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All reviews posada del hidalgo beautiful hotel copper canyon train station the river street side the hotel's restaurant swimming pool shrimp nice room church bells great margaritas only stayed one night taxi ride walk around very friendly service pesos per person
Stayed here the first night of our El Chepe trip. Very friendly service , spacious rooms with air conditioned. Zorro even comes to visit while eating at the outdoor restaurant. Watch for the sand fleas in the morning as you exit the property. Our legs...More
This is the place to stay when visiting El Fuerte on your Chepe journey.
Very friendly service , spacious rooms with air conditioned. Small pool and good restaurant. Walking distance to all attractions. A lot of history in the property.
This is a lovely quaint hotel in El Fuerte and I would recommend staying here. The property is absolutely beautiful, with so much garden space, terraces and a good location. It is close to the main sights in the city and the river.
We tsayed here for just one night while in El Fuerte.
Our room was very large, opening onto a large courtyard.
I wish we had stayed here for more nights.
The Breakfast was very good.
They offer a "cheesy" Zorro show around the pool at...More
- nice garden and building,
- little pool,
- spacious room,
- good beds,
- performance and storytelling of Zorro
- steep way to get at the reception,
- decoration of the room is basic,
- curtains don't darken the room...More
Posada del Hidalgo is a beautiful colonial mansion. This attractive structure was built in 1890 by Don Rafael Almada, a wealthy and influential "alcalde" (mayor) who spent five years and 100,000 gold pesos on its construction. The wooden trim was made from 285 Canadian red pine beams. Don Rafael's mansion was the largest and most beautiful in El Fuerte. It was built just below the old fort, and has four layers of brick and adobe construction. The iron work was brought from Mazatlan.
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Awards & Recognition
Certificate of Excellence
Historic Hotel, Centrally Located, Family
Suites, Non-Smoking Rooms, Family Rooms
Number of rooms
US$78 - US$107 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
As long as you stay there, you can park your vehicle in their very small lot behind the hotel that they lock-up at night. Therefore, your vehicle needs to be very small and compact otherwise, it won't fit! We have a large... More
As long as you stay there, you can park your vehicle in their very small lot behind the hotel that they lock-up at night. Therefore, your vehicle needs to be very small and compact otherwise, it won't fit! We have a large F150 extended cab pick-up truck, so we rented a small caR so that we could park there and off to The Copper Canyon we went on El Chepe for 6 days! Good luck!
Response from bulldoug85745 | Reviewed this property |
Yes to both questions. We stayed in two different rooms. A more expensive and larger room before taking the train and a smaller, less expensive room upon our return. Both had two beds and walk in showers. Please note... More
Yes to both questions. We stayed in two different rooms. A more expensive and larger room before taking the train and a smaller, less expensive room upon our return. Both had two beds and walk in showers. Please note however it is a fairly steep walk on an incline to go from the street up the reception area-bar-dining room. This is a really nice hotel and I strongly recommend it.