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This hotel is in a great location in Centro, but the rooms are airless and stuffy. I asked for one with a window overlooking the street, but got one overlooking a central well in the building. Fortunately, there are fans in the rooms, but nary...More
Reasonably centrally located but then so are a million other hotels in Mexico City.
The rooms are pretty basic and wifi doesn't work.
My room key reset itself every time I left the room. I complained, got no apology, and they refused to move me...More
It was way over priced for what you get. Wifi does not work well. No bottled water available. Restaurant seemed overpriced. Location is convenient. Beds were a good size. Even though Remodeling was taking place it was quiet with no extra noise.
Certainly clean and with pleasant staff it definitely does the job but it's a little too pricey, lacks atmosphere and isn't really in the best location given the lack of supermarket/grocery stores and proliferation of hardware stores but is within a short walk of the...More
I visit DF as much as possible. I always stay in the same area of Centro. This is one and a half blocks from Alameda Park. Hotel is very nice and clean. Good size room, lots of hot water. Comfy beds. The internet was ok....More
US$51 - US$103 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#28 Best Value Hotel in Mexico City
#63 Business Hotel in Mexico City
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This beautiful park was once the playground for the wealthiest families in the colonial era, and is now the perfect place where locals and visitors can spend a sunny weekend afternoon to relax or shop for souvenirs at the market. Kids can run around or grab a bite of cotton candy while teens and adults wander around admiring the charming gardens and the sculptures that adorn it. Once the heat rises, it may
be time to visit one of the many cozy restaurants or cafés with its characteristic art nouveau facades to cool down and call it a day.
Response from jubliladaviajar | Reviewed this property |
It really depends upon how much luggage you are carting. Taxis from the airport (only take secure taxis) are about $18. Buy from marked ticket booths. Taxis back to the airport are about half that price if hailed on the... More
It really depends upon how much luggage you are carting. Taxis from the airport (only take secure taxis) are about $18. Buy from marked ticket booths. Taxis back to the airport are about half that price if hailed on the street. If you are traveling light, the metrobus is the other option. Subways (the metro) take too much negotiating (stairs, etc.). Buy your ticket for metrobus in the airport. You will have to buy a card which you can load with money. The metrobus costs 30 pesos (about $1.80) into town. Take it to Bellas Artes or to the stop past it. Both work. Walk across the Alemeda (the park). The hotel is on Luis Moya, central to the park...a couple of blocks. The trip in to the hotel from the airport should take about 20 minutes to half hour by taxi and an hour or so by metrobus and walking. Hope this helps