Where to Stay inTlaxcala

HOTEL MISION TLAXCALA 5 stars Sumptuous former estate of the XVI century, it offers all the services of a first-class hotel, including indoor swimming pool, spa, halls for events and even a heliport. Carretera Tlaxcala – Apizaco km 10 Phone 01 800 900 3800 Phone (246) 461 1142 http://www.hotelesmision.com POSADA SAN FRANCISCO 5 stars Small but elegant hotel with 68 rooms where service excellence is the norm. Plaza de la Constitución #17 Phone (246) 462 6022 JEROCS PLAZA 4 stars Blvd. Revolución #4 Phone (246) 462 1577 HOSTERIA DE XICOHTENCATL 4 stars Warm hostel of only 11 rooms where you will feel at home. Portal Hidalgo #10 Phone (246) 466 3322 HOSTAL DEL GOBERNADOR 3 stars Xicoténcatl #56 Phone (246) 462 8466

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