Where to Stay inIxtapan de la Sal

Luxurious and elegant resorts of international quality found around Ixtapan de la Sal, where you can rest and be pampered in their relaxing spas for later regain your vitality in the professional golf courses and tennis courts. These and many other excellent services are offered in the beautiful hotels of Ixtapan. IXTAPAN SPA AND GOLF RESORT 5 stars Blvd. Arturo San Román Phone (721) 143 2440 MARRIOT IXTAPAN DE LA SAL 5 stars José María Morelos Phone (721) 143 2010 RANCHO SAN DIEGO GRAND SPA & RESORT 5 stars Carr. Federal Ixtapan Tonatico km 2.5 Phone (721) 143 4000 VILLA VERGEL 4 stars Blvd. Arturo San Román esquina con Juárez Phone (721) 143 2440 http://www.villavergel.com.mx

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