La Quinta Luna3.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
It is a shame when you visit a hotel that seems perfect at first glance and then is let down by a series of small, avoidable mishaps... Lets start with the pros: Comfortable beds, clean spacious rooms, nice shower/toilet, excellent service at breakfast and off the charts amazing massages above at the Spa, (ask for Olivia). Cons: No real person in charge at the front desk, it was like there was just a person whose sole purpose was to keep the seat warm and not there to sort out any problems that may arise as did in our case. Unfortunately there is a bar in front of the hotel which can make it rather noisy at night, I had earplugs but if you are a light sleeper, this is not a place for you. If they get their act together I wouldn't mind returning, if not I will be reviewing somewhere else in Cholula soon! :-)
We were looking for seclusion and great service... that is what we found!! Thanks for the complete staff as we had a wonderful time in this hotel. Accommodations and food quality were magnificent, service and detailed care were incredible. Thanks much to all the team of this great hotel.
Very small, 7 rooms only. nice Welcome, we had a good dinner right there, everyone friendly and helpful. Nice clean comfortable. Breakfast included. Everything fresh, good coffee Several stores near by in case one need something, they even offer themselves to get it. Parking included
Masterfully restored home, with soaring high ceilings and attentive service. A short taxi ride from charming Puebla. If you are looking for a spacious room with a gorgeous courtyard and attentive (but not intrusive) service, La Quinta Luna is a place to give it a try. Our sincere thanks to all the staff who maintains this little slice of paradise so well kept. Buen Ano e mucho successo!
We spent part of Easter week in Puebla then opted for the charms of Cholula and their incredible pyramid. We could not have been more pleased with our selection of this fine and very thoughtfully laid out boutique hotel La Quinta Luna on an unassuming city block. Once inside however, you step back in time and immediately feel relaxed as the charm of the shaded and flowered courtyard beacons you. If that weren't enough, there is a fabulous library (2 stories!) as well as a rooftop terrace to relax on. There is also a small spa massage area....you get the idea you'd not have to leave, except to see the pyramid! The dining room is in the old chapel with a delicious breakfast (included) and near gourmet dinner options. The staff was gracious and most helpful.
I brought a group of eight friends to acquaint them with Mexico. Our stay at the elegant La Quinta Luna offered a perfect opportunity to see what life in small hacienda-style home would have been like. We had most of the rooms, and the staff let us use the beautiful library for a talk before dinner and had the dining room set up for our party. Although there was music across the street, the double-paned windows assured us of a very quiet night's sleep -- which can sometimes be a luxury here. The staff could not have been more helpful, and when one of our group left a suitcase there, they even chased us down (fortunately, we had mentioned our plans to see a nearby site) to return it. Everyone in my group agreed that we should expand our stay at Quinta Luna to two nights when we return next year.
We spent two days in this small, charming hotel. La Quinta Luna was a large, private home which has been converted into an oasis of calm the the crowded "Happening" town of Cholula. Our rooms were excellent; a large bedroom with a sitting area, a good sized modern bathroom, and a small kitchen and dining area. The main courtyard is filled with flowers and well maintained grass for some calm relaxation. Breakfast was included, and was very good, with choices of regional dishes and Mexican favorites. There is a nice sitting area in the restaurant where you can enjoy some music and read the papers. We travel by car and the hotel had enclosed, small safe area for parking. The people who work in this hotel are all very charming and helpful. La Quinta Luna is an excellent hotel choice in Cholula.
This is a nice boutique hotel, good for a romantic and relaxed getaway. I stayed in the Aguila suite. Which is beautiful and had an spacious bathroom. I don't suggest to try the jacuzzi as it doesn't work well ( the water is not warm enough and the bubbles are weak). I would suggest to book in advance and stay in a cheaper room as it doesn't worth the splurge. The breakfast was very good. Although the room was nice, it was very nosy as they had a classic music concert in the hotel. ( They didn't tell us in advance) and they "moved" the restaurant in the small hall where my room was and I had a lot of noise at least for 3 hours from a big table that was just in front of my room door, to give you an idea how close they were, I was able to hear and see perfectly the people and the kids that were playing and making even more noise, making so hard my intention to relax after being the whole day in the town.
This is a beautiful property. It is located in a XVIII century building astonishly well rebuilt. The immediate surroundings are not very nice but it is a peace heaven once you enter the building. It is well located, very close to Cholula center, and within walking distance to the pyramid. The whole hotel is distributed around a very nice patio/garden. Few rooms, probably less tan 10. The room we had (Coyote) was not very big but well equipped. The bathroom was complete with nice amenities, but a little small. Very little noise, although we were there on a Thursday night in May, and the hotel was almost empty. Our only complaint was about bedding, really too hard for us. We had a nice American breakfast, included in the room fare. People were nice and service was quick and thoughtful. All in all, we heartedly recommend this hotel.
This is an excellent boutique hotel in an amazing historic building and with a peaceful courtyard. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Breakfast, lunch and dinner was extraordinary. The conejo room is a beautiful room with very high ceilings but unfortunately one hears the neighbors' conversations and the window (ground floor) opens to the street. The mattress is for my liking too hard. You walk only 5 minutes to the Zocalo and perhaps 10 minutes to the pyramide.
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93% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 53 reviews