Where to Stay inValladolid

HOTEL MARIA DE LA LUZ 3 stars The rooms have air conditioning and cable television; it also offers free Internet, restaurant-bar and swimming pool. Calle 42 #193 C Plaza Principal Phone. (985) 856 1181 http://marialuzhotel.com.mx/valladolid.html EL MESON DEL MARQUES 3 stars It has Internet service, laundry and also an excellent restaurant of regional cuisine. Calle 39#203 Phone (985) 856 2073 HOTEL VALLADOLID Calle 46 #195 x 39 Phone (985) 856 2037 HOTEL DON LUIS Calle 39*38 Col. Centro Phone (985) 856 2024 HOTEL ZACI Calle 44 #191 Col. Centro Phone (985) 856 2116

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