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The Hotel is located a few blocks (6 approx.) from the Cathedral. You can go walking. They offer free parking inside the hotel and also free breakfast (eggs, chilaquiles, bread, juice, coffee). It is a nice place, the rooms are clean,the people that work there are nice people.
Pros: Gated parking, budget hotel. Scenic, rustic, picturesque courtyard patio. Staff was friendly. Cons: Cockroaches in our room. Don't stay I'm. 3rd floor. Staff changed our rooms but I wouldn't go back.
Since moving to Puerto Vallarta, México 2 years ago my wife and I had heard about San Miguel de Allende being a haven for expats and visitors. After this visit we can truthfully write that the rumors are well-founded. San Miguel de Allende is a colonial-era city in México’s central highlands. It is known for its baroque Spanish architecture, arts and festivals. In the city’s historic, cobblestoned center lies a beautiful Gothic facaded church whose dramatic pink towers rise above the main plaza, El Jardín. The church is unique and one of the most photographed churches in México. Although the surrounding countryside is drier at this time of the year the city appears as a green oasis in a more arid setting. The Good: The hotel is a short walk from the historic center. The colonial-era styled hotel blends with the city’s decor and is clean and tidy. The beds are comfortable and the showers are strong and hot. Although the breakfast choices are somewhat limited the food is well-prepared and tasty. The Bad: Our room (#206) was missing the bathroom sink plug (see photo), so I could not draw standing water for my morning shave. And due to the low ceiling the main center lighting fixture (see photo) hung so low that I kept hitting my head. The Ugly: The elevator was broken (see photo) which made it more difficult to climb the stairs for our friend’s wife who is a senior citizen with a back problem. And our toilet (room #206) was unable to flush properly. We had hotel maintenance unclog the toilet twice the first day. From that time forward we used the toilet infrequently. We rated the hotel as 3-stars due mainly due to the toilet and elevator issues. Had those issues been non-existent the hotel would have rated 4-stars. To rate 5-stars the hotel would need a facelift as it appears dated. Matching hotel uniforms for the staff rather than civilian clothes would be necessary and an english-speaking receptionist would be a must. The hotel manager was not visible during our stay, and his absence may account for the lax appearance of the staff. As well as a more professional appearance in dress and manner the staff needs training to be more professional even when they are unaware of guests presence. On several occasions the receptionist appeared startled by my presence even as I stood at the counter for sometime before she noticed. All-in-all the hotel was a pleasant experience in a beautiful city.
Very convenient location and secure parking were two of the reasons we stayed here. It's a nice hotel. Very clean. The rooms are a little in the small side but for the money we had no complaints. It's a nice building with a good courtyard.
Great parking, comfortable beds. Continental breakfast. Coffee in lobby early. Mostly quiet. Good location to walk to town or library. In NW quadrant of city and next to Insurgencies blvd, therefore one must commute alongside tons of diesel buses and motorcycles. Quaint, attractive hotel.
We like the hotel, it is set in a beautifull colonial hotel beautifull gardens, stone walls with arches. Yet the rooms smell humid, the internet is less than slow (<1MB!) and breakfast service is terrible and food is not very good and what they told us in the reception turned out the restaurant didnt agree. Juice is watered down and chilaquiles not very good. And the attitude of the waiter is the worse part.
The staff were very friendly, nice big courtyard, a short walk to the center of town and I paid a very low price. Parking was secure and easily accesible from the room. I didn't care for the breakfast.
The location of the hotel is convenient and there is parking on site. The rooms were very hot (no fan or airconditioning). No pool. i would avoid staying here from May - August. Good water pressure but very small bathroom. The beds were not comfortable. I stayed during holy week so my choices were limited. It was way overpriced for the quality.
Nothing fancy, but a very convenient location. Just to the left after entering San Miguel Centro. Easy to access with a car! And a parking lot that is on the hotel grounds and secured with a locked gate. If you're driving in, I would highly recommend the Monteverde. Our rooms were toasty even though the night time temperatures were in the low 40 degrees. Prices are a bargain too. Our rooms with 2 beds were about $40USD per night.
Stayed at this hotel during my first visit to San Miguel. Beautiful grounds and restaurant open for breakfast. Room was hot and humid due to small windows. Room has no microwave nor fridge. Check in wasn't until 3PM and we literally waited in the lobby for hours until that check in time. Staff is not friendly. Each time I asked them a simple question would get attitude. Please smile more we are tourists and would like to come back. Beautiful city but will need a cab ride to get anywhere as hotel is not near anything.
Located in Zona Centro, Hotel Monteverde Best Inns is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as El Jardin and Parish Church of San Miguel Arcangel. This 40-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, concierge services, and a terrace.
The 40 rooms have free bottled water and desks. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels. Designer toiletries are also included.
Hotel Monteverde Best Inns features free WiFi in public areas, a terrace, and laundry facilities. Self parking is offered for MXN 0 per stay. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with concierge services, securing valuables, and dry cleaning/laundry. This smoke-free hotel also has a garden.