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Calle Adelita 28, Playa la Madera, 40894 Zihuatanejo, Gro., Mexico - Zihuatanejo, Guerrero - México - 40894
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Favorite little hotel in "Z".
Avaliou em 20 de janeiro de 2020
We have been returning year after year before going to our stay at a resort. We love the location to all the different little restaurants on Calle Adelitas. It is amazing how many restaurants that have sprung up since the street had been closed and reopened. So many now offer the grilling on the street. A few it seams on some nights to have reservations. If we don't have reservations at our favorite and is full, we will just walk along until we find one that has what we want. The hotel is small and have guest that return year after year and your choice of rooms may not be available in the high season. The returning guest will make reservations while there to make sure of the choices available at the time. We have have waited a week before making reservations and the room we wanted will not be available.
Great little boutique hotel, with easy access
Avaliou em 26 de dezembro de 2019
Villas Mercedes is a lovely little boutique hotel, very close to El Centro of Zihua. The employees were all so friendly and helpful. Our room had everything we needed, and the hotel is located within easy access of everything we needed. The price was right as well. There is a nice pool and deck area to lounge at if you don't go to the beach, and it is easy to walk or take a collectivo pretty much anywhere we wanted to go.
Small, Quiet, Location
Avaliou em 24 de novembro de 2019
It ticks all our boxes. Small, quiet and a great location. Only seven room, most have kitchens and balcony. Clean, friendly staff. Located on restaurant row and one block to Playa La Madera. Walkable to downtown Zih. We've stayed here a few times. There has always been a good mix of guest...friendly. Can't complain about the price...around $30.00 a day. We usually combine a few days here with another week elsewhere on the beach.
A rest home for the elderly, unfamiliar and afraid tourist
Avaliou em 27 de março de 2019
A great location for people who really would rather not be in Mexico, just somewhere warm and sunny, surrounded by gringos, Canadians and Quebecois. Rooms are clean, comfortable, (except for the rock like pillows, some choice perhaps?), in a building with more lock up security than Alcatraz, which I’m sure makes the majority of fearless tourists feel safe but tends to be a real inconvenience with a pocketful of keys to deal with. The weird electrical set-up and spotty wifi are off-putting, and small maintenance issues - falling apart paper holder, window screens held in place with tape are typical small hotel Mexican issues. So ... if you are uncomfortable around locals, feel insecure in your ability to deal with normal travel issues, and your normal holiday routine is a cruise or a condo, then this definitely is an adventure for you, but one that will make you feel safe, as well as brave. Prices vary throughout the year and the fact that people consider the prices inexpensive just highlights my previous thoughts on the type of people who stay here, most of whom never seem to leave the compound. But, overall, a nice place, always full.
Avaliou em 24 de março de 2019
We’ve stayed here before and lived it, but are now finding the cons outweigh the pros and have decided we won’t likely return. The location and price are both great and the room an common areas are clean. However guests are given one set of keys on a single welded ring. This ring holds your room key and also the safe key and key to open the balcony door....it also holds the key required to turn the power and air conditioning on. So....you want to open your safe at night? Remove keys and run over to safe only to have the lights go out just as you get to it. Want to go out on the deck at night? Same thing. So you’ll require a flashlight and an extra hand to do either of those things at night. It’s also the key to get in and out at night so you’ve no option to stay in if your travel partner wants to go out, as you’ll lose air con and light. Add to that - they’ve a wooden bed stand that is exactly positioned to break your toes. Both of us jammed our toes several times (you can’t let your guard down!) and met a fellow guest who’d missed an excursion after injuring his foot on the bed corner. I think we are getting to the point where those little comforts (like constant electricity when you need it and, well, toes without bruises) are a necessity rather than an option...will try somewhere else next time.