Hotel Posada Real de Chiapas
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Smoking rooms available
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Posada Real de Chiapas San Cristobal de las Casas
Travel Blogs from San Cristobal de las Casas
... Cristobal. We walked all the way up to San Cristobal church which had great panoramic views of the San Cristobal. We then went to the handicrafts and sweets market and bought some more jewellery! Back to the hotel, shower and off to the Argentinian restaurant for some good ol' steak :) After the food fest, we went again to the wine and tapas place for a couple ...
... explore, including the Temple of the Warrior which murals show was used for human sacrifices. After a two-hour guided tour in the scorching Mexican sunshine it was time to cool down. A short taxi ride later and we were at one of the many cenotes in the Yucatan peninsula where the cooling and refreshing 150ft deep waters could be accessed from varying platforms ranging up to about five meters above the water. Suitably refreshed, it was time to move on again and ...
Due to all the rain the river was in flood so no boat ride or Sumidero Canyon with crocodiles, birds or spider monkeys for us. Instead we left at our usual holiday time to head up to San Cristobal de Las Casas and we visited the nearby Mayan villages. The Mayans are very interesting. They practice a mixture of Catholicism and Shaman religions. The first village, Chamula, was very tiny and quiet with a church that was decorated with enormous ...
... room which was a little cabana with a thatched roof and brick walls. It was very cute! After battling dad for the best bed (he won of course!), we headed off for a swim in the pool. On the way we spotted a Howler monkey hidden away in the leaves and branches of the trees. Mum took a few videos (As you will see below) of them yelling and screaming at each other through the trees. By ...
... Guttierez. Just before the city boundaries we were confronted by a massive traffic jam on the freeway, trucks, busses and all stationary and seemingly going nowhere. So along with other locals in their smaller cars and pickups we headed off the freeway, in places on the wrong side of the exit and entry ramps, and started down dusty farm tracks in the hope of finding a way around the obstruction. One of our
GPSs showed most of these tracks but we also followed the ...