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This hotel lies in the historical town centre, just 10 minutes from the exhibition centre. The city museum and an art museum are both very close by. The international airport at Bajío is 30 km away. A total of 95 rooms, spread over 5 floors, are on offer in this hotel, which was originally built in 1937 and restored in 2006. At the hotel restaurant, Cristallo, both traditional and international food is served, and in Escocés Bar guests may enjoy live piano music and order from an extensive and varied drinks menu. The hotel also offers function rooms for 25-100 people. Room service is available...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
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The Hotel is very dated with some charm
Reviewed 20 january, 2020
First of all, I have stayed at quite a few hotels during my travels. This was a unique experience as I was told that this hotel was the oldest in the city which I found intriguing at first. First of all, I loved the lobby, is has this traditional feel to it which was great. The elevator is manually operated which I found very pleasing as it was a first for me. The staff were extremely helpful and accommodating, without a doubt top-notch service with a personal feel to it I can't say enough about how great they were. The artwork in the hotel has a warm feeling to it which I enjoyed. I didn't try the restaurant but it was always very busy and they has a small band playing instrumental music that was easy to relax to. Once I got to my room is when that charm began to wear off. the room was big with plenty of closet room. The bed was somewhat stiff but still comfortable. The carpet was dated with a couple of bearly noticeable stains. The outlets were two-prong which could be a problem for some laptops. To me, attention to detail is the key for a nice room. The bathroom was extremely small and the shower door had a small crack. The showerhead, on the other hand, had quite a bit of build-up, and the was a piece of the counter was missing. Now I was told that some parts of the hotel were being renovated but for the rooms that are being given to guests things like these should be looked at. As a solo traveler, I really don't mind but for couples and families, I'm not so sure. The wifi in my room was a little weak but usable, but I have internet service in Mexico and my provider had service at the hotel so I logged in with my account details and I was online. I don't really know if someone without Mexican internet would be able to connect.
The building is old but has an art deco charm to it...not suited for the hi tech minded .
Reviewed 24 may, 2018
My wife and my self stayed only one night so our stay was not long. I can only say the building was old and needed maintenance but had an old charm to it. The carpets and bathrooms needed refurbishing but overall the guest room we had was clean and comfortable and we slept soundly. Do not stay here if you want Hi-tech and modern the place is old and even a little rundown.The restaurant is delicious and the staff very friendly. We had a delicious breakfast to start our day.
Chiles enogados. the best in mexico
Reviewed 26 july, 2014
There is a well known restaurant at leon hotel for its famous Chile enogado. A chile fillet with minced meat and a special souce based on walnut, specias and pomgranade topping. A must if you are in leon guanajuato.
Basic Hotel in Downtown Leon
Reviewed 22 may, 2014
I was visiting friends in Leon Mexico this past weekend and needed to a relatively inexpensive spot to stay. I booked the Junior Suite because it was a pretty decent price, but it didnt have the look and feel of the sort of "Junior Suites" I was used to seeing here in the states. It is an older building, but didnt have a run down feeling to it. The staff was pretty accommodating with holding our luggage and letting me check in a bit earlier than the 3pm check in time. The room overlooked one of the streets on Downtown Leon, but wasnt took loud at night which was a plus. My only real complaint about this hotel was that the bed was fairly hard and was a little hard to sleep on. We were able to get extra pillows to make it a bit more comfortable though. There is a restaurant and bar there as well. I wasn't able to try the food there, but the hotel is connected to a large plaza in downtown that is filled with many food and drink options.
Great value, delicious restaurant
Reviewed 27 march, 2011
If you're looking for a decent inexpensive place to stay, this is your place. It's an older building, but it has its charms. It's a great value and an excellent location right on the zocalo. Even if you don't stay at the Hotel, try their restaurant. A long time favorite of locals, the food is superb. If you happen to come in late summer or fall be sure to try their chile enogadas. While this is not a five star place, it has character. I found it clean and experienced a friendly staff.