Mesón Sacristía de la Compañía4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
My wife and I stayed there May 25 through May 27. Excellent accommodations. Beautiful antique hotel and yet very comfortable. Excellent service. And we found the restaurant to have the best food we ate while in Puebla. We even took a cooking class where the chef showed us how to make Genuine Mole Poblano. Truly delicious. And on Friday night while eating dinner in the courtyard we were treated to a wonderful young woman singing while her father played guitar. Her voice was angelic. I highly recommend this hotel and restaurant.
Location is nice, staff is friendly, but the Air Conditioning did not work in our room and to add insult to injury, the smell and fumes from the kitchen fill the whole space. So do not be fooled by nice photos and stay away from this hotel. Room was dusty and furniture old. not a comfortable arrangement at all. Sorry!
Sacristia is a very small, very old and very friendly hotel situated in the trendy part of downtown Puebla. Painted mexican pink and full of wonderful antiques (all for sale by the way) it is fun and funky. Great food and wonderfully friendly and helpful staff. A great location to explore the many museums and restaurants that Puebla has to offer.
This hotel is quite different from others. A simple exterior belies the antiques for sale, the attractive restaurant and quirky rooms that open on to this exotic courtyard. Staff were helpful especially with bags up the stairs to the room. My only caution would be to those contemplating staying, if you are a very broad person, especially those with a big rear end, the lavatory in the bathroom, ingeniously squeezed between the shower and the wall, might be a too narrow space to accommodate you! I also wished I had reordered the bedding so that I could have slept on top of the comfortable doona as I found the mattress too firm for my liking. ( Room 9). The sweets left for us were utterly delicious. The bathroom products were delightful. The breakfast and one other meal delicious. This hotel exceeded expectations and I would happily stay there again.
We have stayed in a lot of hotels around Mexico, and this one is delightful. A colonial house adapted as a hotel, the room we had featured 20 foot ceilings, a canopy bed, a sitting area with antique couch, two chairs and a coffee table, an antique wardrobe, a dresser, a couple other antique pieces and it wasn't crowded. Oh, and a small balcony. The bath was accessed through a hobbit door which was thoughtfully padded with covered foam around the opening, to prevent scrapes against the metal frame. The bath was spacious with great water pressure. As we were checking out, we spied a wonderful vase full of gladiolas. Within minutes the woman on the desk had ascertained the price (very reasonable), and wrapped it securely. It turned out to be one of the best things we found in Puebla, so keep your eye open. Staff was gracious in keeping our bags after checkout so we could wander a bit more. Parking was off site and relatively convenient. Solid choice of a place to stay in the center.
Apart from being very pink ... room was very nice - spacious and well appointed! Breakfast was good. The hotel is about 5-10 minutes walk from the main square in a nice neighbourhood so it is very convenient. I don't think there is parking but there are carparks nearby.
Seeing all the authentic fixtures and accessories made me feel as I was living in the 1800's. Quaint and clean rooms. It sits very close to the Central Park (Zocalo) which made it convenient for us to take tours and just sit and relax at the cafes. Puebla is a must for the dreamer traveler.
We really enjoyed our 2 night stay at this hotel. It's in a very old building, overflowing with extremely kitsch antiques, some of which are for sale if you could manage to get them home! The room was fantastic - we stayed in a junior suite and it was large and comfortable with a big bed, sofa, writing desk etc. The bathroom was small but charming and everything worked fine. There was a regular supply of bottled water and a plate of local sweets on arrival, which was a nice touch. The room overlooked the courtyard where the restaurant was located. We didn't find this a problem as most people (including a very good singer one evening) had left by around 11pm so we weren't bothered by noise. Breakfast was very good and served in the courtyard restaurant. The staff were all very pleasant and helpful. The hotel is very well located in a quiet street close to shops, restaurants, bars and all the main sights. You can walk pretty much everywhere. This is a great hotel and recommended if you're visiting Puebla.
In this most historic and charming of Mexican cities, the hotel fits well. The rooms take the character of the building itself, not always efficient, but whimsical. The food is good enough, and the garden tables are inviting. The hotel is convenient to all of the top sites in town. There's good night life in the area, which can make the rooms facing the streets a bit noisy. Warm service and staff.
We stayed at Sacristia twice in December, in two different rooms. The 8 rooms are located in a building hundreds of years old, and many of the original details are still visible. One of our rooms had 18-foot high ceilings, a 7-foot brick archway separating the bedroom (king bed) from the sitting room (couch, desk, TV), ancient wooden doors at the entrance and to the bathroom. The fair-sized bathroom had a good-working shower in one corner enclosed by glass, with plenty of hot water. The supply of bottled water was replenished every day. The breakfast, served in the peaceful interior courtyard, was included with the room and offered a selection of eggs (scrambled, rancheros, omelette), chilaquiles, or hotcakes.We were two blocks from the zocalo on a street with very little traffic (it's mostly a pedestrian street). The excellent service by the staff I can best describe by example: We needed to buy bus tickets to our next destination, but that required going to the CAPU bus station on the outskirts of town--a long bus or cab ride each way. One of the staff volunteered to buy them for us on his way home that night. The tickets were waiting for us at the front desk the following morning. The restaurant is also open to the public and attracts many locals for dinner. A cozy bar is also just off the courtyard. In the late afternoon/early evening, occasionally a singer, Guadalupe, with a fantastic operatic voice and accompanied by guitar and drums, entertained the guests and diners.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free valet parking
- Onsite dining
- Spa services
Located in Historic Center, Mesón Sacristía de la Compañía is adjacent to Los Sapos Bazaar and within a 5-minute walk of Guardian Angel. This 8-room, 4-star hotel has a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and free valet parking. It's in central Puebla and also a short walk from Amparo Museum and Poblano de Arte Virreinal Museum.
Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or have a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service. For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.
All of Mesón Sacristía de la Compañía's 8 air-conditioned rooms provide coffee makers, free newspapers, and free local calls. Guests can expect free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and slippers, and beds are dressed in premium bedding. In-room massages are available, and rooms also include free bottled water.
Mesón Sacristía de la Compañía features free WiFi in public areas, 2 meeting rooms, and conference space. There's free valet parking if you drive. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include free newspapers, laundry facilities, and wedding services.
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90% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 378 reviews