And, so you can enjoy some relaxation during your stay, the hotel has some fantasticfacilities, such as the heated outdoor swimming pool, solarium, restaurant and bar, all in the centre of Cuernavaca
About The Resort
The Barceló Cuernavaca**** hotel is a small urban hotel situated 10 min form the historic centre of the city of Cuernavaca , the capital of the State of Morelos , to the south of the capital of the Mexican Republic.
Thanks to its excellent location , the Barceló Cuernavaca hotel is ideal for business travel and for those who wish to get to know the rich Mexican culture with its artistic and historic attractions. The hotel offers comfortableroomsin a peaceful, welcoming environment so you can enjoy your sightseeing knowing that our comfortable hotel awaits you upon your return.
And, so you can enjoy some relaxation during your stay, the hotel has some fantasticfacilities, such as the heated outdoor swimming pool , solarium, restaurant and bar, all in the centre of Cuernavaca.
Cuernavaca is a small city located only 80 km from the Mexican capital and is popularly known as the Ciudad de la Eterna Primavera (City of Eternal Spring). This name is due to the fact that Cuernavaca has abundant vegetation and a wide variety of flora, which can be found within its borders. In addition, you can also enjoy the tranquility of this Mexican city’s streets, its people and its wonderful climate throughout most of the year.
The name of the city of Cuernavaca has its etymology in Náhuatl, the language of the Nahuas tribes who lived in the area before the arrival of Hernán Cortés, and comes from the word “Cuauhnáhuac”, which means “between groves”.
Mexican cuisine is one of the richest and most varied in the world. Cornmeal forms the basis of its cuisine, that is renowned for its barbecued meats, accompanied by spicy salsas , along with salads, vegetables and a wide variety of fruits.
Octopus, squid and prawns marinated in lemon are griddled, breaded or marinated in sauce, while freshly-caught, tasty lobster is another delicious example of this country’s cuisine..
Palacio de Cortés (now Cuauhnáuac Museum) : the city’s most iconic building and probably the oldest vice-regal civil structure in Mexico.
Cathedral (former Convento de la Asunción) : included on UNESCO’s world heritage list.
El Jardín Borda : colonial vacation home, built by Don Manuel de la Borda y Verdugo.
Tepozteco Pyramid : you can find the pyramid of the same name on Tepozteco Hill.
Xochicalco Archeological site : included on UNESCO’s world heritage list since December 1st, 1999.
In Mexico, you can find authentic items from popular crafts made from ceramics, copper, leather, fabrics and macramé. The beautiful creations from Taxco silver are also a good example of the skill of Mexican silversmiths.
There are also numerous shops in the central city of Cuernavaca, where you can buy different examples of local crafts made from ceramics, as well as handmade furniture and traditional fabrics .