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at Hotel Piccolo Peccato

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... and Gabriel García Márquez. We slept in the elegant ‘Gabo’ room (named for the nickname given Marquez by his wife)....
... The pool was just ok, a bit blurry but useable. The room was big and comfortable, with a quiet ceiling fan. The...
... We had a small inconvenient with the amount of noise in the room, but they were glad to change us to a very quiet room...

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Lortolan2017 wrote a review Dec 2019
New York City, New York9 contributions2 helpful votes
We enjoyed a tranquil getaway at the stylish, intimate Piccolo Peccato (Little Sin). It once was a villa hosting former French President Valery Giscard d’Estaing as well as writers Octavio Paz and Gabriel García Márquez. We slept in the elegant ‘Gabo’ room (named for the nickname given Marquez by his wife). Surrounded by lush greenery and gardens, it is a haven you don’t want to leave. We dined poolside on a memorable dish of duck with blue tortillas created by the Italian chef. Truly a magical hideaway in Cuernavaca, the ‘eternal spring’ city (two-hour drive from Mexico city).
A real luxury villa accessible to the ‘Happy Few’ for a reasonable price all in all (less than $200 a night).
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Date of stay: November 2019
Room Tip: Gabriel García Márquez room
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Desireeo wrote a review Feb 2019
Mexico City, Mexico23 contributions3 helpful votes
We stayed here over a overnight trip to Cuernavaca. Location was blocks away from center but very manageable.

You will need to leave car with valet.

The hotel in general is beautiful, specially outdoor yard but it does need a bit more of upkeep. The pool was just ok, a bit blurry but useable.

The room was big and comfortable, with a quiet ceiling fan. The bathroom a bit outdated but clean.

The big miss is service from personnel. They need training, you will be in constant wait until they come. Plus get ready to ask for anything various times.

Our dinner prepared by Chef Priero was very good. He even came to our table. The service of the waiters again poor.

This rough gem has potential they just need to put attention to details and improving customer service.
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Date of stay: February 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Florsie M wrote a review Apr 2018
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Our stay at the hotel was absolutely wonderful. They were kind enough to let us check-in earlier. We had a small inconvenient with the amount of noise in the room, but they were glad to change us to a very quiet room where you could hear the river.

The restaurant is Italian with Mexican influences. The menu à la carte was just ok, though interestingly enough the breakfast menu and the snacks we had at the pool were amazing. My suggestion would be that the Chef makes far more simpler things, like different sauces and different kinds of pasta. The tomato and basilico sauce they used on the breakfast omelette would go great on pasta, as well as the pesto used on one of the salads.

The staff in the front desk (Veronica, Christina and Norela) ere extremely helpful and kind. Manuel in the restaurant is also amazing and very helpful. We got a massage from Pia and was great as well.

Do keep in mind that the pool is next to a huge tree. So even though they clean the pool every single day, the tiny fruits from the tree end up in the pool. There isn't an actually a pool side snacks menu, but you can ask Manuel if the chef can fix anything for you. We had the most amazing bruschettas.

The WiFi wasn't working properly during our stay. There was WiFi signal but no actual internet. I was told they would look into this. I used my mobile as a modem during our stay and it worked out perfectly. The cell phone signal is strong all over the hotel.

All in all, we had a great stay. This is a nice, quaint and quiet hotel. Not exactly close from downtown, but it's something easily fixed with a 5 minute uber ride.
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Date of stay: April 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: If you want something nice and quiet, ask for the Tamayo room / Si quieren un cuarto lindo y...
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