We went on a tour of Mexican colonial cities in September and by far this hotel was the star of the trip. The decoration was impeccably done, colonial with a mix of modern blown glass and Mexican art. Everywhere one looked there was a treasure for one's eyes! The patio was laden with green plants and a nice fountain.
The rooms were wonderful too, high ceilings, nice bedspreads, blending in the with colonial architecture.
This would be our hotel of choice if we return to Morelia which is a very representative town of the best of Mexico. The hotel is walking distance from the Centro Historico.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- XVII century colonial building decorated with a vast collection of works of art, paintings and furniture and antiguos.Modernas Charming rooms furnished with fine marble details, onyx, wood and quarry, retaining its essence colonial.Galardonado I have one of the colonial patios most beautiful of the former Valladolid. Located in the heart of the historic center of Morelia, near the most representative attractions of the city ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- De La Soledad Morelia
- De La Soledad Hotel