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Finding an ideal romantic hotel in Morelia does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Alameda Centro Historico Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
Guest rooms include air conditioning, a safe, and VIP room facilities. In addition, guests can enjoy free breakfast during their visit.
As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests, and Alameda Centro Historico Hotel makes getting online easy, with free wifi.
If you like pubs, Alameda Centro Historico Hotel is conveniently located near El Campanario, Pollos Envara Asados, and Manglar.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Museo Del Dulce (0.7 km), Centro Historico de Morelia (0.1 km), and Guadalupe Sanctuary (1.7 km), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
Alameda Centro Historico Hotel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Morelia.
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Avenida Francisco i. Madero Poniente 313 Frente a Plaza de las Armas, Morelia 58000 Mexico
I stayed in room 403. I am only reviewing my experience in that room. I know people who stayed in other rooms and they had a different experience.
First the good. I stayed at the end of November and the lobby and dining room were decorated very nicely for Christmas.
The location of the hotel is very good, centrally located to just about everything....right off the square.
I believe the front of the hotel must have been under construction because the elevator are was like a work zone. Did not fit in with the lobby area at all.....it almost seemed like it was outside.
Went up to my room and when I opened the door, it hit the bed. The door would not open all the way up. Had to turn my luggage sideways to get in the door. This is known to management at the hotel because they attached a door stop to the bed so the door hits that and not the bed. Not sure why they didn't just reconfigure the furniture in the room instead.
The room itself was nice, the bed was comfy. There was a safe in the closet, but it was up high. Since I am not 6 feet tall, it made it difficult to make sure the safe was empty when checking out.
The bathroom (shower and toilet) were up a step.....this makes it dangerous if trying not to wake others in the room during the night.....must turn lights on. The sink area was outside the bathroom.
The shower was terrible. It was small and I think that contributed to the problem. The shower was a waterfall shower, in the middle of the small stall. It gave you the effect of being waterboarded. There was no way to get out of the water stream to breathe when you were in the shower without turning the water off. Not good, especially when you don't want to swallow the water in Mexico.
If that wasn't weird enough, the A/C was even worse. If the AC was on you only had two options for the fan.....ON and AUTO....there was no low or off. The fan was industrial strength. It opened up right above the sink. There was no covering on the fan.....it was open so you could see right up the shaft. The shaft was big enough for a full size person to fit through. When the fan was on, everything in the room near the fan, would fly around. If I happened to be standing there, my hair went all over the place. It was like being in a wind tunnel.
I did end up sleeping well there (after I turned the A/C off). The room faces the front of the hotel but is not directly across from the square. The square had live music until about 3 in the morning (on a Thursday). But because the room is not directly across from the square you can hear the noise but are not bombarded by it. It was background noise like having the TV on....so I slept well.
Morelia is a nice town. However because of all the quirks in room 403, if I go back to Morelia , I will not be staying at the Hotel Alameda.
We have spent a night at Alameda Hotel in Morelia and it's overall a great hotel. Staff was very friendly and helpful, breakfast buffet included in the very reasonable price and the room was clean and spacious with basic amenities. Beds were comfortable.
However the walls seem to be paper thin and we were able to hear every cough from next door. The only window doesn't go to the outside, but to the inner court (basically the staircase connecting all the rooms) which seems very odd, since this is nonetheless indoors. The bathroom was clean but the sink was missing a plug and the shower had a very basic curtain, which seems a bit outdated in a modern hotel. I can therefore only give it 3/5 stars.
Located near the center of the historical this hotel is both comfortable and convenient. Within walking distance to many sightseeing opportunities you will not run out of things to do. The breakfast buffet was wonderful with a wide variety of foods for any eater. The lounge and bar located in the front of the hotel next to the sidewalk and street allows you to watch the world go by while enjoying a beverage. A good sized local artisan Mercado is just around the corner. Come here, relax, and enjoy. Many restaurants located within a block or two from the hotel.
Old, dirty room that needs updating. Carpet was nasty and furniture was well beyond its useful life. There were no electrical plugs on walls, but attached to the bottom of one tabletop was an upside-down power strip that did work. The strangest thing was a window that looked out into a central walkway/courtyard, and the curtains were too small for the window. This resulted in a gap of 8 inches where the curtain sections did not meet. Thankfully, I travel with old fashioned clothes pins and was able to close that gap.
Breakfast was not great. I found NO English speakers at the front desk. There was also no parking nearby for our bus so 30+ people had an adventure every time we came or left the hotel, sometimes walking several blocks. This complex has specific elevators for specific rooms so try your best Spanish to ask at the front desk. My room had no mini fridge.
They have good English television stations, great WIFI high speed, and the bed was very comfortable.
Other than clean rooms ,Our group of 38 occupying 40 rooms. many of us had an issue with street noise . having a room at the top floor may have a less noise advantage. The buffet breakfast was not tasty either ,may be they used lard for cooking