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  • Maximum number of adults: 2

  • Number of children that can be accommodated: 2

  • Maximum Occupation: 4

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Hacienda Jurica This former 16th century hacienda, in the city of Queretaro, is only a 2 hour drive from Mexico City. The charming colonial architecture, volcanic stone arches and walls will take you back to the era of the Spanish Conquest. Comfortably modern rooms provide mini bar, satellite TV, telephone, alarm clock, coffee maker and bathroom with hair dryer. Resort amenities include room service, wake up calls, laundry and dry cleaning services, heated swimming pool and childrens´ wading pool, tennis, basketball, volleyball and squash courts; soccer field and a games room with ping pong, billiards, domino and card tables. In a Spanish-style old stone farmhouse Las Calandrias bar provides a cozy atmosphere; Los Hules Restaurant offers a variety of traditional and international dishes and poolside, the Paloma Azul Bar provides drinks and snacks.

  • Check-in

    15:00

  • Check-out

    12:00

  • Address

    Paseo Jurica # 700, Fracc. Jurica

  • Telephone

    524422180022

Services and amenities

Within Hacienda Jurica
  • Baby-sitting Service

  • Front Desk

  • Laundry

  • Safe Deposit Box

  • Parking

  • Internet

  • Convenience Store

  • Cocktail lounge

  • Travel Agency

  • Restaurants

  • Room Service

  • First aid

  • Entertainment

  • Playground

  • Disabled Access facilities

  • Medical Facilities

  • Fitness Center

  • Tours

  • Children's Activities

  • Swimming pool activities

  • Swimming Pool

  • Children's Pool

  • Shopping

  • Bike trails

  • Horseback Riding

  • Squash

  • Tennis Courts

  • Housekeeping

  • Beauty Salon

  • Minigolf

  • Sports

Close to Hacienda Jurica
  • Spa

  • Golf Course

Attractions and activities

Queretaro The old colonial town of Querétaro is unusual in having retained the geometric street plan of the Spanish conquerors side by side with the twisting alleys of the Indian quarters. The Otomi, the Tarasco, the Chichimeca and the Spanish lived together peacefully in the town, which is notable for the many ornate civil and religious Baroque monuments from its golden age in the 17th and 18th centuries. This public square from the 18th century is considered to be one of the most beautiful garden plazas in all of Latin America.

The former convent of San Francisco currently houses the Regional Museum, one the most remarkable and beautiful colonial halls I've seen in Mexico. This convent was the first religious building to be constructed in the city of Queretaro. Inside the walls is a wonderful courtyard. At the centennial celebration in 1910 of Mexican Independence, the city built a monument here to honour Josefa Ortiz de Dominquez. It stands to commend her valuable assistance and commitment to the Independence Movement. There is a keyhole on a metal plate symbolizing the one through which she passed a message warning the Resistance Army of the plans the Spanish army had. This cathedral, an 18th century architectural jewel formerly known as San Felipe Neri, illustrates the transition from Baroque to the Neoclassical style. It's facade displays an impressive artwork as well as its fine unfinished tower.

La Plaza de la Constitución was once part of a Franciscan garden, then later a public market. It was then changed to commemorate the proclamation of the Constitution of Mexico. Santa Rosa de Viterbo is considered a masterpiece of Baroque architecture; this beautiful church built in the 18th century is a fine example of Mudejar and Spanish style - with Moorish and Spanish origins. Outstanding buildings like this illustrate the grandeur of the third most important city during the colonial period. Magnificent alterpieces, paintings, sculptures and timeless artistic treasures, all give the evidence why this city is considered a World Heritage Site.

  • Plaza Armas
  • Santa Cruz Convent
  • Queretaro Regional Museum
  • Corregidora Plaza
  • Waterduct
  • Queretaro Cathedral
  • Santa Clara Church
  • Zenea Gardens
  • Plaza of the Constitution
  • Santa Rosa Viterbo

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