Area Attractions

Aguascalientes is famous for the Feria de San Marcos and its spectacular Fiesta Brava (Bull Fight), but also, for the architectural beauty of its historic center, its artistic tradition and the natural destinations that surround it. The hot springs are what give the city and state its name. All these traditions today are mixed with a modern, innovative and industrial city, with world class shopping centers and dining options that have become a new attraction.

Hyatt Place Aguascalientes/Bonaterra

José Maria Escrivá de Balaguer 1073, Col. Villas Bonaterra
Aguascalientes, Mexico, 20296



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Local Attractions

Soccer Stadium Rayos del Necaxa Team

This emblematic team has 95 years of history in Mexico and 15 years that the team resides in Aguascalientes the capacity of the stadium is for 25,500 people.

Bull Fight Ring

This bullfighting arena opened its doors on November 23, 1974, The same day the arena held its first bullfight and in the ring were Manuel Martinez, Eloy Cavazos and Fermín Espinosa (Armillita), who began his professional career that day fighting bulls from Torrecillas. Initially, the arena could accommodate nine thousand spectators, but after its expansion in 1990 capacity increased to fifteen thousand.

Golf Course Rancho Santa Monica (9 holes)

Perfect your swing in this beautiful 9 hole course with 22 hectares (par 35).


One Mall (Villasuncion ) with the best Restaurants & Bars, local and international brands

Local Food + Drink

Cenaduria San Antonio

You will find a variety of snacks from the region, such as pozole, stuffed gorditas, sweet or savory tamales and the traditional hydrocolloid dish. The atoles are highly recommended as there are several flavors.

La Estación

Among its specialties are the tacos cream, eggs and corned rieleros; the atmosphere is familiar and with a nice view of the Plaza of Three Centuries.