I stumbled upon this oasis in this magnificent colonial town of Queretaro. I was taken by the garden that is surrounded by rooms. This boutique hotel is new and is owned and run by two brothers, Franco and Eduardo, who grew up here. Their mother is from Iowa, thus they speak perfect English and are most helpful in answering any questions.
The price is around $89 depending on the room. It is a very peaceful place to stay in a sometimes hectic city, yet you are only minutes from the gorgeous center with its museums and historic colonial architecture.
My favorite aspect is the marvelous breakfasts on the patio surrounded by the sounds of birds and bouganvilla.
I chose freshly squeezed orange juice, coffee, cereal, papaya, and hotcakes with honey, marmalade, and lechera, a sweet condiment.
This is the only place that I would stay in Queretaro even if I could afford a five star hotel, this is ranked with four stars, and even if I were traveling on a budget, I would splurge here.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Quinta Lucca is a small colonial hotel, located in the heart of the city of Queretaro. Walking distance from the most important tourist sites. Nice and peaceful atmosphere, great for pleasure or work. ... more less
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