Hotel Jardines del Carmen
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Babysitting service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Jardines del Carmen San Cristobal de las Casas
I went to San Cristobal de las casa with a group of friend and we stay here at Jardines del carmen. We were going in a low budget trip so this hotel was perfect for out plan. The rooms were very comfortable, they had everything we needed, The beds were soft and the pillows too, so after long walks and tours all day it was nice coming back to the hotel and rest. The people at the front desk were very nice and very helpful they showed us how to get to the best places in town and how to get to one place to another. The location of this hotel was close to downtown, it wasn't in the middle of everything but it was like a 5-10 minutes walk to the zocalo. The area was safe and we could walk there till late.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Jardines del Carmen San Cristobal de las Casas
Travel Blogs from San Cristobal de las Casas
... well equipped kitchen meal time was always a pleasure. Puerta Vieja was a very social hostel with a couple of free cocktail nights a week and a jug or two of Mojitos led to a rare party night out on the town for us. I loved all the original shape VW Beatles driving around in this quaint little town, the original Beetle plant was still operational in Mexico until 2003, meaning some these classic cars driving around were just over ten years old! San Cristobal is a beautiful ...
... 25, including drinks and food! Stan wasn't too impressed as he is a bit of a waterpark snob, but I really loved it, as it was the first time in many years i had been to one. Needless to say, free beer helped as well.
Time to head inland! We went to Valladolid and absolutely loved the place. Relaxed town, with museums of chocolate and tequila, topped off with free tastes of their products. Another day we took a bus to the nearby Chichen Itza ruins, considered to be one ...
... Its sad to see so many run down communities that make up the majority of these cities. Although we enjoyed our little piece of their city, we remember that others aren't so lucky. Here we spent 3 days, 2 nights. Apart from discovering the city, we also went trail riding through the Forest hills and to a small community out of town. We all had a blast and Bree can finally tick it off her list. Lenny was my horse, he seemed to take the lead most off the way ...
After the joyous 10hrs night bus with not much sleep we arrived at 7am in San Cristobel and it was really quiet. It's an old colonial town sitting at 2000m surrounded by indigenous Indian mountain villages. For all it’s cobbled streets, churches and café feel, San Cristobel wasn’t really for us as instead of local Mexican’s it was absolutely full of Spanish & French hippies. It didn’t feel real and we decided to only stay ...
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