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At the Morelia airport, 50 meters from terminal.
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 $70USD before taxes and it had 2 double
beds, TV, desk and dresser. It may be a little more costly than other
hotels, but it's literally a stones throw from the airport, and when
you've got a 5:30 am flight, that nearness counts and price is less of
The only suggestion I might make is to eat well before you check in.
They have mostly packaged food available, or you have to walk over to
the airport where there are 2 restaurants upstairs. I also think that
it's probably a more useful hotel for those early morning flights out
of Morelia rather than the late night arrivals. I think if I were on
one of the flights that arrives after 11:00 p.m. that I'd be inclined
to go ahead and take a taxi into Morelia rather than spend a few hours
at Hotel Aeropuerto. If Patzcuaro or Uruapan was my final destination
then checking in after a late night arrival might be a reasonable plan.
I liked the hotel well enough to give it a recommendation on the Trip
Advisor web site. It serves it's purpose and does it pretty well.
Mansion San Francisco (owned by Mexican family)
Quiet, a few blocks from the cathedral, across the old San Francisco church/convent.
Across the street from the cathedral.
Aquiles Serdan 744 (one block west of Las Tarascas fountain) phone number 443-312-1446
Hotel Casa Galeana
Phone and fax. 01(443)313-10-87
Calle Galeana No. 507
Postal code 58000
Morelia, Michoacán., México
Very inexpensive but nice!
1 Person matrimonial bed$ 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.
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)
Hotel Posada del Artista
B & B and Gallery
#324 Calzada Fray Antonio de San Miguel
US$145 to US$195
Ph#011-52-443-312-1888 from US