Where to Stay inAguascalientes

A great variety of local and international hotels offers the visitant their services in this beautiful and populated city.

The following list presents 4 and 5 star hotels situated in the state capital.


4 stars

A 25 years tradition backs up these first class hotel services. Counts with 146 comfortable carpeted rooms fully equipped with WI-FI access and air conditioning; executive floor with business center; swimming pool, restaurants, bar, tennis court and installations for business meetings and social events.

Blvd. a Zacatecas en Luis Donaldo Colosio #792

Tel: (449) 922 4444



5 stars

Quinta Real is just 5 minutes away from the historical center and offers to the visitor a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere whether he or she is enjoying the city on vacation or business traveling. It Offers 85 wide suites, cleaning service, swimming pool, fine restaurants and the best facilities of a high quality hotel that just the a Quinta Real chain hotel can provide.

Ave. Aguascalientes Sur #601

Tel: (449) 978 5818



5 stars

This hotel, located in the traditional alameda, offers 48 suites, WI-FI, business center, halls for social events and conventions, and swimming pool.

Corner of Alameda and Ave. Tecnologico

Tel: (449) 970 3800

01-800-640 8882



5 stars

Conveniently located just 5 minutes away from the historical center, the industrial zone and the big malls of the city. It offers 34 junior suites and 16 master suites with the best first class services, equipped with air conditioning, swimming pool, infirmary, baby-sitter service, Jacuzzi and room service available 24hrs.

Ave. Héroe de Nacozari Sur #1315

Tel: (449) 918 4343

01-800-714 9900



4 stars

Ideal hotel for business travelers, equipped with meeting and business rooms, gym, SPA and halls for social events.

Blvd. José María Chávez #2100

Ciudad Industrial

Tel: (449) 971 0845

01-800-490 3100



4 stars

This hotel belongs to the Best Western American chain. It Counts with 109 rooms.

Blvd. José María Chávez #904

Tel: (449) 915 5440


Extract from Internet from the book Â"“El Crecimiento de la Ciudad de AguascalientesÂ"” by Gerardo Martínez Delgado. http://www.geocities.com/revista_conciencia/ciudad.html; Municipal Goverment of Aguascalienes: http://www.ags.gob.mx.



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