This small hotel is in a home once owned by a prominent Mexican movie critic, hence its name "House of Cinema". With several floors and a view towards "La Bufa" mountain to the southeast, the home has within the last year been converted into a small hotel with every room being somewhat different, unique, in size and capacity, from simple to suites. I stayed in the simpler room, but it was fine and comfortable.
The tile work on the floors, stairs and walls throughout the house is very impressive and the hotel was unbelievably clean in every respect--I almost hated walking on the floors in shoes. The first floor is a sort of lobby, also has a kitchen off to the side with a refrigerator, microwave, eating utensils, etc., and a Talavera container with drinking water, which are available for guests.
The hotel is on a road (Guanajuato Blvd) along a ridge circling this very interesting, old city that was never designed for cars. So you can get a cab/Uber to and from here without having to navigate through the very congested and complicated streets and tunnels through much of Guanajuato. It is quiet too. But a walk of three city blocks takes you to the Pipila--big statue overlooking the city very popular with tourists, and from their you can take a Fenicular (like a cable car) going 300 feet or so, straight down, which lands you at the back of the Teatro Juarez--and in the true center of town. So with a 10 to 15 minute walk/finicular ride you're in the heart of it all.