Hostal San Fransiskuni
Welcome to Hostal San Fransiskuni in Mexico
Hostal San Fransiskuni is located in the historic center of Morelia, gives you the opportunity to travel around pink stone alleys and romantic walk in the end is an unforgettable experience ... Visit us while you're here in Morelia.Nice and cheap accomodation in traditional colonial style, located in Morelia historical centre, at only 5 minutes from the cathedral and the 'Casa de las Artesanias'.Great, fun and comfortable place to meet people from all over the world.Please note:Check in time is flexibleCheck out time 24:00Cancellation Policy 3 daysMinimum Stay: 1 nightPayment Method: Cash or MasterCard.Continental breakfast included
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- Book exchange
- Breakfast Included
- Free Wifi
- Tours Travel Desk
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 3 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
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Please note:Check in time is flexibleCheck out time 24:00Cancellation Policy 3 daysMinimum Stay: 1 nightPayment Method: Cash or MasterCard.Continental breakfast included
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Address:Antonio Alzate 302 Col. Centro,MoreliaMorelia is four hours from Mexico City via the Atlacomulco-Maravatio-Morelia highway and is connected by highways to the states of Mexico, Queretaro, Guanajuato and Jalisco. It is connected to the Michoacan coast via highway 200 that passes through Uruapan to the port of Lazaro Cardenas. General Francisco Mujica International Airport or Morelia International Airport (IATA: MLM, ICAO: MMMM) is an international airport at Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico. The airport handles both domestic and international flights, with connections to Mexico City, Uruapan, Lazaro Cardenas, Acapulco, Zihuatanejo, Guadalajara, Monterrey, Tijuana and several destinations in the United States. The airport is named after a former governor of the state of Michoacan.
Almost all of Morelias notable sites lie in its historic center, due to its history. This historic center is roughly equivalent to the original layout of the city when it was founded in 1541, and most of this layout has survived intact to the present day.