- View all PhotosQuinta Real ZacatecasZacatecas4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel ClassThe Quinta Real Zacatecas resides in the grandstand of the restored 19th-century San Pedro bullfighting ring, located less than a mile south of Zacatecas' historic city center. This unique setting, along with the hotel's luxuriously appointed suites and attentive staff, make the Quinta Real Zacatecas a traveler favorite — even with non-guests. Suites are dressed in a classic colonial style with antique furnishings, original works of art and Hermès toiletries. Along with the period-specific accoutrements, lodgings also comes equipped with modern amenities like air conditioning and plasma TVs. But the real draw (besides the preserved architecture) is this Quinta Real's on-site eatery, La Plaza Restaurant. Lodgers say the cuisine is as pleasant as the surroundings. Enjoy views of the ring, the Zacatecas aqueduct and the Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de Fatima (Our Lady of Fatima cathedral) while savoring local specialties. If just drinks will do, don't miss the atmospheric Botarel Bar. Situated next to the bullfighting arena, Botarel was once the holding space for the venue's animals before they charged into the ring. With its brick walls and ceilings, arched walkways and mood-setting candles, the bar offers an intimate atmosphere.
- View all PhotosQuinta Real AguascalientesAguascalientes4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel ClassSet in central Aguascalientes (less than a mile east of the Teatro Aguascalientes) this branch of the Quinta Real brand balances a charming Old World decor with contemporary amenities. Spread out over a manicured landscape, the hotel's 85 Spanish colonial-style suites feature unique architectural accents like gilded picture frames and columns, minibars and in some of the suites, jacuzzis and dining rooms. When you're not in your digs, explore the grounds — recent guests particularly enjoyed a dip in the refreshing swimming pool. Meanwhile, travelers thoroughly enjoy the on-site restaurant, which serves up Mexican and international cuisine in a setting that features large painted tapestries and an outdoor patio. Enjoy live music on Friday and Saturday nights with your dinner, or heed the advice of recent guests and venture beyond your digs. Just be aware of the U.S. State Department's travel advisories and safety tips before exploring outside the hotel perimeter.
- View all PhotosQuinta Real GuadalajaraGuadalajara4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel ClassUpon entering this colonial-style hacienda, guests are transported back to another era: Stucco ceilings tower above you, stone archways mark the entrance to a verdant garden and wrought-iron balconies peer over lush greenery. Recent guests praise the manicured hotel grounds and on-site facilities, which include a swimming pool, a business center, a gym and the globally-inspired Tierra Mia restaurant. But while the hotel certainly has its assets, some say they wish the accommodations – featuring minibars, Salvatore Diptyque toiletries, pillow menus and iPod adapters – offered more natural light. Still, most report a pleasant stay thanks to the hotel's quiet setting. But don't feel the need to stick around all day: Quinta Real Guadalajara boasts easy access to Tlaquepaque's arts district and a handful of parks, museums and shopping venues. You'll find this Quinta Real property located about 3 miles northwest of downtown Guadalajara. What's more members of the I Prefer program can earn or use reward certificates at this location.
- View all PhotosQuinta Real HuatulcoHuatulco4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel ClassThis Quinta Real property overlooks the Pacific Ocean from its seat roughly 164 miles south of Oaxaca in southern Mexico. Previous guests describe the atmosphere here as relaxing and almost paradisiacal, attributing the laid-back vibes not only to the resort's beachfront location, but also to the friendly staff and the spacious rooms. The property's 28 suites reside within white-washed, Moorish-looking domes and feature such coveted amenities as minibars, satellite TVs and iPod docking stations. Though it may be tempting to spend most of your time in your accommodations or along the adjacent beach, previous guests recommend exploring the rest of the property: Quinta Real Huatulco houses two pools and a tennis court. Plus, Las Cupulas Restaurant, Las Cupulas Bar and La Cuija Beach Club earn praise for their regional cuisine and tasty drink options.
- View all PhotosQuinta Real PueblaPuebla4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel Class
Housed within the walls of the former Convent of the Immaculate Conception – originally built in 1593 – the Quinta Real Puebla is located within the city of Puebla, which became a World Heritage site in 1987. Today, the 84-room hotel showcases its rich history by filling rooms and suites with period art, antiques and textiles. In addition to the historic elements, the accommodations are equipped with modern amenities like satellite TVs, Wi-Fi access (for an additional fee) and minibars. When you get hungry, recent guests recommended dining at Restaurante El Convento, which serves gourmet Mexican cuisine and features original frescoes and religious art dating back to the 16th century. Recent visitors raved about the historic decor and the central location close to shops and restaurants, though the service received mixed reviews. Plus, if you're a member of the iPrefer loyalty program, you can use or earn points by choosing to stay here.
- View all PhotosQuinta Real MonterreyGarza Garcia4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel ClassWith all the luxuries of an elegant colonial estate, the Quinta Real Monterrey offers a charming atmosphere without sacrificing contemporary comforts. Situated about 4 miles south of the city center near the Plaza Fiesta San Agustín Mall, this Quinta Real property occupies a safe cocoon in the city's commercial zone. Its ideal location proved to be especially crucial for tourists who came to Monterrey with the State Department's travel advisories in mind. Guests also give special kudos to the accommodations. Suites boast Salvatore Ferragamo toiletries, colonial-style furnishings, hand-carved antiques, minibars and marble bathrooms. Some suites also feature balconies overlooking the hotel's verdant gardens and bubbling fountains. If you didn't book a room with a garden view, you can admire the scenery from the pool. Though some past visitors lament the pool's small size, they praise its beautiful design and peaceful atmosphere. You'll also find a tranquil ambiance at Los Balcones Restaurant, where live piano and violin music provide an ambient background for savoring Mexican and globally inspired cuisine. Though past guests praise the flavorful dishes, they caution that the plates were pricier than they had anticipated. If you're on a budget, visitors suggest heading across the street to the mall for more affordable dining options.
- View all PhotosQuinta Real VillahermosaVillahermosa4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel Class
Located 11 miles west of the Villahermosa International Airport in the La Choca commercial zone, Quinta Real Villahermosa is a popular choice for travelers looking for luxurious digs that don't break the bank. Rooms at this Quinta Real property come furnished with 32-inch LCD TVs, Salvatore Farragamo toiletries, plush robes and minibars. When you're not lounging in your well-appointed digs, recent guests suggest snagging a chair by the outdoor pool or working up a sweat at the on-site fitness center. Though past visitors are complimentary of the hotel's spacious rooms and clean pool area, travelers are more hesitant to heap praise on the Persé Restaurant, describing the food as subpar and overpriced. Instead, plan on sipping some pre-dinner cocktails at the on-site Amarras Bar before venturing out into the neighborhood for your main course.
- View all PhotosQuinta Real SaltilloSaltillo4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel ClassSitting about 5 miles north of the city center in Saltillo's industrial district, this Quinta Real outpost earns high praise from past guests for its historical design and attentive staff. Keeping with the style of the hotel's colonial-era facade, rooms are appointed with original artwork, minibars, plush robes and marble bathrooms; accommodations also feature views of the interior or exterior gardens. Travelers commend the spacious suites, but lament the hotel's industrial surroundings. That said, with the hotel's design aesthetics it's easy to forget you're in the heart of the city's manufacturing zone. Wide corridors are adorned with striking brass chandeliers, while lush shrubbery and flowers provide a peaceful setting at the pool. When hunger sets in, head to the on-site Las Vitrina restaurant and enjoy the elegant atmosphere as you savor tasty gourmet Mexican eats. If you're craving more cuisine variety, consider sampling the Saltillo food scene — just keep the U.S. State Department's travel advisories and safety tips in mind when venturing out on your own. And if you're craving a refreshing libation after your exploration, head to the property's La Cantina Bar.
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