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H177 Hotel
4 Etoiles  
(24 Chambres)

Calle 14 No 177, Campeche (Carte)

Located in the historical centre of Campeche, hotel H177 offers free Wi-Fi connection and hot tub. The rooms with modern décor have free toiletries and flat-screen cable TV. Either the suite, or the rooms, all are air conditioned and have a working  plus...


Holiday Inn Campeche
3 Etoiles  
(91 Chambres)

Avenida Resurgimiento Sin Numero, Campeche (Carte)

This hotel in Campeche is located along the Gulf Coast of Mexico, near the Fort of San Miguel Mayan Archeological Museum. There is a year-round outdoor pool and a fitness centre. The air-conditioned rooms at the Campeche Holiday Inn have a flat-scre  plus...


Monkey Hostel
0 Etoiles  

Calle 10 x 57 y 59, Campeche (Carte)

L’hébergement Monkey Hostel à Campeche, Mexiqu Calle 10 x 57 y 59. Malheureusement, une réservation en ligne n’est pas encore possible.
Cet établissement Monkey Hostel on réjouit de vous accueillir bientôt. L’exactitude des données indiquées n’est pas garantie et dépend de la mise à jour par la direction de cet hébergement.  plus...


Campeche officially Free and Sovereign State of Campeche, is one of the 31 states which, with the Federal District, comprise the 32 Federal Entities of Mexico. Located in Southeast Mexico, it is bordered by the states of Yucatán to the north east, Quintana Roo to the east, and Tabasco to the south west. To the south it is bordered by the Petén department of Guatemala, to the east by Belize and to the west by the Gulf of Mexico. The state capital, also called Campeche, was declared a World Heritage Site in 1997. The formation of the state began with the city, which was founded in 1540 as the Spanish began the conquest of the Yucatán Peninsula. During the colonial period, the city was a rich and important port, but declined after Mexico’s Independence. Campeche was part of the province of Yucatán but split off in the mid-19th century, mostly due to political friction with city of Mérida. Today, much of the state’s economic comeback is due to the finding of petroleum offshore in the 1970s, which has made the coastal cities of Campeche and Ciudad del Carmen important economic centers. The state has important Mayan and colonial sites but they are not as well known or visited as others in the Yucatán.

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