Hotel Colonial

Address: Avenida 5 de Mayo, 552, Aguascalientes, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 20000, Mexico | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Avenida 5 de Mayo, 552, Aguascalientes, is near National Museum of Death, Museo Posada, Independence Museum (Museo de la Independencia), and Museo de Aguascalientes.
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          Features

          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking

          Services

          • Room service
           

          TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Colonial Aguascalientes

          Reviewed by jenandtony

          Pleasant simple hotel

          Reviewed Nov 13, 2016
          by (3 reviews) Shipley , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          Pleasant simple hotel with generous amounts of parking. Our room overlooked the square and was quite noisy one night. Other rooms lie further back, some around the parking courtyard. Although it does not offer breakfasts, there are many small cafes around and the hotel helpfully provides instant coffee and hot water in the lobby for guests.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Colonial Aguascalientes

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
           

          Travel Blogs from Aguascalientes

          We consider death and get properly soaked

          A travel blog entry by jenandtony on Nov 13, 2016

          4 comments, 28 photos

          We have stayed in an Aguascalientes before but that one is in Peru, just a short way from Machu Pichu. Surprisingly at least one contributor to an online travel guide has got them mixed up, which could make an interesting journey for someone!
















          After the rather …

          An obsession with la muerte

          A travel blog entry by tigerjo on Jul 23, 2014

          6 photos

          Aguascalientes lay at the end of a 5 hour bus ride from Guadalajara and luckily for me I had a lovely host waiting for me in the form of Jaime. Having just got back from completing a PhD in England we had plenty to chat about - namely the disappointment of fish and chips and the peculiarities of Essex night-life as this was where he had been staying. He took me to his beautiful home, where I met his family and was instantly treated to home cooked food ...

          In Hot Water

          A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Apr 14, 2014

          25 photos

          ... all took way too many photos...which never do the art justice. Some pieces were humorous, others serious, and often playful. Mexico is well-known to have a fascination with death, so this museum was widely popular.
          It was hitting noontime, so it was time for us to hit the road. We dropped off our new artist friend Tek at Miguel's, and headed deeper into Mexico to Zacatecas.


          8417km / 5230mi
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          Aguascalientes Mexico

          A travel blog entry by itsjustme117 on Sep 18, 2013

          6 photos

          Aguascalientes is a small city in Mexico. It's a great place to live because its pacific, is not to hot or to cold the entire year. I wasn't born here, but I have lived here for almost 4 years. Here we gave historical places, museums, churches, celebrations. Etc. such as San Marcos fair, Aguascalientes museum, Aguascalientes theatre, monumental plaza de toros, San Antonio's church, cathedral church, jardiniere de San Marcos, cristo roto, and many ...

          The most important fair in Mexico

          A travel blog entry by luisa_chena on Sep 18, 2013

          ... and livestock market with the different provinces of New Spain. The fair was celebrated for the first time in 1828, from November 5th to November 20th, using as a siege a half-built "Parian" until 1851. Nowadays, the National San Marcos Fair presents a large of shows for the public in general such as the people's theater, the ferial, ...