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PLAZA INN 5 Stars A modern hotel with the best location in the city. It is known for its great convention center ideal for your business events. Guillermo Leyva corner with Lázaro Cárdenas Col. Centro Phone 01 800 672 6677 http:// www.plazainnhotel.com.mx SANTA ANITA 4 Stars Experts in tourist packages, especially excursions to the Sierra Tarahumara. Excellent facilities including a business center. Guillermo Leyva y Miguel Hidalgo Phone 01 800 552 5645 Phone (668) 816 7046 http://www.santaanitahotel.com BEST WESTERN LOS MOCHIS 4 Stars Alvaro Obregón #690 Poniente Phone (668) 816 3000

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