Hostal La Parroquia is situated in the heart of the renowned walled quarter which once protected the city from the attacks of the pirates and now is an important cultural and business zone.
Inspired by its dramatic history of piracy, Campeche welcomes its visitors with a harmonic mix of history, colors, attention and service. Hostel La Parroquia is the ideal place for you to stay at the best price in this tranquil city. It is your point of departure for an unforgettable experience.
Situated in a colonial house dating from the early XVII century, Hostel La Parroquia is located in the historic centre, 10 minutes from the bus station, a few steps from the cathedral and next to the most famous restaurant in the city: La Parroquia.
Ample bathroom and shower facilities
24-hour restaurant and bar with air conditioned
Terrace with sun-loungers
Sale of local craftwork
Fresh linen (sheets, towel, blanket)
Personal storage locker
Discounts in the best restaurants in the city
C. 55 # 8 x 10 y 12
* The Cathedral and the Principal Park.
* The most important museums in the city
* Handcraft shops
* Excellent restaurants & bars
* Turist information centre
At only 10 minutes from the bus station and a few steps from the cathedral
Ask to any taxi driver, everyone knows it!!
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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