Lonely Planet review
A block south of the plaza, Emilia is run by a friendly, English-speaking family and is keen to attract backpackers to its three reasonably comfy rooms, one with its own bathroom. It has a good clean ground-floor restaurant, Pueblo Mío, serving fare from antojitos and seafood cocktails to burgers and pizzas.
Our independent authors have visited Hostal Emilia and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Tehuantepec.
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