I booked this hotel because the price was right ($20 for a king size room) and the reviews on booking.com were good. My only concern when booking it was the distance to the historic center - it is 2 1\2 miles to the Alameda. But that actually turned out not to be a problem - buses run every couple of minutes and you can get to the Alameda in ten minutes. When in the central city, to get back to the hotel, catch any bus on Reforma heading north that says "Villa". It is a 20 minute walk to the nearest subway - either Misterios or Valle Gomez.
I booked a room for one night but ended up staying nine nights. The room was very large (see pictures) with a large flat screen TV and chair. Bed was comfortable. WiFi was excellent in the room. Desk staff were friendly and the room was cleaned daily with fresh towells. The only downside I encountered is the walls are thin and you can hear voices and the television in adjacent rooms if the talking is loud. But of course you should always bring earplugs when traveling.
I liked the neighborhood and felt safe although I was usually in my room by 9. There is a large market (Beethoven Mercado) at the corner of Beethoven/Patti streets that closes at 6. There is a wonderful, wide walking path in the center median strip that goes all the way to the Guadalupe Basilica and would be great for doing a daily constitutional (the walk takes about an hour and there is a Walmart about half way there.
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