Where to Stay inSan Luis Potosí

HOLIDAY INN SLP – QUIJOTE 5 stars The biggest hotel in the city with the best service infrastructure, guaranteed with 4 world prices and international certifications. Carretera Central km. 420 Ph. 01 800 000 0404 http://www.hislp.com.mx/ WESTIN PLAZA 5 stars Luxury and comfort in one place Avenida Real de Lomas #1000 Ph. (444) 825 0125 REAL DE MINAS 4 stars Beautiful colonial hotel with pools, convention center, business center, restaurant, and the best service Carretera a México Km. 426 Ph. 01 800 480 3900 HOTEL REAL PLAZA 4 stars Local recommendation Avenida Venustiano Carranza #890 Ph. (444) 814 6969 HOTEL MARIA CRISTINA 3 stars Clean and comfortable rooms with TV, Maria Cristina Hotel has also a business center with internet and a small gym with a play zone for the little ones. Juan Sarabia #110 Downtown Ph. 01 800 480 6100 http://www.mariacristina.com.mx/

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