This is a small boutique hotel with a labyrinth of rooms and terraces extending from an entrance on Calle Hidalgo. The master suite was very reasonably priced (with air conditioning- not something you normally need, but at certain times of year a nice thing). The passages within are exposed to the sky and winding, with scattered areas for sitting and relaxing, as well as roof gardens. The hotel is very quiet and sleep was definitely not a problem. The staff is very helpful and pleasant. I have seen a note complaining about lack of english skills by some staff on this site, and it is true that some have better command of english than others, but this is Mexico, and it would benefit travelers to have some survival spanish skills at least, no matter where you go.
I would definitely recommend to others and would gladly return.More
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