Ratings based on 3 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 out of 5
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
3.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by Suzie from Boston, Ma.

Nice rooms in old house that have been restored.

Posted Mar 8, 2014
Pros: It´s personality and location, as well as the accesability to many tourist attractions. It is a no frills, safe and clean experience.
Cons: The floor of the room could be replaced and the decoration is a bit plain.
Location: Excellent street to walk, go to nearby restaurants and many bookstores . On weekends the nearby avenue offers concerts and an artisan market.
We love to stay in the historic center of the cities we visit. Trocadero Suites the rooms that are part of a 20's or 30's house that have been converted into suites of different sizes. Ours was the smallest and it was roomy, clean and had a refrigeratoor and coffee making facilities. A walk in ample shower with plenty of hot water,too. It is very accesible to many of the tourist attractions that are situated 3 blocks away. The bus is available right on the same street, and we also walked to the plaza mayor which is about 8 blocks away. Walking gave us a view of the old charming homes around the hotel, avenues that are filled with people listening to music, biking, etc. Trocadero Rooms and Suites are part of the Ganz Hotel properties. They offer stays in lovely homes that have been restored with respect to their historical value.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Families
by C.A.B. from Oxford, UK

Beautiful boutique apartment

Posted Apr 8, 2013 on Hotels.com
Our suite within the Trocadero was set in a courtyard, in the centre of which were a selection of flowers, plants and a lime tree in fruit. Later in our stay I was able to make limonada with fresh limes - incredible. The suite was an early 20th Century colonial style and comprised a super-king size bed, bathroom and 'kitchenette' which was actually a mini-fridge, coffee maker and cutlery. Although some of the furniture had seen better days and the wiring was a bit dodgy, we were totally enchanted with the whole apartment - especially the shower, a the water was very soft and smelled like it came from a mountain spring. We later learned that it came from nearby Lago Chapala. It's worth noting that the Mexican sewage system cannot handle toilet paper and so it must be discarded in the bin. Location-wise, the apartment is situated in a gated complex in a wealthy area of the city. We were around 20-30 minutes' walk away from the centre of town, and were surrounded by bars and restaurants. We were fortunate enough to have our own 'tour guide' in the form of my sister who lives in Guad. The local people are very friendly and like to chat! Overall, despite not being exactly as described, the Trocadero was perfect for us - we loved not having to walk through a reception and being able to come and go as we pleased in our 'own' space. The suite and surrounding gardens and other buildings had so much character and a wonderful relaxed atmosphere. We'd definitely stay again.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Business Travelers
by Felipe

Conveniently located and really clean

Posted Nov 20, 2012 on Hotels.com
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