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Mision Patzcuaro

3.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

It's an amazing place, at night you have a fireplace at your room, it's always clean and the beds are very confortable. The best rooms are the ones at level 2 that have a beautiful view to the garden and the tree.

The hotel is hot located in the historic center taht have pros and cons The pro is you can relax away from the crowds and noise but if you hace a carnis a mast. The cons is moving the car ,find parking spaces and go back and forth. The rooms are dated for my taste The only room we liked is number 10 ,the one they arvestised in the web but still the bathroom is dated. Aldo the hotel has nor A/C.,like is offered . Good breakfast for the price.

Hotel was very clean, amazing gardens, the rooms have chimney's. Its a beautiful place! Very stable, & romantic. The staff is amazing, very helpful and very friendly. I recommend this hotel. Also I recommend the soup called Tarasca. Very delicious. Also recomend to go downtown and try pasta ice-cream. Its also very delicious.

We stayed here for a week in November. The fireplace in the room was perfect for our cold mornings and cold evenings. I did bring a couple of extra duraflame logs and an ignitor and am glad we had these handy resources when we ran out of the firewood they brought each morning (have to ask for it). The grounds were charming with a gigantic play area and play field. I would definitely stay here again in "winter" weather. Because there wasn't a fan or A/C in the rooms, and I am a known heat-WUSS, I wouldn't stay here in hot weather.

Mision Hotels are generally above average, and this was no exception. Nice courtyards/grounds, with the rooms far back from the street. The room was of adequate size, perhaps a tad dated, but comfy. It is not in the centro historico, but that's what we looked for as we were driving and didn't want the hassle of centro traffic and parking. Wi-fi didn't work very well in our corner room, but it worked well enough to check emails and such.

Large rooms that are very clean. Comfortable and cozy beds with decent, not too hard pillows and warm blankets. Spacious and beautifully landscaped grounds. 20 minute walk to both jardines. Great and welcoming service. Nice on site restaurant. Highly recommended.

The rooms are average, but it has a very good restaurant with one of the most surprising appetizers I have ever had: Fried guajillo chiles used as a base for a tostada of fresh cheese, acid cream, coriander, onion and manzano peppers. It has a very nice lawn for kids to play.

We stayed at the Hosteria De San Felipe (see also Hotel Mision Patzcuaro) for 3 nights in October/November 2010, during the Dia de los Muertos celebrations. We honestly were not expecting a great deal from this hotel, as the reviews on here are sparse and not that fantastic, but I think they may be old, as we absolutely loved this quaint, rustic hotel. The hotel is situated a little over a mile from the centre of town, which was actually a very good thing during Dia de los Muertos, because traffic in town is TERRIBLE, and it is very nice to be able to come back to the peaceful gardens of the hotel and relax, as well as have our car parked safely and close to our room. Also, a taxi into the Plaza Grande was only about $2.00, and reception was very happy to call one when ever we needed, and they always arrived within about 1-2 minutes. The rooms are rustic, attractive and very clean. They "feel" very mexican, with the lovely earthy colours and arched details, and the fireplace was fantastic, it made the room very cozy in the evening. The bed was very comfortable, and the TV had quite a few channels to choose from, including some english language movie channels. There was plenty of closet space, plus a small table and chairs that made an extra small sitting area. If I could suggest anything at all that could be lacking, it would have been great to have a small fridge and tea/coffee making facilities in our room, but the very reasonable prices (and the delicious Mexican Hot Chocolate) at the restaurant overcame this issue. Also, I didn't encounter a fridge in any other hotels in Mexico, so I guess this is not a usual thing to have in hotels there. Facilities were of a higher standard than most other places we stayed in Mexico. A very nice restaurant is located just across the garden, where they serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. The meals were always tasty and generous, with reasonable prices and friendly staff. They also have a bar, and you can take drinks out into the garden to sit in the cool evening air. Laundry facilities are available through reception, and whilst it was a little pricey (around $27 for a shopping bag full of clothes), it was less than many large hotels charge and the clothes were ready within 24 hours. Free wireless internet was available, however the signal was not fantastic unless you have a room reasonably close to the reception area. We found sitting outside our room on the porch was fine, or you can also sit on the comfy lounges near reception to use your computer. The housekeeping staff were very thorough and our room was always fresh and clean for us, with toilettries replenished and plenty of fresh towells. At one stage we had an issue with the toilet (a piece of the button to flush broke and we needed it fixed), and upon reporting it to reception, we had someone from maintenence there almost immediatelly to assist us. We really enjoyed our stay at this hotel, and would definately recommend to anyone visiting Patzcuaro, especially for Dia de los Muertos. Thank you to the staff for making our stay a very pleasant one.

Excellent hotel in Patzcuaro… It’s very clean, the service is very good at the front desk and the place is beautiful. The rooms are beautiful and very comfortable… I recommend this hotel to you!!!!

Great hotel for colonial rustic lovers, lots of wood beams, really nice & clean, good size rooms, great gardens, birds, jacuzzi and parking. We stayed 4 nights, just enough time to see most towns around Patzcuaro: Quiroga-Tzintzuntzan, Erongaricuaro, Santa Clara Cobre and Janitzio. Our only complaint would be the lack of heaters, in Nov. nights and morning temps. are in the 40's, even with 2 wool covers, it gets cold. They have fire places which are nice but the wood lasts only 1- 2 hrs. We got an incredible promotion 2x1, ($40/ nt.) which made it worth it. The htl. is not in downtown, we took public transportation, 7 mts. drive.

Av Lazaro Cardenas No 321 Col Patzcuaro MICH

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Concierge services

Mision Patzcuaro places you within a mile (2 km) of Gertrudis Bocanegra Square and Nuestra Senora de la Salud Basilica. This 23-room, 3.5-star hotel has a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. It's in the mountains and also close to Basque of Quiroga Square and Temple Sagrario.


Dining

Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service. For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.


Rooms

All of Mision Patzcuaro's 23 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including fireplaces, minibars, and free bottled water. Guests can expect free WiFi and LED TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms offer rainfall showers and free toiletries. Phones are also included.


Property features

Guests of Mision Patzcuaro enjoy free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and express check-in. Free parking is available if you drive. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include express check-out, laundry facilities, and a garden.

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Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

66% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 40 reviews