Dolores Hidalgo, Cradle of Mexico's Independence. Dolores Hidalgo is talavera, tequila and music by Jose Alfredo Jimenez. This Colonial City is to 3 and a half hours from Mexico City and to 30 minutes from Guanajuato City and San Miguel de Allende City.
In the city of Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato, known as the Cradle of Independence from Mexico, stands an old house on 2 floors in which was fitted perfectly this new hostel with 6 rooms for a maximum quota of 34 guests and who have all services such as: fully equipped guest kitchen, terrace bar, wireless internet, breakfast included with the room and washer and dryer (the latter with extra charge). The climate is temperate all year, hot day and cool at night. The historical richness of the place is incomparable, with colonial buildings and beautiful landscapes, as well as the opportunity to meet other nearby cities full of history, such as the City of Guanajuato and the city of San Miguel de Allende. Do not miss your chance to know the City where gesture the struggle for independence from Mexico in this year which marks its 200th anniversary.
There are 2 dorms for women with 4 and 6 beds, 2 dorms for men with 4 and 6 beds and also 1 mixed dorm with 12 beds. Every dorm has bathroom ensuite and are non-smoking rooms.
Hostel is situated to 2 blocks from the Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de Dolores. To 10 minutes from bus station of Dolores Hidalgo City taking a cab it will cost $3.00 USD
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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