This is a coffee shop elevated to a spiritual level, amazing work by Jesus Salazar, really disruptive in a very positive way in one of the most important coffee regions in Latin America Try the Coffee experiences( i.e.coffee tasting) as well as coffee workshops highlight this place
San Cristobal de las Casas is an amazing place to just go about from place to place without a particular plan. The central location of Casa Cafeologo is perfectly suited for this "purpose". The casa is beautiful, the room large and airy. The bed comfortable, the shower lovely. The gift of coffee lovely. The staff are all friendly and helpful. In addition they make some of the best coffee in town in their in house cafe. Highly recommeded
Nice place with great couches to chill on. Kind staff and delicious banana cake. Try the hot chocolate with 48% cacao. Clean toilets as well. We could stay here for hours. Drinks are a bit more expensive than elsewhere ($40) but worth it.
Amazing coffee, chilled atmosphere, strong Wi-Fi. The staff here really know their stuff. The food is nice too. I wanted something gluten free (allergy) and they made me something off menu. Would highly recommend.
This is a difficult review to write as its clear that the hotel staff are very proud of their coffee concept. Some quality roasted beans were left as a welcome gift. A grinder, kettle, filters snd a contraption for making coffee were also provided. Unfortunately some basics have been overlooked. There were coffee mugs but no sugar and spoons. There was water and beer for sale in the cupboard but no fridge was provided. The room had a smooth concrete floor which was very cold. Remember we're up in the mountains here. There was a minimalist clothes rail, no wardrobe or mirror. The small room safe was light weight and not fixed to the wall so could very easily be carried out of the room under one arm. There was a smart TV but it was complex and cumbersome to use and the helpful girl from reception spent 45 minutes to fix it one evening. The staff were very friendly and helpful but only one really spoke English. In my broken Spanish I requested a hair dryer to be told there was none. When I called again and said that the room info lists one, only then did we get one. Breakfast was provided by the adjoining cafe which only opened at nine o'clock. There was another option nearby apparently which opened at eight but not on a Sunday. Breakfast was tasty but took a loooong time to prepare. You would expect them to have some basics (cereal, fruit) readily prepared at 9am when guests arrive for breakfast but that wasn't the case. The last morning we left very early, they most kindly prepared us a packed breakfast which was great. We paid 1500 Pesos per night (via a hotel booking website) which is A LOT for San Cristobal at that time of year so we certainly expected more. We cannot recommend this place unless they significantly reduce their rate. They are lovely and the hotel has great potential but its just not there YET. …