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Hotel Mansion Tarahumara, hotel in Areponapuchi

Hotel Mansion Tarahumara


Hotel Hotel Mansion Tarahumara is set against the spectacular backdrop of Copper Canyon, in Urique.

Very Good
300 reviews
Price from$136.14per night
Hotel El Mirador a Balderrama Collection Hotel, hotel in Areponapuchi

Hotel El Mirador a Balderrama Collection Hotel


This design hotel, located on Copper Canyon in Chihuahua, Mexico, offers a restaurant. Rooms at Hotel Mirador Areponapuchi feature fireplaces and private balconies that overlook the canyon.

Very Good
191 reviews
Price from$303.40per night
Hotel Barrancas del Cobre a Balderrama Collection Hotel, hotel in Areponapuchi

Hotel Barrancas del Cobre a Balderrama Collection Hotel


Located El Divisadero, Mexico, this hotel is close to El Puerto Overlook and Copper Canyon. Facilities include an on-site restaurant and bar, while rooms offer cable TV.

Very Good
83 reviews
Price from$150.53per night
Cabañas De Lolita En Barrancas del cobre, hotel in Areponapuchi

Cabañas De Lolita En Barrancas del cobre

Hotel in Areponapuchi

Cabañas De Lolita En Barrancas del cobre has a garden and a restaurant in Areponapuchi. The property has room service and a 24-hour front desk for guests.

59 reviews
Price from$43.76per night
Cabañas Margarito, hotel in Areponapuchi

Cabañas Margarito

Hotel in Areponapuchi

Located in Areponapuchi, Cabañas Margarito offers a garden. There is free private parking and the property has paid airport shuttle service. At the hotel, rooms contain a patio.

26 reviews
Price from$51.34per night
Sierra Hotel, hotel in Areponapuchi

Sierra Hotel

Hotel in Areponapuchi

Featuring a garden, Sierra Hotel is located in Areponapuchi. The hotel has family rooms. Rooms include a private bathroom with a shower and free toiletries.

Very Good
12 reviews
Price from$46.68per night
Cabañas las Gemelas, hotel in Areponapuchi

Cabañas las Gemelas

Barancas del Cobre

Cabañas las Gemelas is located in Barancas del Cobre, Areponapuchi and offers a garden and a terrace. With mountain views, this accommodations offers a balcony.

65 reviews
Price from$85per night
Hostal Font´s, hotel in Areponapuchi

Hostal Font´s


Hostal Font´s in Areponapuchi provides adults-only accommodations with a garden, a terrace, and barbecue facilities. This guest house offers free private parking and a 24-hour front desk.

38 reviews
Price from$46.19per night
Hotel Divisadero Barrancas, hotel in Areponapuchi

Hotel Divisadero Barrancas

Hotel in Areponapuchi

With panoramic views of Copper Canyon in the mountains of rural Chihuahua, Hotel Divisadero Barrancas offers guests spacious balconies and an on-site restaurant.

Very Good
204 reviews
Price from$242.14per night
Hotel Entronque Barrancas, hotel in Areponapuchi

Hotel Entronque Barrancas


Featuring a garden and a restaurant, Hotel Entronque Barrancas is located in San Alonso. There is free private parking and the property provides paid airport shuttle service.

167 reviews
Price from$46.68per night
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What Guests Said About Areponapuchi:

  • 8.0

    Cabanas los portales was 5 kms to the adventure park which...

    Cabanas los portales was 5 kms to the adventure park which is the only attraction in the area. There was no public transport to it. It was certainly worth spending 5 hours there, taking the cable car and considering a guided hike. The woman running the place was very kind My very poor Spanish was a huge barrier
  • 6.0

    The room had really spectacular views of the canyon.

    The room had really spectacular views of the canyon. The beds were comfy and the soap and shampoo provided were of a higher quality than other hotels we stayed in on this trip. The bathroom had an aggressively loud extractor fan and the lighting was pretty poor in the main area of the bedroom. The balcony only had one seat on it, so we couldn’t both sit and enjoy the view together. We asked the receptionist if she could help us to book tickets for our onwards journey on the Chepe. She told us, with a smug grin, that we could only book via email. We found the reservation phone line with a quick google search. We also asked if there was an ATM in the town. She told us there wasn’t but failed to mention that it was possible to take out cash from the supermarket in the village. As we checked out the same receptionist sent us on the bus to the train station at the bottom of the driveway to the hotel. Our train wasn’t due for another two hours, so we took the five minute walk back up the drive to wait in the hotel lobby. The receptionist then said that we should wait in the lobby of another hotel. We decided to stay put. The restaurant offered a tasty buffet breakfast, with chilaquiles, eggs, pastries and fruit. Unfortunately it was served half an hour later than the indicated time, and the eggs were cold. Lunch and dinner was offered at an exorbitant 495 pesos (no drinks included) and there was no vegetarian option, so we opted for 35 peso quesadillas and burritos with a friendly local gent down the road in the village. The bar menu advertised a jug of naranjada for 150 pesos, but we were charged over 250 at checkout. If you’re willing to tolerate bad service and an average hotel for the view, it’s worth the money.
  • 10

    Beautiful views over canyon. Not much in village.

    Beautiful views over canyon. Not much in village. Chepe does not run on Wednesday and unfortunately this seems to be the day the teleférico and ziprider are serviced so we couldn't try. Pity. Still worth going to park for views. We walked. Easy to do alone. Restaurant in park good and OK priced.
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  • 8.0

    Small town that is a 1 - 2 hour hike from the Divisadero...

    Small town that is a 1 - 2 hour hike from the Divisadero train station, or a 10ish minute car ride. There's not much to do in the town, but there's a few good diner type restaurants (think burgers, enchiladas, coffee any time, chilaquiles, huevos, etc), and a small grocery store (basic veggies, chips, cookies, water, beer, etc.) It was small, but an perfectly placed town to stay in order to get to spend time in the Copper Canyon. Wow! What an amazing experience to hike the canyon rim trail, watch the trains go by, zipline through the adventure park, and generally spend a lot of time sitting on the edge of the void appreciating how HUGE this canyon system is. The memory I will have of this trip is of the things we did in and around Areponapuchi, even if the town itself isn't much. Not many taxis to hail, and you'd want to make arrangements with your hotel to get picked up from your point of entry. Plenty of stray dogs to love, and the town is walk able in under 5 minutes.