We reserved a room with two beds but were led to an attic room with one bed. That attic room has several metal bars going through the entire room, at the "head/torso" level. My understanding is that all attic rooms are like that. This might seem like a cute architectural detail but actually you WILL bump into this metal several times, especially at night. Avoid these rooms at all cost. After a complicated stand-off between us, the management and the US company that made the reservation for our two beds, we were led to a jacuzzi suite. These are not in the main building and are equipped with a strange "quasi" antique furniture. The garden in front of the rooms is very well maintained and rather fascinating. Breakfast is elegant, tasty, and relatively slow (which can be also described as "relaxed"). We were grateful the management took upon themselves to solve a misunderstanding between them and expedia.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Quinta las Acacias, a Mexico Boutique Hotel member, was built in a XIX century French style. Our main assets are the attention that we bring to our service and design. Indeed, we succeeded in joining/mixing the classic European style furniture and antiques with the Mexican handicraft beauty; it creates an elegant and welcoming atmosphere in all the rooms and areas which invite the guests to relax and enjoy an unforgettable stay. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Quinta Las Acacias Guanajuato
- Quinta Las Acacias Hotel Guanajuato