Terrasse Hotel

Address: Calle Fernando Villalpando 209, Zacatecas, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 98000, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Fernando Villalpando 209, Zacatecas, is near Cathedral, Rafael Coronel Museum (Museo Rafael Coronel), La Quemada, and Museo de Guadalupe.
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


          • Continental Breakfast

          TripAdvisor Reviews Terrasse Hotel Zacatecas

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Zacatecas

          Back On Track (The Manky Old Hag)

          A travel blog entry by doove on Oct 25, 2013

          107 photos

          After leaving Chihuahua, I was still unsure what to do next - whether I should carry on my trip, or look to move somewhere else/go home. I had quite a lot of conflicting advice, but it was important I made the decision for myself. I knew I would have to change the manner in which I was travelling i.e. no hitchhiking/wild camping or putting myself in any unneccessary danger, but my immediate thought (especially after spending such long periods of time by myself) was ...

          Za Za Zacatecas!

          A travel blog entry by katertot1978 on Jun 25, 2012

          24 photos

          ... where I’ll be by late this afternoon. For those of you who thought I was really roughing it here in Mexico, guess again. Yeah, I’ve taken far less glamorous transport as well, but Mexico is pretty easy on the traveler. Or it can be. There are a good number of options when traveling long distances in Mexico, most of which are comfortable and reliable. For a few more dollars, I can ride in a very cozy bus with a provided snack, movies to watch, and wifi. I say, ...


          A travel blog entry by sarinad on Apr 07, 2012

          11 photos

          ... version of Mexican food, and I was dead on. The food is completely different, and not disappointing in any way. I look forward to seeing what we will try this evening.

          Towards the end of dinner, we heard loud crowds gathering outside and quickly paid the bill and left to go and find out what was happening. It turns out that a large parade was about to take place, in celebration of good Friday. Remembering what we had ...

          Cycling days 31-34: Durango to Zacatecas

          A travel blog entry by hobos on Jan 20, 2011

          3 comments, 55 photos

          ... 8217;ve been heading South and the sun shines directly on our faces most of the time. We’ve always worn wide-brimmed hats…until now. The tiny visors on our bicycle helmets do nothing to shield our faces from the blinding sun and we can feel our eyes burn and dry. Although we are hesitant to, we take off our helmets and wear our caps instead. Slowly, Shirley’s sun headache goes away and now she can enjoy the ...

          Zacatecas: Live To Fight Another Day

          A travel blog entry by skiphunt on Sep 07, 2009

          ... to ignore all of the clues that would be perfectly clear to any other sane person. The clear-cut that one should have paid heed to all of the available intelligence that forging ahead was a very bad idea. Lesson learned, but now I’m stuck and have to stay focused and not panic. It seemed like an eternity, but the worst of it was only a couple hours. After that, it calmed down to a light right for the next hour or so ...