Morelia Hotels
This page was last updated: March 11, 2017
 Casa Rosa
Rosa Calderon, Proprietor
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Casa/Casona Rosa is located in the center of Morelia's HistoricalDistrict and has been recognized by Lonely Planet and TripAdvisor as one of the best places to stay in Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico. Located just two shortblocks from the main street, Avenida Madero, in the Historic District and threeblocks from the world famous 17th century Cathedral, Casa/Casona Rosaputs you just steps away from the best Morelia has to offer. Cafés, restaurants, plazas, fountains and historic sites are all right around the corner.Casona ('big house') Rosa is in the Mexican tradition of an old colonial home.It has a large central courtyard with 5 ample suites. A Bed & Breakfast that offers a delicious breakfast buffet of coffee, teas, pan dulces and toast with jams, jellies and butter, as well as daily freshly cut fruit that Mexico is famous for.
http://www.casonarosa.com

http://www.hotelcasino.com.mx/About every hotel in Morelia
http://www.allmexicohotels.com/michoacan/morelia/
is a link to listings and contact info for just about every hotel in Morelia.

Hotel Aeropuerto
At the Morelia airport, 50 meters from terminal. 
http://www.hotelaeropuertomorelia.com/

I stayed there about 6 weeks ago. It's clean, pretty modern and
somewhat spare in the decor. But the beds were fairly comfortable,
there was lots of hot water and good water pressure. The staff was
friendly and helpful. I did not see any porters or bell boys when I
checked in or checked out, but knowing Mexico, if a guest really
needed help with their baggage it would no doubt materialize. For
being so close to the airport it was also remarkably quiet. 

I think my room was about $70USD before taxes and it had 2 double
beds, TV, desk and dresser. It may be a little more costly than other
hotels, but it's literally a stones throw from the airport, and when
you've got a 5:30 am flight, that nearness counts and price is less of
an issue. 

The only suggestion I might make is to eat well before you check in.
They have mostly packaged food available, or you have to walk over to
the airport where there are 2 restaurants upstairs. I also think that
it's probably a more useful hotel for those early morning flights out
of Morelia rather than the late night arrivals. I think if I were on
one of the flights that arrives after 11:00 p.m. that I'd be inclined
to go ahead and take a taxi into Morelia rather than spend a few hours
at Hotel Aeropuerto. If Patzcuaro or Uruapan was my final destination
then checking in after a late night arrival might be a reasonable plan. 

I liked the hotel well enough to give it a recommendation on the Trip
Advisor web site. It serves it's purpose and does it pretty well.


Mansion San Francisco (owned by Mexican family)
www.mansionsanfrancisco.com
Quiet, a few blocks from the cathedral, across the old San Francisco church/convent.

Hotel Casino
http://www.hotelcasino.com.mx/ 
Across the street from the cathedral.

Hotel Portico 
Aquiles Serdan 744 (one block west of Las Tarascas fountain) phone number 443-312-1446

Hotel Casa Galeana
Phone and fax. 01(443)313-10-87 
Ladafon. 01(443)317-21-88
e-mail: hotelcasagaleana@hotmail.com
http://hotelcasagaleana.com/index_english.html
Calle Galeana No. 507
Colonia Centro
Postal code 58000
Morelia, Michoacán., México
Very inexpensive but nice! 
Room cost
1 Person matrimonial bed$ 230.00
2 Persons matrimonial bed$ 300.00
2 Personas 2 matrimonial beds$ 350.00
3 and 4 Persons 2 matrimonial beds$ 450.00


Casa en el Campo
 is new hotel on the road behind Costco.
It is a pretty, up-scale hotel in the middle of an orange-tree grove. I was
shown one master suite and one junior suite. Neither was a suite as both
had only one room. The restaurant is small and at that time was only
serving breakfast. It is open to the public, so you can go for breakfast
and get a tour of the hotel. I went about a month ago, and it seemed that
only one guest was staying there. The hotel did not seem very Mexican and
is located a long way from restaurants for lunch or dinner.

The hotel is located a short distance from Carmelitas, the place that makes
the mermeladas, ates, and rompope that are sold at the Casa de Artesanias.
Carmelitas is a fun place to visit, especially if you get to walk by the
orchard and see the waterfall and acueducto.

http://www.hostelmorelia.com/english/index.htm
Terry, this hostel is located a couple of blocks from the San 
Francisco church in Morelia. Close to the center. They have email.

Los Juaninos Hotel is located at the Historical Downtown in the city of Morelia , heritage of mankind, and it is next to the magnificent cathedral and is part of the historical common property of this city, which was built with pink stone. 
Rates:  Master Suite  US$300.00; Junior Suite  US$200.00; Superior US$170.00 
Lower, promotional rates are offered most of the times. 
Includes American Breakfast for two;  Prices in USD and does not include taxes

Hotel  Los Juaninos
Morelos Sur 39 
Centro Histórico, C. P. 58000
Morelia, Michoacán, México. 
Tel.: #011+52--443-312-0036 (from USA)
Tel.: #443-312-0036 (within Mexico)
Tel.: #312-0036 (in Morelia)
http://www.hoteljuaninos.com.mx/   



Hotel Posada del Artista 
B & B and Gallery
Centro Historico
#324 Calzada Fray Antonio de San Miguel
Morelia, Michoacan
US$145 to US$195
http://www.posadadelartista.com/index_eng.html


http://www.hsoledad.com/
Hotel Soledad 
90 Zaragoza
Morelia, Mich
Ph#011-52-443-312-1888 from US
443-312-1888=local


Hotel Soledad 
90 Zaragoza
Morelia, Mich
Ph#011-52-443-312-1888 from US
443-312-1888=local
http://www.hsoledad.com/

Posada del Artista
B & B and Gallery
Centro Historico
Calzada Fray Antonio de San Miguel #324 Centro Tel. 01 (443) 312.37.04 
Morelia, Mich., Méx.
http://www.posadadelartista.com/eng/idx.htm
Bed and Breakfast 

Alma I. Rinasz 
Apdo Postal 125, 
Retorno de Colegio Militar #93, Colonia Chapultepec
Morelia, Michoacan 
Phone 443-324-3948
 a_i_rinasz@yahoo.com

We are located in the vicinity of the Bosque Cuahutemoc, between Lazaro Cardenas and Bulevar Garcia de Leon, on Retorno de Colegio Militar which is off of Colegio Militar, easy to locate.

More hotels:
Posada de La Soledad 
Hotel Virrey de Mendoza
Posada de Los Artistas
Posada de San Antonio   east of Centro, a 20 minute walk or a cab ride; not far 
from Fuente de Las Tarascas;  tranquil and beautiful 
La Posada de Los Artistas (more expensive)  
Casa San Diego new, contemporary, (even more expensive).
La Villa Montaña the classic, super deluxe hotel, in the Santa María Hills, great 
views, but it's definitely removed from the historic center.


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Casa Xola (pronounced SHO-la) is a Bed and Breakfast you will find in an exquisite, restored colonial home located in the heart of Morelia’s bustling downtown. A mere two blocks from the magnificent Cathedral, world-class restaurants, museums, markets, and just about all there is to see in this UNESCO World Heritage Site, Casa Xola offers a calm and restful place to come home to at the end of your busy day. 
Whether you choose to retire to the comfort of your room, the fountain patio, or to watch the sunset from the covered rooftop terrace and garden with spectacular views of Morelia and the surrounding hills and mountaintops, you will surely discover why our guests have repeatedly referred to Casa Xola as an “oasis”.

Casa Xola offers three separate, fully furnished, comfortable rooms, each with its own private bathroom. Continental breakfast, Wi-Fi, and on-site parking are just a few of the amenities included in the cost of your room. Please be assured that attention has been given to every detail where your comfort is concerned.
http://www.casaxola.com