Av. Miguel Lerdo 153, near Av. Independencia, Veracruz, Veracruz, 91700, Mexico
Built in 1793 first as an elegant mesón, this hotel facing the zócalo has lots of charm. The wrought-iron elevator, brought from France in 1904, was, together with the one in the Chapultepec Palace in Mexico City, one of the first in Latin America. Though a bit dated, rooms have a certain elegance; many have balconies on the square.
- retains historical charm
- the plaza in front is where the locals enjoy music in the evening
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted
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