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OYO Hotel El Mineral, Tlalpujahua

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With a stay at OYO Hotel El Mineral in Tlalpujahua, you'll be within a 5-minute walk of López Rayon Brothers Museum and Sanctuary of Carmen. This hotel is 10.1 mi (16.3 km) from Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve and 11.1 mi (17.9 km) from Tepetongo Water Park.Make yourself at home in one of the 1...

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Quarto standard, 2 camas Queen

2 Queen Beds

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Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower, towels, and soap

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Quarto superior

1 King Bed

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Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower, towels, and soap

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Suíte standard

1 Queen Bed and 1 Twin Bed

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Sleep - Bed sheets

Bathroom - Priva...

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Max 3 adults

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Quarto triplo standard

1 Queen Bed and 1 Twin Bed

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Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower, towels, an...

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Quarto standard, 2 camas de solteiro

2 Twin Beds

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Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower, towels, and soap

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Max 2 adults

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7

Quarto standard

1 Queen Bed

Sleep - Bed sheets

Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower, towels, and soap

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Cancellation Policy

Amenities in this room:

Max 2 adults

Max 1 child -

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Property Info

With a stay at OYO Hotel El Mineral in Tlalpujahua, you'll be within a 5-minute walk of López Rayon Brothers Museum and Sanctuary of Carmen. This hotel is 10.1 mi (16.3 km) from Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve and 11.1 mi (17.9 km) from Tepetongo Water Park.Make yourself at home in one of the 17 guestrooms. Bathrooms with showers are provided.Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer.

López Rayon Brothers Museum - 0.2 km / 0.1 mi
Sanctuary of Carmen - 0.4 km / 0.3 mi
Dos Estrella Mine - 1.2 km / 0.8 mi
Rayón National Park - 1.4 km / 0.9 m...

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Check-in starts at: 14:00

Check-out ends at: 12:00

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Quirky, charming and comfortable

Reviewed 24 march, 2016

The first thing you notice when you enter the courtyard of this hotel is birdsong. There are two warblers in cages just inside the hotel's entrance, and one of them sings all day long. The next thing you notice is the intensely bright colors of the hotel's walls -- DEEP pink, and marine blue. There's a lovely mural painted on one wall, memorial in the day in the 1930's when half the town was washed away in a mine disaster. And then as you look around, you'll see dozens of calla lilies and some whimsical garden sculptures. When you go in the office to get your key, you'll see dozens of masks, papier-mâché figures, wood carvings, etc, etc. You could stay busy for hours, just looking around the office/dining room. We had a small room on second floor (#4, I believe). Twin beds, beautiful linens, wonderful tiles in the bathroom, very nice town scenes on the walls of the room. We were a little cramped for space -- but we were only in the room to sleep. All day long, we were out looking around the town. We didn't even try the TV, so I can't say if it worked. Our room was immaculate! We had a beautiful clay jar with filtered water just down the hall, and we helped ourselves to the clay cups that were hanging near the jar. The shower worked great! There was a lot of noise all night long from rockets/firecrackers being shot off in honor of the Virgin Mary, so sleep quality wasn't the greatest. As far as I could tell, thus was true all over Michoacan, all during Lent. We had been promised that there would be coffee available in the lobby, I believe at 8:00 AM, but that was not the case. There was NO ONE around at that time off day! Fortunately, the hotel is situated within easy walking distance of the entire center of town, so it only takes 5-10 minutes to get to restaurants, shops, the museum, and the churches. We were on a tour, and the price of the hotel was included, so I gave no idea if this hotel was a good bargain.

ComradeCamper

Good budget hotel

Reviewed 29 february, 2016

A group of five, just returned from a trip to see the Monarch Butterfly Reserve in Michoacan with guide Eric Miranda, owner of MundoMexico tours. We stayed in this small family run hotel located in the center of Tlalpuhahua, a town located near the reserve, and found the hotel comfortable, clean, quiet and charming. The hotel doesn't serve food, but our guide, Eric, is a friend of the family so we went to the market and he cooked a lovely dinner and breakfast for our group. My room was on the second floor, quiet, small but adequate with a bathroom and hot shower. We were there at the end of February and the weather was sunny and not very cold, and the room was warm and had plenty of blankets. However, during very cold weather in December, January or February, it could be cold so be prepared. It was difficult finding out information about this hotel, so this is how to get in touch with the owners: Filbert Marin Jimenez and Estela Colin de Marin Libertad No 47 Tlalpujahua,Mich. 61060 phone 01(711)158 0197 Good value for the price.

Edna D

Hotelito Limpio y suficiente para llegar a descansar. Excelente costo-beneficio.

Reviewed 19 february, 2018

En recorrido para el Santuario de Sierra Chincua, a una cuadra de la plaza principal y Convento se encuentra este hotel familiar. El hotel es pequeño, las habitaciones pequeñas y coloridas. Soy especialmente fisgona en cuanto al a limpieza y verdaderamente, esmerada limpieza. Nos quedamos en la Hab. 8 en el tercer y último piso. Camas muy cómodas, descansamos muy bien. Regadera deliciosa. Excelente relación costo - beneficio. Hab para 2 adultos y 1 niño $600

ruthesc68

Una de mis peores noches

Reviewed 6 august, 2017

Esta muy descuidado, sucio, los colchones malísimos termine con un dolor de espalda horrible, demasiadas arañas, todo se oye, no hay ventilación, no quisieron dar servicio de desayuno porque no había gente 🤦🏼‍♀️ y mal servicio. Hay mejores opciones de descanso, lastima que solo había cupo aquí.

dinorahg2015

Mala noche

Reviewed 16 november, 2016

No hay mucha opcion en el pueblo y por ser temporada navideña y tlalpujahua se dedica a la venta de esfera la demanda crece realmente el hotel me parecio malo 450 x noche con una cama en mal estado colchon viejo y las cobijas y sabanas no del todo limpias el estacionamiento solo es por la noche al salir me cobraron 15 x hora despues de las 11 am, debi preguntar algo pero 15 si no es una plaza. No repito villa del minero tiene una seccion semi nueva reserven con anticipacion.

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