Set next to Chihuahua City Hall, San Felipe el Real is a 19th century building with a charming central courtyard. This boutique hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with unique décor and free Wi-Fi.
Each spacious room is individually decorated with handmade local textiles and vintage furniture. All rooms offer cable TV and a bathroom with a hairdryer and Neutrogena toiletries. Complimentary breakfast is included in room rate.
San Felipe del Real’s 24-hour reception can provide information about Chihuahua. You can also browse books about the region in the hotel’s library.
The San Felipe del Real is 600 metres from Chihuahua Cathedral and Plaza de Armas Square. The CHEPE Train Station is a 6-minute drive away. Free private parking is available at the hotel.
What they offer
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms
Services and conveniences
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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matt from United States
Stayed 1 night in January 2018
My favorite resting place in Mexico”
In a quiet street, with an unassuming entrance, the San Felipe surprises immediately. Somebody with exquisite style and meticulous attention to detail designed a bed and breakfast with beautiful wooden walls and ceilings, with turn of the century typewriters and antiques that made me feel I was sharing the house with Hemingway or with a famous early twentieth century writer, yet to be discovered. The staff was professional and efficient. The huge bed and shower, appointed with exotic soaps and shampoos revealed the attention to detail in this homey hotel that is really a bed and breakfast (although the breakfast costs). Cereal, yogurt, and eggs with ham or chorizo are cooked for you by staff in the morning and brought to you at a large table. In the next room old typewriters and pictionary create a pensive mood. The combination of turn of the century charm and modern pampering make this my favorite Mexican hotel.