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Recent guest reviews

Thank you so much for making my last two days in your country very convenient, comfortable and affordable. I stayed in room with two beds (though I needed only one). Bathroom was good, two bottles of water every day. 7 minutes on foot to the city center. We enjoyed the restaurant as well: good meals and, again, not expensive at all. When we realized we were late to the airport waiters packed our dinner ‘to go’. All the staff was very nice. Ideal variant for tourists who want to see the city center ☺️

Me and my friend stayed at the hotel for 5 nights. Location: Hotel is located at a very good spot. Only a couple minutes walk from the hotel to Pino Suarez subway station and about 10 to 15 minutes walk to Zocalo. Room: Clean but smal and diml, no AC (they provided a fan), no fridge. WiFi was poor for a couple days while we were staying over there. Clean bathroom, big and comfy beds but flat pillows (they provided 2 pillows/ bed, so no problem for me). Service: Staffs were polite and helpful. You may reserve one-day trips at the front, but I don't recommend you to do that if you can travel yourself. We reserved a trip to Puebla and Cholula. The trip was just fine. It was too rush, but our guild was knowledgeable.

My partner and I stayed in Hotel castropol during our trip around Mexico and loved it. The room was spacious with a comfortable, big bed. It has great curtains which we had not had in many other accommodations around Mexico. The bathroom was clean and there was hot water all of the time. The room got cleaned daily and clean towels. There was free drinking water provided in the rooms which was a nice touch. The restaurant in the hotel was really good and cheap if you want something quick to eat. There was security at the front desk 24/7 which made us feel safe in Mexico city. The hotel is within walking distance to most attractions in the city and if it is not uber is super cheap. We loved our stay at Hotel Castropol and would definitely recommend it to others.

Amazing location and very good for the price. Very clean room; no AC, but a good tower fan good enough to refresh the room; water and a safe box very useful; helpful staff; the best thing its that you check out but they keep your luggage until you are ready to go to the airport.

If you're looking for a sweet little place to spend your sight seeing stay in Mexico City this is it! Location, location, location. Walking distance from many of the city's most need to see historic/cultural sites. Both subway and bus stations a couple of blocks away. Fine dining in some of Mexico's most authentic Mexican restaurants within a 3 to 5 minute walk. And if you're into shopping you'll find whatever you're looking for, especially shoes, at incredibly low prices, surrounding you in all directions. The hotel itself is a gem. Recently remodeled, the rooms are clean, comfortable, and budget friendly. The staff are polite, helpful and very knowledgeable. Service is excellent and very friendly. I couldn't be happier with my choice.

I was a couple of times in this Hotel. Good location to visit Down Town of the city, good breakfast and perfect underground parking. The only annoying in the room was the showers that extremely difficult to make it work, some time comes a boiling water some times cold was a challenge to mix the water at the right temperature. The romms were very clean. I recommend it.

This is a nice hotel on walking distance from Zocalo and merely 20min from the airport. They provide the room with free bottles of water and this was also the only place we stayed at during our 20 days trip that replaced them with new ones the next day. It's quite a high hotel, but there's only one small elevator. That results in a very slow elevator service, often making it faster to walk 5 floors instead of waiting.

This is a comfy-not-ostentatious business hotel around the corner from the Pino Suarez train station and about five minutes to the Zocalo historic district of La Ciudad de Mexico. Aside from its enviable central location, the other come-on is the relatively inexpensive price of the accommodations. Adding to the appeal is the surrounding commercial area bustling with shops, restaurants, government offices and the regular on-goings at the wide expanse of Plaza de la Constitution. The room is spacious with its own en suite bathroom, TV plus strong wifi. There is a restaurant on the second level if one doesn`t want to savor the array of culinary options in the area. Surprisingly, it`s quiet inside the hotel, a diversion from all the action outside. The Metropolitan Cathedral , the Museo del Ciudad de Mexico, Museo del Templo Mayor and the Supreme Court, among other important sites, can be easily reached by a few minutes of walking along Avenue Pino Suarez . All other attractions of this expansive metropolis, such as Museo del Bellas Artes, are easily accessible by the metro train which has a cheap flat fare per direction. Mexico City is a huge place to explore but it is to the visitor`s relief to return to Hotel Castropol later for rest and recovery.

This is the worst hotel you could pick in Mexico City. The cleaner plays loud music at 7:00am and wakes you up everyday and they even lies in the offer. They don’t have any printing service but have only a broken printer and even lied to us the repair man is coming to fix and when we checked in because we didn’t trust them on the phone, no one was even working. They didn’t give us any alternative option because I needed to print out the tickets desperately until we asked for. And we just got a circle on the map. We asked for the name and phone number of the shop, which should be pretty easy for a concierge. No corporation was offered. We don’t speak Spanish and it was Sunday. No guarantee that the store was open! Never try this hotel. Your stay will be completely ruined. Good luck team. Nice representation of Mexico!

I stayed here in November of 2017. And just came back to Chicago from here again. On March 7th. Fans are in all the rooms now. You don't need to ask for one. I was told, with all the pounding and noise for the last couple of days I was there. They are putting in air conditioning. When I went in the 2nd floor restaurant in 2017. I was seated. Then waited a long time. And the menu was all in Spanish. So I walked out. And I don't want to try it again. No smiles. Or friendly Welcome. The other negative point I want to make. Is they don't have. Or know what a Do Not Disturb sign is. To put on your door. The cleaning staff seem Great. But. If you tell them through the door. No service today. They will come back again later. And the front desk, will even call on the phone. After you tell them a second time. Nothing today. So. You have to get up. open the door. Tell them No Thank you. Not today. Then they will leave you alone. It's busy, great, and safe, outside in the day time. But after 9 or 10 at night. It's not a fun place to be walking around. Not just at the Hotel. It's for many blocks around. All the the way to the Zocalo plaza. About 5 or more blocks away. I put Not sure for the Desk. Or work space. Because there is a very small space by a mirror and hair dryer. Before you enter the bathroom. So. There is some space. But not the best. And Juan is the best Bellhop. He runs to open the doors for you, if he is not near it when you enter. Wants to help with your bags. And goes above and beyond.

Av. Pino Suarez, 58 Mexico City CDMX

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Ayuntamiento (City Hall) and Plaza de la Constitucion
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free valet and self parking
  • Onsite dining

Located in Historic Center, Hotel Castropol is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Ayuntamiento (City Hall) and Plaza de la Constitucion. This 80-room, 3-star hotel has a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and free valet parking.


Dining

Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. Start your day off with cooked-to-order breakfast, available for a fee.


Rooms

All 80 rooms provide free bottled water, safes, and phones. Guests can expect free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer free toiletries. Desks are also included.


Property features

At Hotel Castropol, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, a computer station, and free newspapers. Free valet parking is included with your stay. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with concierge services, securing valuables, and dry cleaning/laundry.

Room options

Basic Double or Twin Room, 2 Double Beds

Full 2 | Sleeps 2

Basic Triple Room, 2 Queen Beds

Queen 2 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

68.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 463 reviews

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