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El Asoleadero

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Santa Fe, New Mexico
Reviewed 5 March 2015

We stayed here for 6 days in January, and loved it. Our room was spacious, and even had a small fridge, which was a nice surprise. We also had a table and 4 chairs in the room, so it was perfect for fixing something light when we didn’t want to go out. Since we found a terrific bakery that made...

2Thank tiadora
Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico
Reviewed 1 November 2014

Here you have the perfect small town little hotel: clean rooms with great view (to the main church tower, a Sixteen Century building with amazing indigenous frescos), a nice little pool, parking facilities, WiFi and TV. No restaurante, but you can walk to some "fondas" (small places that offer home made meals). Just 13 rooms, so book in advance. Warning:...

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New York City, New York
Reviewed 1 February 2013

this hotel is located at periphery of the village has quiet ambience and comfort. The views are great on mountains; several minutes from the center of a village and its market; the lobby is convenient; the rooms are clean, although it was cold in january there; the frontdesk is helpful; Malinalco itself is a great spot to visit; I just...

6Thank yskaradi
Olympia, Washington
Reviewed 22 November 2012

We stayed here Oct/Nov of this year. I loved it. It was clean, comfortable beds, quiet, close to the Zocalo, and the staff was very nice. The view was incredible. When I return I will stay here again.

4Thank SageFlower
Mexico City, Mexico
Reviewed 10 July 2012

Asoleadero is a very nice, very reasonably priced (35 – 50 USD) hotel in the center of Malinalco. It is on a steep street about two blocks from the center. Painted dark blue, you can´t miss it. The courtyard has a small swimming-pool, some chairs, sun-beds and a GREAT VIEW! They also count with a parking lot. The rooms are...

8Thank iliveinmexico

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Address: Comercio y Aldama, Malinalco, Mexico
Region: Mexico > Central Mexico and Gulf Coast > Estado de Mexico > Malinalco
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“We liked Room #15, since its an end room. We also appreciated the fridge and the table and chairs in this room.”
tiadora, 4 Mar 2015 | Read review
“There are just two ground rooms: number 11 is dark, while number 12 has perfect view and plenity of natural light. Both are in front of the pool and common services. You need to climb stairs for the rest of the rooms. All rooms have two beds, and some have a small kitchen.”
Una2020, 31 Oct 2014 | Read review
“The rooms on the top floor have the best view but all have a good view.”
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