Quality Inn Aguascalientes3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
This is a very good hotel, the price is very good you get what you pay for and the staff is very friendly, the location is very good too since it is just in front of the Cathedral and Plaza Patria just in downtown, the only downside it is that since it is very near this point you hear a lot of noise from the outside in your room and the furniture is very old, but if you don't mind the noise from the outside it is very good, otherwise you better ask for a room with an internal view away from the street. The only problem I had was that air conditioning was not working, but the room was in a good temperature since it was winter time, the rest is very good.
Compared to our stay in another hotel in town earlier in our trip, this place is good deal. The room was clean, comfortable, and well maintained. You couldn't have a better location, as you're literally on the plaza in El Centro, which we could see from our room. The included continental breakfast buffet was very good. It included fresh fruit, yogurt, juices, Mexican pastries, bread (toaster available), cold cereals with milk, and plenty of decent coffee from the attentive servers. There is a hot buffet available for an additional fee, but it didn't look appealing enough to try.
We stayed in the Quality Inn for three nights as American tourists. The quality of the hotel surpassed our experience with mid-priced chain hotels in the US. Our room was on the 4th (top) floor overlooking Plaza de la Patria and the cathedral. We loved looking out our window at the Plaza and the skyline dotted with churches and templos. Hearing the church bells ringing and local live music was an extra-special touch. All outdoor noise ceased at 18:00. The room was quiet. The fourth floor has a very nice workout room across from the elevators. The room (410) was clean and well appointed with a queen bed, bedside lamps/tables, a table with two chairs, dresser, two mirrors, and a desk. A bottle of water was provided for each of us daily. Bathroom was beautiful with all natural tile on walls, floor, and counter, and a glass walk in shower. Shampoo, soap, lotion, sewing kit, hair dryer, and iron/ironing board were provided. Shower, faucet, and toilet water pressure was good. Hot water was instant. Towels and sheets were freshly laundered and changed daily. Duvet was very cozy. Extra blankets and pillows were in the hall closet. Our only minor complaint was the bed, although nice and firm, might have been a bit too firm. Free WiFi worked well. The lobby was beautiful and grand. Reception desk staff was very helpful. Knowing Spanish would help as very few people in Aguascalientes, including hotel and restaurant staff, speak English. The lobby opens up directly to the Plaza. Hotel elevators and restaurant were off the lobby. While standing about 50 feet outside of the building we were still able to use the hotel WiFi to request Uber. The restaurant serves two different breakfast plans. The continental breakfast that comes free with the room includes all you can eat various cereals, juices/horchata, sliced breads, jams, a great assortment of fresh pastries (yum) or donuts, a variety of yogurt flavors, fresh cut up fruit (pineapple, papaya, cantelope), and coffee/tea. That worked out well for us. For an additional fee you can get made-to-order eggs and steam tray items that include 4-5 Mexican dishes. We choose not to purchase the extended breakfast since we would be eating many of those items for lunches and dinners in town. The location of the hotel is perfect. Banks, restaurants, taxi pick up areas, tourist streets, and convenience stores (OXXO is like 7-11) are all within a block of the hotel. The Jardin de San Marcos, the municipal building (murals), the Museum of Death, the Posada Museum, the Triana district, restaurant San Antonio, and various food markets (Juarez, etc.) are all within easy walking distance. We always use caution when traveling, but we felt completely safe in the hotel and walking around town. We highly recommend the Aguascalientes Quality Inn and would definitely stay there again.
Given that we only paid 900 pesos, including taxes and with the basic breakfast included, there is nothing to complain about. The location is excellent, the staff is friendly, bathroom and bed are good, WiFi works well. The only thing i didn't like is that immediately outside our window, there was some sort of noisy machine, probably related to the air conditioning. Avoid room 323 if you can...
This was my second time staying here. The location is wonderful. The views! I asked for a room on the top floor with views of the Plaza. Hearing the local musicians play below, as well as the church bells from across the way, just made my heart so happy. The new (to me) water & light features in the plaza was mesmerizing from above in my room and below walking around the entire plaza. The service was great as before. Pay extra $ for the modest breakfast buffet. The free continental bfast is very limited. The lobby is spacious with different sitting areas which can accommodate many different groups of people at a time. I am hoping to return next year and plan to stay at Quality Inn Aguascalientes.
This is a wonderful hotel in the city center. The breakfast does cost about $5.00 but is worth every penny. The staff was helpful, even with my lack of fluent Spanish. We requested a city view and got a balcony to boot. Wonderful wood and marble surroundings.
Location was great (my room overlooked the Plaza - and was privy to a very good symphonic band concert through an open window). Dead quiet otherwise. Everything was slickly professional from reception and parking our car to our room's amenities. Good breakfast. The only thing lacking was a touch of the unusual.
Just got married in Aguascalientes and had my family and wedding party stay at the Quality Inn. This hotel is perfectly located to enjoy the historical downtown and the Fair of San Marcos if you are there in the spring time. This hotel is well maintained and very clean. The customer service is way above expectations and the staff treated us like family while we were there. They went out of their way to help us secure taxis and shuttle rides to the airport. The breakfast is amazing and just a few pesos to upgrade to a hot breakfast, well worth it! This is by far the best hotel and a great value for any stay in Aguascalientes. We had a few people stay at the more expensive Marriott and they wished they would have stayed at the Quality Inn. Thanks to all the staff who made our wedding weekend so special!
In my business trips I have stayed in some hotels of this chain, but this caught my attention because despite being very up to date with the most modern comforts, the hotel retains an ancient spirit of the city and the colonial period It does this very well this chain to blend the modern with rustic wood finishes era. Facing the square of the city is a great place to stay and if you like walking in the mornings find many shops within walking distance as well as the cathedral of Aguascalientes. At night there is no noise because the streets that surround it are small and there is no traffic, the strip passes under a bridge just below the center of the city. Here you'll find free WiFi and continental breakfast included A very special experience for connoisseurs.
We recently stayed at this hotel based on reviews on Tripadvisor and found this to be a great choice, particularly if you plan to explore the historic center of town. Most of the major attractions are within easy walking distance. The hotel is nicely decorated and well maintained with helpful staff and some English spoken. The continental breakfast provided is basic with fruits, cereals, yogurts and breads, coffee and fresh juice with excellent service by the staff. A full breakfast buffet is available for a cost. Aguascalientes itself is a large industrial city, however, there are some nice churches and gardens that are worth seeing. They also have several museums, although we only visited the "Museum of the Dead" which was quite interesting but beware that all of the descriptors are in Spanish only (an English brochure is available). All in all, it is worthwhile spending some time exploring what Aguascalientes has to offer.
- Walking distance to Catedral Basilica de Nuestra Senora de la Asuncion and National Museum of Death
- Free continental breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
Located in Downtown Aguascalientes, Quality Inn Aguascalientes is adjacent to Catedral Basilica de Nuestra Senora de la Asuncion and within a 10-minute walk of other popular attractions like National Museum of Death. This 106-room, 3-star hotel has free breakfast along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and free self parking. It's in central Aguascalientes and also a short walk from Aguascalientes Government Palace and Plaza Patria.
Free continental breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning from 7 AM to 10 AM. Explore the hotel and meet new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge, or enjoy a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service.
Quality Inn Aguascalientes's 106 soundproofed rooms provide coffee makers, free bottled water, and phones. Flat-screen TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Beds are dressed in down comforters and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Ironing boards and desks are other standard amenities.
Guests of Quality Inn Aguascalientes enjoy a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and 2 meeting rooms. Free parking is included with your stay. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include a business center, coffee/tea in a common area, and free newspapers.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
68% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 111 reviews