Guanajuato's third most populated city, Celaya is centrally located in the heart of Mexico. Close to commercial and industrial cities such as Leon and Queretaro, and not far from the charming towns of Guanajuato and San Miguel de Allende, Celaya provides over 500 guestrooms and ample space for meetings and social events for up to 500 guests.
Located on the PanAmerican Highway, Celaya has been an important destination for industry and commerce, known as the "Eye of the Bajio". Celaya's insdustries include cereal production, growing corn and alfalfa, as well as electrodomestics, machinery and steel. Celaya is famous for its artisan products, noteably cajeta or dulce de leche.
Celaya has 9 great hotels perfect for groups and meetings, such as the Casa Inn Celaya, a comfortable yet modern 9-story building with 129 guestrooms and suites, as well as meeting space for up to 500 people. The Gran Hotel Campestre is a great option for social events, incentive groups, banquets and weddings, with 79 guestrooms, a conference room for up to 40 people, an outdoor pool and lovely garden spaces fit for groups of up to 120 people.