Hotel de Cortes4.0 out of 5.0
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Staff was extremely accommodating. Hotel is in great location. Rooms are large and have cool style. Air conditioning didn't work!! Hot as hell in rooms. Very loud block. Had to open windows to sleep. Noise woke us up all night. Tons of mosquitos and we all got many mosquito bites. If not for air conditioning and noise we would recommend but cannot because it really effected our stay in a negative way.
Very well located, the rooms are comfortable, the staff was friendly and helpfull, is close to all the locations in downtown Mexico. If I ever come back to CDMX I will stay in the same hotel for sure
The floors in the room are not even, cracks in the plaster walls and ceiling. The air didn't maintain coolness, so it made it hard to sleep, being cold and hot. Tv only had one channel in English and the few other channels were not clear. Roberto was very Polite, helpful and nice and always had a smile on his face! Shower is two stories high, which was very impressive.
The hotel is in the historic district and within walking distance of pretty much everything I wanted to see. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The hotel will be going through renovations in 2016 to get ready for the 400th anniversary of the hotel in 2020. Will be going back to see it once but is done!
Very simple, limited hotel. Good value for money in a strategic place in town. Lots of personality, reliable internet connection, helpful staff. Now, don't stay here if: having an onsite gym is important (there isn't one), might want to order room-service food at night(restaurant closes at 5:00 PM Sunday-Thursday), expect breakfast to be included (it's cheap though), and/or want to watch TV in your room (very limited amount of channels). Depending on all of the above, you could really like this place or plain dislike it.
I only stayed here for one night while passing through Mexico City, but I thought it was a good value for the price. The layout is a bit strange and it was eerily quiet the night I was there, but it's very clean, the rooms are nice, the bathrooms are exceptional and the staff is friendly.
This hotel is right in the heart of the Historic District. It is in walking distance from the most important museums and galleries in MEX.
Great Value. Good walking distance to Downtown. Staff manager who controls upstairs rooftop lounge tried to tell us that we could not sit without a reservation - this was not true. Otherwise, nice quite, place. Good food. A/C in room could have been more efficient. We will return.
Loved this place. Our room was small but had everything we needed. The bathroom was gorgeous. The best thing about this hotel was the location-- just a quick walk through a gorgeous city park to the historic city center.
I went on a business trip to Mexico city and stayed at this hotel for two nights it is well located, the staff was friendly, the room was comfortable. Did have any issues with street noise because I stayed on a first floor room with no windows to the exterior just to the inside.
Great staff, all very helpful. Beautiful modern rooms in a colonial building. The location is not bad, but it is too noisy arounf the hotel, try to get a room in the back. Mini bar is not replaced daily, and resturant and room service menus are very limited..
I arrived to the hotel at 2:00 PM after a long trip, the hotel was obviously not full and they still would not give us a room until 3:00. You can tell the room was ready because the hotel has a central patio and all the rooms are visible. No one came out of any of the rooms and they still made us wait. Every single member in the hotel wanted to make extra money on every occasion they had it got really annoying. My wife asked the concierge for a hair salon near by and they said nothing was available, they made us choose the one they offered. They gave us an estimate, my wife had the service and then they wanted to charge twice what they initially said. The people from the hair salon told me their shop was located 1 block away from the hotel, they walked to the hotel and the bell boy wanted to charge $50 dollars for a taxi. They were trying to steal money in every chance they had. When I checked out they had additional charges made in the bar that I did not consume, they were very rude about it, I demanded to see my signature on the tickets and refused to pay for drinks and food I did not have. They finally subtracted that from the bill but again they wanted to charge extra fees and extra money for everything. Overall terrible service and hospitality. The hotel is located in downtown Mexico CIty it is nice around there for a historic tour, the only negative part is that on Sunday we could not get a taxi because all the streets were closed. That made it even worse.
I stayed at Boutique Hotel de Cortes for 3 days while in Mexico City on business. The hotel is inside an old baroque-type building. It is a small hotel with very friendly staff and well appointed rooms. The rooms have very modern finishes. I loved the stand-up rainfall shower and that the bed was very comfortable. Lastly, I highly recommend the guacamole in the restaurant/bar.
I Went fot my Honey Moon, the service was great, and the location couldn´t be better for sightseen.
very good will go back good service great location
Great Service. Comfortable rooms and awesome staff
A colonial Boutique Hotel (few rooms, personal ambiance) close to the historical city center and next to a subway station. Ours suites were spacious with a stylish touch. Staff was very friendly. Choice in restaurant was limited. Rooms towards street can be noisy. Cool (in both senses) lounge on the roof. No pool.
Location was good but hotel was noisy on main avenue. If you take a room in back of hotel there are no windows in room ' mm m. Breakfast was horrible and air conditioner was broken in room.
Great remodel 1600 hotel,belive it or not this building has been a hotel cence 1620, also it has Nice terrace Bar.
Located in Downtown Mexico City, Hotel de Cortes is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Palacio de Bellas Artes and Alameda Central. This 17-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and a rooftop terrace. It's in central Historic Center and also a short walk from Torre Latinoamericana and Palacio Postal.
This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. Cooked-to-order breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7 AM to noon.
The 17 rooms are individually decorated and have an array of amenities, including iPod docks, private yards, and minibars. 42-inch plasma TVs come with cable channels and DVD players, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and free toiletries. Coffee makers, free local calls, and free bottled water are other standard amenities.
At Hotel de Cortes, guests have access to a rooftop terrace, free WiFi in public areas, and free newspapers. If you drive, self parking is MXN 150.00 per night, or you can take advantage of the airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for MXN 200.00 per person one-way. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this boutique hotel include laundry facilities, a porter/bellhop, and wedding services.