Nice looking hotel. Well kept. Enter to hospitable staff. Check-in went well. Rooms nice. Unfortunately food really wasn't good. Even though I had to pay out of my own pocket I ended up going into town for meals. Very small hotel. Advertised that there was a lot of entertainment and activities to participate in throughout the day and evening but there wasn't. Yes, I went there to rest but I was really looking forward to doing the things they advertised. This was one of the reasons I had decided to go there. Shows were boring, performances were juvenile and disorganized. I was expecting more of what they advertised.
Staff were nice and helpful. Rooms and hotel clean. Good hotel for young families and retirees. For those who aren't expecting what they have advertised.
For a 4 star hotel I was disappointed. Maybe in comparison with the other, more run down, hotels in town it is seen as being more prestigious. Definitely not a 4 star in American Standards and what I have experienced in other hotels throughout Mexico. Four star hotels that reflect higher standards. I felt extremely cheated as their advertisement was totally misleading.
I would not recommend it to others. The overall experience wasn't worth my time nor money.
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