Where to Stay inCuliacán

5 Stars
This is one of the best hotels in the city and has all the services a hotel of its category should offer, such as, a business center for small private meetings, a room for social, cultural, or business events, a restaurant, private parking, security boxes, etc"…
Phone 01 800 908 0099

4 Stars
Located in the center of the city, it offers guestrooms with televisions, air conditioning, non-smoking floors, laundry service, room service, medical and childcare services, security boxes, and car renting, among others.
Blvd. Francisco I. Madero corner with Alvaro Obregon
Phone 01 800 670 1800

5 Stars
A Mexican hotel chain with excellent service and quality. In Hotel Lucerna you and your family will enjoy a pleasant stay.
Blvd. Diego Valadez #99 desarrollo Tres Ríos
Phone (667) 759 0000

4 Stars
Located in the heart of the city, Hotel San Marcos is just steps away from the Sinaloa Cathedral. Ask for its hospitality and social event packages.
Avenida Alvaro Obregón #51 Norte
Phone (667) 713 9752

4 Stars
Only tourist complex in the northeast of the country, it has cabins surrounding a beautiful garden, guestrooms in an hacienda style building, and a RV park with all the necessary services.
Blvd. José Limon 910 Norte
Phone (667) 750 5280

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