Where to Stay inCiudad del Carmen

The great tourist potential of the city has promoted the development of the hotel industry making it possible to chose lodging from well known national and international hotel chains. HOLIDAY INN 5 stars 31st Street 274 Col. Benito Juárez Tel: (938) 382 0890 HACIENDA REAL 5 stars 31st Street 106 Col. Benito Juárez Tel: (938) 381 1700 HOTEL FIESTA INN 4 stars Periférica Norte Avenue (no number) Col. Petrolera Tel: (938) 381 0200 HOTEL EJECUTIVO 4 stars Corner of 56th and 33rd street. Tel: (938) 382 5676 Source: H. Ayuntamiento del municipio de Carmen, Campeche, en http://www.carmen.gob.mx

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