Hotel Medrano | Established Campground

Mexico

Details

Verified:
2 months ago
Altitude:
2077.7 masl
Phone:
None
Contributor:
Calderescapes

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - At Sites
Wifi:
Yes - Fast
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Hot
Water:
Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Unknown
Pet Friendly:
Unknown
Sanitation Dump Station:
Unknown

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Description

GPS coordinates are now correct. Hotel IS in Aguacalientes

Seems to be only RV park choice. Convenient location, ten minute walk to downtown/el centro. It's a largish hotel with about five pull thru spots with power, water, sewer and good Wi-Fi. Spots are located in back around a small park. Rigs up to 35' feet can manage. Bathrooms and showers are near pool. pool was being renovated while we were here. quiet and safe. we paid 200 pesos for the night. Don't bother with the thermal baths at Ojocaliente; we went and they weren't even bathtub warm!

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Wanted to stay here, but they don’t allow dogs.

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Verry nice place for overnight. Paid 300 Pesos per RV per night. All claen and you will stay close to a nice little park. Places are shaded our 3.5m RV fitted below. Nice pool area with toilet and shower nearby which can be used. Shower with only cold watter but very clean. Walking distance to town.

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This place is just a hotel now. They do not allow RV's anymore.

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We not sure why everybody is complaining about the cost of this place. Walking distance to most things (saving on taxis), pool, showers (though women's didn't want to get hot), electrical hook-up, sewer dump, water, security and its quiet. Cost is less than a night at most U.S. State parks where all you'd get is a pit toilet.

The laundry on-site is nice. Cost was 25 pesos to wash (2 washers), dryer (1) was 75 for two loads. Room was dusty so wipe it down before folding your stuff. The dryer was HOT on all settings so be aware.

We didn't eat at the restaurant so we won't comment on it.

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We camped here because we didn't find another place. If you wanna go out at night, It's the best choice - near downtown and secure. The pool is nice to hang out. But 400 Pesos are expensive, but worth for us because of the nice bars and the fiesta (April- May)

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Just as described, decent place to stay but not worth the 400 pesos charged.

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$400 pesos... flippin obscene. everything else is as everyone has Said... but 400 pesos, ouch!

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Paid 400 pesos for a night (two people in a campervan).
Even if we didn't need hook-ups, the price was non-negotiable, and consequently expensive.
On the other hand, this place has some advantages : close to the city center (20 min walk to the museo de la muerte), fast wifi, potable water at the hook-up, and a really nice swimming pool.

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Hummm... would love to right something else but...
The "rv park" is not an rv park. If you're lucky to come in, no way to come out. Especially with big rigs (don't even think about towing something).
The "places" are parking places (there are 3) and it is just facing the rooms, you are two meters from their room... don't think any second to be alone...
Moreover... the electricity is... hum hum... check the photo.

And : 400 pesos is A SHAME !!!!!!

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Can you please pay attention when you post? This place is not even in Guanajuato. Travelers rely on these posts!

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This place does not exist. I think it was confused with Aguascalientes.

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Seems to be only RV park choice. Convenient location, ten minute walk to downtown/el centro. It's a largish hotel with about five pull thru spots with power, water, sewer and good Wi-Fi. Spots are located in back around a small park. Rigs up to 35' feet can manage. Bathrooms and showers are near pool. pool was being renovated while we were here. quiet and safe. we paid 200 pesos for the night. Don't bother with the thermal baths at Ojocaliente; we went and they weren't even bathtub warm!

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