Where to Stay inMexicali

A great variety of international and local hotels offer their service in this nice and warm city.

Next we present a list of the best hotels of Mexicali.

CROWN PLAZA DE MEXICALI
5 stars
With the well known quality standards of the Crown Plaza brand, this hotel offers 158 rooms with air conditioning, satellite TV, swimming pool, sauna, gym and laundry. Business center with Internet access and rooms for no-smokers are available. The hotel has two restaurants: Premier and Plaza Jardin Café.
Calz. Adolfo López Mateos y Av. De los Héroes #201
Tel: (686) 557 3600

ARAIZA HOTEL Y CENTRO DE CONVENCIONES
5 stars
A friendly and luxurious hotel that offers equipped rooms, two excellent restaurants, gym, tennis courts and convention center, among other comforts.
Calz. Juárez #2220
Tel: (686) 564 1100
http://www.araizahoteles.com


LUCERNA
5 stars
This hotel offers the following services: 175 rooms, cabins and suites. Two swimming pools, business center, Internet access in every room, room service, laundry, car rental, beauty shop, gift shop, travel agency, baby-sitter services, 24 hr medical attention, gym, sauna, 24 hr taxi service, safe-deposit boxes and a big parking. Restaurants: Los Portales, El Acueducto (International food) y Mezzosole (Italian food). Bars: Ladies Bar, Piano Bar and La Capilla (Live music)
Calz. Júarez #2151
Tel: (686) 564 7000
http://www.hoteleslucerna.com


COLONIAL
4 stars
This hotel offers the following services: Room service, modem plug-in in every room, swimming pool and pond, family court, business center, laundry and dry cleaning, travel agency, nation and international newspapers, courtesy bread and coffee, taxi service, ATM, safe-deposit boxes, events center “Colonial” with a capacity of 450 persons, another three halls for 20, 40 and 60 persons, American garden with pool, business center, Internet access and restaurant.
Calz. Adolfo López Mateos #1048
Tel. (686) 556 1312


Sources:
http://www.mexicaliturismo.com
http://geologia.cicese.mx/sist_inf_geo/paseo/mexicali.htm
INEGI, Statistical Yearbook of Baja California State, Mexico, 2001.
Virtual Enciclopedia of Mexican Municipalities, http://www.e-local.gob.mx

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