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  • “What sets the Mansion Iturbe Hotel apart is its unrivalled location overlooking the central square making it the perfect base from which to explore".

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    The Luxury Travel Guide

  • “This 17th Century mansion, carefully restored to its former splendor by the descendents of the original owners, offers a prime location next to Vasco de Quiroga Square, Patzcuaro's main square.”

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    Frommer’s Travel Guide

  • “The hotel’s most outstanding attribute is its unsurpassable location—it is absolutely center stage, overlooking Pátzcuaro’s stunning Plaza Vasco de Quiroga, without a doubt one of the most beautiful squares in Mexico”

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    Karen Brown World Travel

  • “Right on the main square, the rooms here are spacious, olde-worlde in style, furnished in heavy dark woods and crammed full of antiques. Bathrooms are sumptuous. There’s a wonderful terrace out the back and the feel is one of luxurious sophistication”

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    Lonely Planet

  • “Stone archways ring plant-filled courtyards in this 17th-century mansion. Rooms, with large wood-and-glass doors, are partially carpeted. The owners are an excellent source of information regarding Pátzcuaro and the surrounding areas. Be sure to check out the restaurant, Doña Paca, and its tasty coffee drinks”

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    Fodor’s Travel Guide

  • “Magnifique hôtel particulier construit à la fin du XVIIIe siècle par don Francisco de Iturbe y Heriz. Cet hôtel, qui fonctionne depuis plus de quarante ans, fait partie des Tesoros (trésors) de Michoacán, association qui regroupe des établissements parmi les plus beaux de l'Etat. Les chambres disposent de hauts plafonds et sont décorées aussi bien avec des oeuvres d'artistes locaux qu'avec des pièces d'artisanat traditionnel. C'est aussi un lieu de repos et de détente disposant d'un solarium et d'une salle de lecture. Idéalement situé sur la place principale”

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    Petit Futé