This centrally located old hotel has beautiful public rooms, good restaurant, and an outside sidewalk cafe for people watching. Great location right on the zocalo.
The hotel is very noisy. There's a lot of street noise as well as hotel noise which echoes inside the interior stone corridors and atriums. Rooms on the first floor have French windows and a tiny balcony. First and second floor rooms are spacious with high ceilings. Rooms on the third floor are in an addition and are not worth the money. My room #310 had a miniscule window which wouldn't open. The bath smelled of mold and had no ventilation. The room was dark. A ceiling fan was the only source of air circulation in this hot, stuffy room. Although I was booked for a 5-night stay, the hotel staff was reluctant to change my room. #317 was small and stuffy but did not face the street and was considerably quieter. Upon my return, room #206 (second floor) was much nicer, although there was still street noise. Wooden shutters helped a bit.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In the historic center of Morelia, opposite the Plaza de Armas, is the "Hotel Virrey de Mendoza", considered one of the most beautiful buildings in the city dating back to 1744. It features elegant and comfortable rooms decorated with beautiful antiques that give a particular style to each of them, from some of the suites can enjoy the view of cathedral. The hotel has a restaurant that serves international cuisine and traditional dishes from Michoacan, has a bar and outdoor cafe and live piano music in the lobby bar. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Virrey De Mendoza Hotel
- Virrey De Mendoza Morelia