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  • Maximum number of adults: 2

  • Number of children that can be accommodated: 2

  • Maximum Occupation: 4

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Marriott Tuxtla Gutiérrez HotelLocated in the heart of the city, only 30 minutes away from the airport, Marriott Tuxtla Gutierrez boast rooms, which combine sophistication and comfort. Enjoy the spa, gym, swimming pool, business center, rooms for events and 2 restaurants: one called Condimento, which serves international, Mexican and specialties of the region, and the other one, La Mansion, with a selection of cuts and international dishes. Royal Holiday members can relax in the The Great Room lobby bar and sip on their favorite drink. Not far from the hotel you’ll find the San Marcos Colonial Cathedral, Marimbas Park and the Zoo Miguel Álvarez del Toro. In the surroundings you can find the famous Cañón del Sumidero, a magic town Chiapa de Corzo, Sima de las Cotorras and another magic town San Cristobal de Las Casas, the cultural capital of Chiapas.

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    Boulevard Dr. Belisario Dominguez Col, Santa Elena 1195

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Within Marriott Tuxtla Gutierrez
  • Baby-sitting Service

  • Front Desk

  • Laundry

  • Safe Deposit Box

  • Car Rental

  • Sauna

  • Parking

  • Internet

  • Convenience Store

  • Cocktail lounge

  • Travel Agency

  • Restaurants

  • Room Service

  • Lift / Elevator

  • First aid

  • Fitness Center

  • Spa

  • Tours

  • Swimming Pool

  • Children's Pool

  • Shopping

  • Tennis Courts

  • Beach club

  • Housekeeping

  • Beauty Salon

  • Conference room

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Attractions and activities

Tuxtla Gutierrez A fascinating blend of tradition and vanguard, Tuxtla Gutiérrez is the capital of Chiapas, which still preserves a special folkloric flair; visitors love a refreshing beverage called “pozol”, typical of the region made with corn which dates back to the Prehispanic era. Tuxtla is one of those magical places where you’ll get the feeling time passes slowly. Walk to the San Marcos Cathedral and neighboring churches; or if you are up to for something more vibrant, the Convention Center and Poliforum Chiapas, which hosts 3,000 spectators, are perfect to watch a concert or a cosmopolitan event. Nature also plays a major role in Tuxtla. The Sumidero Canyon, where you can take a scenic boat ride and admire 1000-meter vertical walls; the interior of the canyon has thirty rapids, five waterfalls, three beaches, two freshwater springs. In the riverbanks you’ll get to take pictures of endangered species such as the Central American River Turtle and the American Crocodile. Then head to Chiapa de Corzo, located 12km East of Tuxtla, on the way to San Cristobal de Las Casas; a small, quaint colonial town with a provincial flare. Take a stroll by La Pila, a beautiful fountain, stop by some ice cream and head to the archaeological zone located adjacent to the city. Explore San Cristobal de Las Casas, a colonial city with cobbled streets and markets, with restored century-old houses, the Cathedral and more than 20 churches like Santo Domingo and Our Lady of Guadalupe. Surrounded by dozens of traditional Tzotzil and Tzeltal villages, San Cristobal is at the heart of one of the most deeply rooted indigenous areas in Mexico. San Cristobal is famous for its gastronomy, arts and crafts, wool textiles, as well as silver and amber jewelry. It’s a magical town you can’t miss visiting.
  • San Marcos Cathedral
  • Marimbas Park
  • City Theater
  • Chiapas Regional Museum
  • Chiapas Poliforum and Convention Center
  • Jaime Sabines Cultural Center
  • Sima de las Cotorras (Sinkhole of Parrots)

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