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Corral del Conde
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(24 Rooms)

Constitucion, 17, Real de Catorce (Map)

Corral del Conde is set in the mountain town of Real de Catorce, 80 km from Matehuela. The hotel features 24-hour reception and an à la carte restaurant with an outdoor terrace. Rooms come with 2 double beds, a nightstand and a wardrobe. Some have a  more...

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Meson del Refugio
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(8 Rooms)

Lanzagorta, 55, Real de Catorce (Map)

Featuring a central courtyard with a crystal dome and a terrace, this boutique hotel is a restored house from the 18th century. Mesón del Refugio offers rooms with heating and a restaurant. Del Refugio is located on Real de Catorce, one of Mexico’s  more...

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Hotel El Real
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Morelos 20, Zona Centro, Real de Catorce (Map)

The Hotel El Real in Real de Catorce, Mexico situated Morelos 20, Zona Centro. Here it is unfortunately not yet possible to book online.
This accommodation Hotel El Real would be glad to welcome you soon. The correct data depends on the update of the information through the management and cannot be guaranteed.  more...

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Meson de la Abundancia
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Lanzagorta, 11, Real de Catorce (Map)

The Meson de la Abundancia in Real de Catorce, Mexico situated Lanzagorta, 11. Here it is unfortunately not yet possible to book online.
This accommodation Meson de la Abundancia would be glad to welcome you soon. The correct data depends on the update of the information through the management and cannot be guaranteed.  more...

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Real de Catorce:

The village of Real de Catorce ([reˈal de kaˈtorse]), often shortened to Real, is located 160 miles (260 km) north of San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí, Mexico, and currently has a full-time population of under 1,000 residents. This 'ghost-town' in the high and dry expanses of northern San Luis Potosí state was once a thriving silver mining settlement, has long been a pilgrimage site for both local Catholics and Huichol shamanists, and is now being discovered by international tourists drawn by the desert ambience and reputed spiritual energy.

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