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Callejón Salto del Mono 1-Altos, 36000 Guanajuato, Mexico – Show map
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Hotelito "Casa Dionisio"'s staff speaks: Spanish, English
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Grounds, Terrace, Sun Deck
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and charges apply.
Airport Shuttle, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Tour Desk, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Business Center, VIP Room Facilities
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Designated Smoking Area
From 3:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
Children older than 12 years are welcome.
One additional child or adult is charged USD 20 per person per night when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Featuring a pool with crystal front, this stylish hotel includes a rooftop hot tub with panoramic views. Hotel & Spa Quinta Las Alondras is located on the outskirts of Guanajuato.
Score from 107 reviews Very good
Next to Unión Square, this charming hotel provides free Wi-Fi, an Italian restaurant and a pretty courtyard with a fountain. The rooms offer views of the courtyard or the historic center of...
Score from 177 reviews Good
This restored 18th-century house is in Guanajuato’s historic quarter, just a 3-minute walk from the Alhóndiga de Granaditas Museum. It features its own art gallery and rooms with free Wi-Fi.
Score from 176 reviews Very good
In the center of Guanajuato, Hotel Boutique 1850 features beautiful individually decorated rooms in a charming, neoclassic building, dating from the 1850s. It features a spa and a sit-down restaurant....
Score from 91 reviews Wonderful
Vieuws from the room over Guanajuato.
Quite a steep climb on foot with luggage! but romantic.
Very beautiful and picturesque bed and breakfast hotel, decorated in excellent taste and right in the heart of town. Staff very attentive and pleasant. Many thanks to Karina and Cande for all of the information they provided regarding the highlights, customs and events in Guanajuato. The continental breakfast very fresh and tasty, and always served at the indicated time you requested. There are 97 steps, along with some incline along the way that will keep you in shape. Make sure that on your arrival, they have a porter waiting for you to carry your luggage up to the hotel. We will book at this hotel again, and will recommend it to anyone planning to visit Guanajuato in the near future.
Very welcoming hosts Great view of the city Breakfast on the terrace The once a month party in the hotel that happened to take place the day we were there (not great if you're looking for a quiet night :-) )
A bit difficult to find by car
Incredible beautiful rooms with a fantastic view over the city
Everything you need you will find and more. Place is super clean, the staff is amazing, the views are second to none and the facility is beautiful with finishing touches that are exquisite.
it is a hard climb, wish there was an elevator but it is well worth the efffort
The view of the city from the balcony. An excellent job done by the interior decorator. The terrace. The personnel was very very friendly and helpful.
The pillows were too small and just two of them.
Beautiful location with fabulous views of the city! Room was beautifully appointed, large, a wall of windows and balcony. The top floor patio was fantastic! Staff and owner were very attentive.
Beware, it's a long series of stairs to get to this hotel....typical of Guanajuato. They'll transport your luggage though and it's a fabulous place
We loved the Dionisio at our first peek. It's a climb, but it's well worth the magnificent view. And the moment we saw our room, we were absolutely sure we'd return. Every inch of wood was hand carved with the symbol of that room (ours was frogs) but others were sun and moon. We loved Guanajuato, also, as there is so much to see and do. We will most assuredly return and stay, once again, at the Dionisio.
Lots of steps
Breakfast on the flower filled terrace was special. The views over the city was wonderful.
The location was close enough to the Jardin de la Union (the very center of Guanajuato) but not too close. It allows for more peace and rest. The rooms have a tremendous view and have a unique rustic feeling to them. I am really glad I stayed at the Hotelito Dionisio. For me the walk up the alley (callejon) including the steps was fine. I'd stay there again.
just a minor credit card problem which was not from the US side... it was with the Hotelito's connection to the credit card/bank that was defective. It was soon fixed.
View from the room was wonderful. The interior design of the hotelito is beautiful and elegant. We did not mind to walk up for several minutes along stone slopes and steps from the Centro (Teatro Juarez).
The room was beautiful ! Beautifully tiled bathroom with a great shower and lots of hot water, comfortable bed. I really have no complaints at all, we enjoyed our time in Guanajuato and our room with the fantastic view was a plus!
The nature of the place, perched, as it were, spectacularly on the hillside. The staff, once engaged, were all extremely helpful and nice and they definitely make one feel at home. It is the perfect spot for young couples who will enjoy its unique and wondrous setting. I am very happy I stayed here, but I'll need knee replacement surgery (seriously, I do anyway) before being able to stay here again. Sigh.
It was difficult getting in initially, because my cell phone didn't work in Mexico (I was lucky enough to happen to be let in by a couple of tourists who were descending into town). As this also was the case with another pair of tourists staying there (it was fortuitous I happened to be at the locked front gate when they arrived, to let them in), I'm thinking this is a communication issue which needs to be fixed. Because, once you're there, you're given the front gate key. Also, (and they note this), the hotel is 100 steps up, from the city proper, and it is a climb.
Nice staff, perfect location
The concept, the mix of rustic architecture but very well kept and functional with modern features, like the shoer, heaters, etc.
Really beautiful and impeccable, decoration details with the best mexican art crafted materials. Very friendly staff with excellent attention. We had the opportunity to attend an intimate baroque music concert for harpsichord and flute at the hotel, free for guests. This hotel is really recommendable with an excellent price-quality relationship.
There is nothing we really did not like. Maybe some signals for making easier to find the hotel from the parking lot could be a good suggestion.
The view from the room leaves you breathless! The building in the small streets is traditional and very well restored, with a lot of love for details. The stuff is very nice, took the time to show us what to do in Guanajuato. The location is perfect, just 2 walking minutes from the centre. Perfect choice for a romantic stay...!
The parking isn't included and the closest to the Hotel is pretty expensive. All the rest was just perfect!
Very beatiful view, terrace, rooms are very nice, good for the price. Very centric. Ideal for a couple.
The location is central. The hotel commands an impressive view of Guanajuato. It is kept clean and there are many, mostly successful attempts at design (tiling, linen etc.). Also, reception gives you a useful orientation of the main sights.
Curiously the most highly ranked hotels are often disappointing. To reach the hotel, you need to carry your luggage up a long, narrow and steep passage through a series of doors (guest are actually handed four unmarked keys) - and it's not easy to find. When I arrived, they gave me the best room on the 2nd floor with a terrace. Half an hour later, there was a knock on the door and they told me they had mixed up reservations and I needed to move. Even though I was the only guest staying, they moved me to a tiny room up two sets of spiral staircases on the roof next to the gas bottle. The outcast experience, especially since they then proceeded to shut the roof door. As a special treat, the room allows to take in all the diverse noises of the city, from church bells to club music and percussion practice to every single sweep of the broom. At the offered price, this was the worst and most expensive hotel I've stayed in in Mexico. Add to that an underwhelming breakfast, appliances falling off, patchy internet, no receipt, no elevator.
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