Hotel description Mision Cuernavaca is Mexico's garden-filled oasis offering great natural beauty and our famous hospitality. To welcome you, we have created this unique environment of beautiful, restful surroundings with our standards of excellent service. Discover a world of old, traditional Mexico that combines the charm & ambiance of the past with modern, sophisticated services and an excellent cuisine.The Hotel Misión Cuernavaca has 72 comfortable and spacious rooms with private terrace and cable TV. We are only 60 minutes from Mexico City, 7 minutes from Cuernavaca downtown, 2 ½ hours from Acapulco, 1 hour from Puebla and 25 minutes from Tequesquitengo.In Carlota's restaurant you can enjoy representative dishes from the Mexican cuisine, with live music on Fridays and Saturdays. There is also Tejamanil Cafeteria with Sunday Buffet Breakfast and Las Flores Bar with live music on Fridays and Saturdays. You can also enjoy room service in the intimacy of your room, selecting delicious dishes from our extensive menu. We have Two climatized pools located at the exterior, surrounded by beautiful gardens. Our hotel can also provide you with all the services for you to carry out your special event. We provide screens, slide projector, transparency projector, TV and VCR (fee), sound system (fee), personal computer (fee) and simultaneous translation (fee).Known as the ?City of Eternal Spring,? Cuernavaca has long served as a weekend getaway for Mexico City residents, and is rapidly becoming a permanent place of residence for some of them. Located only about an hour from the capital, and at a lower elevation, by about 2,000 meters/6,600 feet, Cuernavaca?s excellent year-round climate and small-town ambiance have made it a favorite destination for day trips or longer stays.Most visitors stroll through the Borda Gardens and the two plazas in the center of town after having first explored the Palace of Cortes, which dominates the main boulevard. Built by Hernan Cortes in 1530, the building now houses a museum displaying artifacts relating the history of the city and murals by Mexican artist Diego Rivera. The Cathedral is both one of the oldest in the country and one of the newest, thanks to its modern decor. Borda, a wealthy colonial-era gold mining magnate, notorious for mistreating his laborers, built the beautiful gardens. In 1860, the gardens became Emperor Maximilian and his wife Carlota?s favorite place.