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Property LocationWith a stay at Hotel Arrecife de Coral in San Cristobal de las Casas (Santa Lucía), you'll be a 4-minute walk from Arches of Carmen and 5 minutes by foot from Santo Domingo Handicraft Market. This hotel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Museo de San Cristóbal and 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Plaza de La Paz. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer.
- Arches of Carmen - 0.3 km / 0.2 mi
- Santo Domingo Handicraft Market - 0.4 km / 0.3 mi
- Church of San Cristobal - 0.5 km / 0.3 mi
- Plaza de La Paz - 0.5 km / 0.3 mi
- Museo de San Cristóbal \...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Reviewed 17 february, 2020
Spent two nights in San Christobel at this hotel. It was a reasonable base to see the town and the local sights. We only had the continental breakfast on the last morning which wasn’t that good - the juice came from a carton and the bread was a bit too sweet for my liking.
Nice hotel near the city center
Reviewed 22 september, 2019
Nice hotel with clean/spacious rooms and bathroom near the Zócalo (city center). The staff is friendly and they offer a great breakfast. It is a five minute walk from the hotel to the bars and restaurants in center of San Cristobal.
Extremely noisy and unfriendly staff
Reviewed 27 april, 2019
The walls of this hotel are made of paper; you can hear someone using the blowdryer 3 rooms further down the hallway. During our stay there was a group of 25-30 teenagers partying plus a wedding, with loud music until 4 in the morning. Even after complaints the staff did nothing except trying to sell (!!!) us earplugs for 60 peso’s per person. At 8 in the morning the hotel personell decided it to be the perfect time to start rebuilding a broken bed in the garden which woke everyone up. The people at the desk are rude, unfriendly and couldn’t care less. Especially the lady working at the evening is a real charm, not. The rooms smell funky, the electronic doorkey never works so you need to head to the reception every time you want to enter your room, and the WiFi doesnt work. Worst hotel ever. Avoid by all means.
A delightful hotel in an excellent location
Reviewed 20 november, 2018
This is a lovely hotel, and such a welcome situation surrounding a garden and fountain. A very welcome prospect after Mexico City. We had two nights here and plenty of time to see the sights of this attractive mountain town.We were told it would be chilly, but it was very pleasant. Our room was compact but clean and comfortable. The breakfast was good, and the staff helpful and friendly.
Nice property; some rooms need attention
Reviewed 18 november, 2018
I had room 310 on the upper level of the hotel (there are two floors). It is nice size with two double beds, a flat screen TV (no remote in room). Wi-fi is best at non-peak times. It is a well-used room and could use some attention: * the rod from the towel rack in the bathroom is missing * the pull-out clothesline is missing the cord - so it is non-useable * there are only three non-removable hangers; the fourth is missing If you stay here, bring a power strip. There is only one electrical outlet in the room, thankfully it is by the bed. Be sure to close the window in the bathroom as it gets very cold at night (I was there in November). There are ample extra blankets available on the shelf above the clothes rack. I do want to mention that the staff is very honest.I left my travel money out by mistake while I was gone for the day, and it was not touched. There were two groups staying on the property and the restaurant prepared a breakfast buffet for 95 pesos that included everything, except the tip. The tacos restaurant across the street is excellent. It has an open kitchen, friendly waiters and a good menu. Portions are huge.