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Casa Vieja

At a Glance

    Pros

  • fantastically historic
  • reasonably priced

    Cons

  • service can be iffy

Casa Vieja Review

Dating from 1740, this colonial-era house has been declared a historical monument. Graceful colonnades separate three interior courtyards. Most of the simple guest rooms have large windows overlooking the courtyard or corridors; a few rooms on the second floor have views of the mountains. The restaurant, Doña Rita, sits among the elegant columns on one of the porches. The hotel is three blocks east of the zócalo.

    Hotel Details

  • 36 rooms, 4 suites.
  • Credit cards accepted.

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