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Holiday Inn Express & Suites Puebla Angelopolis


We are located in the Angelopolis area, the fastest growing area in Puebla, close to any type of entertainment.


Don't Go Home Without

Don’t forget to see the Cathedral, it is considered one of the most beautiful cathedrals in the world. You can also go to Angelopolis to ride La Estrella de Puebla the biggest Ferris wheel, according to the Guinness World Records. Nearby the hotel is Africam Safari, one of the best zoos in Latin America. Don’t forget to experience the taste of Puebla in Mercado de los Sabores

Must See

The Chapel of the Rosario qualified as the eighth wonder of the world and named “Golden House”, is the greatest baroque jewel of the seventeenth century whose decorations are covered with gold. The Palafoxian Library is considered the oldest library in America with an intact collection funded by the bishop Juan de Palafox y Mendoza. It is a part of UNESCO's Memory of the World Register.

Must Do

You can visit many museums located in the downtown World Heritage such as; Amparo, Mexican Revolution “Casa de los Hermanos Serdan”, religious Art Santa Monica, “Casa del Alfeñique”, Palafoxian Library. You can also visit the handcraft and antiques markets such as; El Parian, Los Sapos y Analco. The newest Museum in Puebla is the International of Baroque Musseum is 1km away from the hotel.

Local Tips

If you are going shopping, you must visit Angelopolis, the biggest mall in Puebla, where the best and most exclusive stores in the city are located. There are options if you want to visit the city’s downtown like Turibus or Tranvia. It is a guided tour with an explanation. If you want to taste all types of foods, you can pamper your palate in Juarez Avenue.

Nearby Attractions

  • La Estrella de Puebla
  • Zona Arqueologica de Cholula
  • Museo Internacional del Barroco
  • Val'Quirico
  • Paseo de los Gigantes
  • Ex-Hacienda de Chautla
  • Museo Nacional de los Ferrocarriles Mexicanos