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Opinión escrita el 22 de Julio de 2016
La locación era perfecta para los fines de mi viaje. Encuentras de todo alrededor y la vista al parque es encantadora. Pero OMG cuando llegas a la habitación en lugar de llevarte el dulce y acogedor encanto de un lugar con una arquitectura y los años que debe tener este, todo lo que percibes es que el hotel realmente podría beneficiarse de una limpieza. Además de un muy merecido cambio de sábanas, televisión y aire acondicionado. El dueño es un señor grande que te atiende con mucha amabilidad y un toque de desconfianza, pay on front and a 5 dls fee for a control remote that doesn't work and a key! Aún no entro al baño, el wifi funciona yeii!!!
Kind of cool, if you're into the history
Opinión escrita el 14 de Febrero de 2018
I picked the Rialto Hotel due to its proximity to the Mexican Consulate, and the border. I've been living in Mexico and had to apply for a new visa, and the closest border I could drive to is Laredo. The hotel has a certain charm, but not necessarily the kind of charm that I enjoy. I do appreciate the history of the building, but in another way it's really old and it shows. My reservation, made nearly 2 weeks in advance, was for a King bed, but when I got there they only had a double bed, with two beds in the room. The mattress sits on a wooden frame with very sharp corners, so watch your shins when walking around (scraped mine twice). No outlet available for the night stand, which was a bit of a pain, but there are others in the room for recharging batteries. The shower was fairly small, and the bathroom itself equally small; in fact, the entire room was pretty small compared to other more modern hotels. The restaurant was okay, but the menu was only in Spanish (no English version), and they only stayed open until 3pm. I was led to believe there was a bar, but there isn't, and no mini fridge or microwave in the room either. WiFi was actually pretty good, and it was free, so kudo's for that. The hotel staff were really great, so there's another plus. If I do ever have to make the trip again I'll most likely choose a different place to stay, but if you're a real history buff, you might want to consider staying at the Rialto.
Opinión escrita el 10 de Agosto de 2012
I have lived at The Rialto Hotel for over three years. It's safe, clean and feels like you stepped into the past with modern twists, like internet and cable. I am on a first name basis with owners and the people who work here. Consequently, they go out of their way to make your stay here pleasant. I enjoy a beautiful view from the fourth floor to the park and the post office. The has the covenience of an HEB not more than a block away and few restaurants and bars close by. What can I say, you are in the heart of the downtown area. I'm lucky to stay here
Very good convenient lodging
Opinión escrita el 23 de Mayo de 2009
This is the third time we stayed in Rialto Hotel, in Laredo, Texas. The boutique atmosphere is excellent. The staff is bilingual, kind and always with a disposition to help. The location (half a mile from the Rio Grande) is very convenient: stores and restaurants are very at hand, and the municipal bus depot is across the street, so you can go to other stores such as the ones in Mall del Norte. My wife is always pleased when we stayed in that hotel.
Liked the Rialto--It Has Potential
Opinión escrita el 27 de Octubre de 2006
I was happy to see this recently renovated property located in a historic building in Laredo's center. In some respects, a very good experience but in many areas it has a ways to go to reach its potential.
My room was adequately furnished but really not what I expected here. One very uncomfortable chair in the room and the fridge and microwave listed when I made my reservation did not exist. One window in room cracked with what appeared to be a bullet hole. Bathroom had a prefab shower, not up to the standard expected here.
Apparently the lobby is very nice when set up as a lobby but while I was there, it had tables set up to accomodate overflow from the restaurant from a weekend special event. Also, in my opinion, the ties with Seattles Best coffee were a bit over hyped with their advertising on almost every item in the hotel, it seems.
A very warm, welcoming staff which quickly made you feel at home. The general manager was very gracious if a bit distracted at times by too many duties. Seems he did everything from restaurant waiter to desk clerk at times. But a very gracious man with a very gracious staff.
All in all , a good experience and a good hotel which I am sure will improve in time. I will return.