Sleep in a giant barrel at this Jalisco tequila-themed hotel

If you are a true lover of tequila, it would not be strange that in some of your deepest dreams you have fantasized about sleeping inside a barrel of your favorite drink. Now those dreams have come true: in Mexico, there is a hotel dedicated entirely to tequila and whose rooms are giant barrels.

It is called Hotel Matices and is located next to a distillery called La Cofradía in the city of Tequila, which gives its name to the drink, in the Mexican state of Jalisco. Of course, you have a minibar in the room full of tequila to taste at any time and you can walk around the factory to see how your favorite drink is made.

But not everything is about drinking in this escape: there is also a restaurant dug five meters underground in which they serve the best Mexican recipes, of course, with cocktails made from tequila. And all surrounded by agaves, the plant from which various drinks are made such as mezcal, pulque … or tequila.

The barrel-shaped room costs about $3,000 pesos per night, so you only have to worry about how to get there. For those who have plans to visit the Mexican Pacific coast and visit Puerto Vallarta, it is not far away, just three hours away by car.

The normal rooms are very large, while the barrel-shaped rooms are somewhat smaller, but have all the amenities. In Tripadvisor, they have a score of 4.5 out of 5, which speaks very well about their services, including knowing the distillation process and attending a tasting of various tequilas.

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Posted by Matices Hotel de Barricas on Friday, August 18, 2017

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