We stayed at the Hotel Divisadero Barrancas on the rim of Copper Canyon. Originally, it was a private home; that now has been enlarged to entertain and house guests. It was much like a lodge with rooms, restaurant, bar, and lounging areas.
They had lots of native arts and decorations, and one room dedicated to the original owner and special visitors. Sitting in front of a large stone fireplace was a good way to relax and stay warm in the cool evening.
The guest rooms overlooked the ravines with spectacular views from the private patio. Decor was rustic but very comfortable. However, the college kids partying in the room above made for a late bedtime.
The food was good, the ambiance charming, and the unique lodging made for an enjoyable stay. Highly recommended.
Camp: Hotel Divisadero Barrancas
Scene: Lodge, ravines
What are the college kids doing there anyways? 😉
A group of exchange students touring the area. Hey, their only young once; I give em a pass.
The loud college party would have ruined it for me. I like quiet at night. Glad you had a great time.
Yeah, it was annoying. But all-in-all, it was a great experience.
Thank God for ear plugs