Guests enjoy a unique slice of Mexican culture at this former bullfighting ring repurposed as a hotel.
From breweries to jails, we've seen our fair share of neglected properties repurposed into hotels. But Quinta Real Zacatecas is among our favorites. Incorporated into the restored, 19th-century San Pedro bullfighting ring, this singular hotel saw its last match in 1975. Among the 49 colonial-style suites, the most appealing feature views of the stone-paved bullring. The tiered, tri-level house restaurant, La Plaza, also overlooks the ring, while Botarel bar is in the old brick-walled bull pen, offering live music and wines from Mexico and around the world. Adding to the appeal of the experience is the surrounding town of Zacatecas. In this UNESCO World Heritage Site, guests can explore colonial-era architecture, as well as take a cable car to the top of Cerro de la Bufa. ¡Olé!
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