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Posada de los Angeles

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Denver, CO
Reviewed 29 March 2013

Wow...what a deal this place is! It is just 1 block from Plaza Chica where the collectivos drop in town. The family staff is super nice. The gardenesqe patio and sitting area are awesome (I am enjoying it right now with a cold Indio). And the price...terrific...$35 USD /nt for two beds. And, those beds...as good as any at a...

1Thank denvergreg
Tequisquiapan, Mexico
Reviewed 27 May 2012

This is my favorite place in Patzcuaro. Have been here a few times and always come back. It is a family business hostel. It was renovated a few years back, and the owner takes care that everything is clean and nice. The rooms are modest, but the quality of sleep is good. The hotel is situated at less than 3...

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New Hampshire
Reviewed 23 April 2011

We stayed here for over 10 days this year (2011) and the same length of time in 2009. Everything you read in the reviews are true. It is clean, convenient, extremely attractive, and a great bargain. The owners are great. Very helpful and friendly but unobtrusive.

Thank NHCowboy
Reviewed 12 November 2008

My two friends and I were made aware of this hidden jewel by the taxi driver who brought us into town. The owner, Nico, was a wonderful host and gave us many tips and special attention. The little hotel is beautiful, clean, very accessible and extremely reasonable. I'm looking forward to going back to Patzcuaro and plan to stay at...

1Thank TexasReyna
Jocotepec, Mexico
Reviewed 29 February 2008

This delightful small inn should really be listed under hotels rather than B&Bs as breakfast is not provided. However, at a rate of $30/day single (one double bed) or $42/day double (two double beds), it is a real bargin. For families, there is a large suite with four double beds. The posada is located on a tiny quiet street just...

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Whitehorse, Canada
Reviewed 2 January 2008

A lovely, friendly little family run hotel a block off the Plaza Chica down the street beside the Biblioteca. Run by a charming professor and his family. 10 rooms, a flowery patio, well maintained. We stayed in one of the cheaper rooms at $30 which suited us just fine. There are also some larger rooms costing a little more. Cable...

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Address: Calle Titere No. 17, Patzcuaro 61600, Mexico
Region: Mexico > Central Mexico and Gulf Coast > Michoacan > Patzcuaro
Number of rooms: 9
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“rooms 7 to 10 (upstairs) get the best morning sun!”
NHCowboy, 23 Apr 2011 | Read review
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