Camino Real Puebla Angelopolis3.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Our family came down a few days before new year. Car driveway was in bad shape. Hotel was undergoing renovations (I assume after the earthquake). We were given 3 rooms in the first floor. I stayed in 1115. Had a constant motor noise going all night long. On the mornings (except for new year's morning they were workers making noise early in their morning fixing the facade of the balconies). Very bothersome. Golf course was ok. Morning breakfast buffet was only so so. Door to the garden had a broken lock . They had replaced it with a funny one that didn't seem to be secure at all. When I asked maintenance to repair the original lock, they said they couldn't because they couldn't get the original for parts so they added the make do locks. Beds were ok. Rooms were clean and acceptable except for the bathroom door knob which was installed backwards (one of my kids locked my other kid inside the bathroom as a result, because the lock button was on the outside of the bathroom). For some odd reason the corridor exit door inn our floor was always open at night. I found this to be a security lack and also very inconvenient as three corridor was always excessively cold in the morning.
In spite of our terrible experience last May, we ended up to this hotel again, due to its proximity to our friends' house and good shopping and dining. The check in was a lot smoother this time, but the room was terrible and In spite of being Expedia Gold+ members and mentioning it to the reception staff, we were not given the advantage of having any upgrade. The room was equipped for one person only not a couple - it had one chair, one glass, one small bottle of water,one face towel, no soap, etc. After asking for a bar of soap, one extra glass and one water at about 11:40pm, we called the reception again at 12:15am to tell them we can no longer wait for it, the room service did not came by until 1am when it proceeded to knock vigorously at the door. We were already asleep and chose to forgo the soap. At 8am next morning, we were awakened by loud voices and banging on the balcony - there were workers on the terrace and the sliding door was open (we didn't notice it the previous night!!!). They worked, talked and laughed loudly on our terrace while we dressed in darkness, as we could no longer open the privacy curtains. We asked for the bar of soap from the cleaning ladies on the corridor, but they had no water bottles. We had continental breakfast included so I asked the restaurant for a small bottle of water. They charged the whole cost of one breakfast for that water bottle only!!! It was a 250ml bottle!
I visited this hotel while attending an engineering competition, the rooms are clean and nice, specially the ones that have a balcony facing the city. this hotel is located in a modern zone in the city of Puebla, you should take into account that the airport is far away and the taxi will charge you a lot to take you here
Booked this hotel via hotels dot com and got an amazing deal for a king bed room (1416). Room was clean, good pressure in shower, no issues with any room amenities, included breakfast. What more to ask? Check in was easy but one annoyance is that wifi isn’t included and for some reason beyond my understanding, why don’t they just include it and increase the price a tad? Just be prepared to get charged for it. It was 68pesos for my 3 day stay. Service at bar area could seriously be improved, it took 4ever for someone to see and decide to ask if I wanted a drink... Breakfast selection was ok.
This camino real has a next door hotel called Camino Real Hotel and Suites which is newer but of a lower quality. I booked this hotel trough hotels.com and made sure that the hotel I was selecting was Camino Real and not the other one. To my surprise as I did check in I had to walk like 10 minutes within a strange maze and two elevators to get to my room passing a kind of frond desk. After complaining and fighting with personnel I was able to get a good room with a great view of the lake at the golf course.
It is a great hotel, clean and nice, but not the most luxurious. The weird part is that I called the lobby being outside and they told me the night would be three thousand pesos something, i got online to trip advisor and booked it for a 1,100, it's ridiculous but the stay was good, very nice view.
You will love it the minute you walk in, it is a modern, yet cozy, hotel with lots of class and elegance. I was able to hear a live classic guitar ALL the time I was in the reception, this is great for a relaxing breakfast with your family or friends.
This is an update... We were visiting family. We wanted a hotel with a nice pool, and open grounds so family members could join us poolside and relax. We had stayed at this Camino Real before, but were very disappointed with the room. We learned; make reservation directly through the hotel, they will give you a better located room. When you book though a reservation site, they quote the price without taxes, you save no money. We stayed in the club level for a room with separate access to the pool. The pool is great, it's big with alot of space for umbrellas and lounges. The staff is nice, but food prices and service to the pool is high and hard to come by. We came for the pool, to share with our family. It was great.
I usually stay at the Camino Real in other cities in Mexico. This one does not have the same standards. The carpet of the rooms and hallways need definitely a replacement. The AC is very noisy. The pillows and bed are not OK. And finally, I was wondering why they have to do separate invoices for the accommodation and the services. Well, apparently this is a franchise of Camino Real with two owner, that is why. Where is the customer centric orientation of the hotel?
The hotel is very close to the airport. Very convenient to not get into traffic when going to take your flight. The Italian restaurant is very good, try the bolognese sauce. BUT unfortunately room smells smoke. Very unpleasant.
- Onsite dining
- Golf course
- Outdoor pool
Located in Angelopolis within a short walk of International Baroque Museum, Camino Real Puebla Angelopolis is within a mile (2 km) of University Cultural Center of BUAP. This 153-room, 3.5-star hotel welcomes business and leisure travelers with a golf course, a full-service spa, and a restaurant. It's also close to Puebla Golf Club and Metropolitan Auditorium.
Enjoy a bite to eat at La Huerta, the hotel's onsite restaurant. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service. For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.
Camino Real Puebla Angelopolis's 153 air-conditioned rooms provide minibars, ceiling fans, and laptop-compatible safes. Guests can expect WiFi and 32-inch flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Beds are dressed in down comforters and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include ironing boards and desks.
Guests of Camino Real Puebla Angelopolis have access to a golf course, a full-service spa, and an outdoor pool. Valet parking is offered for USD 2.5 per night. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to help with dry cleaning or laundry, and answer any questions about the area. Other amenities at this spa hotel include a fitness center, a sauna, and WiFi in public areas.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
28% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 298 reviews