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This is a boutique hotel like a bed and breakfast, not a Best Western. It's an old family mansion with 20' cielings, wrought iron, old style fixtures and really awesome interior decorating. It's artsy. I usually don't eat breakfast but it was custom made on the spot and best I've had. Neighborhood is quiet middle class Mexico City excellent taco joints and restaurants nearby. I'm a biz traveler will stay here all the time. No TV, no central heating, but excellent wi-fi so don't need a TV. Clean, interesting place to stay in a safe quiet neighborhood. Staff was friendly and told history of the property, but again not like a Sheraton general mgr more of a caretaker. Bottle of wine with friends, girlfriend, definitely would be a great spot.

Let’s not sugarcoat it: the San Rafael neighborhood is probably not where 9/10 people from the US or any sophisticated travler looking for beauty and amenities will want to be. El Patio 77 finds itself on many best-of lists and comes up as top LGBT destination. It’s a wonderful little place. But someone needs to speak up and let everyone know that if you stay here, you are going to be off the beaten path. Sure you can walk to great places, but it’s not a pretty walk. That said, San Rafael is very Mexican and middle class. It’s worth a walk around if you stay here. There are some old crumbling vestiges of grandeur. And a handful of Mexican hippies walking dogs.

A nice place to stay. A bit pricey, but near the centro and a very artsy type of experience.

Icazbalceta 77 Mexico City CDMX

Hotel highlights

  • Close to Monument to the Revolution and Paseo de la Reforma
  • Free full breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Concierge services

Located in Downtown Mexico City, El Patio 77 is within a mile (2 km) of popular sights such as Monument to the Revolution and The Angel of Independence Monument. This 8-room, 3.5-star bed & breakfast welcomes guests with conveniences like free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and concierge services.


Dining

Free full breakfast is served each morning from 8 AM to 10 AM. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service.


Rooms

The 8 rooms are soundproofed and have an array of amenities, including free local calls, safes, and desks. Guests can expect to find free WiFi. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer free toiletries.


Property features

At El Patio 77, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, a computer station, and laundry facilities. Front-desk staff can answer questions 24/7, and assist with concierge services, dry cleaning/laundry, and luggage storage. This bed & breakfast also has a garden.

Room options

Junior Suite, 1 Bedroom

1 Queen Bed | 1 Double Bed | Sleeps 2

Suite (Courtyard view or City view)

1 King Bed | 1 Queen Bed | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for El Patio 77

Everyone (2)
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Business Business

This is a boutique hotel like a bed and breakfast, not a Best Western. It's an old family mansion with 20' cielings, wrought iron, old style fixtures and really awesome interior decorating. It's artsy. I usually don't eat breakfast but it was custom made on the spot and best I've had. Neighborhood is quiet middle class Mexico City excellent taco joints and restaurants nearby. I'm a biz traveler will stay here all the time. No TV, no central heating, but excellent wi-fi so don't need a TV. Clean, interesting place to stay in a safe quiet neighborhood. Staff was friendly and told history of the property, but again not like a Sheraton general mgr more of a caretaker. Bottle of wine with friends, girlfriend, definitely would be a great spot.

By , from Phoenix on Dec 10, 2020

3
Everyone

Let’s not sugarcoat it: the San Rafael neighborhood is probably not where 9/10 people from the US or any sophisticated travler looking for beauty and amenities will want to be. El Patio 77 finds itself on many best-of lists and comes up as top LGBT destination. It’s a wonderful little place. But someone needs to speak up and let everyone know that if you stay here, you are going to be off the beaten path. Sure you can walk to great places, but it’s not a pretty walk. That said, San Rafael is very Mexican and middle class. It’s worth a walk around if you stay here. There are some old crumbling vestiges of grandeur. And a handful of Mexican hippies walking dogs.

By , from Princeton on Oct 22, 2018

Review comment responded on Oct 26, 2018

Rob, We are happy to hear that you liked our hotel, our staff, our breakfasts and of course and your experience with us. It is very important to know all of this so we can be better for you and other guests. Regarding to neighborhood, we are sorry that your experience wasn´t so great, it is of course one of the oldest around the city, so this would be the main reason that it is not meant for all travelers, since they may found it more traditional. Indeed The San Rafael it is emblematic/iconic for Mexico City because there is a lot of folklore and it is one of the phew neighborhoods that keeps ingrained its traditions, this is the reason why people stay here, because they are willing to see the real Mexico, of course it is not fancy so the streets are not as in other neighborhoods. We hope that your remaining experience at the city it is very pleascent for you, and that you have a great time during your vacations.

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Everyone

A nice place to stay. A bit pricey, but near the centro and a very artsy type of experience.

By , from Oregon on Mar 16, 2016

Review comment responded on Jun 30, 2016

Thanks a lot for this comment. Your opinion is really important for us. We do have a map of reccomendations in the area. It is provided in each room. For the next time we will be sure of give it to you. El patio 77

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