Where to Stay inPuebla

Its innate tourist vocation makes Puebla de Los Angeles have the best national and international hotel chains. For this reason the business traveler and the traveler for pleasure can find the best accommodations for their budget.

FIESTA AMERICANA PUEBLA
5 Stars
A hotel with contemporary architecture, it offers elegant guestrooms, access to a golf course, spa and convention centers.
Blvd. Atlixcayotl km 5
Phone (222) 225 9300


MESONES SACRISTÍA PUEBLA
Special Category
As in Puebla, the colonial past comes together with modern times to form harmony in each corner.
Calle 6 Sur 304 Callejón de los Sapos
Phone (222) 242 3554, 01 800 712 4028
http://www.mesones-sacristia.com

CAMINO REAL PUEBLA
5 Stars
Located in the beautiful historic center of Puebla, the walls of Camino Real were at some point a convent for the Clarisas Concepcionista sisters in the XVI century. The quality of one of the best hotel chains in Mexico supports it.
Calle 7 Poniente 105
Phone (222) 229 0909

POSADA SAN PEDRO
4 Stars
Its excellent location in the historical center allows you to enjoy the Puebla experience with each step you take. Posada San Pedro is a colonial hotel in a building built in 1529.
Avenida 2 Oriente 202
Phone 01 800 712 2808
http://www.hotelposadasanpedro.com.mx

NH PUEBLA
4 Stars
If you wish to enjoy modern architectural activities inside the colonial mark of the Puebla capital, the NH is the place for you. Geometric figures, white walls and elegant Italian furniture make NH a modern and harmonious place.
Avenida 5 Sur 105

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