4.0 on September 11, 2013
Realmente fue una experiencia placentera el disfrutar de las instalaciones del hotel, desde la bienvenida cálida del personal, el desayuno realmente exquisito, me encanto la tranquilidad de todo el hotel, la vista espectacular y definitivamente lo que me hará regresar fue el trato de todas y cada una de las personas que laboran en los diferentes turnos. Gracias
5 on September 11, 2013
La atención de el personal es muy amable y servicial, lo hacen a uno sentirse como en su casa. Los cuartos súper limpios y bien acondicionados. El desayuno súper completo y de muy buen sabor! La vista desde el hotel es espectacular. Ideal para parejas o familias. A 5 minutos de el centro de Guanajuato en coche. Recomiendo ampliamente el hotel. Vivian.
5 on July 18, 2013
The service, the food, the rooms, the view, everything was perfect, we stayed at Casa Estrella de la Valenciana from June 30th to July 4th, and everything was perfect, thanks to the staff to made us feel like in home.
5 on June 17, 2013
Great place to stay, great people. Attention is incredible, you feel like being home. The breakfast is delicious and rooms are great. you can have rooms with amazing views. You have to stay here and for sure you will not want to leave
5 on April 08, 2013
We have stayed here 8 times over the last 9 years. We always come back as it feels like our home away from home! The staff always ensures that we have whatever we need whenever we need it. Thank you again, Casa Estrella for a relaxing stay!
4.4 on January 10, 2013
We enjoyed the vistas from the terraces and the location - not too close to the centre of town and not too far. We were able to kick back and smell the roses. All the staff were very friendly and helpful - very tolerant of our weak Spanish. It was nice to see that the casa was dog friendly as we missed our pack back back in Alaska. A very relaxed atmosphere.
4.6 on November 29, 2012
La casa Estrella sale fuera de lo normal de una estancia en hotel , la verdad se siente como en casa y ademas con ganas de so;ar y descansar , muy recomendable las personas que lo atienden son muy amables todo esta muy confortable y super recomendable . La proxima vez que vaya a Guanajuato me hospedare nuevamente en Casa Estrella .
5 on November 05, 2012
One of my favorite B&B´s! Casa La Estrella really makes you feel at home and in family. Extraordinary view from Guanajuato, peaceful and quiet, wonderful decoration.
5 on September 17, 2012
I remember sitting on the stone veranda sipping on my margarita while other guests ambled outside, a golden circle of light and fragrance of delicious Mexican tapas sidling up on us from the kitchen. So delightful - - the twinkling lights from the town below us dancing to the distant sounds of mariachi music. But nothing was as spectacular as the eye level fireworks announcing the beginning of the Festival Internacional Cervantino! Casa Estrella, can't wait to see you again! (And the fiesta was fabulous!)
4.8 on September 04, 2012
Excelente lugar para descansar y sentirse como en casa. Cada habitación maravillosamente decorada, con techos abovedados y baños amplios y cómodos. Lo mejor de nuestro México decora cada rincón de este lugar. Tienen que conocerlo!!!!! y el servicio es estupendo, además de la magnífica vista de la Ciudad de Gto.
5 on August 29, 2012
I really enjoyed my stay in Casa Estrella during my business schedule in Guanajuato City. Definitely, I must go back to Casa Estrella, as a Honey Moon, I hope, soon. Best regards!
4.8 on August 22, 2012
ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING IS PERFECT!
5 on May 14, 2012
Everything was great! Maybe a bit too far away from downtown Guanajuato, but worth the view!
5 on February 15, 2012
I've stayed at Casa Estrella a number of times, basically every time I visit Guanajuato. It's a truly beautiful place, from the architecture (especially in the Casita) to the decorations. It's obvious that the owners put a lot of thought and love into creating the space. The view of the city is amazing - during the summer you can watch the thunderstorms play out over the city from your bed at night. Every room has a great view, and i prefer staying in the Valenciana to staying in the center of town. It's so much quieter and cleaner! Taxis are cheap and easy to call. There's no dining per se, but the breakfasts served on an outside patio (again with a fabulous view) are delicious and the staff is warm and helpful. All in all: great place, great people, you would definitely enjoy it here!
4.8 on December 09, 2011
My recent stay at Casa Estrella de la Valenciana was most enjoyable. The Inn was not only authentically decorated with art work that reflected colonial Mexico but was also modernly comfortable. The room was large and airy with an outside terrace and a tremendous view of the city and hillside! We also had the luxury of having a spa tub in our room (very soothing and relaxing after an exciting day of touring the interesting cities of Santa Rosa, San Miguel and Guanajauto). The outside of the inn is beautifully kept with gardens, a heated pool, jacuzzi and panoramic views of the hills and city. Breakfast each morning was exceptional with an authentic, gourmet Mexican entree in addition to fresh fruit, yogurt, homemade granola, coffee and fresh squeezed orange juice! The meal fulfilled us well into the late afternoon. A full bar was also available. Housekeeping was spotless and tours and events were arranged with ease and without hassle. Taxis to and from Casa Estrella were easily accessible. There was also very little language barrier, as my Spanish is "un pequito". There was plenty of night life to exerience in the numerous restaurants, cantinas and shops in the city below, as well. Casa Estrella de la Valenciana's innkeepers and staff were very warm, friendly and attentive to our needs. It is obvious they are there to pamper and accommodate their guests for an unforgettable stay! We will definitely be returning in the near future. I honestly cannot think of anything that would have made our stay more comfortable or enjoyable.
5 on January 28, 2009
We stayed at Casa Estrella with another couple. The innkeeper, Sharon, welcomed us warmly. The inn has six rooms ... each one decorated beautifully with art and crafts from local masters. (There were things like tiles and pottery and rugs and paintings and paper mâche masks ... the good stuff ... not the gnarly stuff.) The inn is built into the hillside above Guanajuato. Every room has a spectacular view of the city. Ours was the Rayas room which was bigger than our living room at home (and lovelier!). It had a Jacuzzi tub and a little balcony as well as a private, outdoor patio. It was beautifully furnished and there were lots of niceties like a little CD player beside the bed with a couple of restful, romantic music CD's in the nightstand drawer and chocolates by the bedside ... not just any old chocolate ... but rich truffles from the local candy-making master. The bed was big, beautiful, wonderfully comfortable and from it we could see the lights of the city at night and the colorful city by day. There is a living room at the inn where we sipped margaritas and enjoyed the view. There is a pool and Jacuzzi with a lounge area around it. The observation deck has TWO telescopes. The covered patio upstairs houses a bar (help yourself!) and some very cool star-shaped lights that are suspended from the ceiling and move in the breeze. There is an outdoor patio where they serve one of the best breakfasts that I've ever had in a hotel anywhere in the world. We toured the city ... first with Sharon who gave us an overview. She has a wealth of knowledge about the city (and for all of Mexico for that matter.) Then she turned us loose to explore on our own. We visited Diego Rivera's birthplace where there must have been one hundred of his drawings and paintings and a bunch of photos of he and Freida Kahlo. The produce and meat displays in the Mercado are worth stopping by for. We found Casa Estrella to be one delight after another. It knocked our socks off!