This is a really beautiful hotel on the inside. The rooms are small but comfortable with cable t.v. (with remote for $100 pesos deposit [about $10 USD]) There is no airconditioning but room does have a fan. The bathroom is basically a really large shower stall with a sink and toilet in the same space. It wasn't bad though. The room I had had 2 doors that open onto a small balcony overlooking the street. There were 2 double beds, a small dresser with an attached mirror and small night stand between the beds with a telephone. In the lobby they have a small locked refridgerator with soda, water and beer if you want to buy a drink. There is also 1 computer with internet access and a sign that says $20 pesos ($2 USD) per hour, but I don't think they really charge it uless you offer the $$ or onless you are on-line for an extended period of time. The only annoying thing about this place is that you have to be buzzed in when you come in and get buzzed out when you want to leave. It was really only annoying when I wanted to leave late at night as the night staff seems to close the door behind the desk and they go to sleep in the small room back there. They never give you a problem and it really isn't a big deal, but if you want a drink late at night from that locked refridgerator, you actually will have to wake them up, where as if you are just leaving, you just ring the bell and the buzz you out without even coming out from behind the closed door. All in all, I would definately reccomend this place without hesitation and would also stay there again. The current price for a one person per night (April 2006) is $330 pesos per night not $260 as their website still states. I think they charge like $30 pesos more for an extra person. Totally a bargain. If street noise doesn't bother you , definately request a room overlooking the street. They will actually show you a few rooms before you make your choice if you ask.
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