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Holiday Inn La Piedad

KM. 2.5 Carr. La Piedad Guadalajara

 

La Piedad, Michoacán de Ocampo

59300 

Mexico 

Check In: 3pm

Check Out: 1pm

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52 352 5263017 8

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La Piedad KM. 2.5 Carr. La Piedad Guadalajara

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Location Highlights
Downtown
Direction from City Center to Hotel:
North East
Distance from Hotel:
49.71 MI/ 80 KM
Local
Outdoor Tennis:
1.55 MI/ 2.5 KM South East

Attractions

  • MAIN PLAZA
  • Parroquia del Señor de La Piedad
  • ACUATIC PARK (LA CALDERA)
  • ECO TURISMO ZONE
  • MUSEUM REBOZO
  • HISTORY MISTERY LANE
  • HISTORY RELIGIOUS
  • COLONIAL ARQUITECTURE (S. XVII)
  • LAPISA / LABORATORIOS FARMACEUTICO
  • ALBAPESA / ALIMENTOS PARA AVES, GANADO, PORCICOLA
  • UNIVERSIDADES UNIVA, UNIVERSIDAD DE LEÓN, TEC.L.P.
  • Parroquia del Señor de la Piedad
  • CASA DE LA CULTURA
  • PARQUE ZINAPARO
  • ARTICULOS RELIGIOSOS NAVA
  • CLUB DEPORTIVO MERCANTIL
Must See

Must See

While staying in La Piedad, Mexico, our hotel guests are just moments from Cavadas bridge, built in 1832 over the wildest Ro Grande, now Rio Lerma. The bridge was built of pink Cantera Stone, which was quarried and worked within the boundaries of region.
Must Do

Must Do

The ancestors of the Chichimeca may very well have come from the Bajio area. Our hotel is near one of their sites, Zaragoza. Guests can see where they held sacred rituals, ceremonies and even ball games. Ornate snake sculptures adorn the ruins.
Don't Go Home Without

Don't Go Home Without

The Parroquia del Señor de La Piedad is a 16th to 18th century church located in La Piedad, Mexico. The hotel's staff urges guests to see the outstanding architecture, from the massive dome graced by a grand chandelier to the ornate carvings.
Tips

Tips

Brilliant rebozos, or shawls, are famous in this part of the Bajio area. Hotel guests should be sure to seek out the handmade rebozos at local shops, such as the Artisanal Textile Cooperative Society, which specializes in making and selling crafts.