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Grutas Tolantongo, Ixmiquilpan

(4.1/5 based on 50 reviews on the web)
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  • It is a place of incredible, wonderful, but poorly managed lack training they are attentive, but you play at 8 am in your cabin to charge you the day stay, beautiful cabins but with unbearable smell of the septic tank, a blanket instead of blankets, is cold in December, without restaurant only appetizers, quesadillas and eggs, that if the pools and waterfalls are amazing
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  • Inadvertently visit this park not azufrosas hot springs pools. Huts with roofs of wood and tile are very well, have a bathroom with hot and cold water, electricity, lighting, a pair of very nice and couple of bureaus and a table and that's it. And the pool of hot springs of the quarter available 24 hours. The pools do not have night lighting, presto me your light the watchman. It is a total silence that only were us guest. Place the tuna in the foothills of the sierra, of difficult access by as many curves and incredible, a postcard landscapes. The detail is that this resort is everything offers, no restaurants, or shopping, or someone what band you water and soft drinks or sweets loss. The caretaker told me that the next day would be women from the village to Cook, but they never arrived. For that there are directed are ejido more next by a nice sidewalk full of creeks and flagstone and must cross a suspension bridge to get to another resort called grutas tolantongo, which boasts restaurant, shops, and other services of a resort.
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  • Following the line of Tolantongo Grottos, the place is unbelievably beautiful. If the caves are in the River, La Gloria is on the other side. That is, two different properties. There is a suspension bridge that connects the two properties. So, you pay a ticket and goes on a neighbor's property. And it pays to know both. If Tolantongo caves is the owner of the Bayou, La Gloria has the best albercas (swimming pools) and more quiet. Both are invasive and aggressive nature. In La Gloria you follow the River on ramps and stairs. Clueless. But abstract it: the way to the Heart, a narrow canyon with the river of warm waters, blue, with endless fishes and excellent stones for rest and diving make the unforgettable place. It's unbelievably beautiful. Perfect for relaxing, but also to good joke in the waters. My suggestion is to stay at Tolantongo Grottos, with a higher infrastructure, but visit and relax in La Gloria, which is more scenic and quiet.
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  • It is a very, very nice place to relax and chill,on the rustic side, the downside is the location, which is far, very far away from any major city. But the journey is a total experience. If you can deal with the extreme road, the views are totally surreal, if you suffer from vertigo, you'll get dizzi for sure! The people who work there are as nice as can be expected, prices of food, drinks and souvenirs are fair, considering the remote location. If you wanna get a better experience you have to spend more money,but nothing excessive.The pouches they sell that are supposed to be waterproof to protect the cell phones, are a total failure, 3 phones are ruined because those crappy pouches! So dont buy them, is a complete waste of money, overall is a diferent experience that you'll enjoy if you like to soak and relax you senses!
  • A very good place to get away and enjoy a weeked. I recently went there and I must say I fell in love with the place. The thermal waters were amazing, and one really does get to connect with nature. I recommend camping over staying in one of the three hotels there, since you really get to have a better experience around a camp fire. I look forward to going back soon.
  • Very beautiful. Thermal water very warm. If you visit the Grutas (cave) take a waterproof flashlight so you can explore the cave. You can get one in the gift shop .
  • It was just incredible, very kind and friendly people and amazing views
  • My mom us from ixmiquilpan hidalgo mexico.!