Hotel Meson de Isabel

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Hotel Meson de Isabel features a business centre, restaurant and free Wi-Fi throughout. It is located 300 m from Querétaro Main Square and 500 m from Avenida de los Arcos. The rooms offer a fan, desk and a private bathroom with shower. Some of the rooms come with cable TV. Guests can find a variety ...

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Hotel Meson de Isabel features a business centre, restaurant and free Wi-Fi throughout. It is located 300 m from Querétaro Main Square and 500 m from Avenida de los Arcos. The rooms offer a fan, desk and a private bathroom with shower. Some of the rooms come with cable TV. Guests can find a variety of restaurants within 500 m. This property is 500 m from Los Arcos gazebo and 300 m from Templo de la Cruz Church. Querétaro International Airport is 34 km away.

Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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    4

  • Very Good

    10

  • Good

    10

  • Reasonable

    4

  • Bad

    8

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  • Business

    2

  • Couples

    12

  • Solo travel

    4

  • Family

    9

  • Friends getaway

    5

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Horrific!!!

Reviewed 24 may, 2017

The hotel is partnered with different booking platforms such as trivago,booking ,etc.In these sites you book in one price and upon arrival you get a new price of course elevated!!!we made a big fuzz about it just to receive the answer "call whoever you want the price doesn't change but you will not find cheaper..and the owner does give a heck if he gets a penalty from these sights as he will have to pay only 100 pesos..." Being in the city for one night we decided not to start walking around with 2 huge backpacks so we stayed... The room super dirty ,filthy furniture and a mattress hard as table.super noisy as well.... I don't have words to describe this experience... Querétaro though is a very nice city,worth visiting but save your self the torture and stay somewhere else..,

Rosemary C

On a Quiet street but can get very noisy in the rooms

Reviewed 21 march, 2017

When I checked in around 10 am was told the room was not available. However, they offered me a room at their sister property across the street at Cinco de Mayo.I opted to stay and relaxed for a while in a room adjoining the restaurant and checked-in later after going out into the town. The staff were helpful and accommodating. I was given a room on the ground level near the stairs which was very noisy as the housekeeping staff were chatting and cleaning the rooms. I then requested to be moved and was given a room on level 3 towards the far end which had two queen size beds. The rooms are all built around an open atrium making it look very much like some kind of a hostel. Owing to the steel construction it can get very noisy. The doors are made of steel too with frosted glass allowing light into the rooms. The curtains to were not thick enough to prevent outside light from filtering in. The beds were comfortable and the bathroom was clean with hot water and clean towels. There was no bedside lamp or power sockets except for one by the TV. No mirror or hanging hooks in the room. Basically, very low frills. A few touches here and there could greatly improve this place. Breakfast was MXN 40 if booked in advance and no breakfast on Mondays since the restaurant is closed! However, the chilequilas was good with the egg, bread, juice and coffee. There was no other reasonable place for breakfast in the immediate vicinity so this is deft a good option. The hotel is good for its location on a quiet street and not far from the square.

AshleyC826

OK and Clean

Reviewed 24 september, 2016

Well we have been with an organized tour for about 3 nights there. The rooms and bathrooms were clean, the rest ok. The problem was in the morning you needed to reserve a breakfast the day before and there are just chilequilas (eggs with beans, tomato sauce, cream and nachos) available. You won´t find any breakfast around... the beds are very small for sleeping with to people in. It was ok but has more a hostel atmosphere than a hotel one. When it was (very) noisy at night no one of the hotel crew said sth. about that, so there was up till 5 am a very loud Party.

CorazonDelMar

The price is right, but no frills at all...

Reviewed 27 march, 2015

We (3 grown women) just got done staying 2 nights here. We were definitely impressed by the price and not having to share bathrooms. We got room 401, which is three full-size beds and a bathroom. We're used to staying in private rooms in hostels, so this was not hugely different. The bads: - Room was first from the entrance, meaning that we heard all things. - Room did not have windows, which made it hard to air anything out. - Slept with doors basically open to allow some air. - Lots of random noise at night and in the morning. The goods: - Location was great, with short walk to main squares. - Lots of good food and bars nearby. - Staff was super friendly. - Price was right.

gobidos

Beyond minimalist

Reviewed 7 june, 2014

This hotel is somewhat cheap but I still did not feel I got value for the low cost. The thin steel doors on the room allowed all sound from the lobby into my room. I was awoken at 1AM by guests returning to their room and again at 3AM by a pump in the main lobby that was so loud I thought it was an alarm. I had to get dressed at 3AM and find the manager to have him shut the noise off. The room did not have a reading light, only the overhead fan light that was the color of fluorescent. The only toiletries provided was a bar of soap. The mattress was stiff and the pillow was lumpy. This hotel is not close enough to el centro or cheap enough to warrant such lacking facilities. The only positive thing I can say is that the staff was very friendly.

Stan404