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Casa de la Real Aduana Boutique Hotel, Patzcuaro

With its established ornamental gardens, its vine covered courtyard, period piano room and cloistered patios the Casa de la Real Aduana is a part of Patzcuaro’s past. Its present too, because this quietly stylish boutique hotel has all the modern comforts today’s international travellers require, tucked into rooms with antique stone floors, vaulted or beamed ceilings, traditional rugs and whitewashed walls.

Reason enough for making sure Real Aduana is on the itinerary of your luxury, tailor-made holiday to Mexico. But there are others. The hotel is the perfect base for exploring history. It’s set in the heart of the old colonial town, close to the picturesque lake and within easy reach of Purhepecha Indian villages, near pre-Hispanic pyramids and convents dating back to the Spanish period.

Casa de la Real Aduana, at a glance

  • Beautifully worked boutique hotel in the heart of colonial Patzcuaro
  • Choice of just five, exclusive rooms, each with its own individual style and character
  • Four have king-sized beds and one has twins
  • Beautifully designed en suite bathrooms
  • Classic and antique furnishings and traditional paintings
  • WiFi, flat screen TVs, DVDs and CDs
  • Restaurant serving a delicious mixture of local, regional and international cuisine

For leisure and pleasure

  • Explore old Patzcuaro – a living museum of Indian traditions and ancestral crafts
  • Visit Purhepecha Indian villages and archaeological sites
  • Colonial convents
  • Exhibitions, concerts, workshops and lectures, plus art and photography at La Folia Arte
  • Close to magnificent gardens and Plaza Vasco de Quiroga
  • Irresistible daily market in Plaza Bocanegro
  • Horse riding to the top of an extinct volcano

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  • Absolutely outstanding. This was the best holiday we have ever had.

    SF, Mexico