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Casa Felipe Flores

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Breakfast in this restored 18th-century mansion is served in a courtyard or in the antiques-filled dining room. It's such a nice way...

Casa Mexicana

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A pond filled with flowers is one of the many touches that make this hostelry in a restored colonial mansion stand out. Glass ceilings...

Casa Vieja

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Dating from 1740, this colonial-era house has been declared a historical monument. Graceful colonnades separate three interior courtyards.

Casa de los Arcángeles

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This small hotel is beautiful—and feels every bit as modern as it is (opened in mid-2006), though its architecture is more of a nod...

Hotel El Paraíso

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High, beamed ceilings ennoble the guest rooms in this inviting late-19th-century building that once was a hospital. Most of the rooms...

Hotel Hacienda San Cristóbal

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This intimate hotel, formerly called the Hotel Hacienda Los Morales, is made up of small orange buildings separated by stairs and plants,...

Hotel Parador San Juan de Dios

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In San Cristóbal's oldest neighborhood, the adobe and stone building—with Spanish tiles dating from the 17th to the 19th century—that...

Hotel Posada Real de Chiapas

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Striking indigenous weavings fill the hotel's rooms, which are dedicated to the theme of textiles of Chiapas. Guest rooms are quite clean,...

Na Bolom

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The rooms here aren't just named for local indigenous communities; they are filled with pictures and books detailing those lives (and...

Posada Diego de Mazariegos

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This old-fashioned hotel—really two perfectly preserved 18th-century colonial homes—has beautiful courtyards, gardens, and sunlit...