Hotel Diego de Mazariegos
AddressMaria Adelina Flores, 2 Colonia Centro San Cristóbal de Las CasasSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
This classy, long-established hotel occupies two 18th-century mansions built around beautiful, wide courtyards. The 76 rooms are large and decked out with traditional fabrics and fittings, but also have modern comforts including cable TV. Some have fireplaces (M$15 per load of wood), and suites have spa tubs. The hotel has a lively tequila-and-mariachi-themed bar.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Diego de Mazariegos and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in San Cristóbal de las Casas.
Description provided by property
Located just 150 metres from San Cristobal Church, Hotel Diego de Mazariegos offers charming colonial-style rooms with free Wi-Fi and cable TV. This 18th-century house features attractive courtyards and spacious conference facilities.
Each room at Diego de Mazariegos is decorated with warm colours and classic furniture. All rooms offer a safe, a telephone and a private bathroom with a hairdryer.
The hotel has 2 restaurants, a sports bar and a pub. You can also find a wide range of cafés, bars and restaurants within a 5-minute walk, in the centre of San Cristobal.
San Cristobal de las Casas is known for its beautiful colonial buildings. Staff at the hotel’s 24-hour reception are happy to provide information about the city and book tours of the local area.
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