Finding an ideal romantic hotel in Taxco does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Los Arcos, a nice option for travelers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV and a desk, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Hotel Los Arcos features a 24 hour front desk, a rooftop terrace, and shops, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts an on-site restaurant.
Given the close proximity to Ex-convento de San Bernardino de Siena (0.1 mi), guests of Hotel Los Arcos can easily experience one of Taxco's most popular landmarks.
If you are looking for some good spots to eat nearby, you may want to check out Rosa Mexicano (0.2 mi), Del Angel Inn Restaurante (0.0 mi), or Restaurante Hosteria Bar El Adobe (0.2 mi), all of which are within walking distance of Hotel Los Arcos.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Santa Prisca de Taxco (0.0 mi), Zócalo (0.0 mi), and Mina de Taxco (0.3 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
Hotel Los Arcos puts the best of Taxco at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Los Arcos is a charming traditional Mexican hotel. Beautiful courtyard, rooms and adjacent restaurant and close to the zocalo. My top hotel stay in Mexico! Would definitely stay here again and longer.
We loved staying in this gorgeous hotel, contemplating its history and looking at the beautiful town from the rooftop. We had a very warm welcome and got help figuring out how to park the car nearby and how/what to pay. Great location, right in the city's charming center. The only problems I can think of are that noise carries in the hotel, so if you're a light sleeper you might want to ask them if there are any rooms that aren't as noisy. Our room was next to the restaurant area where people had a party.
Overall we had a very good experience at the hotel. We stayed one night in room 35 (important to know). The hotel is quaint and the room is basic but very nice room. We had a nice view from our room. Staff was very friendly and it seems safety was a priority. Unfortunately, we did not have a chance to try the restaurant but it sure looked nice. Unfortunately we had a few things we feel we must share. Even though it is advertised parking was not included. They did explain they had problems with the contract they had with the parking garage. Another problem was noise. Unfortunately, the room was very noisy and guests arriving to the room next to us after 11pm were not very considerate. A problem I want to highlight were possible bed bugs. The day we checked out I noticed a couple of bite marks on my arm. I consulted with a physician and he told me they were flea bites. It is very important because fleas can transmit diseases.…
We stayed two nights in this hotel and it was good stay. The hotel is beautiful and very nice , clean and most importantly best location , close to everything ! They imposed masking and sanitizing . We were sprayed with sanitizer when we checked which is very good . Only one is allowed at the reception area . We were given a big double room, except the bathroom was very smelly , the shower has no pressure . The front desk were not very helpful , rude at times . We asked if we could borrow utensils to bring to our room , they would not give us any , instead the lady from the kitchen charged us $10 for 2 disposable plastic spoons and a knife ! What a ripped off ! Lastly , we were charged more than what Hotels.com had priced this booking . We should just paid thru Hotels.com.
At first, I was really taken with the hotels charm. However, my experience was anything but charming. The room was incredibly stuffy. The yellow sheets were very hot and seemed to be made out of polyester. In the description on Expedia, there is meant to be a ceiling fan. However, there was only a tower fan that wasn’t nearly strong enough to cool the room. Because of the heat, we had to open the windows which let a bunch of mosquitos into the room. There were no screens on the window. My friend and I woke up covered in bites. Sleeping was made even more difficult by the thin drapes on the window that let light stream into our room from the street all night long. We left early and requested a refund through Expedia. After 3 days, the hotel management responded claiming that we stayed the full two nights and that their sheets are cotton. I would absolutely not recommend.…
I’m completely smitten with this hotel and highly recommend it for Taxco travelers. The structure was built in the 1580s as a convent, then adapted into a hotel in the 1990s. But the serenity of the place, this gorgeous atmosphere of historic architecture in harmony with abundant foliage is a reminder of the hotel’s origins. Rooms are simple yet very comfortable. Likewise the bathrooms. The rooftop terrace offers a spectacular view. Adriana, the lovely lady who manages the hotel is incredibly kind. There’s even a sweet, elderly dog who resides at the hotel contributing to the overall charm. Another important detail are the restaurant and silver shop in the same building. We were in Taxco for 2 days and ate every meal at the hotel’s restaurant 1) because it’s location inside the hotel’s terrace is just unbeatable, 2) the food and service is very good, 3) the old-school classical Mexican music is played at a proper level so one can have a conversation, 4) it’s a locals only joint, no throngs of drunken tourists. The silver shop is also high quality. Together the Los Arcos is a wonderful hotel reminiscent of the Mexico I remember as a child where relaxed elegance, warm hospitality and delicious food all came together for an unforgettable experience.…
Been trying to reach the hotel for over a hour as well as Booking.com, stuck in the car after a 5 hour drive waiting for an additional 30 minutes for booking.com to agree to cancel the reservation and switch me somewhere else. Called repeatedly asked strangers for directions and messaged through there app would definitely not recommend them. Many weekends Taxco is booked and you’d be stuck driving back to CDMX!
Hotel Los Arcos is stunning gem of a hotel! Great location, a short walking distance to the center of town and the Zocalo, but not so centralized that you can't sleep. It is clean, comfortable, and... BEAUTIFUL! From the moment you walk in you enter your own little garden oasis with a grand tree covered in epiphytes and ferns and the most beautiful architecture. At night, they close the entry door so you feel secure. The rooms are lovely and comfortable. Highly recommend! It's has the architectural charm and beauty of a boutique luxury hotel, and fits the pueblo magica feel of Taxco perfectly!
This place has the best location if you need to stay in Taxco center overnight. It is very clean, and nice looking. There is a restaurant conveniently located that covers all basics, as well. This is probably the best bet in Taxco, considering there is not many options.
This hotel is in a great old building. the restaurant is my favorite spot in Taxco. I often eat here in the evening, particularly the chalupas and a beer. but I am a fan of the huitlicochtli chicken as well.
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