Hotel Castelmar

Address: Calle 61 nr 2, between calle 8 and 10, Campeche, Campeche, Yucatan Peninsula, 24000, Mexico | 3 star hotel
Telephone: 52 981 811 1204 | Hotel website
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This 3 star hotel, located on Calle 61 nr 2, between calle 8 and 10, Campeche, is near Calakmul, Fuerte-Museo San Miguel, Land Gate (Puerta de Tierra), and Baluarte de San Carlos/Museo de la Ciudad.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Castelmar Campeche

        Reviewed by petercubit

        Delightful and well placed

        Reviewed Aug 19, 2015
        by (14 reviews) Melbourne , Australia Flag of Australia

        This is a lovely old building with a beautiful patio where breakfast is served. There is no dining here but plenty of options on nearby streets. You are no more than three blocks to the central plaza and three in the other direction to the waterfront. Wifi is a problem, but this is Mexico.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        Reviewed by joanna.rath

        Good hotel in the old town

        Reviewed May 14, 2015
        by (17 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

        The rooms are small but there is a nice courtyard where you have breakfast. Wi-Fi is only available in the foyer. The staff are friendly and helpful.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Castelmar Campeche

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Campeche

        On the road again - to Campeche via the beach !

        A travel blog entry by penitajanita on Jan 14, 2016

        2 comments, 2 photos

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        A travel blog entry by petercubit on Aug 20, 2015

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        This morning consisted largely of travel with a couple of pit stops until our noon arrival at Bahia de Tortugas (Bay of Tortoises). We didn't see any tortoises but as this bus load of Aussies and Kiwis (and one Canadian) had not seen the beach for a while, the area could have been overrun with them and we wouldn't have cared. It was bloody hot (37. …

        Nobody Cares...

        A travel blog entry by thelees on Jan 15, 2012

        3 photos

        ... in the air in despair and left.

        A Chinese-German student who was also checking out confirmed that the hostel leaves much to be desired. Apparently the staff had a private party in one of the vacant rooms the night before. They were all hungover and hadn't done any cleaning since she'd been there. We suspect the owner was away, so the tweenies staff members could play.

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        Reflections on San Cristobal

        A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 24, 2011

        2 photos

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        The Walled City

        A travel blog entry by jessi330 on Jun 23, 2010

        ... really. The ones that were painted were usually colorful. Furthermore, many buildings were derelict.

        The bus terminal was narrow and we were allowed to exit by walking through the terminal and straight out the other side were the taxis waiting. Stressfree! We got a cab with a woman driver - a rarity we've only experienced one other time. I like supporting women who are in male-dominated workforces.

        But as we are driving we quickly approach a wall. ...