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Hotel Amatlan de Quetzalcoatl Star Rating 3        
Niño Artillero

Surrounded by countryside and on the edge of Parque Nacional El Tepozteco, this rustic-style hotel in a low-rise building is 2.9 km from Jardin de la Abundancia.Featuring traditional wood furnishings, the cozy rooms offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs.
Casa Bugambilia Star Rating 2        
Callejón Tepopula 007 Valle de Atongo

Set on fruit tree-lined gardens and overlooking Tepozteco Mountain, this elegant hotel in a hacienda-style lodging is 2.3 km from Catedral de Tepoztlan and 13 km from Parque Nacional El Tepozteco.Featuring traditional wood furnishings, the cozy rooms and suites offer free Wi-Fi.
Hotel Puerto Villamar Tepoztlan Star Rating 3        
Prolongación Aniceto VIllamar 50

Set on a residential street, this simple, unassuming hotel is a 12-minute walk from the Catedral de Tepoztlan, plus 11 km from Parque Nacional El Tepozteco national park and the iconic Tepozteco Pyramid.The down-to-earth rooms offer flat-screen TVs and fans, and some upgraded rooms add whirlpool tubs. Family rooms sleep up to 6.
Hotel Teocalli Star Rating 4        
Callejón del Pericón 1, Barrio San José

Set in the town center, this charming hotel surrounded by lush gardens is a 5-minute walk from Parroquia de Tepoztlan church and 10 km from El Tepozteco National Park.The 10 bright, individually designed rooms feature free Wi-Fi, wardrobes and mosquito nets. Some add terracesThere's a casual restaurant/bar with outdoor seating, plus a spa offering treatments and massages.
Espacio Mágico Star Rating 3        
Av. Revolucion 49

Set in the mountainous Sacred Valley region, this relaxed hotel is a 10-minute walk from the Museo de Arte Prehispánico Carlos Pellicer and 2 km from the archaeological site of El Tepozteco.Homey rooms provide flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and tea and coffeemakers. Many offer country views, and some have balconies.
La Buena Vibra Retreat & Spa Star Rating 4        
San Lorenzo 7, Valle de Atongo

Set in a rural area just outside El Tepozteco National Park, this relaxed adults-only spa hotel is 3 km from both El Tepozteco archaeological site and Museo Tepoztlán Celección Carlos Pellicer.Warmly decorated rooms feature tile floors, sound systems, and patios with umbrella-shaded tables. Suites add terraces; some have living rooms.
El Grullo de Tepoztlan        
Calle Tejeria 10-A, Barrio de San Jose

Set in a bright building surrounded by lush lawns with palm trees, this serene spa hotel is a 13-minute walk from the Museo Tepoztlán Celección Carlos Pellicer and 2 km from the El Tepozteco archaeological site.Airy, simply furnished rooms come with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs; some feature patios with direct garden access. There's no air-conditioning.
Nuevo Amanecer Star Rating 5        
Km. 16.5 Carretera Federal Cuernavaca-Tepoztlan, Villas Ecologicas Tequimilpa No. 8

Set behind distinctive stone walls, this relaxed hotel is 1.6 km from Catedral de Tepoztlan (cathedral) and 20 km from Benito Juarez Park.Featuring artwork and rustic furnishings, the warm, eclectic rooms offer Cable TV and free Wi-Fi, plus minibars, coffeemakers and covered verandas/balconies.
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Retorno a Autopista La Pera-Tepoztlan, Km 17, Barrio de San Sebastian

Set among trees, this quirky budget hotel made of stacked concrete-tube sections is 2 km from the El Tepozteco archaeological site and art exhibits at Museo Carlos Pellicer.The snug tube bedrooms have glass fronts and privacy curtains; they come with desks. There are shared bathroom facilities.
Sitio Sagrado Star Rating 3.5        
Camino Real a Amatlán # 10 Col. del Carmen

Set 1.5 km from Abundancia Garden, this casual, modest hotel is also 5 km from Catedral de Tepoztlan and 15 km from El Tepozteco National Park.The warmly decorated, airy suites also have cable TV and seating areas.
 
 
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Tepoztlán is a Mexican town south of Mexico City. It's known as the reputed birthplace of Quetzalcoatl, the Aztec feathered serpent god, and for its weekly craft market. A steep trail leads to the Aztec Tepozteco pyramid, on a clifftop above the town. A 16th-century former Dominican monastery, the Tepoztlán Ex-Convent, has a local history museum. The adjacent Carlos Pellicer Museum displays pre-Hispanic art.