We stayed in 2 private rooms on the hotel (not hostel) side. High ceilings, comfy beds (by far the best of the 5 places we stayed in Mexico), "modern art" showers. Speaking of art, it's everywhere (walls, stairwells, painted rocks...). Nice bar on the roof with great views. One of our rooms was below the bar, so it was noisy until after 1 AM, but we're night owls so it was OK. (If you're not, get a room on the 1st floor.) One of the 4 of us had the hot water run out 1 minute into the shower (in the afternoon), but the rest of us were OK. Breakfast was hearty and delicious! Oh, and the location! It is just steps outside the walking-only callejones and plazas in the center of Querétaro! Without a doubt I will stay here on my next visit.
This hotel is for business trips, it's no adequate for families, there is no space for children play and the rooms are a little small.
The hotel is new and the upkeep is on very good conditions.
I don't like that I have to pay for parking, and there is a different password for each gadget that you want to connect to internet.
The staff was very helpful and pleasant.
"Awesome hotel in the heart of downtown queretaro."
My stay at the hotel was awesome. Great room, great staff, great location. The only bad thing is that it's a very quit place so you really can't have the smallest get together before the night staff start complaining, but other than that it's a great hotel.
We have travelled all over Mexico and other international destinations and I have never encountered beds so hard - the good news is they found pillows (I think they were supposed to be pillows) to match. I always say there is nothing like a good night's sleep when you are traveling and (believe me) you will get nothing like a good night's sleep here. On top of the back-pain - as other guests have commented, rooms connect thru cheesy doors so you can hear everything (yes- everything) from passion to hiccups in the next rooms. These are problems that management could fix and I hope they do, because otherwise, the hotel is well located, close to downtown, on Constituyenntes, has good parking and WiFi, a nice colonial ambient, a decent restaurant (traditional Mexican fare, good service, well prepapred at economical prices) a nice garden outdoor courtyars around a large swimming pool - pleasant to lounge, work on your lap-top or sip a drink. This place has so much potential, but I would not return until they replace the mausoleum slabs with actual mattresses.
Jim from Mazatlan - Scottsdale
Real de Minas Tradicional Hotel, in Queretaro, Queretaro, Mexico, is a Five Star Hotel belonging to the Real de Minas Hotel …More
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