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The hotel is located in the heart of the historical centre, only 100 m from the Amparoa Museum and 10 minutes from the Convention Centre. The hotel building was built between the end of the 16th century and the end of the 17th century, and features elements from the Baroque period. The hotel interiors are decorated according to contemporary style, yet still retain their original style. The property comprises a total of 17 exclusive rooms and offers a range of amenities including an entrance hall with 24-hour reception and check-out service, a hotel safe, a currency exchange facility, a cloakro...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Food & Beveragerestaurant
Business Facilities / FacilitiesTake in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.
Reception servicesLuggage storage
San Sabastion History
Reviewed 13 february, 2019
I am not a person who is interested in history, but Gabriel the guide made it fun to learn all about the town and its history.The lunch provided was authentic and very tasty, the staff did a great job. Really enjoyed the tiquiila tour and the tips to cook with it. Overall, it was a good day!
Reviewed 22 april, 2017
All I need is a clean quiet safe and convenient place. Check, check, check and check. Very close to the Zocalo. We walked or took city transportation everywhere. I'm not interested in being a professional critic. Met my expectations at a reasonable price. I would stay again.
Stunningly beautiful property
Reviewed 18 march, 2017
We stumbled upon this property and couldn't have been more happy. We arrived at CAPU and randomly headed towards Zocolo and looked for a place to stay the night. We loved the place so much we stayed a second night and would have stayed a third if our flights out of Mexico City wasn't so early. Rooms were big and beautiful, courtyard with side rooms were appealing and comfortable and the location was ideal to the center. Highly recommend this hotel.
Reviewed 24 february, 2017
The room on the first floor was large, but really dark. The common areas are furnished with antiques and the area is bright. Our mayor problem with this hotel was the indifference of the staff at the front of the house. They were either on their phones, computer or talking with other staff. We had to ask for an area map and they couldn't provide any basic information about the area. We had to pull our own luggage through the common area in spite of my travelling companions mobility issues, a service we would have happily paid for. This was a return visit for us on our way to and from Oaxaca. We returned because we had excellent service from the man at the front desk on our way to Oaxaca. On our return we decided to stay for three days. Sadly, the service was the opposite in spite of a number of staff turnovers. Would now not return.
Colonial charm with basic amenities
Reviewed 11 january, 2017
This colorful, colonial charmer was very pleasant, and the room was huge with a convenient mini fridge. However, we had no hot water during our two-night stay. Wifi was spotty, but that's to be expected in an old place. The location is great, and the staff was very nice. Bottom line: if charm and location are more important than hot water and dependable wifi, then you'll be very happy.