Many years ago, the property where the hotel is today belonged to the Queen of England. The company “Blue Circle”, which the Queen owned, built one of the first cement factories in Latin America.
The Resort consists of 12 hectares of wooded areas, taking advantage of each space and corner of the original construction.
Real del Bosque Resort was born from a great dream, each space has a magical story behind it.
The historic pool was inaugurated by the England Olympic team that attended the 1968 Mexico Olympics. Therefore, emotion and feeling are still perceived from those unforgettable moments.
Every detail… every moment… every space… has its mysticism and teaching. When the company still belonged to the English, tee time was served where the lobby of the hotel is today. We can still enjoy those aromas of teas and sweet delights that the English living in this property enjoyed almost a century ago.
The original tennis courts were one of the first built in America. The golf course is framed by ancient trees that were part of the landscape architecture that the English brought to this property, the golf course is located where they originally played cricket.
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TILH has been constituted by an alliance between the Government of Hidalgo, Hutchison Port Holdings Limited (HPH), the port and related services division of CK Hutchison Holdings Limited (CK Hutchison), and the UNNE Group (Business Union), corporate leader in logistics and transportation in different modalities operating in Mexico, South America and Central America.
The major attraction of the site is Pyramid B also called the Pyramid of Quetzalcoatl or of the Morning Star. It is a five-tiered structure similar to the Temple of the Warriors at Chichen Itza. At the top of Pyramid B are four massive columns each carved in the likeness of Toltec warriors which once supported the roof of the temple on top of the pyramid. Each warrior figure is of basalt, four meters high, with an atlatl or spear thrower, incense, a butterfly shaped chest plate and a back plate in the shape of a solar disk. A large vestibule fronts the pyramid and connects it to nearby buildings. Today this vestibule and building (Building C) are a space filled with broken columns. Building C is better known as the Burnt Palace named after evidence that it was burned. This pyramid is also surrounded by the Coatepantli or serpent wall, which was later the inspiration for a similar structure in Tenochtitlan.
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Carretera Tula – San Marcos Km 2
Tula de Allende, Hidalgo. 42800. México.
Hotel Real del Bosque