Ratings based on 7 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.9 Room cleanliness
4.9 Service & staff
4.7 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Andrea
Cozy, rustic hotel close to Coyoacán plazaPosted Jun 18, 2014
Pros: I loved the location, the garden, and the house itself.
Cons: The information Expedia has for each room could be improved. One of the rooms does not have a bathroom attached to it.
Location: Coyoacán is one of the most charming parts of Mexico City. There are several museums (Frida, Diego, Trotsky), restaurants, and shops to explore.
My husband and I were very impressed with this bed and breakfast. We arrived and were greeted by Rosa, who was extremely helpful during our stay. The house itself is beautiful with rustic, Mexican decorations and plenty of books about Mexican art, culture, and food. The highlight of this home is the gorgeous gardens. It truly is an oasis in the city. I liked how quiet and tranquil it was and the fact that it is so close to the plaza. It is in walking distance from the Coyoacán square, and there are an abundance of restaurants, cafés and shops to explore in the area. We truly enjoyed coming back to the house and being able to rest. The beds were incredibly comfortable, and there were other details too---the artisan soaps for the bathroom, the amazing coffee in the room, and the laid back atmosphere.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great little place!Posted Oct 18, 2013
This hotel is a great gem. If you are looking for great hospitality and to move away from huge hotels, this is the place. I've stayed there twice and I highly recommend it.
for Personal Eventby E Castro
Quiet getaway in the big cityPosted Aug 27, 2013 on Hotels.com
The room was incredibly clean and large and the staff were extremely friendly and attentive to our needs. I loved how the courtyard appeared to be a tiny oasis away from the noisy and hectic city. Really close to a bunch of amazing museums and delicious restaurants.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Very cute and confortablePosted Sep 28, 2012 on Hotels.com
Cosy, clean, good service, great neighborhood... GREAT small little hotel
by MarMar from Los Angeles, CA
Ok but not for the pricePosted Jun 26, 2012
Pros: Staff and location
Cons: No bathroom in room and very hard to find
The staff was nice and friendly but I was disappointed that I paid so much and didn't even have a bathroom in the room. I had to walk out the hall to use the restroom and shower. The hotel description didn't state this. Both mornings I was woken up around 7am due to the constant phone ringing of the phone 6 inches from the outside of my door. Breakfast was decent but the second day they didn't have the choices advertised so I actually only ate fruit. Every single taxi that dropped me off got lost so I always paid more since the meter was running. I took pics of the toilet seat with the cut and the peeling shower ceiling. If The rate for the room was half what I paid it would hae been worth it. However, for that price I wouldn't recommend this. I went solo (female) and didn't feel safe walkig around at night. The streets aren't well lit and it gets kind of eerie and lonely. About half a mile from the metro stop and the downtown Coyoacan area and a mile from the Frida Kahlo museum.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Lovely!Posted Jun 7, 2012
We had a wonderful stay. Beautiful little place in lovely area walking distance to center of town. Delicious breakfasts too.
for Everyoneby Bill from Winston-Salem, NC, USA
Serendipitous Discovery in CoyoacánPosted Apr 4, 2012
Location: Hidden away in Coyoacán, a delightful respite from the City, but handy to everything.
I discovered this delightful casita entirely by accident on the internet. Of many places that I have stayed all over the world, this is my favorite. It provides clean and comfortable rooms, a lovely courtyard garden, and a delicious breakfast in a secluded setting a brief and pleasant walk from Coyoacán's Jardin del Centennari and Plaza Hidalgo, with over a dozen restaurants, several of them excellent. Coyoacán itself (which does not permit hotels) is a welcome respite from the city yet is handy to transportation to everywhere. The housekeeper and the manager are altogether gracious and accommodating. On any future visit to Mexico City, I would not think of staying elsewhere. (Tip: Print out a map with the location marked for the taxi from the airport.)