Where to Stay in Valle de Bravo

We recently spent several days exploring the Pueblo Magico of Valle de Bravo and it was incredible! For us, one of the most important aspects of traveling is choosing the right place to stay. We typically stay as close to the city center as possible and most definitely in a walkable area. For some, choosing the right accommodations can often be quickly overlooked as a second priority. But for us, having a comfortable place where we can really get some good quality rest is essential for us to explore!

We partnered with Hotel Meson de Leyendas for our trip to Valle de Bravo and we found the hotel has so much to offer in terms of great accommodations! The hotel is situated approximately four blocks from the main square, which allows for a nice, 10 minute walk to a secluded and quiet location. This area of town is extremely walkable so there is no need to take taxis or anything to reach the hotel.

The hotel courtyard is absolutely beautiful. It feels as if you have stepped off of the city streets and into a tropical paradise! There are lush plants everywhere and the space is inviting and cheerful. There is plenty of seating to relax and enjoy the natural shade canopy over the courtyard. Since the hotel has only 13 rooms, the ambiance of this quaint, boutique style space never felt too crowded. The beauty of the hotel does not stop in the gardens! The rooms themselves are beautiful as well. No two rooms in Meson de Leyendas are the same–all have a special, unique touch to offer. Our room was filled with freshly blooming flowers and the best smelling soaps we have ever seen in a hotel (seriously–we wanted to ask for some to bring home!)

As you may know by now, we absolutely LOVE food. We are complete and total foodies, and we search for hotels with breakfast options available. The breakfast buffet at Meson de Leyendas was absolutely delicious! Complete with chilaquiles, breads, waffles, fruit and yogurt, and quesadillas and eggs made to order, we ate our weight in this tasty breakfast. The buffet breakfast is included for weekend stays and a continental breakfast is included on the weekdays. (We opted to change our continental weekday breakfast for the full buffet for $85 pesos each—totally worth it!)

Meson de Leyendas offers several spa packages from an extensive array of massages to jacuzzis, steam baths, and a sauna. They also have a traditional Temazcal, which is a type of sweat lodge which originated from Indigenous people. Here, the hotel leads a traditional cleansing ceremony.

Complete with a lush courtyard, beautiful, clean rooms, an incredible breakfast, and plenty of spa options, we are so glad we got to experience a stay at Meson de Leyendas! It was truly a great place to relax and refresh to be able to explore the wonderful city of Valle de Bravo!

Hotel website: http://www.mesondeleyendas.com/mesondeleyendas_sp

Hotel address: Bocanegra 405, Centro Valle de Bravo, Edo de México Mexico, 51200

Hotel reservations: 01 (800) 841-0764; international: +52 (726) 269-6282

Hotel contact: mleyendas@gmail.com

 

 

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