Dona Urraca Hotel & Spa is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Queretaro City, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Queretaro City, Dona Urraca Hotel is located a short distance from Jardin Zenea (1.2 mi) and Rancho San Josemaría (2.2 mi).
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning and a minibar, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Dona Urraca Hotel & Spa features room service and a concierge, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and breakfast. If you are driving to Dona Urraca Hotel, free parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Hacienda La Laborcilla, Breton, and OLIVA, which are some delis that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Historic Center of Santiago de Querétaro (0.2 mi), Leyendas y Mitos de Queretaro (0.1 mi), or Templo y ex-convento de la Santa Cruz de los Milagros (0.4 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in Queretaro City!
My bf and I decided to take lunch at the restaurant, the meal was very good an the staff was nice. He paid our bill and came back later for some massages at the spa. Initially the price was around 700, but at the moment of payment terrible surprise, we have a bill for 1700 both. When we asked, the girl didn’t answer anything! We just decided to leave while we were relaxed after our massage. When leaving, the security guard that seems be the owner of the place (I agree with other guests below that have had the same experience) asks us for 500 more because we used the pool while we eating at their restaurant. We refused to pay because in the two times we payed for our bills, nobody says something about paying. Anyway, we feel cheated and threatened by the security guard who wanted to call the police!!!! Anyway, it’s a shame because the place is nice, it’s just people that see you are tourist and want to take advantage of you! Reminder : more than 4000 spend and treated at the end like a criminal ! …
Had a terrible experience at this hotel. As soon as I walked in, I was treated like a criminal by the guard at the entrance. I told him I was checking in as he was trying to get me to leave. After checking in, my girl was trying to come in to the hotel with me and I was inviting 3 other girls to their restaurant. He wouldn't let anybody come in to the restaurant like a vicious dog! The girls were frightened and decided to leave. My girl and I caught up to them and we went somewhere else. When my girl and I got back, the guard kept telling me that I couldn't go inside the hotel! I had just paid $3500 pesos for my Master Suite, and now this guard in my face telling me that I cannot come in. My girl was scared again to the point of tears and didn't want to stay at this hotel. The guard works the entire night shift from 9 pm to 7 am and acts like he owns the entire place. DO NOT STAY HERE. He will ruin your stay like he did mine. Even after the front desk confirmed that I had paid for my room, he continued arguing and the front desk did NOTHING about it.…
I spent two nights at the Dona Urraca with a Road Scholar group and was very impressed. My room was very large and comfortable and the staff was friendly and helpful. The included breakfast was good, as was the dinner I had there. The hotel is well located with parks, shops, and restaurants nearby. There was a nice courtyard and a garden area with a large pool. The free wifi worked well. My only concern was that although the shower was very spacious and had good water pressure, the tile floor was extremely slippery and there was no rubber mat. I ended up using one of the bath towels as a shower mat or I would surely have slipped and fallen. Overall I had a good stay.
excellent down town hote in the area, the only one with all ammenities and swimming pool also is close to the plaza where you can find a variety of excellent restaurants. Tou caactually walk from the hotel to all historical parts of the city and muuseums.
Dona Urraca was a good hotel. Rooms are OK but I thought to get in and out of my room it was kind of weird, I don’t know but I felt strange. Make sure you get the rooms in the back of the hotel or you end up Sleeping in the front desk with all the noise. Rooms are very specious and CLEAN and staff was very friendly. Breakfast was not included so you will Have to pay at their restaurant. Breakfast is very good, but if you leave early make sure you have something the night before as they open their service at 8am. If you have some kind of walking disability make sure you talk with hotel before because it has a lot of stairs with no ramps, elevators.