarto:

Máx 3 adultos

Máx 2 crianças

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Entrada a partir de: 15:00

Saída até: 12:00

Em Tlaltizapan, Piedras De Sol Solaris fica a aproximadamente 35,3 km de Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Oaxtepec e a 25 km de Lago de Tequesquitengo. Este hotel fica a 11,7 km de Parque aquático El Rollo e a 12,1 km de Iglesia de Santo Domingo de Guzmán.Fique em um de nossos 24 quartos com TVs de tela plana. Nos quartos, a TV digitais oferece diversão. Banheiros possuem chuveiros e produtos de toalete de cortesia. As comodidades incluem ventiladores de teto e o serviço de arrumação nos quartos é fornecido diariamente.Piedras De Sol Solaris oferece aos hóspedes deliciosas opções de refeição no um ...

Chupamirtos s/n Fracc. La Cima - Tlaltizapan, MOR - México - 62770

Comodidades do estabelecimento

Entrada a partir de: 15:00

Saída até: 12:00

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Great place if you know what to expect

Avaliou em 7 de maio de 2015

After visiting nearby Las Estacas and its crowded environment, we drove 5 minutes down the road to the non-charming village of Tlaltizapan. It is a sugar cane growing region set in a valley. Fortunately we found the crumbling grand entrance to the hotel off the road. It appeared to be grand at some distant past like the 1970s or perhaps 1980s with a cobblestone tree lined parkway up and up to the hotel itself. Parking at the lobby was a welcome relief, with a charming fountain cooling the desert air. The lobby is festooned with original blown glass artwork of a grand scale. Our reservation was quickly honored, and it seemed like we were getting royal treatment for a serious budget price! We got a room with a double bed, a single bed, and a pullout sleeper sofa. The materials were quite dated but clean except for the sleeper sofa, which we chose not to use. The room was very large, with an ample bathroom and nice hot shower. The sizable balcony with table and chairs was stupendous. The view of the green valley below and the arid mountains surrounding is breathtaking. As night falls, the twinkling lights of small villages up the valley become visible. It is possible to view at least four separate villages up the valley from your balcony. It was reported that on clear mornings the majestic snow capped Volcan Iztaccihuatl is visible. However, we were denied this experience due to climatic conditions. The bathroom was not perfectly clean and could have used a paint job, as there was plaster falling from some corners. Again, it was like it was nice in the 70s but has not been updated. I must speak of the grounds. We traveled with our 5 and 9 year old children, and they were enchanted by the two separate swimming pools with equally stunning views of this mountain valley. Exploring further reveals a decrepit cement waterslide that was non functional, but the kids had fun climbing up and down the bouganvilla strewn cement pathway, perhaps dreaming of sliding down with water. However, the cement sides made us parents wary of possible injurious behavior, so we looked elsewhere for fun. Fortunately there is much to be had. There is a small playground with swings and monkey bars for the kids, always set in this oasis vegetation. There is a run down abandoned snack bar that the kids had fun making "lemon ice cream" from the surrounding fruit trees and "serving" it to us. Again, an opportunity for imagination to run wild. Further exploration could lead to the helipad and "camping area." We visited on a weekend (Las Estacas crowded and suffocating) and were pleasantly surprised that this hotel had perhaps 5 other rooms filled on a puente weekend. This did have an effect on the restaurant service. The restaurant is set slightly below and to the side of the rooms, affording equivalent fantastic views while dining. It is open air but covered, offering a refreshing airy experience. The service was slow because of few patrons. My son was excited for pizza, but they said they had none. He instead had chicken nuggets. We had some arrachera and a mixed salad which were both good, but not excellent. In the morning, we came down at 9am and were told there would be service in 20 minutes (!). We were the only ones there and enjoyed the peace and quiet while sipping our disappointing coffee, which tasted instant. The standard eggs and beans plates were fine. The bar was not stocked. They ran out of beer for patrons (on a holiday weekend!) when there were only a handful of patrons! Overall, if you are looking for a not quite perfect way to relax and escape the crowds, Piedras del Sol offers a unique and enjoyable experience if you can suffer a few disadvantages. Bring your own beer and be prepared to wait for food. It is a wonderful setting to wait!

MexCityG

No me agrado del todo.

Avaliou em 1 de agosto de 2018

Le hace falta mantenimiento tanto al exterior como interior, no cuenta con alcance de WiFi, y hace falta aunque sea un frigobar y limpieza, el lugar es exclusivo con una vista excelente pero seria completo si llenara las expectativas de los clientes..

danieldK590YK

Cuidado porque no tiene lo que dice

Avaliou em 10 de março de 2018

El hotel no es feo. Las habitaciones son muy básicas pero limpias y con lo que se necesita para una corta estancia. Tiene bonita vista. Lastimosamente en donde hicimos la reservación por internet dice que tiene restaurante y hasta te ofrece por 100 pesos por persona desayuno y por 120 pesos almuerzo. Cuál es nuestra sorpresa que al llegar a las 7 de la noche un viernes, nos dicen no solo que est a cerrado el restaurante (lo cual lo imaginé por la hora) pero que no hay restaurante!!! Solo lo abren en Semana Santa, vacaciones grandes o congresos. Este hotel está en un pueblo algo remoto y sin grandes opciones de restaurantes. Terminamos comprando leche, jugo y sándwich en un Oxxo.

BadiaW

Todo mal

Avaliou em 12 de novembro de 2017

El hotel está feo y sucio huele muy mal. Cuando abrí la regadera para bañarme salió agua café sucia. Mis sábanas tenían manchas de sangre. En las páginas de reserva dicen que aceptan tarjeta pero solo aceptan efectivo. Cuando íbamos al cajero a sacar efectivo nos hicieron quedarnos porque no nos fuéramos a ir sin pagar. De verdad todo todo todo mal. Hay como una iglesia cristiana al lado y a las 8 am empieza a cantar fuertísimo. Lugar feo sucio y mal servicio

Andrea V

Bueno

Avaliou em 5 de janeiro de 2015

Este hotel parece haber sido popular y exitoso en otra época. Es enorme, tiene instalaciones como de balneario pero no hay gente. Le hace falta manteniendo pero sin gente no hay cómo. En general está muy bien. La habitación que nos tocó tenía vista bonita. Intenté nadar pero el agua de una de las albercas era helada. No puedes pasar ahí el fin de semana sin salir. O igual con niños sí porque no les importa la temperatura del agua y hay mucho espacio para jugar. Nosotros lo utilizamos sólo para dormir porque fuimos a una boda a Las Estacas y era una excelente opción porque quedaba cerca, es cómodo y accesible en precio.

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