I spent a few nights here with my wife during our stay in Mexico City, because there weren't rooms available in other more central hostels. This hostel is in a safe neighborhood, only a 20 minutes walk from the center (Zócalo) and close to the Hidalgo metro stop in case you don't feel like walking (at only 3 pesos per trip, metro is really cheap).
Our private room with bathroom was big, but not particularly clean. The shower was very comfortable and hot water was always available. Free Internet and cable TV were working properly. The included breakfast was abundant and good, with American coffee, fresh milk, pancakes, quesadillas, fruits, toasts, and homemade jam. There was free mineral water always available in the kitchen and it was possible to buy other drinks directly at the hostel for a reasonable price. Also, just around the corner there was a grocery store open 24 hours a day.
The staff was friendly and eager to help. They stored our luggage free of charge for a whole day after checkout and provided us with a cheap taxi service to the airport. They also offered organized trips with the popular Wayak agency with direct pickup at the hostel.
Overall, I'd recommend this hostel for a pleasant (and affordable) stay in Mexico City.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are a small, cozy, design hostel located very close to Mexico City’s downtown, close to public transportation and tourist attractions. Our goal is you to have the best home experience. We serve breakfast every day and we give you personal attention. Tours and activities can be customized depending on your mood, budget and lifestyle. You are very welcome to be part of our family. ... more less
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- Hostel Suites DF Mexico City