Where to Stay inCiudad Juárez

HAMPTON INN 5 stars Located near the Antonio J. Bermudez Industrial Park. Blvd. Tomas Fernandez 7770 Phone (656) 227-1717 http://www.hamptoninn.com CAMINO REAL 5 stars Luxury and comfort supported by a great Mexican hotel franchise. Teofilo Borunda 6941 Phone (656) 558-1059 CITY EXPRESS CD. JUAREZ 4 stars Specially designed hotel for satisfying the needs of business travelers. Blvd. Tomas Fernandez 7810 Phone (656) 227-0200 http://www.cityexpress.com.mx FIESTA INN CD. JUAREZ 4 stars Paseo T. de la Republica 3451 Phone (656) 686-0700 HILTON GARDEN INN 4 stars Avenido Tecnológico 3750 Phone (656) 629-0994

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