Hotels near Uruapan, Michoacan (UPN-Licenciado y General Ignacio Lopez Rayon Intl.)

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Uruapan, Michoacan (UPN-Licenciado y General Ignacio Lopez Rayon Intl.) hotels, Uruapan

Uruapan, Michoacan (UPN-Licenciado y General Ignacio Lopez Rayon Intl.) Hotels

A functional, modern airport building awaits your arrival at Uruapan's Licenciado y General Ignacio Lopez Rayon International Airport (UPN). Thanks to its proximity to Uruapan – it actually lies within the city limits – you won’t have far to travel when visiting this bustling central Mexican metropolis whose tropical gardens thrive on waters of the surging Cupatitzio River.

Hotels in Uruapan, Michoacan (UPN-Licenciado y General Ignacio Lopez Rayon Intl.)

You’ll find a good choice of mid to high-end hotels near Uruapan Airport. Business travelers can check into a modern mid-range hotel with amenities like an on-site swimming pool, free WiFi, and a choice of restaurants. For a real taste of the region, there are also independent guesthouses with intricately carved wooden furniture and traditional Mexicon frills.

Where to stay

Uruapan has plenty of markets and stores to peruse, as well as local bars tempting visitors with tequilas. Make sure you taste some delicious guacamole made from locally grown avocados – Uruapan’s nicknamed the "Avocado Capital of the World". If you’re seeking sanctuary from the urban thrum, head to colorful Parque Nacional Barranca del Cupatitzio. Despite being a metropolitan park, you’ll be transplanted to a tropical jungle where palms, orchids, and exotic ferns jostle for space among bubbling springs and waterfalls.

How to get to Uruapan, Michoacan (UPN-Licenciado y General Ignacio Lopez Rayon Intl.)

You can fly to Uruapan Airport from Tijuana and Los Angeles. Thanks to its perfect location, it’s a short cab ride from the airport to anywhere in the city. It’s also possible to take a local bus to the city center, though it’s generally more direct – and not much more expensive – to grab a taxi.