Hotel Patios De Lerma
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This hotel is in a good location close to all the restaurants and walk-able to the central plaza. The room we stayed in has no external window and has an adjoining door to another room and unfortunately there were other people in that room and we could hear everything they were saying and doing. Also the place echos and you have to slam your door to close it. The breakfast was just average, nothing hot and very lacking. The room is clean and comfortable
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