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Cabo Alto Villas Hotel And Spa Monte Gordo (Veracruz) Star Rating 4        
Carr Nautla- Poza Rica

This villa-style boutique hotel on Monte Gordo Beach is 8 km from the Casitas Estuary on the meandering Rio Filobobos.Relaxed, Mediterranean-inspired villas have thatched-roof patios, terracotta floors, and kitchens, and come with flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Upgraded villas add sea views.
Fiesta Inn Xalapa Star Rating 4        
Carr. Xalapa-Veracruz, KM 2.5

This vibrant, relaxed hotel is 5 km from the 17th-century Xalapa Cathedral and 7 km from both the scenic Parque de los Tecajetes and the Museo de Antropología de Xalapa.Modern rooms with streamlined wooden decor offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and desks. Suites add living rooms and pull-out sofas, and upgraded suites come with kitchenettes, dining rooms and whirlpool tubs.
City Express Coatzacoalcos Star Rating 4        
Av Las Palmas 209

This utilitarian hotel is a 4-minute walk from both Patio Coatzacoalcos shopping center and the closest beach. It's 14 km from Aeropuerto Internacional de Minatitlán.Understated rooms come with free Wi-Fi and cable TV.
Maju Hotel Campestre        
Parada Chon Layna S/N Col. Ejido Las Puertas

This upscale retreat with an informal atmosphere is 5 km from Medellín de Bravo, plus 20 km from Boca del Río and Veracruz International Airport.Rustic-chic suites offer terraces, whirlpool tubs and minifridges. Villas sleeping up to 6 guests have terraces overlooking the pool, and 1-bedroom villas add kitchenettes and separate living areas.
Hotel Terranova Star Rating 5        
Blvd Rio Calzadas km 7.5 #100

This upmarket hotel overlooking the Coatzacoalcos River is 27 km from Aeropuerto Internacional de Minatitlán and 5 km from Museo de Arqueología Olmeca.The understated rooms provide complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs; upgraded rooms add access to a club lounge. Suites come with sofabeds, and upgraded, 2-bedroom suites offer dining rooms, balconies and whirlpool tubs.
Los Andes Hotel Star Rating 4        
Carretera Transistmica

This unpretentious roadside hotel is 5 km from the Museo de Arqueología Olmeca and 7 km from Parque Hemiciclo a los Niños Héroes.Unassuming rooms have balconies with pool or garden views, as well as free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Contemporary suites add living rooms, Blu-ray players and safes, plus minibars.
Hotel Villas Dali Veracruz Star Rating 4        
Calzada Costa Verde No. 1113

This unassuming hotel is 5 km from the Baluarte de Santiago museum and 10 km from the 16th-century San Juan de Ulúa fortress.Down-to-earth rooms offer TVs and free Wi-Fi. Some rooms add extra beds.
Hotel Bello Star Rating 4        
Blvd Adolfo Ruiz Cortinez 258

This unassuming hotel is 1 km from Isla de Sacrificios beach, 4.5 km from Mexico Naval Museum and 13 km from San Juan de Ulúa Island.Featuring tile floors, the simple rooms and suites come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs with cable channels, plus coffeemakers and griddles.
Veracruz Centro Historico Star Rating 5        
Avenida Independencia S/N Esquina Miguel Lerdo

This unassuming hotel in a beige building is a 4-minute walk from the Malecón and 4.5 km from the 16th-century island fortress complex turned-museum at the San Juan de Ulúa.The bright rooms feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus safes and coffee services.
Best Western Hotel Xalapa Star Rating 4        
Avenue 20 de Noviembre Oriente 522

This traditional hotel in south Xalapa is an 8-minute walk from Museo Interactivo de Xalapa and 7.1 km from the sprawling Museo de Antropología de Xalapa anthropological museum.Cozy rooms and suites offer WiFi access, cable TV, coffeemakers and ceiling fans.
 
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Veracruz, also known as Heroica Veracruz, is a Mexican port city on the Gulf of Mexico coast in the state of Veracruz. It's one of the country's oldest and largest ports, founded in the 16th century by Spanish settlers. On an island overlooking the harbor is San Juan de Ulua, a colonial fortress and former prison complex that's now a history museum.