The "arco" rooms where I stayed are in a 3 floor no elevator building all facing an inner courtyard with a pool. The "deluxe" rooms are in a taller building with elevator.
This was a comfortable, safe and reasonably priced place for an overnight stay. I plan to use this hotel again when passing through Veracruz.
Old Dave from Toronto
Situated near the airport, in Veracruz, this hotel is in the same area as Hospital Pemex, Veracruz Cathedral, and Veracruz …More
We stayed at this hotel because it is close to a hospital where we were visiting a friend. It is a small, clean, but uninspiring hotel. It has a small pool and a restaurant with basic food. The place is ok for sleeping and taking a shower, but don't expect more. It is a 5 minute walk to the beach which is uninspiring either. One thing we apreciated was the Air Conditioning, it worked really good, this is important because in Veracruz it can get very hot and humid.
Eduardo III from Puebla, Mexico
Situated near the airport, in Boca del Rio, this hotel is close to University of Veracruz, World Trade Center Veracruz, and …More
Great hotel, a little far from the malecon and plaza but great if you want to rest you could pay about 50pesos for a taxi to drive you to the malecon have fun and then come back and have a good night sleep. Very clean and the staff very nice. Enjoyed our stay.
Jessica from Los Angeles, CA, USA
Lois Hotel is a beautiful hotel located in Veracruz on the coastal boulevard, facing the ocean. The property features a …More
Mocambo is SUPERB
It's an old hotel with all the amenities of a resort of the 1930's. The tiling on the walls of beautiful pictures and the stain glass windows were lovely. There is an indoor ballroom and an outdoor ballroom, a movie room, gift shop, indoor pool and sauna and spa and outdoor pool with water slide and nice chairs and atmosphere. The beach was not cleaned, and that is the only upgrade they needed to do. the room was large with a nice ac unit that didn't blow on the beds! The staff was excellent. Spanish was necesssary to make your stay more comfortable, but that was Veracruz. No Americans for 10 days. There were some English speakers at the desk and we got along OK with a little Spanish knowledge..The public bus service was good and the town was about a 15 minutes ride along the malecon.
The 4 star Hotel Mocambo was built in the 1940s by Spanish architects who gave it a spectacular Mediterranean type setting …More