Casa 3 Leones is a wonderful, mellow, and magical place to stay in Ajijic. A special shout out to the owner Emile, as he made our stay very relaxing, welcome, and easy-going. Everything in town is a short 10 minute or less walking distance. Emile recommended restaurants, galleries, and it certainly helps that he spoke English. While my Spanish is limited, I can get by but having folks that speak English in Mexico is very helpful. Breakfast cooked to order was delicious, as well as fresh fruit, granola, toast and a variety of marmalade. Don’t hesitate to stay there, it is in a quiet part of town, and the room was fantastic. If you have a chance choose the Lover’s Suite!
We found Tres Leones to be an elegant refuge from the hustle and bustle of downtown Ajijiic. The room was beautifully appointed, the views, including the lake, were excellent and I enjoyed the lush garden interiors most of all. Host Emile prepared a consistently delicious breakfast. We felt well cared for and will no doubt return for another stay. Thank you!
Thanks Emile for making our fifth, three week stay at Casa Tres Leones as enjoyable as our first. Your breakfasts and muffins are still as fabulous - love the addition of the chocolate mints. Our room, as we have come to think of it, was beautifully maintained by Rosa. Everything was wonderful! We look forward to being back again next year.
We booked a month at this lovely B&B after initially thinking of a stay in Guadalajara. We decided a smaller place like Ajijic was preferable and that we could take day trips to see the big city. We found Tres Leones on the internet and booked 6 months in advance. We chose the King Garden room which was quite satisfactory. We had it for 3 weeks, then were upgraded to the Mexican Lover's Suite because a returning guest requested the King. We couldn't complain about the bigger and better room with its own private terrace! We enjoyed the nice pool after the first week when Ajijic got some unusually cool, wet weather for the end of January - the water was a bit icy at first. The solar heater (and the sun) got the pool temperature up to a more comfortable level by the end of our second week and then it was fun. Emile's breakfasts were good - a yogurt, fruit & granola buffet followed by eggs to order with bacon/sausages and blueberry pancakes on Sunday. Fresh muffins every day too! A drawback was hearing barking dogs during the night - there were several next door to the B&B. We enjoyed the camaraderie with other guests very much. Emile was very helpful with restaurant and tour information.…
We had a fabulous stay here, three nights for our wedding anniversary. We ourselves live in Ajijic and had heard such wonderful things about Casa Tres Leones that we decided to go here for our anniversary. It did not disappoint. Alix and Emile are wonderful hosts. The hot breakfasts served by Emile were all very good but if one prefers toast or granola they are available as well. No restaurant on site but there are many places to eat within a short walk. Our room was beautiful, right on the terrace with a view of Lake Chapala. The hotel has a solar-heated pool with a beautiful garden surrounding it. Wi-Fi was easy to log in to and reliable. We highly recommend Casa Tres Leones.