Las Guacamayas B&B

(692-4144; [email protected]; s/d incl breakfast 40, 50 y 60 dlls ; P)

  • Offering the only accommodations worth getting excited about for miles around, this precious hostel-café sits snuggled on the edge of the small Casas Grandes village, near the entrance of the Paquimé site. While there is absolutely nothing around except small houses and the Paquimé ruins, the pink, adobe-style building has all you need: 11 charming rooms with tiled floors, a lovely garden area with a hammock, and breakfast is served in the owner's kitchen. Getting there is easy if you simply follow the signs to the ruins. Then, facing the museum, with the ruins behind you, the pink hotel will be visible to your rigth. The viewing area on top of the museum may take it easier to locate.

Quote: lonely planet (central north Mexico pag: 360).


  • The Guacamayas B&B and the gallery are located right in front of Paquime's archeological site.
    They are especially interesting for having being built in the same manner as the prehistoric ruins of Paquime, using a rammed-earth building method, reconstructed experimentally by Juan Quezada who also oversaw the construction.

  • "La Tertulia" café and dinnig room, a space for gathering friends for conversation and recreation, is open to guest for breakfast from 8 to 11 am.
    Further arrangements may be made for groups or meals outside schedule.


Luz María Lujan

Av. 20 de Nov. y Zona Arqueologica #1101
Casas Grandes Chih. Mex. 31850
Frente a PAQUIME
Tels. 011 52 (636) 699 0997 y (636) 699 1111

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