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Wellington, New Zealand
Reviewed November 16, 2015 via mobile

Pros: it's cheap ($280 for a double room) Cons: everything else! The one thing that really grinds my gears is when hotels/hostels advertise things that they either don't have or doesn't work! In this case it was the wifi. It didn't work the whole time we were there and staff did nothing about it even after a period of 24...

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Munich, Germany
Reviewed September 16, 2014

I was surprised what quality of room I got for that price. It's a very good option for budget travellers, but of course, for that price one cannot ever ask a nutritious and also tasty breakfast.The stuff was very friendly, even when I came to an extremely unusual time before sunrise.

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Portland, Maine
Reviewed April 17, 2014

Our stay at the san agustin was marred by 2 separate groups, both way too loud. Group 1 was a slew of school kids who violated the 9 pm noise curfew posted for all guests to see. Management was not at all concerned. Group 2 moved in as the kiddies went home. This group had the function hall rented. The...

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Wellington, New Zealand
Reviewed December 30, 2013

How wrong I was to check into this hotel. The stench that hit me upon entry to the room was overwhelming. It was a mix between what smelt like natural gas and raw sewage. The smell intensified in the bathroom and didn't go away by opening the room windows. By morning I had the worst headache of my life. I...

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Munich, Germany
Reviewed January 21, 2013

The Hotel San Augustin is an old colonial building, where close to the Zocalo as well as to the big park "Paseo Bravo" you can rent a small clean room with good atmosphere for very little on money, a small breakfast included. In the bathroom, shower and toilet seem crowded, but this Hotel with the friendly stuff is probably one...

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Reviewed June 29, 2012 via mobile

So glad we found this hotel, yea it's not the fanciest but hey we are in Mexico and wanted to get a good deal, we actually booked at another hotel recommended from this site which was supposed to be a five star whatever but it put us in a room which reaked of mold and without any windows that opened....

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Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed May 6, 2012 via mobile

While in good location, this is a very basic accommodation. Small room and dark. Paper thin walls. But we are on budget ($M230/rm w bath) so you get what you pay for. Good thing is Wifi and Drinking water supplied (on corridoor). Opaque glass on door letting corridoor's light through at night making it a little hard to sleep. Breakfast...

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Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed December 1, 2011

The rooms are cute and clean. They're in a kitsch 1970s style, don't smell and have everything you need. The restaurant attached is also very good and the staff was friendly. They have free wi-fi and drinking water and breakfast is included (for around 200 pesos). Don't go expecting anything fancy though.

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Address: Centro Historico 3 Poniente 531, Puebla 72000, Mexico
Location: Mexico > Central Mexico and Gulf Coast > Puebla > Puebla
Number of rooms: 74
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“Walls are paper thin. Expect no or little sleep.”
  • Smelly Room
 of 5 bubbles Finnyboy, Dec 30, 2013 | Read review
“Rooms in the rear of the Hotel are still quieter since no or almost no other Hotel guests pass your door.”
 of 5 bubbles MonikaMueller, Jan 21, 2013 | Read review
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