Galería Plaza Veracruz

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Galeria Plaza Veracruz Galeria Plaza Veracruz is located in Boca del Rio, the “Zona Dorada” (Golden Zone) of Veracruz Port, only 15 minutes away from downtown, within “Plaza de las Americas”. This shopping mall is the most important in the State and it is connected to the World Trade Center building.

Offering a great variety of options from leisure to business travelers attending conventions. This hotel is spacious with contemporary decoration. Units are equipped with air conditioning, minibar, satellite TV, security boxes, tub and hair dryer. Service from Brisas Group Hotels is always a guarantee.

Check-in
15:00

Check-out
13:00

Telephone:
+52(229)9890505

Guest Rooms

Studio

Accomodates

2 adults

2 children

Maximum Occupation: 4

Services and amenities

Within Galería Plaza Veracruz

Babysitting Service (Under request)

Front Desk

Laundry

Safe Deposit Box

Car Rental

Parking

Internet

Convenience Store

Cocktail lounge

Travel Agency

Restaurants

Room Service

Lift / Elevator

Cafeteria

Concierge service

Entertainment

Playground

Disabled Access facilities

Medical Facilities

Fitness Center

Spa

Children's Activities

Swimming Pool

Kids Pool

Family & kid’s sites

Shopping

Beach club

Housekeeping

Conference room

For Kids

Beaches

Close to Galería Plaza Veracruz

First aid

Entertainment

Nightclub

Movie Theater

Tours

Golf Course

Scuba Diving

Cultural Activities

Historic Sites

Jogging Track

Fishing

Museums

Beaches

Beauty Salon

Tourist information

Attractions and activities

Veracruz, Veracruz Veracruz is one of the few coastal Mexican cities to combine history, beachfront fun and city sights - all in one quiet, exhilarating Royal Holiday vacation. If you want to do something different - in style - in a not-so-sleepy gulf coast town, think long about this one.Veracruz is a magnificent gulf coast city, a thriving front door to Mexico, and a Carnival atmosphere that just begins to heighten as winter warms up.

Music, non-stop dancing and truly elaborate cooking make for a city unlike any on Earth.Admittedly, the beaches are not the most celebrated in Mexico, but you can give your kids a fun splash. Buying local delicacies from the venders pushing rickety carts, you may even be reminded what a chance this is.

Take in four or five hundred years of history, plenty of spectacular architecture and as much changing landscape - and seafront - as you'll ever witness in this lifetime.

  • The Zocalo (at Plaza de Armas)
  • La Parroquia Cafe
  • Nuestra Señora de la Asunción Cathedral
  • Boardwalk El Malecón
  • Fort of San Juan de Ulúa
  • The City Museum
  • Portal de Miranda
  • Francisco Xavier Clavijero Theater

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