Where to Stay inTeotihuacan

VILLA ARQUEOLOGICA 4 stars Located only 5 minutes from the Aztec archeological center, Villa Arqueológica is a small and comfortable hotel with swimming pool, restaurant, bar and boutique; it also offers tours to the ruins. Periférico Sur Zona Arqueológica, San Juan Teotihuacan HOTEL QUINTO SOL 4 stars Besides offering guided tours through the ruins of Teotihuacan, Quinto Sol offers its guests room service, wireless internet, solarium, swimming pool, business center, foreign exchange and laundry, among other services. Av. Hidalgo #26 Teotihuacan http://www.teotihuacaninfo.com POSADA SOL Y LUNA 3 stars Av. Dr. Jiménez Cantú #13 San Juan Teotihuacan CLUB CAMPESTRE TEOTIHUACAN Fun water area with 253 rooms. Carretera México – Tuxpan km 27.

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