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|Distance to city centre||0.9 km|
|Distance to airport||23.6 km|
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Quaint, traditional property located on beautiful square. Very convenient (2 blocks away) from cathedral/centre of town.
1st two nights I was in room at front of property unfortunately convent across square started bell ringing at 6.30am. Shortly thereafter the road directly below window became very busy with lost of traffic & horn honking making lay-in’s not possible. 3rd & 4th nights I moved to a room at rear of the property & had no noise problems whatsoever. Also musician with extraordinarily LOUD amplifier played between 5-9pm on two evenings during my stay.
Great location. Very clean. Comfortable beds. Good value.
Rooms with one bed are tiny. We had a lot of luggage so paid an extra 200 pesos per night for a larger room with 2 beds.
It is very beautiful, clean, renovated bathrooms, lots of hot water. The staff helped us as much as they could in my broken Spanish.
It is a little out of the center
Very clean and neat! The staff is also very friendly and helpful. It is very, very cheap compared to other hotels in the area.
It’s noisy! But that’s almost foreseeable when you see they felt the need to put up a sign at the desk that says the lobby is a quiet zone. But we were out from early to late so it was a minimal inconvenience in spite of the fact one chatty guest with a booming voice talked at the top of his lungs early and late.
Located in the historic center of town, close to many museums, the cathedral, restaurants and cafes.
Looked okay and interestingly historical online (and supposedly I chose a room with a balcony when I booked), but we wound up in Harry Potter’s cupboard under the stairs. Tiny, grim-looking room with terrible lighting, no lamps, and no windows to the outside. (We didn’t need it on this visit, but no A/C.) Definitely no balcony. Windows opened on the hall and make it feel very un-private. We had to ask at the front desk for towels. Bathroom smelled like mildew and old drains, and toilet leaked around the base. No shower curtain or enclosure for the water so the whole bathroom winds up wet. Giving two stars for relative cleanliness and proximity to downtown, but you can do a lot better for the same price elsewhere, and a LOT better for ten or fifteen bucks more.
Hotel El Carmen is in the heart of Morelia, within a 5-minute walk of Ex Convent of Carmen House of Culture and Morelia Cathedral. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, and a safe deposit box at the front desk. Guests may use a shuttle from the hotel to the airport for a surcharge, and self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
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Where is Hotel el Carmen located?
Hotel el Carmen is located at Eduardo Ruiz No. 63, Col. Centro, 0.9 km from the centre of Morelia. Ex Convent of Carmen House of Culture is the closest landmark to Hotel el Carmen.
When is check-in time and check-out time at Hotel el Carmen?
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Hotel el Carmen.
Does Hotel el Carmen offer free Wi-Fi?
Yes, Hotel el Carmen offers free Wi-Fi.
Does Hotel el Carmen offer free parking?
No, Hotel el Carmen does not offer free parking.
Does Hotel el Carmen offer free airport shuttle service?
No, Hotel el Carmen does not offer free airport shuttle service.
How far is Hotel el Carmen from the airport?
Hotel el Carmen is 23.6 km from Morelia. Hotel el Carmen is 95.1 km from Uruapan.
Can you bring pets to Hotel el Carmen?
No, pets are not allowed at Hotel el Carmen.
Does Hotel el Carmen have a pool?
No, Hotel el Carmen does not have a pool on-site.
Most popular landmarks
- Ex Convent of Carmen House of Culture 71 m
- Museum of Colonial Art 97 m
- Rose Garden 318 m
- Conservatory of Roses 341 m
- Plaza de Armas 363 m
- Morelia Cathedral 0.4 km