Casa Calli Hotel & Spa

Address: Portal Guerrero 11, Cholula, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 72760, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Portal Guerrero 11, Cholula, is near Biblioteca Palafoxiana, Fuertes de Loreto, Cantona Archaeological Ruins, and Museo Nacional del Ferrocarril.
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          • Spa
          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Kitchenette
          • Beverage Selection
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites


          • Room service
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Calli Hotel & Spa Cholula

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Cholula

          Train spotting

          A travel blog entry by valetroy on Nov 06, 2015

          7 photos

          ... in dozens of galleries and the first floor was an eclectic mix of modern art forms. Didn't make it to the second floor as we just wanted to sit down to a late lunch and a couple of beers.
          It started raining while we were recovering back at the homestead, so spent Friday night in Puebla with a few beers and a bottle of wine from the Oxxo (Mexican 7/11 or Tesco Metro) across the ...

          The Hidden pyramid

          A travel blog entry by aquest on Oct 09, 2014

          45 photos

          ... the dead it conjures grim images of what the past held.

          Back on the road to Cholula the actual reason for visiting here is the volcano so it is a bonus to find it is another pyramid although hidden.

          Picked up oil at store on the way, oil change due


          Visit to an the largest pyramid, but it's buried!

          A travel blog entry by crystal87 on Jul 17, 2010

          37 photos

          So, I have forgotten a lot of the historical info of this part of the weekend trip. I can't remember if this is from the Mayans or Aztecs.

          The pyramid is larger than Giza apparently, they said. It was, however, buried when the Spanish came because they wanted to convert the indigenous people to Christianity. So, they buried it and built a cathedral on top. There ...

          In de ban van Ruines en Vulkanen

          A travel blog entry by martenijzerman on Mar 02, 2010

          36 photos

          ... Mexicanen.

          Die nacht kamperen we op een heel bijzondere plek samen met Scott uit Florida. We hebben toestemming om onze tent op te zetten bij het museum van Xochicalco. De ruines vinden we deze keer allebei erg mooi. Meestal ben ik (Karin) daar niet zo voor in de stemming.

          Om naar ons volgende doel te gaan willen we een grote stad proberen te vermijden. Dus gaan we via een onver*************d de stad. Tenminste dat hopen we. We klimmen ons een ongeluk ...

          It Takes A Whole Village to Raise A Child

          A travel blog entry by meluebke on Sep 26, 2009

          17 photos

          ... very nervous as I was the main communicator due to my Spanish background. I think I did okay :) At least I hope I did!

          After 4 groups of children, we took a break for lunch. Because UWP provides our lunches, I had no intention of eating.

          Until 3 little boys with baskets straight out of the Little Red Riding Hood fairy tale came up to me, offering me different types of tortillas.

          How was I supposed to say no?

          In other words, ...