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HERENCIA by Hosting House

Avenida Francisco i. Madero Oriente # 94 Centro Historico, Morelia 58000 Mexico
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The 5 Star colonial was originally the Episcopal Palace of the Bishop-Virrey Don Juan de Ortega y Montanez, then donated to the Order of Friars Juaninos, the building was converted into a hotel in the late 1800s. Guest rooms are designed in a colonial and modern style and are equipped with plasma screens; A/C; electronic safe and most have a balcony. Features: restaurant; service cafeteria; bar; meeting room; free parking near hotel and Valet parking.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Business Center with Internet Access
Meeting rooms
Gift shop
Free public parking nearby
Free internet
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
Laundry service
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Non-smoking rooms
Air conditioning
Room service
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Historic Hotel
Languages Spoken
English, Spanish
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An older style, two storey courtyard building well located on the Main Street running through the centre of town, so easy walking to all the sights of Morelia (we were not too impressed with this City but that’s another story). Valet parking was provided at no cost. The ground floor was still under renovation during our stay, so we couldn’t appreciate the whole building and restaurant. But the rooms were attractive and well fitted out. No bottled water was provided, but we called for water which was brought in a jug with ice. Weird but ok. A good breakfast in the temporary dining room. Staff were helpful. Overall we were happy with this hotel, which could be four stars hen the relations are finally completed.
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This is beautiful property with a good location, although on our visit they were remodeling the restaurant, probably because of change of ownership/management from Mansion Real. But that was OK. But no bottled water was provided, which is expected from even the most budgety hotels in Mexico. No in room coffee, either, which is typical for a $60 US hotel. Especially if there's no on-site restaurant or coffee shop. There are better hotels in centro.
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The hotel is beautiful ! A lovely interior courtyard with sweeping staircase up to a fantastic second floor. We stayed in the junior suites though and to be honest the upstairs/downstairs design was not really to my taste. Especially if you need a pee in the middle of the night ! Having said that I had a great sleep on a very comfortable bed so I can't complain too much The location is perfect. A stroll to everything and lots of cafes and bars nearby. They advertise free parking and I was under the impression it was onsite. Might have been my mistake but if you are arriving b car it's quite difficult to get a place to stop near the hotel. You have to get around the back of the hotel and then down a side street and park illegally until the conci comes and guides you to the car park a few blocks away. Overall though a very nice hotel at a very good price.
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Amazing views of Cathedral, mountain range and park. We needed a break after all day of sighting, we arrived just before sunset during happy hour and witness the preparation for the Dia de los Muertos parade from above, all the staff had the sugar scull faces on with a happy mood to go alone. Please try the Tamarindo Michellada they are unreal.
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Worst service in a hotel boutique ever. Front Desk personel poorly trained in guest services and basic information of the city even in an important date as New Year’s eve. The waiter of the restaurant was very rude! Avoid this place
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$53 - $138 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hosting House Congreso
MexicoCentral Mexico and Gulf CoastMichoacanMorelia
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