Jan 3, 2011, 2:05 PM
Post #6 of 8
The only hotel I've ever stayed at in Tapalpa is Casona de Manzano. (We have friends who have a cabin there now, so no need for a hotel....)
Casona de Manzano is really nice, and only a block away from the main plaza. It is a bit spendy though. You don't mention budget so I won't go any further. There are several very nice places to stay in town.
Wherever you stay, you want to make certain that there is a fireplace, or other heating source, in the room. And bring slippers, and warm sleepwear, and warm outerwear, and....
There's a really good campestre-style restaurant out of town, I think it's called Mescalero's (or something like that), but it's only open on weekends, I think.
(This post was edited by tashby on Jan 3, 2011, 2:07 PM)