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Hotel Casa Gonzalez
Ranked #28 of 312 Hotels in Mexico City
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Reviewed 20 March 2011

Casa G, as we all call it, has been gathering our work team quite often for the past 3 years and will continue to do so. It is a modest and inviting place that very simply - works. Even if one's Spanish is lacking, those on the kind and very professional staff -- even those who do not speak English -- will always make sure one's needs are met. The rooms are clean and vary in size from teeny (with one individual bed) to huge and they take care to find a room to meet your needs. We have held interviews and receptions here (easy access for guests), late night meetings, both in the courtyard and in a meeting room, and capucinos at any hour thanks to the lovely little internet café. Our project is staffed by internationals and is grant-driven so the price tag and the global atmosphere make Casa G a perfect place to work in or to return to after a long day.

  • Stayed: March 2011, travelled on business
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Reviewed 19 March 2011

Comfy beds, nice bathrooms, beautiful dining room and courtyard, interrnet access...perfect!

  • Stayed: March 2011, travelled on business
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Reviewed 17 March 2011

We found Jorge and his staff to be so helpful. It was just a pleasure to stay here. They told us about places to eat, what we should see, made bus reservations for us when we went to San Miguel for several days, called taxis and walked us out to talk to taxi drivers. Etc. Etc.

All the rooms are different. Because we left for several days and came back, we stayed in 3 different rooms. Our favorite was on the second floor in the breakfast house. And eating breakfast with everyone and meeting different people was fun. Loved the staff. We stayed here for 10 days in February. No it's not fancy, but it's so comfortable. Rooms have original oil paintings of women - probably from the 1940s?

If you have any problems, they take care of it. We will stay here again. My sister had stayed here 10 years ago and recommended it to us because she also liked the caring atmosphere.
And you get free internet in your room, or out in the court yards.

  • Stayed: February 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 15 March 2011

Two blocks from Reforma in Mexico City and no noise during the day and at night. Small little place with free Internet, free breakfast and small, but very comfortable, clean rooms. For 650 pesos (about 50$US), really worth it. You can't find cheaper in this part of town.

  • Stayed: March 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 31 January 2011

The service was very nice and professional and accommodating. The rooms are basic, clean and comfortable. The price was nice and the breakfasts were very tasty, if just a touch expensive ($60 pesos for anything above the Continental (free) provided with the room. The location is fantastic, near many tourist attractions by cheap taxi. The staff helped us book a tour and answered our questions concerning how to navigate the city.

We wish the tipping policy was better explained. We left a tip at each breakfast and in the room for the cleaning staff, but they like a lump sum at check-out to be divided amongst themselves.

The hotel has an amazing collection of original paintings, mostly portraits and landscapes.

  • Stayed: January 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 13 January 2011

This is a great place for anyone looking for an alternative to large hotels and/or to tourist zones. It is small boutique hotel / inn that has a handful of rooms that open up to shared courtyards. The charming rooms are decorated with antique furniture and artwork, so it has a real down-home feel. The bed was a little firm and the floor squeaked a little, but we got used to that. Breakfast is served by a friendly staff in a communal dining room that is quite conducive to sharing travel tips with other guests. They have travel books that you can borrow and they give you a map of the area. In short, you can exploring the big city and then come home to the charm and warmth of a B&B!
The location is worth noting. It is in the Zona Rosa district, which is not the heart of tourist activity. It is a ten minute walk from the metro and then you can commute to the sights. This was a plus for us and gave us a real local flavor, but could be a downside for someone who wants to be within walking distance of the Historic District, etc. Also, the immediate blocks surrounding the hotel are somewhat suburban and not that populated in the evening. We felt safe, but the quiet street could make the less experienced or less urban traveler feel a little unsettled in the evening.
Overall, we really liked it and would stay again!

  • Stayed: December 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 10 January 2011

My sister and I got a room on the second floor (after a bit of discussion after our reservation had not remembered this request) which had a big window that opened over the courtyard. The breakfast was excellent. Hotel has plenty of character: pretty tile in our bathroom; portraits hanging in all the rooms and hallways; nice places to sit outside; free pitchers of filtered water. Although in the center of the city, it was quiet and protected. Absolutely recommend it and plan to go back.

  • Stayed: March 2010, travelled with friends
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Address: Calle Rio Sena 69, Mexico City 06500, Mexico
Region: Mexico > Central Mexico and Gulf Coast > Mexico City
Amenities:
Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Restaurant Room Service Suites Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#11 Family Hotel in Mexico City
#12 Best Value Hotel in Mexico City
#17 Green Hotel in Mexico City
#18 Business Hotel in Mexico City
#21 Romantic Hotel in Mexico City
Price Range: £36 - £52 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Hotel Casa Gonzalez 3*
Number of rooms: 33
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The most important is that we want to make this your home away from home, at an accessible price.Casa Gonzalez is four old homes surrounded by courtyards and gardens of different eras that have been adapted to make a home for travelers. The two original homes were built by the current owners grandfather in the mid 1920's.One of the houses belonged to a famous movie star, Lupe Velez (who married Johnny Weissmuller for a few years).The latest addition was built in the early 1940's by a relatively well know architect, Roberto Buenrostro, as his private residence. The guest house started operating in the early 30's by the grandmother and great grandmother of the current owners. ... more   less 
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