Hotel Posada Mandala
AddressLerin 14 centro PátzcuaroSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Arty international travelers love this low-profile guesthouse, with six simple, whitewashed rooms surrounding a small plant-filled courtyard. The best rooms are those upstairs, with their own facilities and great views over the rooftops of Pátzcuaro. Weekly pizza nights are held here. Make sure you're a part of it!
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Posada Mandala and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Pátzcuaro.
Description provided by property
Hotel Posada Mandala is located in central Patzcuaro and offers complimentary coffee service, free WI-Fi access and book exchange with other guests and the property.
The functional rooms are well illuminated, feature a wardrobe and have a private bathroom with shower.
Guests at Hotel Posada Mandala may enjoy Italian-style dishes, like pizzas and pasta, at the on-site restaurant. There is also an equipped kitchen that all guests can use. Within 200 metres from the property are several restaurants, coffee shops and a small supermarket.
The Casa de los 11 Patios is a historic building that now houses an art craft market and sells it; it is located 60 metres from Hotel Posada Mandala. The Vasco de Quiroga Main Square is 200 metres away and General Francisco J. Mujica International Airport, in Morelia, can be reached in an hour and 10 minutes by car.
Please note the property does not accept credit cards. Hotel Posada Mandala will contact the guest in advance to arrange deposit payment in order to guarantee the reservation.
Please note that the rates on this website are quoted in USD but that guests are charged in Mexican Pesos based on the hotel exchange rate.
Services & facilities
- Tour desk
- 24-hour front desk
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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