Hotel Victoria

Col Centro, Uruapan 60000, Uruapan, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 60000, Mexico | Hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.

TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Victoria Uruapan

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Uruapan

Temple of Doom

A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Apr 19, 2014

9 photos

... crowds told me I was in the right place. Men were offering the services of their horses, and most of the Mexican tourists were hopping into saddles. Lonely Planet said it was an easy 1 hour walk to the buried church, but I was beginning to wonder how LP defined "easy."
As it turned out, the path was wide and mostly downhill. I was at the church in 25 minutes. If my tequila and frijole ...

Welcome to Mexico

A travel blog entry by kim_puravida on Oct 02, 2012


... have myself to blame. I only started packing on Friday, with the weekend fully booked, and at 14:00 I randomly check my immunisation booklet and realise that I had done my maths completely wrong and my Typhoid jab in 2009 ran out this year. Thankfully, within the 3 hours I had left myself to get immunised, they managed to make some time for me. Miracle.

I am lucky enough to have the most amazing friends and family, so much so, I have ...

Continuing the America's after two months rest

A travel blog entry by catndeano on Feb 29, 2012

63 photos

... and the country. It is surrounded by several government buildings, such as the Palacio Nacional and the Catedral Metropolitana. etropolitana_de_la_Ciudad_de_M%C3%A9xic o (THIS IS FOR YOU ANN) We had a quick look inside the Cathedral, (which is said to be the biggest cathedral in Latin America). It has four facades which contain portals flanked with columns and statues. The two bell towers contain a total of 25 bells. There are ...

Whistle-stop cultural tour of Mexico City

A travel blog entry by conchwillow on Aug 15, 2011

3 comments, 7 photos

... decades for their beliefs was humbling.

On a separate visit we paid homage to Diego alone in museum called Anahuacalli. This amazing structure was built between 1941 and 1963 and was designed to be a home for the couple, a studio for Diego and eventually a tomb for both. Both of them died before it was finished which meant that sadly it never really served any of its intended purposes (Frida’s ashes are at The Casa Azul and Diego’s rest ...

Mexico City!

A travel blog entry by amy. on Feb 03, 2011


... walked around for ages looking for somewhere than would serve us because no where opens until 1-1:30pm for lunch. When we did find a place they were so cool, they almost dragged us in off the street, but it was all good. I got lots of food for about $5, so cheap! It was very spicy too!

Then we had to go back to Casa Rosa to do our survival spanish class. We were split into ...