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Las Casitas is tucked away in the middle of Mulege, a place a friend once described to me as "Vietnam without the bullets." The hotel itself features an inviting restaurant and charming courtyard which leads to rooms that are a little cramped and somewhat shabby,...More
I paid $26 per night. Accepts credit cards. Rooms are basic but comfortable. Rooms have minifridges, A/C, and wifi. Shower takes a while to warm up and sometimes only becomes lukewarm. Bathroom is spacious. Toilets have weak flushes. Ceiling fan over bed. Room is not...More
We stayed here for one night on our way to La Paz. The room was a decent size for one night but I think more than that it might have felt small. There was limited space for luggage. The bathroom did not have hot water...More
Upon walking into Las Casitas hotel and restaurant we were enchanted by the old photographs, curios, collectibles and paintings crowding the dimly lit dining room & bar areas, the former residence of a famous Mexican poet. The owner Sn. Javier, a courtly gentleman, speaks English...More
My room was very small and cold. Luckily they had extra blankets on the bed and I appreciated that! The room was beyond old, it was like falling apart. There was one electrical outlet in the entire room and only one plug in it worked....More
This question went out to travelers, not to the innkeeper. I have been to this place several times, however, and can tell you that there are only about 4-5 rooms and I don't think you can contact them ahead of arrival. My... More
This question went out to travelers, not to the innkeeper. I have been to this place several times, however, and can tell you that there are only about 4-5 rooms and I don't think you can contact them ahead of arrival. My experience is that you just show up and see if they have a room available - they probably do in the summer, but if not, there are other places in Mulege to stay. Have a great trip!