Av. Eje Nor-Oriente 215, Manzana 177, Casi esq. con Ribera del Campestre, Col. Predio Rustico (denominado Tabla Grande), Celaya 38080, Mexico
Reservations 1 877 CANDLEWOOD (1 877 226 3539)
Front Desk 52-461-2028900
27.76 mi (44.67km) from City Center
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Queretaro Travel Guide
Queretaro Travel Guide
Book a stay at our hotels in Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico. You'll be near this UNESCO World Heritage Site's cluster of churches, convents and Spanish mansions.
Guests of our hotels in Querétaro can easily explore the colonial quarter by foot. Claim a park bench under a shady tree in Zenea Garden square to admire the white bell tower of San Francisco Church. The pedestrian streets surrounding the church lead to Independence Plaza and Casa de Ecala, a colonial mansion decked with curly wrought-iron balconies and sumptuous stone arches. The Casa Zacatecana museum offers a glimpse of how Querétaro's 17th-century silver barons lived. The decadent rooms of this restored mansion are stuffed with European treasures, from Viennese porcelain to Italian mosaics. Our Querétaro hotels are also near the aqueduct, its 75 aches running gracefully down De Los Arcos Street. A tour of the nearby Convent of Santa Cruz demonstrates how the 18th-century aqueduct kept Querétaro's fountains flowing with water.
Shops around Querétaro's historic center sell opals, pale stones infused with iridescent blues and oranges mined from the surrounding countryside. The Casa Queretana de Artesanía is a one-stop showcase of Querétaro state's crafts, from intricate hand-sewn lace to delicate woven baskets. After a dinner of enchiladas queretanas, baked tortillas filled with chicken and potatoes topped with a red sauce, guests of our hotels in Querétaro can return to Zenea Garden. A big band plays nightly here to crowds of strutting couples and local families with their bouncing kids.
Book a room at one of our Holiday Inn® Querétaro hotels in April, when the center's plazas fill with live music performances in the Santiago de Querétaro Festival. Or stay in September, when the city that sparked Mexico's split from Spain celebrates Independence Day with massive fireworks displays and jubilant street parties.
overall, I'm very happy with my stay. Clean and friendly staff.
The menu can be better with more selections.[Less]
The Hotel is located in a very good zone, there are many restaurants, malls, etc.[Less]
Good place to stay
Good place to stay. Comfortable, clean and safe. Everyone on the staff is friendly and willing to help feel at home.[Less]
Great service. cleanliness
Check in is always easy, the staff knows who we are and will try to reserve our favorite room(s) as requested. The location works well for our activities.[Less]
great stay and excellent customer service
would recommend to friends and family. enjoyed my stay and the people were great. would come back at any time[Less]
Very comfortable in a very good location
Friendly staff, good restaurants surronding, comfortable beds[Less]
We love staying at candlewood bc the beds are comfortable and they have kitchen utensils, the only thing the one in celaya didn't have was coffee for the room coffee maker, we love waking up to a cup[More] of fresh brewed coffee.[Less]
By Ger Pra
Una de las mejores cosas fué la calidez con que nos sirvieron el desayuno casi personalizado a mi familia y a mi no gustó mucho. Las camas y las almohadas del hotel son muy buenas.[Less]
The two guests host that were in the front desk were amazing. Specially the light skinned handsome man that was there (I forgot his name)[Less]