We stayed here for one night after rolling into Patzcuaro late in the evening via bus from Zihuatanejo. While the Gran Hotel looks very nice and has a marvelous lobby, the room was barely big enough to turn around in and had no windows . . . well, except for windows that faced the hallway in both the room AND the bathroom. This made it a little weird and quite loud.
A few nights later (after staying at yet another hotel on the square) we moved to the Casa Encantana and were blown away by how much more you could get for $40 a night . . .
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Patzcuaro, that means in Purapecha language: place where they raise and they lower the Gods, is a constructed colonial city in century XVII. Considered by the Mexican government one of the 23 Magical Towns of the country. It has the virtue to be near two beautiful lakes (Patzcuaro and Zirahuan) and to count on a great variety of indigenous localities with a great artisan tradition, which combines indigenous techniques and design, Spanish and even Chinese. ... more less
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