My husband and I stayed at Casa Luna for 4 nights. We had read the reviews and seen the pictures on their web site, and we were rather disappointed when we got there. You can tell that several years ago it was a beautiful place, but it definitely has changed for the worse. You can tell that it has been a long time since they've done anything to the hotel. It seems old, used, run-down.They say breakfast is included, but what you get is coffee and a piece of fruit (orange).
When we checked-in, the sink in our bathroom was terribly dirty (disgusting). The safety box in the room didn't work.
On the positive side, our room was very spacious and had a terrace. Also, the staff is very friendly.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Rated "one of the world's best unknown hotels" by Travel & Leisure Magazine. Nestled in the mountains four hours from Mexico City, lies the quaint village of San Miguel de Allende, a Spanish-colonial jewel and designated historic monument by the Mexican government. With narrow cobblestone streets, colorful markets and fiestas, numerous shops, galleries and fine restaurants, San Miguel is a favorite destination for artists, writers and discriminating world travelers. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Casa Luna Hotel San Miguel De Allende