I was traveling with a friend, we stayed a night to take el Chepe in the morning. We arrived at 8pm, reception was fast, the room was spacious but air conditioning was insufficient. It was HOT, and it never reached a good temperature. Beds are comfortable. The bar closes at 10! And there was nothing open to get a drink or water in the town except for a small convenience store 4 blocks away.
They offer transportation to the train station and charge you 100 pesos per person, they take your luggage from your room and take you in a bus. If you get a cab, the cab will charge you 60 pesos.
Suggestions. Arrive early, buy water and snacks before everything closes and if you're in the mood for a night cap, buy your wine early.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 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. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Posada Del Hidalgo Hotel