Where to Stay inTuxtla Gutiérrez

The city of Tuxtla Gutierrez has a great hotel infrastructure, offering a variety of large national and international franchise hotels, as well as economical options that adjust to all budgets. CAMINO REAL Gran Turismo 5 stars Blvd. Belisario Domínguez 1195 Phone (961) 617 1777 HOLIDAY INN 5 stars Located at a short distance from the most important commercial center in the city. Blvd. Belisario Domínguez km.1081 Phone (961) 617 1000 CITY EXPRESS 4 stars Ideal for the business traveler. Prolongación Libramiento Sur Poniente CROWNE PLAZA TUXTLA GUTIERREZ 4 star Blvd. Belisario Domínguez km.1081 – I Phone (961) 617 2200 HOTEL DEL CARMEN 3 stars Located in the center of the city, it has wireless internet WI-FI, a restaurant, laundry, and parking. Segunda Avenida Sur Poniente #826 Phone (961) 612 3084 http:\\www.hoteldelcarmen.net

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