Well, last time i was there , there was this woman and she was very rude and i still can understand why , however i went back this time and this time it was awesome , i like where the Hotel is situated , it's perfect to have a very nice sleep without any noise at all , mmm well maby a bit of noise from people who choose to stop and talk in the hallways at 7 am but other than that i was and am very happy and if i ever go back to Zacatecas i will for sure satay i the same Hotel , so thank you and the Hotel staff for makinf my satay so nice .
Willy from Edmonton, Canada.
We are an independent Hotel 100 percent Mexican. Our mission is to give our clients the best service at the best price …More
The hotel is not bad. The pictures given were a bit exaggerated. Rooms were ok, and perhaps good value for the cost, but I had better. There was pictures indicating billiards and casino/gambling, but there arn't so this is misrepresented. Service is decent, but you must mind that this hotel location is in the middle of the highway intersections. and is about 20 mins away from downtown. The surroundings if you are a tourist without a car is that they don't have anything of convenience. So if you are hungry at night there will only be the vending machine to help you with that.
As for the PROS this place has a VERY well equipped gym and decent sized pool. The wireless internet here is also decent speed (but without password protection), as they also have a business center to support your internet, printing needs. They have a conference room, and the exterior of the hotel is decently done. AC, flat screen tv, hot water, works.
Traveller from Los Angeles
Hotel Hacienda del Bosque, a modern, deluxe hotel is located in one of northern Mexico s most charming and historic colonial …More
Hotel is nice, very good location, with attentive staff. The rooms are kept clean and a large bottle of water is complimentary, however the beds are hard and bed linens and towels are stained and tattered. It is pretty noisy, We were on the 3rd floor tucked in a corner and we could hear people laughing in the lobby. Luckily it was for short periods of time. The most annoying thing was their television reception, we had to have someone come up to our room every night to help us set the television to get digital reception. The staff was very nice about it, but it was ridiculous that we needed someone to come up and help.
MK from Chicago
Situated in the historical district, this hotel is close to Sierra de Alicia Park, Bicentennial Plaza, and Autonomous …More