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Nardo 202 Col Rancho Cortes , 62120 Cuernavaca, Mexico
Aristos Mirador Cuernavaca Telefon: +52 9566312000    
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Proudly located at the most exclusive area of Cuernavaca - The city of Eternal Spring, surrounded by the most enchanting scenery of high pine trees and colorful flowers and only 5 minutes away from the Main Del Sol. The beautiful pool is surrounded by beautiful gardens. The hotel has 200 guest rooms including suites.

Sjediste, mjesto poslovanja


  • Bar
  • Restoran
  • Parkiranje
  • Internet u predvorju
  • Wireless LAN
  • Dizala
  • Vratar

Posluga u sobu

  • Zabranjeno pušenje

Slobodno vrijeme Ustanove

  • Bazen
  • Park / Vrt

Smještaj Vrsta

  • Family Hotel / djecu

Kreditne kartice

  • American Express
  • Euro / Master Card
  • Visa
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Cuernavaca is the capital and largest city of the state of Morelos in Mexico. It was established at the archeological site of Gualupita I by the Olmec, "the mother culture" of Mesoamerica, approximately 3200 years ago. It is also a municipality located about 85 km (53 mi) south of Mexico City on the D-95 freeway. The city was nicknamed the "City of Eternal Spring" MIMIUU by Alexander von Humboldt in the nineteenth century. It has long been a favorite escape for Mexico City and foreign visitors because of this warm, stable climate and abundant vegetation. Aztec emperors had summer residences there, and even today, many famous people as well as Mexico City residents maintain homes there. Cuernavaca is also host to a large foreign resident population, including large numbers of students who come to study the Spanish language. The name "Cuernavaca" is derived from the Nahuatl phrase "Cuauhnāhuac" and means "surrounded by or close to trees". The name eventually was Hispanicized to Cuernavaca. The coat-of-arms of the municipality is based on the pre-Columbian pictograph emblem of the city which depicts a tree trunk (cuahuitl) with three branches, with foliage, and four roots colored red. There is a cut in the trunk in the form of a mouth, from which emerges a speech scroll, probably representing the language Nahuatl and by extension the locative suffix "-nāhuac", meaning "near".

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