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Hotel Posada Tulancingo
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Luis M. Ponce Sur No. 405, Tulancingo (Bản đồ)

Featuring a terrace and a garden, Hotel Posada Tulancingo is set in the centre of Tulancingo and 4 blocks from the cathedral. It offers a 24-hour reception, free WI-Fi and free parking. Each simply decorated room at Hotel Posada Tulancingo has air c  nhiều hơn...

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+52 775 50500

Auto Hotel Del Bosque
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Mexico Tuxpan S/N, Tulancingo

The Auto Hotel Del Bosque in Tulancingo, Mexico situated Mexico Tuxpan S/N can be contacted by phone +52 775 50500. Here it is unfortunately not yet possible to book online.
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+52 775 33200

+52 775 33266

Hotel La Joya
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Tulancingo

The Hotel La Joya in Tulancingo, Mexico can be contacted by phone +52 775 33200 or fax +52 775 33266. Here it is unfortunately not yet possible to book online.
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+52 775 30287

Hotel Colonial
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Zaragoza No. 100, Tulancingo

The Hotel Colonial in Tulancingo, Mexico situated Zaragoza No. 100 can be contacted by phone +52 775 30287. Here it is unfortunately not yet possible to book online.
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Tulancingo:

Tulancingo (officially Tulancingo de Bravo) is the second-largest city in the Mexican state of Hidalgo. It is located in the southeastern part of the state and also forms one of the 84 municipalities of Hidalgo, as well as the Archdiocese of Tulancingo. Located 93 km from Mexico City, this area is the most important wool textile producer in the country and was home to El Santo, Mexico’s most famous lucha libre wrestler. It is also home to the Huapalcalco archeological site, which was the forerunner to the Teotihuacan civilization. The name derives from the Nahuatl words “tule” and “tzintle” which mean “in or behind the reeds.” This is confirmed by its Aztec glyph.

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