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Quinta Las Acacias

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French-style hillside hotel with a mixture of ornamental European-style rooms and others with traditionally Mexican décor.

This French-style Quinta Las Acacias hotel is situated on a hillside overlooking stunning Guanajuato, 20 minutes' walk from the town centre. Some rooms and public areas are decorated in rather plush fashion, reminiscent of a European country house interior, and others take their cues from Mexican tradition. Shuttered windows look out over the surrounding mountains or the garden.

There is a plunge pool and an open-air Jacuzzi, a terrace ideal for relaxing in the sunshine, and a restaurant serving a mixture of Mexican and European fare.

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What our clients say

  • Highlights?: The church in San Juan Chamula Visiting Tonina en route from San Cristobal to Palenque. A beautiful setting, only a handful of other visitors and complete freedom to roam.

    DW, Stone
  • All of the tour guide experiences were memorable and we loved Mexico city. There was so much to see and do in such a short week. I would love to…

    JR, Castle Douglas
  • Visiting Uxmal

    DS, Ware
  • Highlight?: Calakmul, its a long journey to get there  ( 2 hours from Xpujil alone ) so plenty of anticipation, not busy and complete freedom to walk around as opposed…

    DB, Teddington
  • Highlights?: Probably seeing the Diego Rivera murals in Mexico City although it is hard to pick out as there were so many moments that we loved. A boat trip on…

    JT, Thames ditton
  • Most Memorable Moment?: So many! Maybe the balloon ride? 

    KFD, London
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Our Expert's Opinion

This friendly and restful place, like a very upmarket B&B, came as a nice surprise after a day exploring the busy town. The roof terrace with its plunge pool and Jacuzzi is an excellent place to unwind after a busy day in Guanajuato.

Ben
Ben Line Travel Expert Ben fell in love with Latin America on a six month backpacking trip from Colombia to Mexico in 1995. Since then he has explored most of South America, including living in Peru for a year. He is now Head of Sales.

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