I love this hotel. Lost cost, a pool, helpful staff, great food nearby - What's not to love. The rooms are clean. You are walking distance to the Centro Historico, The Alameda and the Zona Rosa. Lots of great cafes near there too (I love Cielito Lindo on Reforma just around the…
ubicacion perfecta, rooms small and very old, the TV must have 30 years airconditioning is managed from a long distance you have no control, service and price excelent the staff is great, taxix at the airport are available for two hundres pesos if you take a taxi in the street…
This place is great because it's location and you don't pay what you could on other expensive hotels around this area. The staff are nice and the rooms are big so good value. Also, the business center and the roof pool are a great surprise.
Hotel standard, not very clean, lousy service. normal. Close to cool places. But at night in the street is dangerous. The hotel has some disgusting curtains, and a carpet that for those who are allergic, take very antihistaminic.
Like it's a hotel to spend weekend if you are on budget! Cheaper than a Hostel if you are going with somebody. Location is really good! But it's dirty! It smells. And It's trapped on the 80's. You can't complain for what you pay.. Still it's very convenient.
"close to the main streets of Mexico City, perfect location"
"You will need an electric outlet adapter, for the ones they have are old!"
"I think if you get a room on the top floors overseeing the city will be terrific, since the hotel has a great location."
"Corner suite FTW."
"Rooms on the inside facing the interior courtyard-type openings instead of the street are cheaper, and my guess is that they'd be quieter as well."