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"Would definitely recommend this hotel"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jan 17, 2013
Room description on the hotels.com website was inaccurate. I reserved a Junior suite with - supposedly - a queen bed and two double beds, for two adults and two children. There was no such thing. In fact, no room was designed to take four people at once. Fortunately, the reception personnel was very gracious and within 10 minutes of our arrival solved our problem by giving us a second room at no extra charge. The hotel is a gorgeosu 19th century house, recently renovated, and in top shape. Located less than half a block from the Puebla Cathedral and the "zocalo", you can't do better than that. Rooms were large, very comfortable, and luxuriously appointed. All in all, an excelent choice.
Hotel was very nice, only slightly annoyed with check in when a simple confirmation number was not enough and they demanded to see my hotels.com confirmation e-mail which I didn't have. After waiting a while and scrambling to find it on my phone the front desk worker finally realized they didn't actually need it.
"Puebla: Meson de Capuchinas is ideal location."
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Aug 6, 2010
We were greeted at the door and received help with our luggage. The hotel from the outside was just like the photos. However inside the hotel there were no plants or flowers that dominate the interior hotel photos we saw. Later we were informed that it is "off-peak" (July-August?)season for the hotel. So no beautiful flowers, no kitchen or bar ( due to renovation) and a seeming reduction in cable channels on the tv. That being said, we like this place very much. And can't imagine peak season. The room is very nicely decorated, with a good solid antique feel. The oversize skeleton key that opens the large wooden door to our room was very cool. We had a terrace view to sip a beer and people watch. And the service was very good. And of course Puebla is awesome.
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