About three short blocks from El Jardin, the central square where all the activity takes place. Woke up each morning looking at lovely brick ceiling with wooden beams and glass block skylight. Comfortable bed, some early morning street noise due to open window. Room had desk, two night stands with drawers and a dresser. Lots of hangers in closet. Side table with lamp. Lots of places to put your things and work on your computer (or use theirs in the general room where the TV also is). Pitcher filled with fresh water each day. Tile floors mopped, table tops dusted, belongings straightened every day. Bathroom/shower small, not fancy, but serviceable. Choice of pancakes, french toast, eggs in a variety of ways. 3 course lunches yummy, very filling, all traditional and home made. In Cynthia's absence, staff willingly struggled with English and my sign language (due to my lack of Spanish) trying their very best to be helpful and accommodating. Because of a scheduled care giving requirement, Cynthia (and her perfect English) was not on site, but called us to be sure we were well taken care of and to give instructions to her staff. Everyone was, you could say, loving, with plenty of smiles. You could get a cheaper place with no food service and eat out on-the-cheap for less, but the convenience and quality at Casa Carmen made the slight difference worth it. We paid $122. Left our belongings-- computer, money, and even passports in our unlocked room off the courtyard with no worry. Unless Hilton is the only hotel style you'd consider, I'd highly recommend Casa Carmen! We'd definitely go back. Spent a week in Nov 2011.
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- Casa Carmen Hotel San Miguel De Allende