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I had not realized that the rooms I booked included full board. Consequently, we did not sample any of the apparently very few local establishments. The food was a big production, not standard Mexican fare, surprisingly delicious, and included vegetables! There were lots of tour groups (mostly people from Mexico City) coming in and out for one night stays at the hotel during the three nights we were there; our small group was an anomaly in this respect. We took a nice walk with Juan, a local guide. Two little boys scraped together some horses for us to ride one afternoon. We enjoyed soaking in the jacuzzi in the evening. We were there just before Easter, so there was a little carnival/market in the town square. We visited the mission school where the few tiny pupils remaining during Easter break were excited about watching a movie that they told us was to be about princesses.

the old, restored hotel is lovely, and, though the trees and bushes weren't in bloom or leaf'ed, we enjoyed watching the workers prepare the vineyards for this coming season's grapes. the tour to cerro de gallego resulted in a breathtaking experience and though the meals weren't over-the-top marvelous, they were very nicely presented and tasty. the wait-staff needs a bit of polishing but all were friendly and accommodating. the town square is beside the hotel and it was entertaining to buy a soda in the local shop and just "people watch" in the late afternoon. we were reminded of small time life of 50 years ago just by observing people's comings and goings. a resident "tour guide" is don juan. he guarantees you he is a local and has endless tales to spin. he readily leads tours to cascada cerocahui, talking about local personalities, flora and fauna on the way. there's no internet, limited cell phone service and no nightlife, but the surroundings are so interesting, one hardly misses it. it was wonderful having the opportunity to remember how we did things before the internet took over. and they make their own wine!

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Hotel highlights

  • Free full breakfast
  • Onsite dining
  • Outdoor pool
  • Laundry facilities

Hotel Mision places you next to Cerocahui Mission. This 41-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free breakfast, a restaurant, and an outdoor pool.


Dining

Free full breakfast is included with your stay. Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's family restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge.


Rooms

All 41 rooms feature fireplaces, patios, and free bottled water. TVs come with cable channels. Hair dryers and desks are also standard.


Property features

An outdoor pool, conference space, and laundry facilities are featured at Hotel Mision. For transportation, you can make use of an airport shuttle for a fee, as well as an area shuttle. A multilingual staff is on hand to assist with securing valuables, dry cleaning/laundry, and tours or tickets. Additional amenities include a TV in a common area, barbecue grills, and a gift shop.

Room options

Premium Room, Meals and Drinks Included

2 Double Beds | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Hotel Mision

Everyone (2)
5

unexpected luxury at cerocahui

Everyone

I had not realized that the rooms I booked included full board. Consequently, we did not sample any of the apparently very few local establishments. The food was a big production, not standard Mexican fare, surprisingly delicious, and included vegetables! There were lots of tour groups (mostly people from Mexico City) coming in and out for one night stays at the hotel during the three nights we were there; our small group was an anomaly in this respect. We took a nice walk with Juan, a local guide. Two little boys scraped together some horses for us to ride one afternoon. We enjoyed soaking in the jacuzzi in the evening. We were there just before Easter, so there was a little carnival/market in the town square. We visited the mission school where the few tiny pupils remaining during Easter break were excited about watching a movie that they told us was to be about princesses.

By on Apr 18, 2017

4

cerocahui stay

Everyone

the old, restored hotel is lovely, and, though the trees and bushes weren't in bloom or leaf'ed, we enjoyed watching the workers prepare the vineyards for this coming season's grapes. the tour to cerro de gallego resulted in a breathtaking experience and though the meals weren't over-the-top marvelous, they were very nicely presented and tasty. the wait-staff needs a bit of polishing but all were friendly and accommodating. the town square is beside the hotel and it was entertaining to buy a soda in the local shop and just "people watch" in the late afternoon. we were reminded of small time life of 50 years ago just by observing people's comings and goings. a resident "tour guide" is don juan. he guarantees you he is a local and has endless tales to spin. he readily leads tours to cascada cerocahui, talking about local personalities, flora and fauna on the way. there's no internet, limited cell phone service and no nightlife, but the surroundings are so interesting, one hardly misses it. it was wonderful having the opportunity to remember how we did things before the internet took over. and they make their own wine!

By , from savannah,georgia on Mar 15, 2017

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