Cuautla Hotels & Things To Do


If this is the first time that you are planning a trip to Mexico, chances are that you have not heard of Cuautla before. Yet there is a reason that this city, located in the fertile lowland, is often heralded as the ‘heroic city’. Through the monuments, buildings, and streets you are able to see history unfold. The city is also referred to as “The City of Hot Springs” because of the beautiful landscapes and natural thermal springs. If you want to know more about the best attractions and hotels, we are able to tell you the best that Cuautla has to offer.

Top Hotels in Cuautla:

Our favorite hotel – Hotel Hacienda la Villa Real
If you are looking for the best place to stay in the heart of Cuautla, this is the best hotel option for you. The entire space takes up more than a hectare of land and allows for some breathtaking views. All three different available room types are done in the typical colonial design style and represent a definite throwback to Cuautla’s history.

The onsite restaurant offers authentic Mexican cuisine while guests are able to burn off those ingested calories at the onsite tennis court, volleyball court, and basketball court.

http://www.la-villa-real.com/
Benito Juárez # 175, Col. Gabriel Tepepa, Cuautla, Mor. C.P. 62740
+52 735 152-4198

Best motel – Hotel Magico Inn
The Magico Inn is the best motel option in Cuautla and is located in the suburbs of Cuautla. There is an outdoor pool, spa bath, and a kid’s pool available. Guests are able to enjoy complimentary wireless Internet in the common areas. The restaurant here serves both international and local dishes and is open from 7 AM until 11 PM. There is a shuttle service available (paid) upon request to the airport, which is approximately an hour away.

http://www.magicoinn.com.mx/
Autopista La Pera Cuautla Km 32, Tetelcingo, 62751 Cuautla, MOR, Mexico
+52 735 131 2200

Best B&B option – Villa Iyautli
With only 13 different rooms, each of them with their unique decoration, Cuautla Villa Iyautli offers a comfortable and cozy atmosphere that sets it apart from the other B&B options that you might find throughout Cuautla.

Because of its location, guests are mere steps away from the town that preserves churches and convents dating back to the 17th century. Villa Iyautli has large gardens available to host events, a large pool, tennis court, racquetball court, and a game room. Each of the 13 rooms has air conditioning, television, cable, and internet.

http://www.iyautli.com.mx/
De La Esperanza 1, Yautepec, MOR, Mexico
+52 55 5680 5919

Top Attractions in Cuautla:

The Museo Casa de Morelos
This beautiful colonial structure dates back to the 17th century, you can find out daring feats that heroin fighters undertook during the Mexican Independence War. Anyone with an interest in Mexican history would be wise to check this out, you can find it in the main square of Cuautla.

http://www.inah.gob.mx/component/content/article/264-red-de-museos/5919-centro-comunitario-ecatepec-casa-de-morelos
esq. Vía Estatal, Via Jose Maria Morelos, San Juan Alcahuacan, 55040 MEX, Mexico
+52 55 5839 5864

The Balnearios – The Hot Springs
Because of the great climate in Cuautla and the abundance of water, there are a number of notable hot springs throughout the city. A few of the best-known examples include Las Tazas, Agua Linda, Los Limoneros, El Almeal, and Agua Hedionda. If you want to be able to soak in the warm water, these are perfect locations to be.

The Estacion de Ferrocarril
You can find Steam Machine no. 279 in this old railroad station, the narrow railway here was vitally important during the revolution and the development of Cuautla. This museum is still interesting for those who do not have a great deal of interest in railroad services.