Guest agrees to pay for any damage caused by them or their invited guests to La Posada del Rio Sonora Hotel (or La Fonda Banamitzi Restaurant) property or property of other La Posada del Rio Sonora Hotel (or La Fonda Banamitzi Restaurant) guests. As a term and condition of visiting La Posada del Rio Sonora Hotel or La Fonda Banamitzi Restaurant (hereafter referred to as “Hotel”), the reservation holder and all their invited guests (hereafter referred to as “Guest”) acknowledges and agrees to assume all risks related to their visit to hotel including (but not limited to) participation in any and all activities at hotel, at the hot springs or any and all locations where activities take place including excursions on or off the property of the hotel. I acknowledge that I will release hotel, La Posada del Rio Sonora Hotel (or La Fonda Banamitzi Restaurant) and  La Posada de Banamichi S A  de CV, its officers, staff members, volunteers, advisors, property owners, and/or agents (collectively “hotel”) in any location where guest activities are conducted, of and from all claims which may hereafter develop or accrue to me on account of injury, loss or damage, which may be suffered by guest or to any property, because of any matter, thing, or condition, negligence or default whatsoever, and I assume and accept the full risk and danger of any hurt, injury or damage which may occur through or by reason of any matter, thing or condition, negligence or default, or any person or persons whatsoever. Any dispute arising between the undersigned and hotel, including any dispute arising out of or in any way related to anyone in your party, shall be subject to binding, non-appealable arbitration to be brought exclusively in Sonora, Mexico, and Mexican law shall apply. It is further agreed and understood that guest shall maintain in full force and effect, a policy of insurance covering medical treatment and all related costs in the event of an injury to him/her and as a result of his/her participation in any and all activities at hotel or as a result of stay at hotel. Guest also agree that if he/she do not maintain in full force and effect a policy of insurance, guest is still liable for medical treatment and all related costs in the event of an injury as a result of guest’s participation in any and all activities involving hotel as aforesaid. This release and assumption of liability shall be binding on guest, their heirs and their dependents. Please enjoy your stay.

In order to guarantee reservation, we require a non-refundable deposit of 50% at time of booking. Balance due at arrival (30 days for holiday season bookings). If you cancel reservation 30 days prior to arrival (60 days for Holiday Season reservations), ONLY the deposit will be held for 12 months from date of cancellation and can be used towards a future reservation, otherwise deposit will be forfeited. If reservation is cancelled within 30-days of arrival once balance has been paid (30 days for High and Low Season reservations, 60 days for Holiday Season reservations), the balance will be held for 12 months from date of original reservation and can be used towards a future stay, otherwise it will be forfeited.

A 2% Bed “Tax” may be added to your bill at the time of departure. 100% of the funds from this “tax” will be deposited with the OCVR’s fiscal sponsor for environmental and community development projects including the OCVR of La Ruta Rio Sonora and volunteers. This “tax” has not been implemented yet but it is being discussed and may become mandatory at time of departure. We will only charge it if the government decides to implement this “tax”.

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What Others Are Saying

The hotel is perfectly situated for relaxing, exploring, meeting, and learning. The food is great. Our hosts, Darrin and Cheri Jones utilize their wide circle of friends and acquaintances to offer such opportunities as visits to local farmers and cheesemakers, lessons in regional cooking (including how to make the biggest tortillas in Mexico!), trip suggestions to colonial churches and rock art sites. And if you’re in a less energetic mood, there are delicious hot springs within reach. Beautiful scenery, fine food, friendly people – the Rio Sonora Valley has ’em all. We’ve gone several times, and always come home refreshed, well-fed, enthusiastic, and ready for more!

Jim G, Tucson, Arizona
 
 
 
 

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