Just 50 miles from Mexico City, balmy Cuernavaca, Morelos, has been adopted as a place of rest and recreation by many visitors, from Aztec emperors and conquerors to princes, artists and a large number of retirees.
Things to do in Cuernavaca
4 based on 728 reviews
Hotel, Restaurant Garden & SPA
Outstanding in every way. We were seated for drinks in their beautiful garden while we waited for our table. There were wandering peacocks and macaws. Food, drinks, atmosphere and service were all excellent. My wife had eaten here before and independent of her recommendation, I’ve heard about the hotel as “the” hotel in Cuernavaca. Very pleasant afternoon and well worth the drive from Mexico City. Make reservations; it’s popular.
4 based on 345 reviews
Rincon del Bife was inaugurated in August of 1998, with the Mission to fulfill our clients’ maximum satisfaction by means of professionalism and growth of the gastronomic activity. Rincon del Bife offers a different option with an International and Mexican kitchen and an Argentinean grill. El restaurante inició operaciones en el 21 de agosto del 1998, con la firme convicción de dar a la gastronomía morelense, una fisonomía auténtica y diferente, en el Estado de Morelos. La mezcla de cinco elementos, que armonizan los sentidos de nuestros invitados; Aire, Agua, Tierra, Fuego en marcan el quinto elemento … el Servicio y la Atención, sustentado en una filosofía de servicio que resulta de la fusión de técnicas de más de 25 años en el ramo, creando una atmósfera en armonía con su entorno, haciendo de Rincón del Bife un exclusivo restaurante para el buen gourmet en cocina Internacional, Mexicana con Parrilla Argentina, disfrute del sabor incondicional que brinda el buen sazón.
4.5 based on 575 reviews
Restaurante Casa Hidalgo is located in the heart of Cuernavaca with a panoramic view of the Palace of Cortes and the Zocalo. Ubicado en el corazon de Cuernavaca con vista panoramica hacia el Palacio de Cortes y el Zocalo de Cuernavaca.
This three floor restaurant have an elevator for people with special needs. Mexican entrees were great they even have duck tacos!! They have a marvelous view of Cortez Place and palace plaza ... nice place for being with the family
4 based on 166 reviews
The excellence of the Yucatecan food elaborated with the authentic recipes of the grandmother that have passed through generations. A delight for the palate! Come and enjoy with us the best service, and the finest treatment while you savor the delights of typical Yucatecan cuisine since 1955; from an exquisite blend of Mexican and European flavors, which result in dishes of unparalleled exquisiteness. Winner of the "José Ines Loredo" Restaurant Merit Award for Mexican Cuisine
This restaurant is located in the Hotel Rio 1300. I'd heard from some guests that the food isn't good (and they were eating for free - Mexican police academy cadets staying at the hotel). Nevertheless, it was convenient for me to grab a bite there before checking out. Here are my thoughts:
-the wait staff was attentive
- the table overlooked the beautiful pool
- there was a lovely breeze wafting across the balcony, as well as through the restaurant
-I was offered a comment card I'm which to evaluate them, which I completed
-The food is ridiculously overpriced. Ridiculously. 450 pesos for a steak? That's $40. In Mexico.
-Just about every entree on the menu was over 250 pesos. Most averaged 300 to 350. For items that were ordinary, not exotic, such as an omelet. Please.
-I wanted to eat light before traveling, so I chose the caramel crepe. It wasn't available and nothing else appealed to me. They brought me chocolate cake with caramel drizzled on it. Ugh.
-I'm not a fan of tres leches cake (it's that wet cake, soaked in a kind of milk), and this cake was a combination wet (tres leches) and dry (stale) cake. For $6.
-They do not let you add the bill to your hotel bill, but they do accept visas.
-I was asked for a tip up front as they took my card.
- I was charged the price of the crepe I did not receive, instead of the lower price of the cake which was substituted
- they charged me for the tutis (a small cheese-filled pastry) that they brought out before I ordered. I thought if I don't ask for it, it's complementary...Guess not. It was only 19 pesos, which is about a dollar. It's just the principle. They're probably one of the most overpriced restaurants in the city, yet they're going to nickel-and-dime the guests for an unsolicited pastry?
Basically, if you don't mind mediocre food at astronomical prices (for Mexico), by all means, eat here. But with so many other options of both American and Mexican style food, why would you?
4.5 based on 144 reviews
The restaurant, is inside the remains of Hacienda de Cortes, which is a beautiful colonial building that foreigners simply LOVE. The food is typical mexican, as expected. The Avocado Soup and Chicken with Mole are my favourites.
This is one of my favorite places to visit in Cuernavaca, when I travel here.
4 based on 326 reviews
In our quest for Mexican food tonight we chose this facility and we're certainly pleased and I would decision. With a private parking garage adjacent to the restaurant this delightful restaurant served up delicious food by very attentive and knowledgeable servers. We had a number of items from the menu as a sampler and not one selection disappointed us. We will absolutely come back if we should return to this town.
4.5 based on 415 reviews
The Madrigal is located in the heart of one of the best areas of the city. We have the ideal combination of architecture, art, Gardens, gastronomy and service thanks to the experience of more than 60 years in the international restaurant medium. You can feel calm and relaxed in any of our spacious spaces such as the terraces and rooms around the garden or in one of the different dining rooms. Each area has details that make them unique and special. The atmosphere is totally familiar, you can enjoy as a couple and you can also close some important business. Our food cards (breakfasts, lunches and dinners) and wines are very well balanced to cater for all tastes.
This is considered a high-end establishment, but you really want something extra special when you're paying exorbitant prices, and this didn't fit the bill. Portions were small -- i could count that i received exactly 8 stringbeans -- and though fairly tasty, nothing out of the ordinary. Service was professional, not too stuffy, but i had to ask three times just to get a lemon to put in my water.
4.5 based on 308 reviews
Chef Eran Scheflan Casual and sophisticated, Tamuz is a restaurant of International Cuisine with a Mediterranean touch. De estilo casual y sofisticado, Tamuz es un Restaurante de cocina Internacional con acento Mediterraneo.
4.5 based on 256 reviews
Best Pizza In Mexico
Casual restaurant and a change of pace from the center of town. Pizza tasted like real food -- no weird salt and preservatives like a chain restaurant. However our pomodoro pizza could've used more flavor. I found myself wanting more cheese and spice.
4.5 based on 187 reviews
At Anticavilla Restaurant you can enjoy authentic Italian and Mexican recipes carefully prepared by our skilled chefs and made with the highest quality ingredients around. This gastronomic space, highlighted by the incomparable service and excellence of food, is perfect for enjoying unforgettable moments such as breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, birthdays, romantic dinners, social events, business and corporate meetings, as well as the best weddings in all of Cuernavaca.
I have visited this Magnificent restaurant + hotel several times and I still believe it is the best in the city..... By far.
With all It's recognitions and certificates, it can truly be compared with any other place in the world..
Fabulous service, fantastic food quality and menu, Magnificent place....What else can you ask for?
The spa also offers a unique experience with fair prices. If you are looking for an exclusive and fantastic place, this is the option for you.
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