As an old Episcopal palace, Los Juaninos is located in a privileged corner in front of the magnificent cathedral of Morelia. As you set foot in the luxurious lobby of Los Juaninos, with French-style furniture of palatial airs and two arcades displaying 18th-century stained-glass panels, the atmosphere of this building full of memories and history will capture your imagination.
The hotel has thirty different rooms. Master Suite, Junior Suite and Superiors. Some features of the old hotel were retained, such as the doors and windows, ceilings, arches, bathroom woodwork and even European style bathtubs. With the striking prospects of the cathedral and historic downtown cityscape of Morelia afforded by the hotel, these views are truly a balcony onto history. Each decorated differently so that they offer distinctive features.
The roof has been transformed into a gourmet restaurant and bar, where music alternates with the tolls of bells.
While nature has endowed Michoacán with beaches, waterfalls, butterflies and volcanoes, and culture has flourished in wonderful handcrafts, music, dances, costumes and fiestas, Los Juaninos offers travelers polished accommodations, flawless service and comforts.
This hotel is located in the historic downtown, walking distance to all major interest sites. Fabulous handcrafts can be found in neighboring towns, and mixing your holiday with a few nights in Patzcuaro at La Mansion de los Sueños will allow you to see the best this region has to offer. If you are a beach aficionado, you can also easily travel to Zihuatanejo and have the perfect city-beach combo.