Located northwest of Mexico City, Naucalpan is in the Valle de México, a region with a history that dates back centuries and includes both Aztec ruins and Spanish colonial architecture. There are countless things to do in Naucalpan, a vibrant area that serves as the business hub of Mexico City. Conveniently located, Hotel Valle de México is near the Naucalpan Industrial Park and within walking distance to many tourist attractions in Naucalpan.
We are one of the finest hotels near the Banamex Convention Center for the business traveler. The Banamex Convention Center features over 185 000 square meters of event and convention space, making it the largest in Mexico.
This sanctuary of the Catholic Church is dedicated to the Virgin of Guadalupe and is located about 40 minutes east of Hotel Valle de México. The church steeple was designed to emulate the mantle of the Virgin of Guadalupe, covering all parishioners, while the interior of the basilica is decorated with the flags of countries from the Americas, the Caribbean, the Philippines, Spain and the Vatican.
This archaeological site, which is also a protected natural area, is part of the Remedios Metropolitan Park, featuring the over 4000-year-old Tlatilca temple and underground aquifers. The Cerro de Moctezuma is located just 6 kilometers from Hotel Valle de México.
This archaeological site was one of the most important in the Mesoamerican community, where administrative activities and meetings of local councils took place and where political decisions were taken. The structure is one of the last examples of civil architecture from the late Postclassical period.
Located just 15 minutes from our hotel, the Mexican Olympic Committee is the institution responsible for everything related to the application of the principles that make up the Olympic Charter.
Enjoy wide open outdoor spaces in the middle of the city! Formerly known as the Ejido de Oro, this park is considered as an ecological reserve and is alive with fragrant eucalyptus trees and large playing fields. Visit the Felipe Villanueva Forum, enjoy a play at the Agora Theatre or just relax and let time go by quietly.
This wrestling arena is very popular among residents of Naucalpan and is home to the International Wrestling Group (IWRG). It is the third largest arena in the country, second only to the Arena Coliseo and Arena México, and is located approximately one kilometer away from the Hotel Valle de México.
The Paseo de la Reforma, originally known as Paseo de la Emperatriz, is located approximately 13 kilometers away from Hotel Valle de México and is one of the most important and emblematic avenues in Mexico City. Nearly 15 kilometers long, it runs south-west from the intersection of Avenida Constituyentes and the Federal Mexico-Toluca highway, all the way to Glorieta de Peralvillo.
Approximately 6 kilometers from the Hotel Valle de México is Polanco, a fashionable residential area of Mexico City known for its wide variety of cafes, restaurants, unique shops and entertainment activities.
Pamper your inner “fashionista” in one of our two nearby malls: La Cúspide Sky Mall or Plaza Satélite (considered one of the best places to shop in both Mexico City and the metropolitan area).
Teotihuacan, which in Nahuatl means “the place where men become gods”, is one of the most impressive archaeological sites in both Mexico and the world. Here visitors will find the Pyramids of the Sun and Moon, the Temples of Tlaloc and Quetzalcoatl, Quetzalmariposa Palaces and the surrounding neighborhoods of Tetitla, Tepantitla, Zacuala, Yayahualco, and Atetelco. The Teotihuacan was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987.
The historic center dates back to the 16th century and is considered the economic and political heart of the city. For its wealth of important historic monuments, in 1987 it was declared a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. Currently it comprises more than 1500 historic buildings spread over 9 square kilometers. While staying at the Hotel Valle de México, visit Zocalo Square in Mexico City, just 19 kilometers away, and be sure to visit the Gran Hotel Ciudad de México.
The Mexico City North Bus Terminal is located just under 14 kilometers away from the Hotel Valle de México. Also known as the Central North, this bus terminal is used by people travelling to cities in the central and northern regions of Mexico.
Discover the origins of Naucalpan with a visit to this fascinating and informative museum. Admission is free and the museum offers exhibits, beautiful artwork and pottery from ancient times.
Torres de Satélite is located approximately 5 kilometers from Hotel Valle de México in Naucalpan. Designed by sculptor Mathias Goeritz and architect Luis Barragan (winner of the Pritzker Prize), these towers are an impressive sculptural set of five triangular prisms of different colors and sizes.
The WTC Mexiquense is associated with the World Trade Center international network and is just a 10-minute drive from our hotel. Its facilities are suitable for organizing social events and corporate events of any size.