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Morelia
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5 Hvězdy   / 55 Pokoje
Avenida Madero Poniente, 310 , 58000 Morelia, Mexico
Virrey De Mendoza    
Obrázek Virrey De Mendoza    
Obecné informace

Situated 100 metres from Morelia Cathedral, this historic hotel offers elegant, colonial-style rooms with free Wi-Fi, air conditioning and cable TV. All guests receive a free welcome cocktail on arrival. Virrey de Mendoza is located a 2-minute walk from Plaza de Armas Square, in Morelia’s historic centre. The Colonial Art Museum is around 350 metres away. The hotel offers free parking. Typical Michoacan dishes and international haute cuisine are served in the hotel’s restaurant. There is a cocktail bar with a pavement terrace. You can also enjoy live piano music in the stylish lounge-bar. Rooms at the Virrey de Mendoza are individually decorated and include antique furniture. Each room has a private bathroom with a hairdryer. Rooms have views of the central atrium or Madera Avenue.

Místo

Služby

  • Bar
  • Restaurace
  • Pokojová služba
  • Parkování
  • Klub dětí
  • Konference
  • Obchodní centrum
  • Laundry Service
  • Internet v lobby
  • Bezdrátová Lan
  • Expresní check-out
  • Výtahy
  • Vrátný

Pokojová služba

  • Zákaz kouření
  • Bezpečné

Zařízení pro volný čas

  • Půjčovna aut

Kreditní karty

  • American Express
  • Euro / Master Card
  • Vízum
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Morelia:

Morelia is a city and municipality in the north central part of the state of Michoacán in central Mexico. The city is in the Guayangareo Valley and is the capital of the state. The main pre-Hispanic cultures here were the P'urhépecha and the Matlatzinca, but no major cities were founded in the valley during this time. The Spanish took control of the area in the 1520s. The Spanish under Viceroy Antonio de Mendoza founded a settlement here in 1541 with the name of Valladolid, which became rival to the nearby city of Pátzcuaro for dominance in Michoacán. In 1580, this rivalry ended in Valladolid’s favor and it became the capital of the colonial province. After the Mexican War of Independence, the city was renamed Morelia in honor of José María Morelos y Pavón, who hailed from the city. In 1991, the city was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its well preserved colonial buildings and layout of the historic center.

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