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La Joya del Viento
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Reviewed 1 January 2016

We stayed at La Joya del Viento for four days in dicember. The place is nice -- four or five rooms plus the owner's house arranged around a garden with pool. It was difficult to find, because the location on Google Maps was false, and when we called the owner, she was very impatient. But when we finally got there, we found that it was a quiet place, the service good, the caretaker Luis and his wife extraordinarily friendly. The first night it was very cold and Luis prepared the jacuzzi and later the chimney. The place was nice, but the price of 2500 Pesos per night was in no way justified.
This impression deepened the next day at breakfast. Again it was nice – fruit, juice, coffee, bread – but at 150 pesos per person possibly the most expensive simple breakfast I've had in Mexico.
We spent a couple of agreeable days of excursions in the mountains and enjoyed late afternoons in a hammock and sofa by the pool. The pool was covered and unheated, but we didn't mind that much because it is not really a pool to swim. We were told, that it would be heated on Friday, because the owner would arrive on Saturday.
The owner did indeed arrive on Saturday, and with her an entire clan of brothers, sisters, in-laws and kids from Interlomas. When we came back from our excursion, we found that the family had taken over the hotel and the entire garden. We disappeared into our room and never ventured out, while outside of our window the owner's teenage nephews were lounging on the guests' sofas and surfing the net. All of a sudden it became painfully clear to us that we were really in a private residence. It was a very disagreeable experience and as guests we suddenly felt unwelcome and out of place.
But we were in for another unplesant surprise. When we paid the next day in dining room overcrowded with family, we were presented a bill in dollars. The owner's sister took out her calculator and with a look of great satisfaction on her face applied an exceedingly high exchange rate.
In sum: Nice, but not worth the price. On weekends, count on crowds of rich relatives taking up all the space. Will not return.

Stayed: December 2015, travelled as a couple
5  Thank Jay N
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Reviewed 10 August 2014

Had a wonderful experience! A warm hostess received us. A great room with an outdoor living room with a fireplace. Modern yet cozy. Delicious food, fabulous pool and jacuzzi. It was a perfect retreat for a perfect honeymoon. Gracias!!!

  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank meli n
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Reviewed 27 March 2014

This a small and nice boutique hotel. Even if you want to spend the weekend at the pool and just relax, this is the perfect place. They keep the pool always warm which is something unique and rare comparing to other places in Valle de Bravo.
It is only 90 minutes from Mexico City. By doing a search of the hotel on Waze, it will guide you directly without getting lost.
Valle de Bravo village is around 15 minutes by car.
Rooms are clean and all equipped with fireplace, LCD TV and CD movies are for free.
Pay $80 pesos more for breakfast and you will get delicious "Chilaquiles", they are worth it.

Room Tip: All rooms are pretty much the same. If you a are a couple, make sure you get the room Bugambilia.
  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank axelr144
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Reviewed 25 November 2013 via mobile

Probably the best value for money in Valle de bravo, this b&b has everything you need. Cozy rooms, pool, jacuzzi and your own lounge. Just outside the doorstep you have scenic forest trails for a morning walk. Don't miss the Main Street of avandaro just a short drive away where you will find high end gourmet stores for eating in or take away. Notes: make sure you take the highway exit "avandaro" to save an extra 20 min by not having to cross the village of Valle de bravo. Read the instructions of your room since the hot water only lasts 7 min in some cases. Make sure to bring your dog since it'll have a blast. This is our new weekend getaway!!

Stayed: November 2013, travelled as a couple
Thank Christian R
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Reviewed 21 January 2013

For the price you pay for a family to stay two nights in this B&B we expected a decent breakfast. Continental breakfast in La Joya del Viento is very poor, and nothing that will fill you for a good morning in the mountains. Be aware that they charge 80 pesos extra per person, including the kids, if you order one egg each! We also had to pay extra for a mattress on the floor.

The weekend ended up quite pricy and not good value for the money. Next time we rather pay the same or more, stay in a real B&B and have a decent breakfast included. I don´t like to leave with the feeling that the B&B tries to squeeze out every buck in small annoying extra charges. The principle of these extra charges is wrong, a price list should be clear!

  • Stayed: January 2013, travelled with family
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2  Thank Birgitta R
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