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Casona Maya Mexicana is a jewel of a hotel located in downtown Tapachula. Though the hotel is a new project, it is situated in a preserved 100 year old building with the original thick adobe walls, tall wooden columns and old wooden beams. The architect and owners paid close attention to detail in the remodelation process, making every effort to restore the building to the original old world mexican charm. It is the owner's hope that the rich ambience will add to the peace and tranquility of their guests. This magnificent and splendid hotel is completely unique and different from any hotel that has existed in Tapachula, making it an ideal and exclusive place for special people like you. The rooms and public areas are decorated with antiques and unusual Mexican Art
All reviews an oasis the owner breakfast was included cable tv air conditioning folk art first rate lovely hotel comfortable beds attentive staff walking distance interior patio fine food lush tropical woman guatemala history
On our overland trip between El Salvador and Huatulco we decided to spend one night, each way, in Tapachula to get at least one evening in a comfortable hotel and bed (not to mention some really good meals). At the Casona Maya we chose one...More
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Response from CasonaMaya, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Casona Maya Mexicana Hotel BoutiqueResponded 7 September 2018
Thank you so much for your review. We hope to have you here again to enjoy our new menu with more traditional Mexican dishes. It's a pleasure to pamper you.
I've stayed in this hotel several times, and continue to enjoy it. I think it's the most pleasant lodging in Tapachula. A gem. I had a different room this time, which was nice. They're all comfortable and perfectly adequate for a single traveler or a...More
2 Thank Brian J
Response from CasonaMaya, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Casona Maya Mexicana Hotel BoutiqueResponded 26 June 2018
Thank you so much Mr. Brian. It's a pleasure to have you here everytime.
I loved this place. The folk art throughout the hotel is astonishing. Each room is named for a Mexican historical figure. The interior patio is a lush tropical garden with lots of native orchids. The food is wonderful.
Thank Peter T
Response from CasonaMaya, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Casona Maya Mexicana Hotel BoutiqueResponded 8 June 2018
Thank you so much for your review, we hope to have you here again.
We visited this hotel for a tequila tasting tour and lunch as part of our cruise. It was really good fun and the hotel owner was a great host. The tequila certainly flowed. We We didn’t actually stay at the hotel but we’re allowed to...More
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Response from CasonaMaya, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Casona Maya Mexicana Hotel BoutiqueResponded 8 March 2018
It was a pleasure to have you all here at our hotel. We are happy to know that you enjoyed the Tequila tasting, we hope to have you here again.
It was a tight connection to begin with, and I missed my onward bus to Guatemala and El Salvador, meaning I would spend the next 24 hours in Tapachula waiting to continue my travels. Not to worry. I phoned over to Casona Maya and there...More
1 Thank Brian J
Response from CasonaMaya, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Casona Maya Mexicana Hotel BoutiqueResponded 4 March 2018
We appreciate you took the time to give us a comment, that keeps us motivated to give our guests the best service, as you deserve it. We hope to have you here again.
Response from Glenn R G | Reviewed this property |
Ed, would love to...especially the mezcal/tequila tasting! But, I live in Mexico City and just visited the Casa Mexicana in January. Best to e-mail the hotel. Beautiful, small patio with plants, nice tables around it with... More
Ed, would love to...especially the mezcal/tequila tasting! But, I live in Mexico City and just visited the Casa Mexicana in January. Best to e-mail the hotel. Beautiful, small patio with plants, nice tables around it with antiques for a tasting. I'm sure they'll accomodate you. We couldn't find a "upper-class" Chinese restaurant near the town square (3 blocks away), so we ate dinner at the hotel. Let me know if you need more info. Cheers!
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