"Comfortable Cabana style Hotel in quiet location"
This hotel has a central building with lounge, dining area and a shop, another building with laundry facilities and about 20 detached wooden cabins for guests, nicely spaced out with grass between and play areas. It was built with motorised tourists in mind and has parking near each cabin. Also a serviced site for motor homes which doubles as a camping area. Nowadays most of the users come by train or bus not car. The cabins were basic but pleasant with verandah area and table and some chairs inside as well as (at least) two double beds each - as usual, sharing the same space so no privacy if you are two couples sharing. Either gas or electric space heating which was still welcome in late March and worked well. Our cabin had a fridge, our friends cabin did not. Both had coffee percolators. We only had breakfast at the Hotel which all three days had good choice, friendly service and was reasonably priced. The hotel is in a quiet location 20 minutes walk from the centre of Creel which at Easter was nice as Creel centre was a polluted traffic jam. At less busy times we were told the centre is much less jammed. Coming by train check the hotel is going to pick you up or take a taxi! The staff are friendly but speak little English.
Tim from Scotland, UK
This family-friendly Creel hotel is located in the mountains, within 2 mi (3 km) of Craft Arts Museum of the State of …More
We stayed at the Hotel Mision for one night during our Copper Canyon rail adventure. When we arrived at the Bahuichivo Station, the Hotel Mision Shuttle was waiting for us. Our bags were quickly loaded and we were off. We arrived at the Hotel Mision 30 minutes later. A staff member was waiting for us with delicious, complimentary margaritas. Our checkin process was swift and painless. Our room was perfect, clean and quiet. It can get chilly this time of year and there were plenty of extra blankets and firewood for the wood burning stove to keep us warm. Lunch was waiting for us and we immediately sat down to a delicious meal, starting with soup, pork chops and vegetables. After lunch, a staff member took us on a tour of the girls school and the nearby church, we were also treated to a stunning sunset. The nominally priced tour included a wine tasting of the La Mision wine. After the tour, we had time to explore on our own. Dinner was excellent and they allowed us to bring our own bottle of wine to the dinner. We went to bed that night feeling fully satisfied and well cared for. The next morning we enjoyed a full breakfast prior to heading off for the Overlook Tour. Unfortunately, when we arrived to the overlook, 45 minutes later, a huge cloud bank had engulfed the area, and there was nothing to be seen. The guide apologized profusely. Upon check out, we were surprised and delighted to learn that the Hotel did not charge us for the tour!
Traveller from phoenix, AZ
Situated in a rural location, this hotel is 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Cerocahui Mission.More
Our visit was strictly pleasure and BWH Cumbres took care of all our needs. Very good location in the downtown area. Fairly quiet at night with mostly business people. Excellent restaurant for breakfast. Overall a very good choice for the town.
Traveller from El Paso TX
Situated in Cuauhtemoc, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Las Tres Culturas Auditorium and Cuauhtemoc Central Plaza …More