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A nice property with good staff. Rooms are nicely appointed and well maintained. Seems the card readers are a little touchy. Even after getting rekeyed I'd have to try multiple times before it registered in the elevator, room and lounge access readers. The executive lounge...More
This was my 2nd visit to this hotel . It is located across a street from the Consulate to get a VISA. You don't need go nowhere else to eat but at this hotel. Their morning buffet is the best in the area. Which I...More
Fantastic location on the Reforma and services were great overall. Price is not cheap for what it offers (without breakfast) in my opinion and I would suggest a few small improvements:
1. Kettle instead of a coffee filter would be great - some of us...More
First class, friendly and professional on every level. Excellent location and the attention to detail is obvious. Take the time to meet Edith in the lobby bar as she is amazing! This is my 5 time at this hotel and for sure will be the...More
My stay in this hotel has been overall fantastic. Great room, great lounge, great service. But what made the difference was the attention of the security manager J. Manuel Navarro. I had the bad experience to be robbed in Mexico subway. Someone took my cell...More
Equipped with some of the best discotheques, bars, boutiques and bistros, Zona Rosa is perfect for those looking to have a great time to socialize, have fun and be part of the great LGBT community in Mexico City. Day or night, it’s possible to spend the entire time exploring, drinking, dancing and shopping while being amazed by its classic yet eclectic European style. Reforma’s luxury hotels and world renowned
sculptures such as El Ángel de la Independencia give Paseo de la Reforma a wonderful atmosphere along the corridor, a beautiful place for a long and romantic walk.
Response from CHRISTENPOMPA | Reviewed this property |
The earthquake affected la condesa and la roma neighborhoods really bad and many buildings in the south of the city. all the tourist areas are pretty safe like reforma, bellas artes, polanco, chapultepec and downtown.
Response from Jennifer D | Reviewed this property |
There are no self-serve laundry facilities on-site. If the hotel's own laundry charges are exorbitant, I'd suggest asking the Concierge about laundromats. I don't recall seeing anything locally but there may well be one... More
There are no self-serve laundry facilities on-site. If the hotel's own laundry charges are exorbitant, I'd suggest asking the Concierge about laundromats. I don't recall seeing anything locally but there may well be one. If not, there are also laundromats & dry cleaners in most cities that offer pick-up/drop-off service for less than the hotels charge.