I didn't actually stayed in this hotel, but I had luch in the restaurant. It is amazing to find a place like this in the middle of a "ghost town"; the food is great, service is excellent and it is not that expensive. If you're walking around the streets of Real de Catorce, you should stop there for lunch or dinner.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A unique concept in high quality accommodations in a Mexican colonial jewel built in 1863, where past and present merge seamlessly. Five rooms and six suites, tailor-made for absolute comfort, with different spaces, views, and sleeping arrangements to suit your taste. All rooms offer private baths, purified bottled water, high quality courtesy kits, fresh flowers, and a charming basket of regional sweets - with no television or phone to disrupt your rest. ... more less