The building that houses our hotel dates back to 1880It was initially built to be used as army barracks, but then became one of the first hotels in Campeche City, and remained as such for almost a century.
SPECIAL PROMOTION 1: FREE WIRELESS INTERNET in public areas and some rooms.The building that houses our hotel dates back to 1880It was initially built to be used as army barracks, but then became one of the first hotels in Campeche City, and remained as such for almost a century.In 2004, its new owners started remodeling it completely, although they respected the original architecture, floors, ceilings, patio, hallways and decoration, without neglecting modern amenities such as wireless internet, direct dial telephone, satellite TV, swimming pool and air conditioning, among others.Rooms are decorated with colonial style; they have original tile floors, high ceilings with wood beams, cedar furniture and completely new bathrooms. Courtesy continental breakfast is included daily.Note: Taxes are already included in the rates.Check in: 3:00 p.m (15.00)Check out: Noon (12:00 p.m.)Please specify your arrival time at the Hotel, this is very important for us.Cancelations policy: Must be cancel the reservations 72 hours before the arrival, after this time you will be charged for No-show HIGH SEASON POLICIES:Bookings with stay dates between December 22nd to January 2nd will be charged 100% at time of booking, and are non refundable rates, no exclutions. Debit cards are not accepted for these dates.
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- 24 hour reception
- Air Conditioning
- Breakfast not included
- Free Internet Access
- House Keeping
- Outdoor Swimming Pool
- Safety Deposit Box
- Swimming Pool
- Tours Travel Desk
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
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Our hotel is located in the historic center of Campeche City (declared World Heritage Site in 1999 by UNESCO), a few steps from the sea. It is surrounded by historic buildings, colonial houses, churches, forts and walls, souvenir stores, museums, convention center, bars and restaurants.
The best way to explore Campeche City and its historic center is on foot, because everything is within a short walking distance.You can, for example, visit "House number 6", to get a glimpse of how the wealthy people used to live. Other places not to miss are the Cathedral, the Main Square, the Historic Center, and even the Pier.Out of Campeche City, the following places are worth visiting: the archaeological sites of Calakmul and Edzna, the caves of Xtacumbilxunaan, the beaches of Champoton and nearby villages full of tradition and culture, but for all of them, a car is necessary