Where to Eat in Saltillo

EL RINCÓN DE LAS DELICIAS
Mexican Restaurant
Benito Juarez #259 col. Centro
Phone (844) 414 5055

LA CARRETA
A great tradition of regional dishes.
Venustiano Carranza #3795
Phone (844) 415 2652

MIRABEL
Exquisite French kitchen.
Chiapas poniente Col. República
Phone (844) 415 9180

DA FLAVIO
Italian Food Restaurant.
Jesús Valdez Sánchez #536-9 Col. Centro
Phone (844) 416 2523

L’INCONTRO
Also of italian tradition.
Blvd. Echeverría 319-4 Col. Latinoamericana
Phone (844) 415 2333

NIKKORI
Japanese food chain.
Venustiano Carranza #2665 Col. República
Phone (844) 416 7997

WHERE TO LODGE
QUINTA REAL SALTILLO
5 stars
Excellent chain of luxurious hotels with the purest rustic Mexican style.
Blvd. Sarmiento #1385

CAMINO REAL SALTILLO
5 stars
A hotel of great tradition in this state.
Blvd. Los Fundadores #2000

HOTEL RANCHO EL MORILLO
4 stars
Prolongación Obregon Sur y Periferico Echeverría
Phone (844) 417 4078
http://www.elmorillo.com

CASA MEXICANA
5 stars
Hotel with the style of a Mexican hacienda.
La Fragua #2672 Col. Guanajuato Ote.
Phone (844) 438 9330
http://www.hotelcasamexicana.com.mx

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