We stayed here on our second night driving down from San Diego. The town was the perfect distance from El Rosario to get us off the highway before dark and that is about the best thing I can say about anything we found there.
We were driving a Mercedes convertible and the road from the highway up to the hotel was about the worst we drove the entire trip. It was part dirt part very - extremely - large cobblestones. The parking was out in the open off to the side of the hotel.
The hotel itself could be quite charming if it was in better repair. The place has an air of neglect and the staff member on the desk was somewhat surly which didn't improve our impression. We would have gone to another hotel but it was getting late and any port in a storm so to speak. The bannister up the stairs to our room was loose and some of the bannister around the open gallery in front of the rooms on the second floor was also loose. The lock on the door to the room was more of a bathroom lock than a hotel room lock. I honestly would not have stayed there if I had been traveling alone.
The room could have had a nice view had their been a window looking out on the gallery but there wasn't. Instead there was a teeny tiny window facing the back that I'd have needed a chair to look out of. The bed was OK, not really uncomfortable but not comfy either. The a/c unit was old and extremely noisy and didn't have enough power to cool down the bathroom but with the bathroom door shut it rumbled and rattled the room bearably cool. The night was hideously humid - one of the worst I've ever experienced in 14 summers in Pacific Mexico - so we couldn't really sit outside. The shower head was aimed a the floor and didn't have a spray good enough to rinse the shampoo out of my hair.and there was a slight sewage smell from the drain but the bathroom and the room in general were clean.
The hotel did allow pets - we were traveling with one of our dogs - but the price for this pokey little practically windowless room with a small bottle of water in a carafe and no coffee maker was priced high at $700 pesos per night.
The entire town could be very charming with the quaint French colonial architecture but it is all so run down and in such a state of disrepair it is instead just rather depressing.