Hotel Dos Patios3.5 out of 5.0
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The location is hard to match; three blocks away from las Plaza de Armas on the trendy 5 de mayo street. The staff is nice and friendly, they really mean it when they welcome you with the very Mexican expression: "Esta es su casa". It is an old house, properly renovated, very clean and with comfortable rooms. The balance price/quality is good. There is only a drawback: The room number two is the nicest in the hotel but it shares a wall with a very, very noisy bar. Avoid it. Do not ask for the SPA services; they are noy serious and do not respect the appointments.
Hotel2patios is located in a central place to walk around the old city. It is safe, pretty and clean. The staff is friendly and attentive. The room was beautifully decorated with lots of space. My only complaint is that the bed was not very comfortable. Very hard. But it is a beautiful and spiritual place at a good price. There is also a restaurant right next door that is very good.
This is not the Casa de la Marquesa or the Meson Santa Rosa, but it is also more modestly priced. This is a old, large, house that has been converted into a small boutique hotel and indeed there are two patios. The exterior is charming Spanish colonial architecture and the common areas continue this theme. There is a small chapel to one side of the lobby area. The service levels are very high. The venue is close to the center of the old town and the Plaza de la Independencia. There are numerous small restaurants in the immediate vicinity along Calle Cinco de Mayo. They have valet parking. This facility has a lot of potential, the main drawback is the fact that the actual rooms themselves are relatively small, generic and spartan. There are very few electrical plugs in the rooms, the lighting is old school (dim) and the table (no desk) is more decorative than functional. WiFi is very slow. You will sleep well, the rooms are away from the streets and quiet, but there is somewhat of a disconnect between the exterior and the interiors of the rooms. There is no breakfast on site, but plenty of options within a few meters. Cinco de Mayo is a one way street, no plan your approach to the hotel accordingly. The street can be busy at night.
I went to this hotel for 1 night. The hotel is beautiful, colonial architecture, and nice garden. People there were kind&attentive. Unfortunately , we have 2 complaints : 1) the air conditioning dripped & the room was flooded 2) The bed makes a lot of noise and you can't sleep well
Great access to many places in Downtown , close enough but not so busy , has nice spacious rooms. Nice setting to have a convention, or a family reunion , has several area where you can enjoy a meal or a meeting with family, friends or even coworker. Great location, It has many small restaurants in the vicinity, to just walk around.
The most charming boutique hotel in town! I do not have enough words to thank the staff for their kindness they made the most out of my stay. Great location and our rooms were so big and so nicely decorated we just had to write a good review once we arrived home!
I agree with another poster, why is this hotel under B&B's instead of hotels? It is a lovely hotel, well worth a visit. Nice bed, large bathroom, and a wonderful staff. The rooms in the "new" section are more motel-ish than the rooms around the reception/entry area, but probably quieter. Our room on the 2nd floor was the quietest room we've stayed in in a Mexican hotel for some time. The location is IMO the best area of QRO. Close to centro, but much quieter.
Firstly I am not sure as to why this Hosteria is listed under B&B's & Inns by Trip Advisor - surely it should be under hotels? This is a very attractive establishment located about 250m from the first of two central squares, Reception staff very pleasant & helpful. Initially we were given a room with a double bed (some 4ft 6ins in width), this was not the fault of the hotel - but our local Agents. We manage to pursuade the hotel that we required twin beds (in Mexico this is likely to be 2 double beds). The room was well appointed, quiet & overlooked the garden towards the rear of hotel. Bathroom fine Breakfast was taken in the restaurant attached to the hotel, we did have to work very hard to make the waiter understand that water for tea needs to be at boiling point - not at a temperature you can put finger into the cup! We normally use Lonely Planet for recommendations for restaurants, but we were not impressed with their choice on the Plaza de Armas. The local Tourist Board recommended the Fin de Siglo, which is opposite the theatre. We had our evening meal outside - most enjoyable - lovely staff, we returned the following day for lunch (inside this time), before we departed the city. I would also recommend a visit is to the Convent of Santa Cruz - a monk, who spoke good English was available to take us round - this was a nice way to end our visit to Queretaro
This is my first time reviewing a hotel in Trip Advisor and what brought me to do it was the GREAT experience my husband and I had in this beautiful hotel. Our first contact with them was over the phone and they gave us very useful, straight forward information that made us make our reservation right away. The room was beautiful, decoration was exquisite and there were no missing details. Front desk personel was very professional and very helpful. Overall one of our best experiences at a hotel. Queretaro is a beautiful city and the hotel location made it easier for us to enjoy it even more. We'll be back for sure!
Encontrarás un lugar en armonía, una experiencia de un encuentro holistico, que te hará vibrar, puedes vivir un encuentro con cuencos sonoros, obteniendo paz y serenidad, con una ubicación inmejorable, a unos pasos diversas opciones de bares muy atractivos, pequeños teatros, galerías y muy amplia variedad de restaurantes, un lugar altamente recomendable.
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87% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 32 reviews