Boutique Hotels in Puebla, Mexico
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MM Grand Hotel Puebla, Tapestry Collection by Hilton3.87 miles
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Located to the southeast of Mexico City, Puebla is one of the oldest cities in Mexico and was founded by Spanish settlers in 1531. The city has an interesting history that dates back even further than its founding. Puebla's cuisine is famous for mole, which is a rich sauce made with chocolate, chilies, nuts, and spices—you can find it on everything from enchiladas to desserts! You can try this and much more as you explore the city while staying at the best Puebla boutique hotels.
The city square, Zócalo, is a dreamy space, with much of its colonial history still intact. Once the site of bullfighting in the 1600s, it is the cultural, political, and religious center of the city. The square is also home of many sculptures, most notably is the San Miguel Archangel fountain, which was installed in 1777 and is still an operating fountain. Many notable buildings surround it, including City Hall, the Casa los Munecoas, and the Cathedral.
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The city of Puebla is home to a number of festivals, including the Carnival of Puebla, Festival of the Virgin of the Remedies, and Festival of the Dance of the Devils. The Carnival takes place every year during Holy Week and features music, dance, and parades.
The Festival of the Virgin of the Remedies takes place each year in September or October, depending on when Easter falls. Over 1 million people come out to celebrate this festival, which includes reenactments from 16th-century battles between Spanish conquistadors and local indigenous groups, known as Chichimecas. If you’re traveling with kids, make sure to see this one!
The Festival for Seven Sorrows of Mary celebrates an image that was brought over by Spanish missionaries in 1630 after it had been destroyed by Aztec emperor Moctezuma II during his war against Spain in 1521. Today it's one of most important religious celebrations in Mexico with more than 2 million pilgrims participating each year! Book your stay at the top Puebla boutique hotels to see these festivals and more.
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Puebla is known for its mole and is used in many dishes, so it's hard to avoid if you want to try the food of Puebla. Be sure to try the staple dishes, tacos and enchiladas. You won’t find a shortage of this rich sauce, as many restaurants that offer this are within reach from the top unique hotels in Puebla.
Round out your trip to Puebla by making a stop at the Callejón de los Sapas, a street located in one of Puebla’s oldest neighborhoods, La Cruz de los Nazarenos or El Centro Historico (the historic center), the street runs for about half a mile and has been nicknamed "Frog Street" because the area is home to so many frogs. The frogs have become a tourist attraction and visitors from all over the world come to see them! Famous for its bold, vibrant street murals, Puebla's history is depicted on the walls of buildings across the city. Discover all this and more when you book your stay at the top unique hotels in Puebla.
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