Four Points Galerias Monterrey

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Ave Insurgentes 3961, Col. Vista Hermosa, Monterrey, Northern Mexico, 64640, Mexico
Four Points by Sheraton Galerias Monterrey
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Satisfaction Very Good
Very Good

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 50% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families58
  • Couples80
  • Solo71
  • Business71

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Forum Posts

Monterrey to Mexico city

by guissel07


Re: Monterrey to Mexico city

by YVRDave

87 to 90 minutes non stop. Longer if you change planes

Re: Monterrey to Mexico city

by yvr

Dave, your such a whiz kid :-)

Re: Monterrey to Mexico city

by YVRDave

LOL,sorry i wasn't on LAX street parking

Re: Monterrey to Mexico city

by yvr

No problem Dave, don't want to pay $16.00 a night at the Airport Raddison, would rather spend it on something else. Don't mind a walk at all.

Re: Monterrey to Mexico city

by Laura_Mexico

Hmmm it didn't take me that long when I went there.... it was more like a bit over an hour, but not 1 1/2 hr. In any case, keep in mind that you also have to take into account what airport you'll be flying into, since the cheap flights from MTY to Mex city fly into TOLUCA's airport (still an hour away from Mex city or longer depending on the traffic) and others fly into Mex City.

Re: Monterrey to Mexico city

by yvr

Dave, just checked the flight times thru Amadeus and you missed one that is 1:40 long, but other than that you were bang on for flight duration.

Re: Monterrey to Mexico city

by YVRDave

Dang propellers, LOL

Re: Monterrey to Mexico city

by yvr

Actually it's a B737, strange that this particular aircraft takes longer than the other jets, but then maybe it takes the scenic route.

Travel Tips for Monterrey

Visit the Mercado Benito...

by scarm

Visit the Mercado Benito Juarez, in the city center. Here you will find the simple goods of the everyday Regios (nickname for those who live in this city). Among the offerings are religious images, either in the form of statues or pictures, like the ones featured here. These renderings are true art forms, representing the strong Catholic influence in the Mexican culture. The pictures featured here include Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe, a much honored figure in Mexican culture. These are truly beautiful and interesting works.

Que honda?

by John195123

These are typical greetings and sultations. The translations are less literal and more "general meaning."


In person:

Buenas Good
Buenas (tardes, dias, noches) (afternoon, day, night)

Hola... Hello?
Que honda? What´s goin´ down?
Que pasa? What´s going on?
Que tal? What´s up?
Que esta arriba? What´s up?

Mucho gusto. Pleased to meet you.

On the phone:

Bueno? Hello?
Hola Hello

Adios! Bye
Chao! Ciao
Hasta... Until...
luego later
la vista I see you again
manana tomorrow

Cadereyta - go there on a...

by si04530

Cadereyta - go there on a Sunday afternoon for a bullfight. It is a city east of Monterrey of about 50,000 people. It will give you a true feeling for the culture and people of Mexico, meaning traditional and INCREDIBLY FRIENDLY.

Follow the highway to McAllen Texas, it is 4-lane but VERY expensive for such a short ride (1/2 hour). I used to think the autopista from Rosario Argentina to BA was the most expensive but this tops it by far.

People coming out of Mexico...

by lucyguajardo

People coming out of Mexico must use an airplane. We have an International Airport.
The other way is by bus, but only if the trip is inside Mexico
For a tourist the best way to get around Monterrey is by taxi, but you can also use the subway for getting closer the place you want to go.

Papas asadas con carne

by arteimagen about El rincon del taco

Ask for ?Papa asada con carne? broiled potatoe with meat, it is also served with yellow and white chess, butter, and bacon, red and green salsa, lemon and tortilla chips. $ 5 USD. I bought this in El Rincon del Taco.


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Address: Ave Insurgentes 3961, Col. Vista Hermosa, Monterrey, Northern Mexico, 64640, Mexico