Excellent staff including housekeeping; very secure, next to U.S. embassy; very good location, on the edge of the Zona Rosa near Chapultepec Park, across from the Angel statue; big hotel with lots of services, shops and restaurants. Join the Starwood Preferred program. Very good deal on the weekend.
The most impressive thing about this hotel was the staff. They were very courteous and helpful. Most spoke English very well. I should have asked how many other languages because the guests seemed to speak a lot of different languages. This is a business hotel. Someone said it was the largest in Mexico City. It is right next to the US embassy so there are lots of police and private security in the area. There were also guys standing around the lobby in black suits that were obviously part of security - all were quite courteous. Though not my first time in Mexico, this was my first time in Mexico City. I was a little paranoid and the Sheraton was just the place to stay while dipping my toe into La Ciudad De Mexico (wow!). I am far less paranoid now. We stayed here twice on this visit, overnight going into Mexico on the way to San Miguel De Allende and six days at the end of our visit. The first night was in the old part of the hotel and at the end in the tower. Both rooms were nice and the beds were great. After reading tripadvisor I joined the Starwood Preferred program before making my reservation. Maybe that's why we had nice rooms. They certainly took note of my membership. I also made my reservation through the AAA website not Sheraton's. The Sheraton website had the best price but AAA's was refundable and not that much more and I got the wifi, breakfast (not great but sufficient - a businessman's kind of thing with good fruit and juice), and the gym included. The rooms had a safe, three phones?, a window that opened a little, giant towels, and they left four little bottles of water everyday. I called housekeeping every afternoon upon returning and they would immediately bring me as many additional free little bottles of water as I wanted. There is a Sanborns next door to the hotel that had a little of everything including a popular and affordable restaurant. I really enjoyed Mexico City. It was very affordable. The Sheraton cost me about $110 on the weekend and about $140 during the week. I'm ready to go back, maybe a long weekend. My friend commented that it wasn't Mexican. I assured him that everything in La Ciudad is real Mexican. The Maria Isabele was affordably slick Mexican. There are two krispy kreems within short walking distance.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Sheraton Mexico City Maria Isabel Hotel is perfectly located in Mexico City's financial district, across from the Angel of Independence. Our elegant hotel in Mexico City offers 756 Rooms, including 67 suites and 5 penthouses. All guest rooms features Sweet Sleeper Beds and Wireless Internet Access. Services and amenities at our hotel include: 2 Restaurants: Amici and Manhattan Deli. 1 Mexican Bar: Jorongo with a tradicional Mariachi Lobby bar & Sushi bar Parking Area Pet Friendly More than twenty rooms for events and parties. Sheraton Mexico City Maria Isabel offers a business center area with Link-Sheraton Technology by Microsoft. Our hotel has been repeatedly awarded the Four Diamond rating by the AAA. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sheraton Maria Isabel Hotel
- Sheraton Mexico City Maria Isabel Hotel
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