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Fiesta Inn Centro Historico

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

A convenient hotel and not too far from the historic attractions in the center of the city. If you're American, and miss your burgers, McDonalds is right below. The rooms are spacious and clean but there appears to be a lack of understanding that two people need two towels, two hand towels and two facecloths. We're good friends but we do not share our towels. In the evening, we walked to the Palacio de Bellas Artes and watched an amazing performance of the Ballet Folkloricor. The neighbourhood was safe for two women walking back at night. At $113 US a night, it is pricey. The rooms are not sound proof. At night we could hear the neighbouring patrons engaged in what should be private activity!!!

There are many hotels downtown Mexico City, with prices ranging from cheap to very expensive. This hotel is well located, and it is not as expensive as many others. It is within walking distance of many tourist attractions and cultural centers downtown.

I just stayed 1 night, the location is one the best things about the hotel, just across the street from the Alameda, a few blocks away from Madero and Bellas artes. The staff is very friendly, all of them. The rooms are clean and nice, maybe some small improvements at the bathroom but nothing big. The location is the best of this hotel, it also is like inside of a shopping mall, it has some stores, some restaurants and a nice coffe place, it's also so close from the main streets of centro histórico. From now this hotel is going to be my first choice at Mexico City.

If you are looking for a budget hotel, clean, good service with a great location, this is your hotel! The hotel is located walking distance to some of the most iconic buildings/places in mexico city. 1km walking to the Socalo, museo del templo mayor and Palacio Nacional. The rooms were very clean, modern and spacious...dont expect nothing luxurious, but if you are gonna be there for a couple of nights, its ok! The staff was very friendly.

Our family stayed at Emperio Reforma for 3 nights. The rooms were a bit small but nice and clean. The A/C was malfunctioning and blowing hot air. The room felt hot as soon as we walked in, we reported it to reception but when the technician came in he said the room was hot because we had opened the window. That night we slept over the covers since the temperature in the room was 26 degrees Celsius( about 79 degrees Fahrenheit). The next day we experience the same problem, but this time when the technician came in he agreed that it was extremely hot and finally we were move to a different room a tiny bit more spacious. The breakfast buffet was delish and staff was always polite!

The hotel is moderately inexpensive and perfectly located for most tourist activities. It has anything you might need but nothing extra. Our room was clean but badly needed a paint job. Friendly staff. We will return.

There is nothing Fiesta like in the Fiesta Inn centro Historico. It is a usual business style hotel... Meaning that it really is not a place for those who are looking for a place with an atmosphere or for an exotic or typical hotel. But it is perfectly clean. The service and staff is good and helpfull (Although I have mixed feelings about some of the restaurant part). It is indeed well located (but not so easy to find). Even if I have no hard feelings toward the place, next time in Mexico city, I will be looking for someplace more genuine, that has more atmosphere. On the other hand, if you are looking to do business in Mexico City and just want a modern and clean good hotel room, it could be your place.

The rooms were heated and it was conveniently located inside a small shopping center with a bank and ATM. It was in the Centro Histórico (Historic Center) right in the center of this beautiful city. We walked EVERYWHERE every day. So no need for taxis, so I can't tell you about that experience. The food in the shopping center was mediocre at best, but just walk a few feet & next door at Hilton's is El Cardenal, premier restaurant. And around the corner is DELICIOUS street food.

We spent just one night at the Fiesta Inn. We had been traveling all day and got into town after dark. Since we had never been to the hotel before, we were following Google maps, which was as confused as we were in trying to located the hotel. While the entrance is located on Avenida Juarez, the parking garage is located on Jose Azueta and if you're expecting signage of any size, you'll be fooled. We circled the block two or three times before we saw the tiny sign above a single lane entry/exit to the parking garage that is shared by the mall the sits under the hotel. You'll wait your turn for those exiting before you can enter. Once inside the parking garage, you'll have to proceed to the main floor by the food court and take the elevator to the hotel lobby. Again, signage is scarce. Once in the lobby, check in was quick and easy. We got our keys and headed to our room. We were in room 239, facing Ave Juarez and the Alameda Central park. Having a nice view of the park was great but was also noisy from the street with sirens on a regular basis and lots of traffic. The room was clean and modern with plenty of space and a nice bathroom with tub and shower. The bed was comfortable with plenty of pillows. The A/C worked fine but was noisy as it turned on and off through out the night. Plenty of hot water in the shower and plenty of nice soft towels. The hotel is a short 5 block walk to the Palace of Fine Arts, the post office building (very ornate) lots of restaurantes and museums and other sites. Another 7 blocks to the Metropolitan Cathedral, Constitucion Plaza, the National Palace and the Tlaloc Temple. Pleasant stay and LOTS to see very close. Price was good and quality was good. Would consider staying again in the future.

An easy choice for a centrally located hotel. Staff was very easy and supportive. Very adequate breakfast, It is an easy walk to the Zocalo and the Cathedral. The Palace of Belles Arte is a different direction, but again q walking distance. Go see both.

Av. Juarez 76, Col. Centro Mexico City DF

Located in Downtown Mexico City, Fiesta Inn Centro Historico is within a 5-minute walk of Alameda Central and within 15 minutes of other popular attractions like Palacio de Bellas Artes. This 140-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and a fitness center. It's in central Historic Center and also a short walk from Torre Latinoamericana and Palacio Postal.


Dining

In addition to a meal at the onsite restaurant, you can also enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. Start your day off with buffet breakfast, available for a fee.


Rooms

The 140 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including coffee makers, free bottled water, and safes. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and cable TV. Bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, hair dryers, and free toiletries. Phones, ironing boards, and desks are also available.


Property features

Fiesta Inn Centro Historico features a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and a business center. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry and securing valuables. Additional amenities include a kids' club, coffee/tea in a common area, and express check-in.

Room options

Executive Room, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

76% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 553 reviews