Walking distance from anything you would ever wish to see in old Morelia.
A beautful patio - lush nice plant and flower arrangements, very nice original fountain in the centre.
Makes you feel as much in colonial Mexico as it can get.
Breakfast is good and staff are very friendly.
Rooms adequate to very nice, though the bathroom a bit below standard (there could be more electric outlets in the room and bathroom), very small shower cabin. Good bed.
Double glazing windows reduces street noise considerably, though some is still audible.
Excellent price to quality ratio.
The fireplaces are now a mere decoration as open fires are no longer allowed downtown (hotels on the hill a bit removed from downtown might still have them, though, it that is what you are looking for).
If you come by car: the hotel has a valet parking service; it can take ca 10 minutes until they get your car from the hotel's garage, but that is perfectly OK.
- Also Known As:
- De La Soledad Morelia
- De La Soledad Hotel
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Where the past, Becomes present. The building of the Hotel De La Soledad from the XVII century has been awarded because it has one of the most beautiful colonial patios of the city of Morelia. The Hotel De La Soledad is located in the Historical Downtown of Morelia (World Heritage Site by the UNESCO) one block away from the cathedral; the Hotel offers the opportunity to enter in the roots and the spirit of the city, with all the services and facilities of the present world. ... more less
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