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Hotel La Provincia

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • relaxing vibe
  • delightful rooftop terrace
  • friendly staff

    Cons

  • rooms don't get much natural light
  • pricey
  • understated interior design

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Hotel La Provincia Review

With its classic central courtyard, beamed ceilings, and colonial charm, La Provincia fulfills the expectations of those looking for a bit of Old Mexico. But it's also one of the city's most modern hotels: rooms have carved-wood furnishings and colorful tile floors and flat-screen TVs, among other modern amenities. The location—equidistant from the zócalo and Santo Domingo church—is unbeatable. It's on a busy street, but you'd never know it by the quiet in the courtyard and rooms. Note that all but one of the double rooms have king-size beds, and the room with a double bed is discounted, so reserve it in advance if you are interested in saving.

    Hotel Details

  • 15 rooms, 3 suites.
  • Credit cards accepted.

Fodorite Reviews

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    This is luxury boutique? I don't think so.

    This hotel was a mistake. Great location and breakfast included sounded great, but the cramped, windowless room, terrible small hard bed, lack of shower door and aloof lack of service, made this a regret. We could have got a lot better for the money.

    by studiovisit, 4/5/09

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