I chose this place because we were traveling with kids, and I don’t like to stay in hotels with them because they’re not tiny, but also not old enough to be in their own rooms. In that aspect, this place was great, because it had a king size bed downstairs and two twins in the loft, upstairs. The space was aesthetically beautiful. But you don’t stay in a hotel for style. You stay for there for sleeping, resting, and convenience. None of that was possible in this space.
It’s hard to find hotels that DONT have Wi-Fi, but I’ve definitely come across some in Mexico. I had two classes I was hoping to be able to take, on zoom, while here. I had paid for those classes. I was unable to take them because there was no Wi-Fi at all, during our entire stay. The guy, Jose (he was really nice), kept restarting the modem but it never did work during our entire stay, besides a short 3-hour window the first night.
They had 3 “air conditioners”, but only one (in the kids loft - I realized too late or I would have slept up there with them) worked. It was super hot and uncomfortable. Normally, I would have opened the windows to get SOME air and circulation in BUT there were cockroaches and I didn’t want any more coming in.
Shower was gross and water wouldn’t drain.
Lastly, it is EXTREMELY NOISY and you may as well be sleeping out on the balcony in the middle of party alley. No sound insulation whatsoever. Bring heavy duty earplugs and some serious sleeping pills.