Hotel Posada San Rafael | Hotel

Mexico

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Last Visited: 5 months ago
GPS: 16.47646, -94.34454
Altitude: 58.0 masl
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Amenities

Electricity: Yes - At Sites
Wifi: Yes - Average
Kitchen: No
Parking: Unknown
Restaurant: Yes
Showers: Cold
Water: Natural Source
Toilets: Running Water
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: No
Pet Friendly: Yes

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Description

Very clean room. Showers are cold. Towel and toilet paper supplied. We paid 330p for 2 people. Since it is located on Mx200 it was a bit noisy.

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Very clean room. Showers are cold. Towel and toilet paper supplied. We paid 330p for 2 people. Since it is located on Mx200 it was a bit noisy.

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As described, but wanted 200 pesos for parking and 380 pesos for room. Internet was not working.

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Good AC in rooms. 280p a night. Very secure parking area. Friendly manager. Stay here every time I make a border visa run. Basic cable TV. Fed cops overnight here a lot and are professional and friendly. Nice restaurant about 300 meters up the road to the west with good seafood and breakfasts. Good spot to break a long trip and cool off with a secure nights sleep.

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Real safe with 10 Federal police vehicles and 5 guards patrolling all night. WiFi ok, bathroom a bit worn down, no seats, no paper. Didn’t try out shower directly in bathroom. For 150P a night just parking inside, as we were delayed by a road block just 5 km west of here.

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We came to stay and they asked 150 pesos. Seemed reasonable - water, power, wifi and very secure ( 6 Federale vehicles parked here ! ). It was a REALLY humid night so we decided to take a room with private bath and AC for 330 pesos ( not bad we thought ). After a rough day of long delays and extra toll costs re-routing around taxi blockades ( what is it with Oaxaca ? ) we felt we deserved it Lol !

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Let‘s say it that way...
the view and the ambiance are not the sexiest here... but the fresh mango you get from all the trees are unbelivible... we never had like this Mango trough our live! Enjoy it

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Have the night in the back of this hotel, we paid 100 pesos. We have a 24 feet and we went back just by the portal. Wifi at the reception level. Shower and clean toilet, could have plugged in electricity.

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As described, nice garden area with big shaded patio. Restaurant next door has somewhat limited offering, but decent enough...two people with a beer and Agua mineral 150 pesos total. Other add is there are two cool parrots (wild) that hang out in the trees, Paco and Lupita. Paco was taught to talk (mimic) and supposedly has a huge vocabulary. Que padrecito!

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Same comments. For a stop on the way to San Cristobal it is fine. Toilets not in good condition. 100p for the car + 50p for power. Restaurant was not opened, but there was a good comedor not far on the road.

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Still the same. Good overnight stop with cold shower, toilets, palapa and hammocks.
No wifi, but good 4g.
80 pesos.

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Beautiful. 80$ per night. Shower available, internet didn’t work.

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Beautiful place, we are behind in the garden with hammock and nice tables . Met French couple with whom we enjoyed aperitif. Birds were the only creature who were active and loud in the evening. Had a good night sleep. Recommend for a good break! 50pesos per night.

Wifi was not working if not we could have stayed one more night.

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Absolutely fantastic, beautiful garden and safe!

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50 pesos for 2 people and a van. No wifi.

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100 pesos to camp in the back. feel we might have been able to negotiate but it was late and we were just glad to be there. restaurant provided a good dinner. dawn chorus is quite something!

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There was a bloqueo in Zanatepec. The owner asked 100pesos for dry camping. No Toilets no shower. We left and slept in a street.

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We managed to get in with a 24 ft long, 12 ft high rig. Not much space left. Internet hadn't worked. But the garden is really nice. Good place for a stop on our way to Guatemala.

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280 pesos for a room. wifi and cold shower. clean linen

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Inexpensive and with a good restaurant in the front. Not much else around. We were able to park a truck and trailer, but had to back in through the back gate.

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Paid 110p for parking with electric. Was able to run AC. Also found water. WC open. Showers, must ask. Nice garden. NOTE: we are 24ft long and 11ft tall in a full size truck camper. We barely made it into the back garden due to the trees.

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100 pesos pour la nuit avec Électricité, eau, salle de douche avec WC. Pour internet il faut une clé à 5pesos à la réception.

José est très gentil est accueillant, sont hôtel est très calme, il offre le stationnement derrière de sorte que c'est très calme !

Il y a un patio avec table,chaises et hammac pour travailler sur ordinateur où se détendre pour une sieste l'après midi!

Nous recommandons si vous êtes de passage pour vous reposer sur la route.

Julie et Julien

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what a beautiful place we found!Jose Manuel... allowed us to park in the back of his hotel! locked gate gardens.

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Great place! Very safe. Kids loved the two huge hammocks. 50 mx + 30 mx for electricity.

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Definitely a great stop over. Not much around but the grounds are perfect for relaxing in, and there's a reasonable cheap restaurant just outside.

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Great place! For 50 pesos we got to sleep behind the hotel under big trees, use hammock and a nice table with comfy chairs, bathroom, toilets, charge all our battery banks and other equipment and use one of the fastest wifi in a long time.

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As described, secure parking in the hotel lot. 50 PESOS for the parking and 30 for the electricity. The gentleman who acted as caretaker said we couldn't use the showers since all the hotel rooms were occupied, but gave us free internet. He was very helpful.

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a great overnight stay! Very nice courtyard in the back with a large covered patio with hammocks and table. Strong wifi, bathrooms and showers. We paid $50 pesos for two people and a big rig. An extra $30 pesos for electric. Great stop over on the way to San Cristobol.

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a great overnight stay! Very nice courtyard in the back with a large covered patio with hammocks and table. Strong wifi, bathrooms and showers. We paid $50 pesos for two people and a big rig. An extra $30 pesos for electric. Great stop over on the way to San Cristobol.

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We confirm all entries. It is a perfect overnight place. You stay on concrete in a nice backyard and you get water, electricity, shelter and basic baños. WiFi worked perfect. There is a second entry for big rigs. Pesos 50.-/night for a car and two people.

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Great for a night! The highway out front is still pretty noisy. Parked and slept in our truck camper. Guard let us use the bathroom in the main lobby, and opened a room to shower. Internet worked well.

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secure parking inside the hotel. we slept there in our way to san cristobal de las casas. we paid 50 pesos for two to stay the night in our van. there are toilets and also a small area to rest with light and amacas. no electricity but water.

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Great posada to stay for the night. 50 pesos to camp in secure back garden for the night and friendly staff.

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