Hotel Agua Escondida

Address: Plaza Borda 4, Taxco, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 40200, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Plaza Borda 4, Taxco.
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          • Free High-Speed Internet


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          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Agua Escondida Taxco

          Reviewed by tamarah7

          Old World Charm

          Reviewed Apr 30, 2011
          by (12 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

          Beautiful residence. Rooms are very small but clean and well decorated. A bit spooky walking around at night as there are alot of dead ends with no lights and it is a very old building. A little overpiced. Staff were lovely but we had a language barrier as they couldn't speak English and we can't speak Spanish.

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          Taxco, Mexico

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          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Agua Escondida Taxco

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Taxco

          The resting place of Herbie the Love Bug

          A travel blog entry by rjknowltn on Feb 24, 2015

          19 photos

          Perched high in the mountainous region of Guerrero, 6,000 feet above sea level is the colonial town of Taxco de Alarcon. Cathedral Santa Prisca y San Sebastian, as all concentric cities, is in the center of town surrounded by a sea of Spanish-style red tiled homes. The streets are very narrow, lacking sidewalks, and ascend and descend quicker than you can hear Herbie revving around the corner.

          Despite the notoriety of ...

          First Spanish Language Mass

          A travel blog entry by tim.gerdmann on Jan 05, 2014

          ... Dr. Arendt. It was very interesting, I was able to follow most of the mass but there were times I got a bit lost. They tend to sing more prayers than we do at home unless we are having the rare high Mass. Masses there start at 7am and run on the hour until 1pm, and it appears all were full and this is just one of many churches in the city.

          The church is ...

          Bienvenidos a Taxco de Alarcón

          A travel blog entry by salsero on Dec 09, 2010

          37 photos

          ... I, of course, said no, too expensive.

          Halfway on my trip to the bus station I noticed that the taxi's speedometer wasn't working. Thank god cause I think traffic was going at about 110kph in close quarters. The taxi ride cost me $200 plus propina.

          It was 12:30 when I got on an Estrella de Oro bus for Taxco. The bus is half full and very super comfortable with reclining seats and leg support. This bus ride cost be $148 which is less than half the taxi rides ...

          With Family in Taxco

          A travel blog entry by southernxposure on Aug 12, 2010

          28 photos

          ... world, or like some scene from Star Wars where they show the whole scale of a space city. We were being so loose with our plans that we didn't even tell the family what day we'd be there, only that we'd be there that week. We also didn't know where their house was, but Shiela knew where Sr. Jaimes's workshop was. We went down into a crazy maze of narrow and very steep streets and it was nuts! People everywhere, everyone out. Lots and lots of fast and skilled taxi drivers driving ...

          Xochicalco y Taxco

          A travel blog entry by crystal87 on Jul 25, 2010

          60 photos

          ... team was sacrificed, it was an honor. They first had them go into a sauna and then rubbed them down with oils and such. How nice. Check out the pics!

          Later we went to Taxco, the silver capital of Mexico! We first stopped at this cool jewelry store. The inside was looked like a cave. We went upstairs, which looked like even more of a cave. They sat us all down and prepared drinks. I forgot the name, but it was really good! It ...

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          Taxco, Mexico