The historical hotel was built in the mid-seventeenth century (1650-1700). Inside it has a bar, restaurant, laundry service, parking in the car park and garage and a 24-hour reception in the lobby offering 24-hour check-out service. The premises are air-conditioned and further facilities include a hotel safe and Internet access.
The hotel is situated in the northwestern state of Sinaloa in Mexico. It is near the Plaza of Arms, Orrantia Mansion, Mansion Almada, the House of Constituency, House of Portals, the Casa de la Cultura, Don Mansion Orrantia Francisco and the Mansion Don Joaquin Ibarra, which is now a hotel. This hotel is best known to tourists around the world as 'The Gateway to the Copper Canyon', one of the main attractions of the Sierra Tarahumara. Copper Canyon is considered the longest and deepest canyon in the district.
Hotel rooms have a private en suite bathroom with a shower, bath and a hairdryer. Rooms are furnished with double or king-size beds. Amenities include a television with satellite/cable TV channels and air conditioning.
Guests can relax in the hot tub.
The hotel serves a continental breakfast. Lunch and dinner may be enjoyed à la carte of from the set menu.
Satellite cable TV
King size bed