This is a historic hotel just blocks away from the zocalo. It's just off that you won't get the noise from the zocalo, however an easy skip and jump to it. It is a converted colonial mansion of sorts, and oozes charm. As a result, most rooms are different and usually quite large. We got a room with a balcony overlooking the main street, which was quite nice and not too noisy. The AC worked well too.
Breakfast is great here. Everything we ordered was great. The patio in the back of the hotel is awesome with a waterfall. The staff were helpful although a fair number of them don't speak much English. However, it wasn't a big deal.
If I was back in Puebla, I would stay here again. More