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Hotel Quinta Lucca

Pasaje Juarez # 119A Col. Centro, Queretaro City 76000 Mexico
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#33 of 115 hotels in Queretaro City
Quinta Lucca is a small colonial hotel, located in the heart of the city of Queretaro. Walking distance from the most important tourist sites. Nice and peaceful atmosphere, great for pleasure or work.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Baggage storage
24-hour front desk
Express check-in / check-out
Laundry service
Currency exchange
Non-smoking hotel
Ironing service
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Wake-up service / alarm clock
Coffee / tea maker
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Complimentary toiletries
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Non-smoking rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, Spanish
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Fiona wrote a review Apr 2019
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I booked this hotel for 9 nights, hoping that the internet would be fast enough to allow me to work remotely for a week before taking an actual vacation in nearby San Miguel. Hotel Quinta Lucca did not disappoint! The internet was adequately fast even for video meetings. (About 15Mbps download speed and 11Mbps upload). I booked the junior suite, which had a little sofa and a private patio near the garden. Exactly what I'd hoped for! The WiFi strength was adequate in the room, so I was able to work effectively during the day, and tourist around at night and on the weekends. Staff was very nice (though one should not expect English service anywhere in Quéretaro). The location was fantastic. No restaurant onsite except for breakfast, but many places nearby. It was about a five minute walk south to the tourist center, but I found I enjoyed the areas just to the east and west of the tourist center more. In ten or fifteen minutes you can get anywhere you'd want to. I did not rent a car, and don't really recommend it. Traffic is ridiculous in the historic center and parking must be a nightmare (there are paid lots nearby though). I found the bed comfortable enough for me (other reviewers warned of the beds being too firm). My suite was well lit but at no time was it too hot. It looks like they have upgraded the windows recently and it shows! The only things I would suggest are some small repairs that would go a long way such as fixing a couple of damaged tile tables, and the screen door didn't open and close properly. I would have loved to have had a mini fridge in the suite, especially since there is no onsite restaurant. The temperature was completely comfortable in April but I wonder if it would be too cold at night at colder times of the year. (There is no central heating). I would definitely stay here again.
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Date of stay: April 2019Trip type: Traveled solo
BiancaMcC wrote a review Feb 2019
Cincinnati, Ohio28 contributions17 helpful votes
A great value in downtown Queretaro perfect for walking around to see the plazas and historic areas. The room was comfortable and quiet, just off the courtyard. The included breakfast was good. Although there is a locked security gate at the front, I did feel that it was not as secure as it could have been since the staff did not question who you were or check any identification so really anyone could be going in or out.
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Date of stay: January 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Flyer01782624873 wrote a review Nov 2018
3 contributions
Nice hotel close to the historic district. Free parking is really great, and it is not too far from the hotel. Room # 1 is quite noisy during the night from the street. Small continental breakfast but with extra $ it is possible to have a traditional Mexican meals.
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Gastronome P wrote a review Oct 2018
Bangor, United Kingdom387 contributions41 helpful votes
Centrally located, this is a great budget option. Nice friendly staff, simple but authentic breakfast (try the Mexicana chilequiles), clean rooms. Feels cared for. A pretty garden courtyard though little else of note.
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Traveled on business
Go_Starlights wrote a review Apr 2018
Buffalo Grove, IL8 contributions
Super clean hotel at a great location. Very attentive staff. We were there for a family wedding so we had the entire first floor to ourselves. Two things that bothered me: (1) The hotel has a big ironwork door that is kept locked. The front desk buzzes people in *and* out. This is to prevent would-be petty thieves from entering the facility. On the first day I did not think much of it, but on the second day we were coming back to the hotel in the middle of the day and there was no one at the front desk. There is a bell to ring, so we rang it, for a long time. When the front desk lady came to the door, she said that when no one is at the front door, the door is padlocked in addition to the buzzer. She unlocked it with a key she had on her. Then she went to her desk to buzz us in. First, this made us realize that if we had been inside, we would be locked in. In an emergency, there would be no way to get out fast. Second, it is really unpleasant to have to wait several minutes in the Queretaro heat to get back into the room. (2) The cleaning staff go out of their way in ways that are weird. The shampoo that I brought from home cracked slightly, so I left it upside down. When I got in the shower the next morning, they had straightened it. The result is that the shampoo leaked. Over 24 hours, it was all gone. Same with my stuff on the sink counter- it got moved around and organized in ways that were not necessary and even a bit creepy. I was a single adult in a 2-bedroom room, so I put my carry-on on the second bed, on top of the feet runner to not put it right on the linens. The carry-on got moved to the closet, for which they moved my clothes on hangers to make room for it. There is no "do not disturb sign" in the room so I made one by hand. The sign was honored. This helped the environment too because they change the sheets daily.
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Date of stay: April 2018
Sleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: There is no air conditioning. The first floor stays cool even in the Queretaro heat.
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$32 - $55 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
MexicoCentral Mexico and Gulf CoastQueretaroQueretaro City
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Quinta Lucca
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Quinta Lucca?
Nearby attractions include Teatro de la República (0.2 miles), Cerro de las Campanas (0.2 miles), and Jardin Zenea (0.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Quinta Lucca?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Quinta Lucca?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Quinta Lucca?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Quinta Lucca?
Conveniently located restaurants include PÍA Cocina Libre, Fiume 37, and Alioli Gastro Bar.
Is Hotel Quinta Lucca located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.6 miles away from the center of Queretaro City.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel Quinta Lucca?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Quinta Lucca?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Historic Center of Santiago de Querétaro (0.4 miles), Plaza de Armas (2.5 miles), and Cerro de las Campanas (0.2 miles).