Looking for a place to stay in Comitan? Then look no further than Hotel Lirice Colonial, a budget friendly small hotel that brings the best of Comitan to your doorstep.
Hotel Lirice Colonial offers guests an array of room amenities including a desk, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The small hotel offers 24 hour front desk and baggage storage, to make your visit even more pleasant.
While in Comitan, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hotel Lirice Colonial, including Cafe-Bar 500 Noches (0.4 mi), Ta Bonitio (0.4 mi), and Camino Secreto (0.5 mi).
Looking for something to do in Comitan? Pueblo Magico - Kiosko, Zocalo y Calles Del Centro de la Ciudad (0.4 mi), Parque Central (0.4 mi), and Museo de Arte Hermila Domínguez de Castellanos (0.2 mi) are some popular attractions that are within walking distance of Hotel Lirice Colonial.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Lirice Colonial as you experience everything Comitan has to offer.
I stayed in a one bedroom and it was pretty standard. The good thing is that it's close to the center and the receptionist is very friendly and helpful. The wifi is a bit sketchy sometimes so watch out.
I stayed at the Hotel Lirice for 2 nights. The hotel is situated about a 8-minute walk from the main square (zocalo), so it's easily accessible but unfortunately not right next door (hence the great price!). My room had two double beds, a private bathroom, hot water (it takes a few minutes to get hot), and a small TV. One downside to the hotel is that rooms are not particularly soundproof, so you may hear your neighbors and/or street traffic at times. It was not loud enough to disrupt my stay, but if you are a light sleeper, you may want to pack earplugs just in case your neighbors are less respectful. The hotel courtyard was under renovation during my stay, but the construction was not intrusive or noisy. Like most of Comitan, the staff did not speak any English, but were more than happy to give directions/recommendations in Spanish and store my luggage after the noon check-out until my afternoon bus. They were very friendly and staffed round the clock. No credit cards are accepted, cash in Mexican pesos only. They were ill-prepared to make change for big bills, so plan accordingly. All in all, I'd stay here again.…