We spent a night in Hotel Cielo Rojo february 2017 and enjoyed it. The rooms are small but artistically decorated and very clean. The staff were also very nice. We felt it was a bit overpriced at $150.00 per night. The stay comes with a breakfast but although they have an excellent menu guests were only allowed to have yogurt with a bit of fruit and some granola sprinkled on top so we ended up having to purchase breakfast. The other issue is that when we checked into the hotel in the afternoon and were ready to take a little siesta, a staff member was powerwashing the floors in the kitchen and dining area so it was impossible to relax.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located just north of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico in the town of San Francisco (San Pancho), lies Hotel Cielo Rojo, a charming boutique hotel offering distinctive rooms with distinctive service. The accommodations consist of six guestrooms and two suites.Vacation at the Hotel Cielo Rojo in order to escape to pristine, clear water beaches for swimming, sunning and surfing. Enjoy natural beauty and old-world Mexican charm where donkeys share the streets and roosters are your wake up call.The hotel's concierge service offers personalized attention and service for entertainment, cultural activities, tours, spanish lessons, and the many other activities in and around San Pancho.An elegant continental breakfast is served on the garden patio every morning (complimentary).Same day laundry service can be arranged, in which laundry is folded and delivered to your room. Evening babysitting can be arranged.The hotel offers acupressure, reflexology and Swedish massage treatment sessions, in the open air patio or in the privacy of your own room.Catering & Event Coordination are also available at the hotel for all your special events.Hotel Cielo Rojo is committed to using biodegradable products, including detergents and cleansers produced by ecological groups in Mexico.This is truly a one-of-a-kind hotel offering everything you need for the perfect vacation to the Sayulita/San Pancho area. ... more less