Stayed here 2 nights while visiting Uruapan and Patzcuaro. There's lots to see in town, lots to do; easy to get here by bus or taxi, easy to get around. Nice weekend trip from Morelia.
Hotel is a converted old monastery. You stay in what used to be a monk's cell, and it's got that kind of minimalist feeling to it, but it's sort of charming and ancient with little courtyards, and balconies overlooking the central restaurant. Sounds echo around this place, so beware nights when there's a band in the bar.
Rooms are clean but dingy; don't expect any kind of fancy bathroom facilities, it's bare minimum. According to a friend, this is a much safer and cleaner hotel than others she tried in Patzcuaro. Rooms on lowest level are pretty dark (with dark wood trim).
Hotel is on one of the many squares in town, with nice cafes, restaurants, and little shops. There are music and dancing exhibits on the weekends in summer; you can easily and safely walk around town.
This hotel, and many other places in Patzcuaro, don't take credit cards; there are lots of ATMs available close by, and be prepared to pay cash for almost everything. There is an Internet cafe on the square.
Address is Portal Aldama #12.