San Cristobal Hostels and Hotels
Posada Mexico Hostel is the largest and most frequented hostel in San Cristobal. The atmosphere is relaxed. There are shared bathrooms with well kept sleeping areas, or dormitories. Private rooms and baths are also available. There is a fully equipped shared kitchen and bar area.
Rossco Backpackers Hostel is across from Santo Domingo church. This is a spacious hostel with a large garden area. The standard dorm is 10-14 beds, with shared bathrooms and showers. Also available, upstairs, are private rooms and baths. Rossco’s is known for its evening bonfires and lively nightlife. They offer breakfast, internet service, kitchen access and salsa classes.
Hotel Posada 5 offers the same as the other hostels but with less gathering space both inside or outside. This is basically a smaller hostel or an alternative to the larger ones. The dorms have 6 beds each with shared bathrooms and showers. The amenities include small kitchen, TV room, rooftop hammocks and salsa classes.
Posada La Casa de Carmelita is a family run, clean place to stay. This is a great location and great views of the surrounding countryside.
Hotel San Martin offers simple rooms with twin beds. Although it offers a great central location it is far from charming.
Hotel Casa Margarita has 30 attractive, somewhat modern rooms. Electric heaters, internet, hot water and cable TV in each room. The suites have small patios, wood floors, king size beds and small sofas.
is centrally located. Offers a cheerful and clean atmosphere but is very cramped and small.
Hotel Posada San Cristobal is a step back in time. This is a colonial hotel with original creaky wood flooring and a beautiful courtyard. It is located between the zocalo and the bus station which makes it a very central location and convenient to everything in San Cristobal. The rooms are clean, cozy and attractive, however they are quite small. The master suite is large, has a king size bed and wonderful views of the city. The restaurant is very good is a very nice place for Sunday brunch.
Hotel Posada El Paraiso is a small hotel, but again, centrally located. Cozy and quaint however the walls are paperthin.
Na Bolom is not only a hotel, but a museum and a research center as well. Rooms are cozy with king size beds, whirlpool baths and beautiful gardens. The resutaunt has a nightly five course family style dinner. This hotel was previously owned and lived in by a famous artist and archaeologist.
Hotel Casa Mexicana is very nice hotel in the center of the plaza. The main hotel was previously a colonial mansion, which has under gown major renovations to become a wonderful hotel. The rooms are small but very nice and the courtyard is just beautiful.
Parador San Juan de Dios offers large rooms and a beautiful art collection. The furnishings are Mexican antiques, Persian rugs and original oil paintings. Each room is unique and beautiful. The hotel is well maintained and the service is amazing.
Hotel Posada Real de Chiapas is new to the areas hotels. This is a small, upscale hotel. The rooms are large and well furnished with modern amenities. The rooms are covered with local artisan works of art and textiles. The garden is beautiful and it is recommended that you ask for a room in the back as it does get noisy with the live bands playing on the weekends.
San Cristobal Hostels and Hotels Posada Mexico Hostel is the largest and most frequented hostel in San Cristobal. The atmosphere is relaxed. There are shared bathrooms with well kept sleeping areas, or dormitories. Private rooms and baths are also available. There is a fully equipped [...]
San Cristobal Bed and Breakfasts
a’s B&B is small with a mere five rooms and two garden units. The bathroom is shared. This B&B is perfect for singles but could be a bit small for couples . There are three suites on the top floor that overlook an amazing garden. This B&B is owned by an American who lives on site and is an amazing host. The rooms have space heaters, pillow top mattresses and electric blankets for those chilly nights. There is no kitchen available however, they do offer a full breakfast, and beverages all day long.
Sol y Luna Guest Inn is Mexican culture at its best all confined to one building. You will find books, artwork, photos and local artisans textiles throughout. It might appear to be somewhat cluttered, however it is beautiful and full of local culture. Two of the rooms have fireplaces. There is a large garden area with chairs and a cozy fireplace. The owner is from California and has lived on site for more than 15 years. The kitchen is accessible and there is also wireless internet available. The American owner has an enormous amount of local cultural history and is anxious to share with you.
Casa Felipe Flores is by fare one of the most beautiful places to stay. Everything about Casa Felipe Flores is first class from the gardens, shady patios, wood beamed ceilings to the hand painted tiled bathrooms. Everything here is first class and very well maintained.
La Bamba Guesthouse is obviously jut one that. A one room guest house that is one of the finest places to stay. In this one bedroom guesthouse you will find a kitchen, bathroom, cozy living room and a breath taking garden. The mainhouse is owned by an American who takes great pride in the care and upkeep of the guesthouse and the surrounding property.
San Cristobal Bed and Breakfasts Beli a’s B&B is small with a mere five rooms and two garden units. The bathroom is shared. This B&B is perfect for singles but could be a bit small for couples . There are three suites on the top floor that overlook an amazing garden. [...]
There are some budget accommodations in Toluca but all they really provide is a good location. There is not a very big night life scene in Toluca so you will need to spend quite a bit of time in your room. You may also want to know that many of the hotels rent rooms by the hour for couples who are wanting to have a little fun. The San Nicolas Hotel is located on Bravo and hidalgo and they have clean and bigger rooms for the area. You will pay 200 pesos for a single room and an additional 20 pesos if you would like a TV. if you would like a double room plan on spending between 250 and 300 pesos per night just depending if you need a TV or
not. You may want to opt for a TV since there is not a whole heck of a lot to do once the sun goes down. At the San Carlos Hotel you will have a room that is painted in blue and pink. This hotel is located on Portal Madero. These rooms come with two beds, cable TV, and telephones. The prices here are not very economical. You will pay 310 pesos for a single, 410 pesos for a double and 510 pesos for a triple. They do accept all major credit cards here. You may also want to check out the Maya Hotel located on Hidalgo. The rooms here are small and a bit eccentric. These are not the most luxurious accommodations as the walls are metal and you can hear everything going on in the room adjacent to yours. If you opt for a double room you will find you have a little more privacy but not much. The price of the single rooms here are 110 pesos and the doubles are160 pesos. The doubles with a private bathroom cost 210 pesos per night. They only accept cash at Maya Hotel .
There are some budget accommodations in Toluca but all they really provide is a good location. There is not a very big night life scene in Toluca so you will need to spend quite a bit of time in your room. You may also want to know that many of the hotels rent rooms by the hour for couples who are [...]
You can find some pretty good deals in Ixtapan de la Sal as long as you steer clear of the fancy, high end resorts. The best deal in town can be found at Maria Isabel Hotel located on Kiss 11. You can easily find it by traveling on Juarez and then turning right on to 16 de Septiembre and then you will turn again on Matamoros. The rooms here are very clean and come standard with cable TV and private bathroom. On the top floor of the hotel they also provide a sun deck. The price is 126 pesos per person per evening. If you would like three meals included with your stay you will just pay 212 pesos per night. They only accept cash as payment. There is another hotel located on 16 de Septiembre called Sofia Casa de Huespedes where they offer large private bathrooms with very colorful beds and wall paper. Included in the room you will find cable TV standard. If you need a single room the price is 176 pesos, doubles are 310 pesos, and triples are 430 pesos. They also only accept cash as payment. There is another place called Casa Sarita Hotel located on Obregon and very close to the church. This is an older hotel that shows its age but you will find it to be quite comfortable and clean. The prices are 160 pesos per person per night. They only accept cash as payment.
You will never run out of places to eat while in Ixtapan de la Sal. You can find plenty of inexpensive options in the street taco stands and also in the snack bar area of the centro. You can eat for around 16 pesos per person. A really tasty place you may want to try for their tacos, tortas, and delicious enchiladas is that of Chimbombo which is located on Juarez. The atmosphere here is very inviting and the food is tasty. You will look to pay around 15 pesos per item. The Chimbombo is open daily 6pm-2am and they only take cash for payment. You may also want to try some pizza that has a little Mexican flair to it you should head to Pepe’s which offers pasta and pizza. Here they have pizzas for 30 pesos, beers for 16 pesos, and pastas for 18 pesos. They are open every day from noon-10pm. They accept all major credit cards as payment. There is a bakery that makes all the freshest breads and pastries in town called Salgado Panificadora on Obregon. here you can purchase pastries for 5 pesos. They are open every day 7am-10pm and only take cash. If you would like to load up on snacks and beverages for your hotel room you can do so at Comercial Garis Supermarket located on 16 de Septiembre. They are open Mon-Sat 9am-8pm and Sundays 8am-7pm.
You can find some pretty good deals in Ixtapan de la Sal as long as you steer clear of the fancy, high end resorts. The best deal in town can be found at Maria Isabel Hotel located on Kiss 11. You can easily find it by traveling on Juarez and then turning right on to 16 de Septiembre and then you [...]