Hampton Inn Monterrey Galerias

Avenida Gonzalitos, 415 Sur, Colonia Obispado, Monterrey, Northern Mexico, 64060, Mexico
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5
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40%
11
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22%
6
Poor
11%
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  • Couples41
  • Solo71
  • Business69

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Forum Posts

Is it safe to drive from McAllen, TX to Monterrey?

by alexiam

Just recently, the US issued a warning about traveling between Monterrey and Texas, but my friend and I have already bought our tickets to McAllen. We are thinking of hiring a driver to come and get us and take us to Monterrey. Has anyone driven on the toll road lately? I know the US has a warning but thousands of people travel this road everyday, and I want to know, realistically, how safe it is. We would be going on the Mission bridge to avoid Reynosa completely.

Re: Is it safe to drive from McAllen, TX to Monterrey?

by juliogg

You should be fine. It is a very traveled highway. Just do it in daylight. Many times US warnings are "over the top". Incidents of violence have to do between drug related groups. If you are not involved then you have nothing to fear "but fear itself". I would not be put off.

Re: Is it safe to drive from McAllen, TX to Monterrey?

by Odinnthor

Agree with julio. U.S. warnings are highly over rated. You will be just fine. I have driven through Mexico on a couple of occasions and did just fine. Like you said, thousands drive the road on a daily basis, - why would you be picked out of the crowd. I would no more worry about it, then driving the Los Angeles freeways. Enjoy the ride!!

Travel Tips for Monterrey

Should you take travelers checks?

by DriftingDavila

When I was getting ready for this trip I figured that the most logical thing to do would be to get travelers checks to ensure that I wouldn't be ripped off by anyone, bad idea. When I got to Monterrey on Friday at about 10 pm I couldn't trade in my travelers checks for pesos anywhere, since they only take travlers checks at banks. Yes that means that casa de cambios don't accept them, nor do nightclubs, restaurants, or stores. Be careful or you will end up without any money.

17th Century Construction

by TexasDave

Throughout the Barrio Antiguo (Old Quarter) most of the construction is of stone w/ mortar. It's interesting to see the way the use of expensive mortar was minimized. Everywhere there was a larger gap small pieces of stratified shale or limestone were stuck in to close the gap. It worked, because 250-300 years later and it is still standing!

Soccer Fanatics

by Sabino_P

Soccer or futbol as its call in the rest of the world.
two local teams are tigres and rallados. tigres play at the universitario stadium. rallados play at the tec stadium. there are two stadium the universitario and the tec de monterrey. both are located next to local universities.

Other than flying or taking a...

by wbozic

Other than flying or taking a bus (first class Mexican bus lines are excellent), from the North the best way to come is by car from Laredo, Texas to Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas which is across the river. Traffic on both sides is very slow at the border inspections so be prepared to wait. The photo is a rare momment when traffic was actually moving on one side of the bridge. Congestion is the rule, so plan accordingly.
Whatever you do, even if it is first class, NEVER take the train.

El Rey De Cabrito (The King of...

by wbozic

El Rey De Cabrito (The King of Goat)
The interior has interesting carved wood and there are many photos of Mexican celebrities. Cabrito (Goat) and Beefsteak. There is a great cheeze fondu, too. Although the cabrito is outstanding, we actually enjoyed the less expensive steak.

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 Hampton Inn Monterrey Galerias

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Address: Avenida Gonzalitos, 415 Sur, Colonia Obispado, Monterrey, Northern Mexico, 64060, Mexico