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Sits on the top of the hotel zone of Guanajuato, with a great view over the city. Somewhat isolated, but still a 10 minute drive downtown. Food at the restaurant is good and inexpensive. It has everything an experenced traveler needs. Not luxurious but comfortable enough.
It's a good hotel if you are looking for a place to go to sleep!! The restaurant its to small so in the morning for the breakfast you have to wait for a while to get a table! The best rooms are in front of the pool .. Try to get those rooms !! This property has a great view of the Guanajuato city !! It's amazing!! Enjoy it!! A little expensive for this kind of hotel ! But that's fine !
Things didn't get off to a good start - and then went downhill. The Trip Advisor location pin indicates that the hotel is located fairly close to the Jardin de la Union, on De los Dolores (it is actually out of town, on the way to Valenciana). We were in a rush and didn't read the various reviews, that make the location clear, we simply noted the price and rating, which by Guanajuato standards appeared reasonable. On arrival we were assigned a room overlooking the swimming pool. The curtains in the room didn't close properly, leaving gaps between each set of curtains. We requested and were assigned a different room where the curtains didn't close properly either, but given that there was no nearby access we weren't concerned. Unfortunately, our change of room was not updated on the system. This meant that housekeeping didn't clean the room as they thought it wasn't occupied. We were also disturbed by a staff member arriving to check another guest into our room well into the following evening! We ate at the restaurant on our last evening. There was one waiter on duty for dinner, and he got called out to assist with a function, leaving patrons without anyone to serve them! I had to go looking for someone who could assist in providing bills and serving food that was ready in the kitchen. The location is not convenient if you plan to spend a lot of time down-town and traveling without a car (repeat taxi fares, repeat waiting for taxis). Our room was decent enough but hardly worth the cost, even by Guanajuato's inflated prices.
Located towards La Valenciana, this hotel has a nice view of all Gto. Has a restaurant with also a great view and good for breakfast. Rooms are a bit small, but clean. Beds are firm bit still you get a good night sleep. No AC, so open your windows for ventilation. Staff not the greatest for help and not the best customer service...definitely room for improvement.
The hotel has a colonial architecture and the staff is very welcoming and kind. It also has a very nice view of the city if Guanajuato because it is up the hill. If you're traveling by car, it's much easier to move around, otherwhise, use a taxi because the bus takes up to half an hour to get there, they're not very pricey anyway. It's like a 10-15 min drive from the city center, not because it's far away but because streets are small and intricate. The room was small but nice and clean, just what I would expect for it's price,as it was at peak season. It's in between of the city center and some attractions like the Mine and the Inquisition Museum. It was a very cozy stay.
We booked two rooms for 3 nights at this hotel in January 2015 because it had a pool and seemed nice as per reviews on Trip Advisor. The hotel looks really nice and the lounge area is very large. I was dreaming of enjoying the view while using the pool, but the water was ice cold and there was no lounge chairs around it. The hotel is not accessible for the handicapped as there is a 20-step staircase to go to the bedrooms. We were disappointed because the rooms, although very clean, are small and the two double beds are placed against the walls, so no easy access for the person sleeping against the wall. We had no view. The window and balcony were not accessible because of the proximity to one of the beds. It was very cold in the rooms because there is no heating. The shower was minuscule, but there was lots of hot water. There was an iron but no ironing board. No chest of drawers. No face cloths.The beds are very firm. The lounge had a huge fireplace, but no fire. They only light it at Christmas. As for the restaurant, it is accessible by car or by a series of long staircases. It was not inviting, with no clients so we did not go. For breakfast, as the hotel is not in the city, we had to buy some food at the grocery store and eat it in the lounge which was offering some coffee. We will not stay there again.
It was a nice stay for us, BUT don't book their local tours! The "San Miguel de Allende" tour that we bought in this hotel was scandalous, we wasted our time... The hotel is not far from the center, you can go walking (15 min). It's in the heals with a beautiful view of the city
Hotel Gunajuato is up the hill from San Javier, and has a great view over Gunajuato. It's an easy walk to San Javier (and on to the center of town) for shopping or whatever. We stayed in two of the newer rooms by the pool. Nothing fancy, but modern and clean. Of course not everything works all the time -- one day the phones were down, another the toilet did not flush -- but that's Mexico. The staff were always helpful -- not all spoke English if that's important to you. Close to bus stops to/from Valenciana. Good chance I will stay there again.
We chose this hotel as we had a car and found it impossible to park in downtown Guanajuato. As well the hotel is handy to the road to San Miguel del Allende where we were heading. Our room was clean but generally the hotel has not been kept up. The gardens are not well tended, the wood frames and doors were in need of repair and the pool had a green tinge with mould growing in between the ceramic tiles. The furnishings were of good quality but with no art on the walls it was austere. The view from our balcony of the town and the Castillo de Santa Cecilia was terrific. We used taxis into the centre of town which cost $3.50 to $4. We also found the hotel pricey compared to other, much nicer hotels we had stayed at in the historic areas of Guadalajara and Mexico City.
El hotel está aislado de la ciudad. Si estás allí no puedes salir sin taxi. Acabo de llegar. No son ni las 10. Pero no se puede cenar. El restaurante está cerrado. Lo sienten. Si quieres comer algo, hay una máquina dispensadora sucia con alimentos en mal estado. Pero solo funciona con monedas. Vas a cambiar monedas. Lo sienten. No tienen. No puedes comer nada. Bueno. Pagaré algo de lo que hay en todos los hoteles del mundo en la nevera de la habitación. Pero este es el único hotel en que he estado en que no hay NADA en la habitación. Buenas noches.
Hotel Guanajuato is adjacent to popular attractions such as Macrocenter I and El Nopal Mine. This 3-star hotel has 50 guestrooms and offers an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.
Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. Start each morning with cooked-to-order breakfast, available for a fee from 7:30 AM to 11:00 AM.
The 50 accommodations feature dining areas. 32-inch LCD TVs are available for entertainment, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Other standard amenities include free local calls, safes, and ironing boards.
Guests of Hotel Guanajuato enjoy features like an outdoor pool, free WiFi in public areas, and a terrace. A stay here includes free parking. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with tours/tickets and securing valuables. Additional amenities include a garden and a fireplace in the lobby.