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Posada Barrancas Mirador

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Cosy, rustic accommodation with extraordinary sweeping views across the breadth of the Mexican Copper Canyon.

The rustic-style hotel is located across the tracks from its own station on the Copper Canyon Railway.

The mid-rage, medium-sized property perches on the top of a hill with unrivalled and spectacular panoramic views over the canyon from the attractive terrace.

The 70 guest rooms and suites are set within brightly painted wood and adobe buildings reflecting the traditional style of local Tarahumara indian homes. These simple rooms are cosy and pleasant, with tiled floors, wood-beam ceilings and ochre and terracotta coloured walls. Each has a balcony where you can sit and survey the canyon below.

 The vistas are truly spectacular: the hotel was nominated by Conde Nast Traveler Magazine as one of the world’s top ten for its sweeping views.

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What our clients say

  • A spectacular location with plenty to do and one could easily spend two nights. Rooms excellent, food cold but adequate on the one occasion.

    CS, Lymington
  • A great hotel, but the thing that singles it out are the incredible views of the barrancas from the restaurant and the room's balconies.

    PW, Norwich
  • Great view from balcony

    BW, Milton keynes
  • There is a spectacular view over the canyon.

    DL Harrow
  • Barracas Mirador had a good restaurant and amazing views. Rooms were comfortable.

    SW, Norwich
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Maggie
Maggie Wilson Travel Expert Maggie visited Latin America on her first backpacking trip when she was 19. Since then, she has taken every opportunity to travel, and has managed to explore a lot of the region in subsequent trips.

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