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It is a house of four corridors of the seventeenth century, considered by the National Institute of Anthropology and History of Mexico as a Historical Monument, remodeled and adapted to offer rooms and services with high quality standards to satisfy the most demanding tastes. One and a half blocks from the Ecclesiastic Walker 28 Rooms Restaurant and Cafeteria "Las Delicias" Free WI- FI Banquet Garden "El Edén" Lobby "El Encanto" Private parking Laundry and Dry Cleaning 24 hour medical service Liability insurance Integral service of Banquets, Congresses and Conventions Tourist carrier "El Pereg...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Nice rooms, great location, bit outdated and old fashioned
Reviewed 4 september, 2021
Value for money I guess, this hotel gets lots of one-night tour visitors, groups that check-in and out at odd times, Due to the covered courtyard it makes it very noisy. People can be very loud. The hotel itself shows old grandeur. It is old-fashioned yet well maintained. There is a nice parking garage and the hotel is in the middle of the city center. Electrical heating and extra blankets are available and every room has its own boiler for hot water, very nice hot showers!! Comfortable bed, nice room, good wifi. We had a mix-up at check-in, the person at the front desk thought we shortened our stay by one day, but did not ask that to confirm it, so we thought the hotel gave us an additional discount. Later that week another hotel in San Cristobal charged our credit card. As if the "discount" was withdrawn. No communication. We had to go to the front desk and ask about the payment and they confirmed that they thought we were staying one day less, and since we weren't they charged the credit card. It would be nice if they communicated that since we did not know why another hotel took money from our account. For the rest no complaints, nice affordable hotel. IT has a sort of tristesse to it when you look at the restaurant, which was always empty and desolated. But I would stay here again. Some COVID rules, gel, and such, but not stricks or consequent. a happy sign on my door telling me the room was disinfected, but I only saw housekeeping cleaning, no disinfection.
Friiendly, convenient, Colonial style courtyard
Reviewed 16 november, 2016
I stayed here for 3 days and enjoyed it. The rooms look out on a pretty, gardened courtyard, and there is a pizza restaurant and bakery next door. Just 3 blocks south of the main Plaza, very convenient. Plus i parked under the building. Found the room comfortable, colonial style --- and very reasonably priced.
Cold rooms, noisy, chaos in breakfast, but good location
Reviewed 25 november, 2015
Stayed there for 2 nights. Rooms are very basic and really cold. Check up for heater in the room. It's really needed. Our room was in ground floor. Windows open to courtyard and you hear clear and loud all talks when people passing your room. WiFi was promised in rooms, but in real life it did not work in any other place than reception. Hotel is ecologically unfriendly. They changed soap, towels, linen after 1st night with no need from our side. We tried breakfast only once. There was large group same time and hotel could not manage it. There was absolutely nothing - no plates, no food. Staff is friendly and they really tried, but it took 10 min just to get a plate. We gave up. Location is great. Couple minutes walk to central square.
Beautiful, small hotel in character with a beautiful small city
Reviewed 14 january, 2015
We accidentally found D'Monica near the main square (Zocalo) of San Cristobal driving south from the southern highlands of Mexico to Guatemala. Rooms are comfortable, staff is very friendly, a courtyard filled with tropical plants, and very reasonable, $42 for a room with two double beds. Most important it has off street, secure parking. It is a block from pedestrian malls, blocking narrow streets from car traffic. There are many indigenous people selling their wares in these walking malls.
Reviewed 31 march, 2014
I should have checked Tripadvisor before staying here. The hotel is a short walk into the centre of town. From the outside the hotel looks promising. But, my room was small, cold and uncomfortable. There was a heater. The staff were reasonably friendly and the internet was good. I have 3 complaints: 1. Staff walk the corridors all night, talking loudly, even at 3am. They constantly mop the floors, even at 3am, loudly moving buckets and trolleys. 2. The hotel attracts tour groups. Large ones. When I was stayed a group of 30 French tourists also stayed. They weren't quiet and hotel staff couldn't cope with their demands. The walls between the rooms are very thin and checkout took 1hr. 3. My bed was uncomfortable ..... could feel the springs in the mattress. It's not an exprensive hotel, but not worth the money.