AddressEmilio Carranza, 32-A Uruapan del ProgresoSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
This 19th-century house has just four rooms set around a garden decorated with local pottery. The rooms vary quite a bit, but the best are extremely comfortable and decorated with great touches such as granite or wooden counters in the bathroom, tiled floors and local art on the walls.
Homemade breakfasts are sumptuous, the friendly artist owners will make you feel right at home and you’re also welcome to use the kitchen to make your own meals. The owners aren't always around so it's best to call in advance and let them know when you'll be arriving.
Our independent authors have visited Casa Chikita and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Uruapan.
Services & facilities
- Tour desk
- Airport shuttle (surcharge)
- Shuttle service (surcharge)
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Description provided by property
Offering Mexican-style architecture, complimentary Continental breakfast, massages services and a garden, Casa Chikita is 200 metres from Eduardo Ruiz National Park and 350 metres from Uruapan main square.
The rooms feature rustic décor, wooden furniture, wardrobe and a private tiled bathroom including shower. Free Wi-Fi is provided in all areas.
Guests at Casa Chikita can find a variety of restaurants serving local food within 10 minutes’ walk.
Activities such as tours to the Paricutín Volcano can be arranged as well.
This property is 10 minutes’ walk from the San Pedro clothes factory and 10 minutes’ drive from the Tzaracua waterfalls. Morelia International Airport is 2 hours’ drive away.
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