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Hotels in Puebla near Puebla, Puebla (PBC-Hermanos Serdan Intl.)

Puebla, Puebla (PBC-Hermanos Serdan Intl.) Hotels

Nestled among snow-capped mountains just 34 kilometers from Puebla – one of Mexico’s largest cities – Hermanos Serdan International Airport (PBC) is a modern, gleaming transit hub. Whether you’re planning on spending your time soaking up the city’s Colonial-era gems, or headed for business meetings in this burgeoning metropolis, the airport provides a convenient gateway to the area.

Hotels in Puebla, Puebla (PBC-Hermanos Serdan Intl.)

From simple yet comfy 2-star guesthouses and motels to plush 3 and 4-star resorts, there are hotels near Puebla Airport to suit all tastes and budgets. Business travelers can enjoy an array of handy facilities including WiFi, meeting rooms, on-site dining, and 24-hour lobbies in large modern hotels, while couples might choose from smaller guesthouses while you’ll get a personal touch. For something luxurious, try a 4-star hotel with palm tree-speckled swimming pool and candle-lit sauna facilities.

Where to stay

You’ll find lots of smaller towns and suburban districts on the way to Puebla from the airport, as well as Finsa Industrial Park which is surrounded by business-friendly accommodation. To make the most of your time in the area, head to Puebla’s historic central zone, brimming with ancient churches whose bells ring out throughout the day, pastel-painted buildings decorated with vibrant mosaics, and delectable culinary havens from bistros and restaurants to markets and street stalls.

How to get to Puebla, Puebla (PBC-Hermanos Serdan Intl.)

You can fly to Puebla International Airport from Dallas and Houston, as well as many Mexican cities including Cancun, Tijuana, and Monterrey. This makes it a fairly easy place to connect to, even if you can't fly here directly. It’s best to hop in a cab from the airport to the city, as some bus routes can be sketchy. Make sure you agree the fare before setting off.