Hotel Suites La Hacienda3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Very well maintained little boutique hotel. Highly recommend it to anyone. I found the staff to be very helpful and the hotel is very clean and well maintained. Would highly recommend it to anyone. Lovely French charm
Booked this place for our anniversary and it was a dream. The apartment was very spacious and nicely decorated. Very romantic. The pool was a great size and we usually had it to ourselves. Great service and close to the beach (10 minutes walking to the water). Would be nice to have breakfast included but then again you have your own kitchen for cooking and some restaurants close by. Neighborhood felt safe but not that pretty. Bed was very big and comfortable! The WiFi was a bit slow at times or didn't work for a few hours but I think that is very common in Puerto Escondido. Would highly recommend for couples.
This is beautiful hotel in Puerto Escondido, maintaining all the charm of the original building (looks like it was some sort of church) and each unit is unique and full of character. The gardens and grounds are well kept and the pool adds a nice feel to the layout. The place is super chill - doesn't feel like a massive resort. The staff were respectful and helpful, and even gave us salt and tomatoes when we needed them while we were cooking something. The owner is very laid back and helpful. This place is also reasonably priced compared to similar offerings. If you don't care about being right at beach (which is only 5 minutes away), this is one of the best options in Puerto Escondido.
Not the greatest little hotel in town but clean and really pretty. There is no restaurant associated with it but there are numerous within a 5 minute walk. There were not many people evident when we were there and the pool, which is surrounded by lush vegetation was empty. It was our first time in Puerto Escondido and I would rather have chosen a place closer to the main beach.
We have just spent six nights at the gorgeous hotel suites. Am full of praise for this place. It is one of those rare hotels that has the right mix of helpfulness, but also allow you lots space and respect to do your own thing. No long list of rules, just an undertaking to care for the environment and be mindful of other guests. The gardens are stunning and quite obviously Bernadettes pride and joy. We saw a humming bird out of the window and lots of butterflies. My daughter loved the pool, it was warm and large enough for a good swim. It is just a few minutes from two lovely beaches and there is a good range of places to eat very close by. We went on several boat trips, which the hotel can help arrange. All in all a really stunning place, couldnt have been more pleased with our choice.
We stayed in a suite for our honeymoon, and the room was just beautiful. The courtyard/pool area is beautifully maintained with gorgeous flowers. My only complaints about the stay was that the surrounding neighborhood is a little run down, and at night, there were ants in the room. They didn't bother us at all, but nonetheless, a small minus. I would stay here again!
This hotel is in a quiet residential area of PE, the Rinconada. We easily walked to many delicious restaurants, were able to find a cab by walking down to the main road, a few blocks away when we needed. The exterior of the hotel and courtyard are absolutely beautiful and very well maintained. The pool area was hardly ever used by anyone except our family during our 8 night stay. The gorgeous plants, palm trees and flowers created privacy and made the whole area feel very tropical. Pool towels are provided during your stay, you are asked to reuse and keep them for a few days, which we did. Our family stayed in suite 5, it is a downstairs suite, near the rear gate. The door of our room opened to a courtyard with a fountain, the windows/doors opened with iron bars for security. No window screens are present. The wall unit air conditioner is in the master bedroom, and it is to only be used at night. There are two ceiling fans, one in the master bedroom, which has a king bed, and a twin bed. The other room has a twin and double bed, ceiling fan, table & chairs, and an old tv (we never used it, but I think it works!). There is a very small kitchenette, which has a sink, small stove, refrigerator and coffee maker. There is a large plastic drinking water dispenser that was filled when we arrived. The bathroom was small, and the shower is open with a small curb of tile. Our water seemed to spray all over the bathroom (which was tiled), but always seemed to stay damp, so our towels did not dry out between use, even though we had them hung up. Daily housekeeping service was appreciated and thorough. Our floors were swept and mopped, our bathroom was cleaned. Our first day, a gorgeous bouquet was waiting in our room with flowers from the hotel grounds. We were always greeted while coming or going, the hotel staff was very friendly and pleasant. We did have an issue with ants in our room, but it's expected in the Mexican climate. We were given our very own can of ant spray, so we sprayed the floor of the exterior doors and open windows each evening, and that seemed to take care of most of the problem. We are a family of 5, and it was a very comfortable stay. Being able to hang out in the beautiful pool area made it seem like we had more living space, much more than a regular hotel room. We would definitely stay at this charming hotel again.
On arriving and walking through the pool and surrounding area, I thought of paradise. Lounge chairs, tables, etc, around the large pool with lush vegetation. Our room was also impressive, nice living area with TV and table for meals, bookshelves, then kitchenette with everything needed, then nice bedroom, and the bathroom. There were two French doors in both the living room and the bedroom, which had a nice iron work so no one could enter, plus a separate door that went to a small private patio. Oh, fresh flowers in the living room too. If we had to nit pick, the shower head was located high or positioned strangely, and there was no washcloth. They did charge extra for the air conditioning to be on during the day, but we didn't bother.
This is a really beautiful place - especially in March when we visited: all the blossoms were out and it was lovely. Very picturesque; just like the website photos. We had a great little apartment: living room with TV, small kitchen area (which we didn't use except for the fridge), large bedroom, bathroom, and small outside terrace where we had our morning coffee. Air Con only in the bedroom, but that was fine. The owner lives in part of the hotel area too. Like everywhere in Mexico the price quoted doesn't include tax, so be aware that you'll need to add approx. 20%. It does tell you that when you book.
Not my first choice to stay but a great one. I wanted to stay elsewhere but elected not to because of noise concerns. We made a great choice staying here. Clean rooms, beautiful landscaping, attentive staff and owner, and it has a pool. The pool is definitely a bonus when you are zapped from the beach and want to cool off at the hotel. Keep in mind that it is a Mexican hotel. Very laid back and a bit more rustic than an American hotel. Don't expect the Waldorf Astoria and you will not be disappointed. Walking distance to Playa Carizalillo, quite a few restaurants, small shops and stores, and to town if you enjoy walking and experiencing the culture. Otherwise it's a 25 peso taxi ride. Would definitely stay again.
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