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Miss those details important that make the difference
Avaliou em 1 de Julho de 2014
I have stayed several times on this Hotel due business, so we have a preferred rate. Each room is different so each one has a charm, like an old country side house.
Hotel does not have parking, so you will have to leave your car at the street (is safe, but I rather a parking next to building) in some rooms there is a constant smell of humidity (as some of the rooms do not receive direct sunlight) good that some rooms you have a fireplace, bad as sometimes the wood is damp and you need to ask for assistance. bathroom are average but a couple of times I had to ask staff for help as no hot water was readily available. bathroom door in some rooms is only a glass door so little privacy is expected. If you are out after 11:00PM you might find the hotel closed! you need to knock and wake a guy who sleeps in frontdesk to open the door.
Good side is close to downtown and you can have best places just a couple of blocks away. You can pay an extra to have breakfast that is good and homemade, is served from 7:00 AM to 11:00 AM. Be aware that there is no WIFi nor business installations and staff is not very good with on line reservations. You'll better do this in the old way.
There are better options in town, this is not bad at all, but those details could make a better place to stay
Extortion at Check-In
Avaliou em 18 de Agosto de 2013
We booked a reservation through booking.com for a double bed room for 900 pesos.
When we arrived we were told by the receptionist that we would have to pay 1,250 pesos because booking.com had the wrong price.
When the receptionist called the manager she told him we arbitrarily wanted a lower price, and nothing about the booking she had in her hands.
We ended up going next door to Hotel Los Arcos which was far superior and actually cheaper (1000 MX in cash) for the 3 of us.
Lovely hotel in downtown Valle de Bravo
Avaliou em 1 de Novembro de 2012
Friends and i stayed here in two rooms last weekend. Rooms were charming, clean, and well-appointed. Common areas were also comfortable. Internet worked well in the rooms that were near the reception area, but not in all parts of the hotel. Staff was friendly. Beds were comfortable. Breakfast (included in the room rate) was complete and delicious, with many options. I would not hesitate to stay here again.
Stay in Avandaro, not in the downtown of Valle de Bravo
Avaliou em 18 de Março de 2008
Due to the three straight holidays in Mexico and the Semana Santa, few available rooms in Avandaro were unreasonably expensive. We were going to Valle de Bravo on our way back from Morelia to the D.F., as a brief stop, so we decided to stay in the downtown of Valle de Bravo. - A mistake from my part.
We opted for Hotel Tonancalli, which is a five-minute walk to the Zocalo. Thanks to the promotion, we only paid 550 pesos for a twin room and 500 pesos for a twin room of single use. This rate inlcuded tax. They do not serve breakfast.
The hotel seems charming, especially so are the entrance and common spaces. The rooms are very spacious, and some of them have fireplaces. The staffs are really kind and friendly. The hotel offers amenities such as shampoo, hair conditioner, soap, body lotion and towels.
At first glance, the room seemed clean, but the beadspread was really dirty, and the the cleaness of the room failed in details. The sheets were quite clean, though. My room in the ground floor faced the small patio, so i had to have the curtains drawn all the time for my privacy, which made the room dark.
The walls are really thin, so you can hear what your neighbours are talking or doing.
Since Valle de Bravo is a place to spend a lazy weekend, I would not recommend staying in the downtown, unless you are really into the Mexican culture. Instead, I would recommend Avandaro for a stay. With reason there were only few rooms available in Avandaro.
The main activities in Valle de Bravo is not cultural ones, but just taking a rest. The downtown is interesting for a first couple of hours, but heavy dust makes strolling unpleasant and difficult.
Since we live in the D.F., we will probably go to Valle de Bravo again. And next time, we will definitely stay in one of the fancy-looking hotels in Avandaro.
PESIMA ATENCIÓN TELEFÓNICA, NO SABEN NADA DE SU HOTEL!!!
Avaliou em 6 de Setembro de 2019
Llamé para hacer una reservación y la señora que contesta deja mucho que desear, no sabe nada del hotel, no da información, por ella no reservé. En definitivo no es la persona indicada para atender a nadie.
MA EUGENIA C