Holiday Inn Campeche

Address: Avenida Resurgimiento S/N, Campeche, Campeche, Yucatan Peninsula, 24044, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Avenida Resurgimiento S/N, Campeche, is near Calakmul, Fuerte-Museo San Miguel, Land Gate (Puerta de Tierra), and Baluarte de San Carlos/Museo de la Ciudad.
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        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant


        • Free parking


        • Room service
        • Business Services

        TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Campeche

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Campeche

        Day 50: THE RUINS AT EDZNÁ

        A travel blog entry by livy_lane on Aug 19, 2015

        ... They believed that the stella was effectively the soul of the building, so when I building needed to 'die', the stella was broken up.

        Daniel talked to us about three stellas on display in the entrance hall, one showed ball players, another showed a man that was the leader of the town and the third showed a woman. It turns out that men and women were equally entitled to power and this woman was the actually sole ruler of the entire region, despite ...

        Avast there me hearties!

        A travel blog entry by themcgee on Feb 01, 2015

        11 photos

        ... smugglers.

        These days the sea is a few hundred metres away as obviously there has been some reclamation of land, although it has been used wisely to build a coast road, a cycle path and a promenade all running parallel to each other. It provided a pleasant alternative for a while from the city streets, although I noticed signs warning against swimming in this area. As it is the Gulf of Mexico, you wonder how much damage was done with the recent ...

        Noisy food and farting

        A travel blog entry by ollyandbecky on Aug 14, 2013

        9 photos

        The next day we got up early again and got the bus to a place on the coast called Campeche. It is a walled colonial town and has been declared a UNECSO world heritage site. The reason for the walls is that it used to be raided regularly by pirates including our very own Sir Francis Drake in his days before he settled down with his pipe and slippers, and the odd game of bowls.

        Becky accused me of being a tight **** as I ...

        Orevwa Belize, hola Mexico

        A travel blog entry by jandkross on Apr 15, 2012

        82 photos

        ... Campeche but not too painful. The scenery was not spectacular, mostly flat forested plains. There was some agricultural land, mostly given over to growing sugar cane, bananas or mangoes and quite a few cattle ranches. The roads were long and straight and virtually empty. Villages were few and far between and there were no large towns as we crossed the Yucatan Peninsula from the Caribbean side to the Gulf of Mexico side. No vendors boarded to entertain us on ...

        A jewel in the jungle

        A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 27, 2011

        14 photos

        ... you a looking for something, then moving forward when the queue moves, then subtly inserting yourself into the queue. It's quite an art-form, clearly. With all of these crowds I was worried that the ruins would not be as magical as I had hoped. I needn't have worried - the magnificent Palenque surpassed all of my preconceptions. Having already seen the archeological sites at Teotihuacan, Monte Alban and Mitla I had a bit of an idea of what we ...