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History abounds near the Hampton Inn by Hilton™ hotel in Saltillo - Airport Area, the oldest city in Northern Mexico. What draws many to the city are two famous exports of the area, Saltillo tile and the beautiful, locally woven, multi-colored serapes (both of which can be found at many local shops near our Saltillo hotel). To truly appreciate the history and culture of the city, we recommend a visit to the famous Museo de las Aves de Mexico-Bird Museum, La Catedral de Santiago, or perhaps the Plaza Mexico, where General Zachary Taylor camped in 1846 prior to the famous “Batalla de la Angostura” during the Mexican-American War. As you'll also learn when you stay at our Saltillo hotel, during the early 20th Century, Saltillo was called the “Athens of Mexico” due to the large number of local intellectuals. Today, it is considered more like the “Detroit of Mexico” due to the prominence of its automotive industry. The staff at our Saltillo hotel will also be happy to steer you toward even more local landmarks.
Find a picturesque haven of natural beauty at Parque Zoologico in Monterrey, which was recently revitalized as part of Hampton® Hotels' Save-A-Landmark® Program. As the largest zoo in the north of Mexico, Parque Zoologico educates visitors about animals and also helps to preserve endangered species. In 2006, Parque Zoologico welcomed the first African Elephant born in captivity in Mexico. Shortly thereafter, Hampton® Hotel volunteers worked to restore parts of the zoo, applying fresh coats of paint, planting new landscaping, and polishing the zoo's giant statues.
Book your room at our hotel in Saltillo today, and be sure to ask at the front desk for ideas on how to enjoy the many wonders of our city.
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Whatever the reason for your visit, we hope you'll enjoy these fun ways to relax and keep in shape.