Home to more than 2,000 animals, Leon Zoo is the perfect family activity. Only a mile away from the hotel, this zoo features a variety of animals from around the world, including polar bears, panthers, tigers and a colorful aviary.
Pursue the latest styles and merchandise at La Plaza Mayor, one of the largest malls in the city. Our hotel is just a few blocks from this shopping center, where you'll find an array of retailers, as well as a movie theater and a food court.
If you happen to be visiting around January 20, the city's founding day, then the Anniversary of the City celebration is a must. This exciting fair draws thousands of visitors each year and features exhibits, entertainment, food as well as family and community events.
Dating back to the mid-1700s, the stunning Leon Cathedral protects the city’s patron, the Saint of Light. Our hotel's location in Leon is about three miles away from this stunning Baroque building, which is home to major religious icons and art.
With more than 800 acres of green space, Metropolitan Park offers a perfect retreat for our hotel's guests. In Leon, this popular recreation spot boasts a beautiful lake, bike and walking trails, picnic areas and numerous gardens, including a rose garden.
Blvd. Manuel J Clouthier 245, Col. Jardines del Campestre, Leon, Guanajuato 37275
Just 2 blocks away, is the most important commercial center of the city located in the golden area of the city of Leon
Blvd. Adolfo Lopez Mateos nte. s/n, Col. El Palote, León, Guanajuato 37130
The Metropolitan Park of León is a Protected Natural Area of 337 hectares which are dominated by 85% of the dam's vessel, which is why it encourages the flowering of animal and plant life; Pelicans, Canadian and wild ducks, herons, gulls, cormorants, ibises and more than 204 species among migratory birds and residents.
Carretera a Ibarrilla KM 6, Col. Ibarrilla, León, Guanajuato 37207
The Zoological Park of León was founded on September 19, 1979. The fauna collection began with some birds of the region, white-tailed deer, domestic ducks and horses, to later add species of herbivorous animals to the ZooLeón family. With the passage of time the Zoo began to establish relationships with Zoological Associations at a national and international level which motivated to make changes in the infrastructure and design of the exhibitors.