The staff is extremely helpful! Perfect location.
Beautiful building and great restaurant. See full review
Jan 22, 2014
Go for the cooking class
We booked this hotel to participate in their cooking class they offer. The staff involved with the... See full review
Jan 7, 2015
From the outside, this hotel looks like a simple colonial building, with typical Spanish terraces and heavy wooden doors. Once you enter the courtyard, you are instantly transported back to 19th century Mexico.
The decor is an eclectic blend of beautifully preserved colonial antiques and rustic furniture. The traditional talavera ceramics of the area are used, along with exquisite gold leaf detailing around the doorframes.
Each room is uniquely decorated with antiques and, if you like what you see, you can buy the whole ensemble and take it home. For generations the Espinosa family has sold antiques in the Los Sapos area of Puebla's historic center.
In fact, the hotel houses the families antique gallery, tempting you with everything from furniture and tapes try to figurines and religious art. Or the color and activity of the Los Sapos antique market may beckon you down the block. At Mesn Sacristia de la Campania you can also immerse yourself in Mexico through cooking classes or hands on pottery courses either one a memorable souvenir. The award winning hotel restaurant is the place to experience true Puebla food, served in the court yard, made even richer by live traditional music nightly. Experience colonial Mexico and enjoy exemplary Puebla service and hospitality.
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The room offers one king size bed or double bed with air conditioning , bathroom amenities, cable or satellite TV, color TV, hairdryer, internet access, iron or ironing board, laundry service, room service, tea and coffee making facilities, telephone and valet service. Its interior decorating combines rustic furnishings with lovely magnificently preserved antique objects. each suite has been ornamented in a unique and individual manner with antiques. The Espinosa Family, owners of the Meson have dedicated themselves to the antique trade for generations, a logical explanation for their abundant presence.
The room offers:one king bed or queen bed, cable TV, direct dial phone, complimentary local calls, wake up calls, complimentary wireless Internet access, complimentary daily newspapers, coffee maker, hair dryer, slippers, shower only, trouser press, complimentary mineral water and traditional candies. its interior is decorated with rustic furnishings with lovely magnificently preserved antique objects. each suite is unique and have an individual manner with antiques.
The Espinosa Family, owners of the Meson have dedicated themselves to the antique trade for generations, a logical explanation for their abundant presence.
Meson Sacristia de la Compania serves the delicious local and national dishes with live music that is offered in the patio. The soirees couldn't get more entertaining. Hotel also offers an original way to meet and enjoy Mexican traditions through its gastronomy by attending a cooking class. Hotel serves the most traditional Puebla and Mexican dishes, by using prehispanic and homemade cooking techniques of Mexico. The aim of the curse is to have an enjoyable and wonderful time.
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loved this small hotel and the staff could not have nicer. took 2 days of cooking classes with chef alonso and his assistant, lisbeth, both of whom are extremely patient. good location, too. the small street was under construction and renovation
when we arrived and by the time we left it could not have been more charming with each of the buildings painted a different and bright color. very convenient to the zocalo, markets and most of the historical sites. puebla is very clean and pretty, the citizenry friendly and the safest city we have been to. the food in the restaurant was very good as well and the service easy and friendly. we both speak very poor spanish and, while english is not widely spoken, all were patient and tolerant of our efforts. we hope to return sooner rather than later. many thanks go to the hotel staff. we arrived on the 8:30 pm flight and our taxi driver had some difficulty locating the hotel so when we arrived the staff did not behave as if we had kept them waiting at all. all we had to do when we returned to the hotel was walk in the door and they handed us our key - a very large and old key. again, worth your time to go there.
We booked this hotel to participate in their cooking class they offer. The staff involved with the cooking class is wonderful and that experience was fantastic. Our room was not luxurious by any means but very unique for a Mexican hotel. We did
have issues with AC, hot water takes quite some time, keys for the doors are difficult to operate as they are very old skeleton keys. The food in the restaurant was very good though the servers were somewhat shortrude.