MO17 Hotel Boutique
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
With a stay at MO17 Hotel Boutique in Queretaro (Downtown Queretaro), you’ll be minutes from Museum of the City and Museum of the Restoration of the Republic. This boutique hotel is within close proximity of City Museum and Queretaro Cathedral.
Make yourself at home in one of the 8 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring iPod docking stations and LCD televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Partially open bathrooms with showers feature rainfall showerheads and designer toiletries. Conveniences include laptop-compatible safes and desks, as well as phones with free local calls.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Take in the views from a terrace and a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access. This hotel also features concierge services, gift shops/newsstands, and wedding services.
Food & Drink
Full breakfasts are available daily from 7:30 AM to noon for a fee.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, multilingual staff, and luggage storage. Planning an event in Queretaro? This hotel features 54 square feet (5 square meters) of event facilities.
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Our room was spacious, clean, and contemporary (not Mexican furnished). There is a lovely outdoor area where there is a bar and where breakfast is served. It is very relaxing.
The hotel staff was terrific. They would do anything to help and make you happy. Several spoke English quite well.
MO17 was a pleasure and a great start to our month in Mexico.
This very nice and modern hotel sits 3 blocks away from downtown Queretaro which makes it very easily to get in and out of the hectic old historic part of the city.
The hotel is only 7 rooms in size, this isnt your typical hotel, and so much so in that lies its full potential. The top floor has 2 suites, rooms 7 and 8, the bottom floor has rooms 6 thru 1, 6 in the back thru 1 in the front facing the street. Room number 4 is right in front of the pump system of the hotel so noise could be a problem, same as room 1 because of cars going by melcho ocampo street.
The rooms are furnished with wood, black tainted wood, and dark stone floors. My room number 8 faced the back patio and tree with a balcony.
Things that were a concern to me:
When reserving i got room number 7, upon arrival i received room 8, according to the front desk there was a light fixture issue, however there were people staying in room 7, at the same time i stayed at the place, so first, a lie to a customer, is not something good.
2nd, the AC in my room was off upon arrival, queretaro has very hot 35celcius and higher weather, it took the entire night for the unit to cool the room down to 23celcius, they have an old LG art unit, which is probably 9000 btu, or 12000 not enough for such a large room.
The tub, the toilet, and the shower worked beatifully, and yes no privacy, but for us it wasnt a problem.
3rd. Breakfast, its included, but all of a sudden, on sunday there was no chicken at all in the hotel. So nothing with chicken could be served. Not good. Also because someone booked the entire terrace on saturday I couldnt eat next to the tree, i had to eat in the terrace next to my room.
4. There used to be bar, but its long gone, it doesnt operate, and there are only chairs in the terrace, how come? The place should attract customers, but when asked, I was told it doesnt operate anymore.
5. Parking was good, unfortunately it closed at 10 pm, however getting in and out was just a door bell and a call away, the street is safe, at least it seemed like it, but i had to walk 3 blocks to get to the hotel entrance.
6. Never got the wifi password, if there was one i called but never got it. there is full 4g coverage at the hotel.
I stayed with my husband for a night, the city was full with visitors since it was Holly Friday. We stayed in room 1, it faces the street and the noises of trucks kept us awake.
The pictures the hotel posts are real, it is nice and minimalist and new.
We had to ask for toilet paper, there was no soap for the shower, no hair dryer, the wooden floor of the shower shakes and the water was just warm.
They have a safe and great Air conditioning and TV
The bed was somewhat uncomfortable.
Towels and bed linings are new and clean.
Coffee in the room is not free (Nexpresso) and the cups and spoon were dirty
The cafeteria is a great spot, a beautiful garden with a huge tree and a nice fountain. We had chilaquiles that tasted great but were small and were cold (they re-heated them). There was no bread.
My biggest issue is the bathroom. Behind the bed there is a wall some 6ft tall and behind is the bathroom, no door so privacy is hard to get.
I have to say I wouldn't go back or recommend this hotel if you love privacy and a good night sleep over all.
Service is great, the front desk and waiter were very kind.
From the moment I walked in the front door, it was nothing but excellent service - helpful and friendly. I love this place and sorry I am only staying two nights. The room is cozy and so many amenities. Lights in the floor of the room and shower. The Gustav Klimpt picture below is the cover of the air conditioner. What a nice touch. Love the colors and the bed is so comfortable. The shower is magnificent. Such a nice change from other places I've stayed here in Mexico over the last two months.
When I asked if they had a bar, they said no but they would be glad to go and purchase anything I want. They checked on tours for me and gave me discount coupons for restaurants.
It is difficult to rate a hotel with so many wonderful, and strange, aspects to it. But first and foremost, be aware that the rooms on the first floor are very dark and have only one small window--when we saw the one assigned to us we immediately asked for something else.
Our room on the second floor (one of two) is an exceptionally large open concept room, full of interesting design features. It feels wonderfully luxurious and has a lovely view.
1)The toilet is also open concept. Those of you who do not especially wish to hear and smell your significant other's bouts of diarrhea, or who don't wish for your SO to hear yours--this is not the place for you
2)There is a jacuzzi, but no storage. There is one slender doorless closet facing the side of the bed; so you can keep an eye on your shirts all night, if you like, but the only drawers are two tiny ones in the bedside table.
3) Air freshener, *heavily* perfumed, is sprayed into the room at regular intervals. Perhaps something to do with the open concept toilet, but we both disliked it.
Perfectly located in the centre of Queretaro. Two or three choices for a very nice breakfast, in the beautiful outdoor patio. Fortunately, they don't turn on the blaring music until noon or so, and though it penetrates the hotel, the room itself,(when the windows are closed) is perfectly quiet.
We enjoyed our stay, but wouldn't recommend it to absolutely everybody.