Hotel San Sebastian is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Comitan, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as extra long beds and an additional bathroom, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the small hotel.
Hotel San Sebastian features room service, sun umbrellas, and outdoor furniture, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a snack bar. If you are driving to Hotel San Sebastian, there is free private parking available nearby.
Travellers looking for Italian restaurants can head to Ristorante Italiano Due Torri.
If you are interested in exploring Comitan, check out an art museum, such as Museo de Arte Hermila Domínguez de Castellanos.
Enjoy your stay in Comitan!
This is not really a hotel as much as a house with nice rental rooms built on the upper level. The reason why this is inconvenient is, for example, that the front door remains always locked, but there's rarely anybody at reception. Several times I had to go looking for them in their bedroom or around the house and ask them to open the front door for us. When you've been out, you need to ring the bell several times. Besides from the fact that the internet is slow and non-existent in the room (only close to reception), there was one thing that bothered me the most. On my last night, I approached the owner to express that, contrary to what was promised, we didn't have wifi and that I had showered with cold water twice. I wanted to suggest they advise their clients about the showers. The boiler needs to be turned on half an hour before your shower for the water to be hot. I only learned this on my last night. I tried suggesting that they tell their clients upon check in and avoid the cold water experience. I was never able to finish my thought. The woman angrily said that I didn't pay her enough to keep the boiler on all day and that if the water was cold, I was the stupid one for showering in that condition. Anyway... I wasn't looking for trouble and the place is really not bad, but they don't really know costumer service (it's not a hotel) and if you have the slightest request or complaint she will snap in anger and defensiveness. My last night was unexpectedly unpleasant for this reason. It really is rare to find bad customer service in Mexico, people tend to always listen and be sensible about a solution when it's needed. …