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You get what you pay for, rooms are cleaned but do not have the benefits of a 3 star hotel.

Pleasant staff, separate restaurant (not part of hotel) in lobby. Walmart Group (Local name = BODEGA SAN RAFAEL) supermarket/ farmacia across the street (50 M to the right) so easy to get supplies. Wi-Fi in lobby only/. Rooms clean, dated decor, matress very hard. Nothing special but a good basic hotel, I'd stay there again. 20 minutes cab ride in low traffic to airport 35 in moderate traffic.

THERE WERE SOME NOISY GUESTS ONE NIGHT. NEED TO BE CAREFUL WITH TOURISTS GROUPS...

Hotel is just a 5min walk from Reforma 222 and the "zona rosa" pretty convenient. One block away from the reforma metrobus station.

expecting the best posilities not expect to much need to improve everything

It's was good, I'll change the WI FI 'cause works only at the lobby and the traffic it's too heavy.

Great low cost location midway between Zocalo and Bosque de Chapultepec, and just 3 blocks off Paseo de la Reforma and the Metrobus Reforma bus stop. Excellent location if you plan to mainly walk the city as I did. Just 4-5 blocks West is a dodgier part of the city (e.g. prostitutes line the street at night), and across the street a unkempt city park with a few homeless people. Just walk the 3 blocks East to Paseo de la Reforma and you're good. I stayed on the first floor. My room was very modest. Sound insulation was poor, but I brought ear plugs. Room was clean overall. I believe rooms on upper floors are better appointed, and the hotel seemed a popular choice with Hispanic visitors. I did not see another Anglo person during my stay. Staff overall seemed nice, but the feeling I had is they were more tolerant of me than welcoming. Upon check in, the desk attentant was explaining paperwork I needed to sign. My Spanish is poor, I explained this in Spanish, and asked a question. She proceeded to explain the form in full even faster in Spanish, which I found disrespectful. Excluding this initial encounter, I had good experiences overall with other hotel staff. I only encountered one hotel staff who spoke limited English, and saw him only 2-3 times. I would stay again due to low cost and location. But, would consider an upper floor room if your expectations are 3-star. For 4-5 stars stay elsewhere.

i guess they are remodeling so but the lobby and the bathrooms very clean didnt know my way around that area it is not a bad hotel

Serapio Rendon 124 Mexico City CDMX

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Paseo de la Reforma and Monument to the Revolution
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Fitness center

Located in Reforma, Hotel Sevilla is within a 5-minute walk of Paseo de la Reforma and within 15 minutes of other popular attractions like Monument to the Revolution. This 3-star hotel has 225 rooms and welcomes guests with a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and a fitness center.


Dining

This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7 AM to noon.


Rooms

All 225 rooms provide free bottled water. 32-inch TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Rooms also include free toiletries.


Property features

Guests of Hotel Sevilla enjoy features like a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and laundry facilities. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with luggage storage, tours or tickets, and dry cleaning/laundry.

Room options

Superior Double Room

1 Double Bed | Sleeps 2

Traditional Double Room

2 Double Beds | Sleeps 4

Superior Quadruple Room

2 Double Beds | Sleeps 4

Double Room Single Use

2 Twin Beds | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Hotel Sevilla

Everyone (10) Students (1)
1
Everyone

By on Dec 17, 2019

Review comment responded on Dec 18, 2019

Agradecemos mucho sus comentarios, estamos trabajando para mejorar nuestros servicios.

5
Everyone

By on Feb 11, 2019

Review comment responded on Apr 29, 2019

Muchas gracias por sus comentarios estamos trabajando para mejorar nuestros servicios

3

fair hotel close to downtown mexico.

Everyone

You get what you pay for, rooms are cleaned but do not have the benefits of a 3 star hotel.

By , from Melbourne FL on Apr 30, 2017

3

city center hotel

Everyone

Pleasant staff, separate restaurant (not part of hotel) in lobby. Walmart Group (Local name = BODEGA SAN RAFAEL) supermarket/ farmacia across the street (50 M to the right) so easy to get supplies. Wi-Fi in lobby only/. Rooms clean, dated decor, matress very hard. Nothing special but a good basic hotel, I'd stay there again. 20 minutes cab ride in low traffic to airport 35 in moderate traffic.

By , from SF, CA on Mar 27, 2017

2

good location. noisy.

Students

THERE WERE SOME NOISY GUESTS ONE NIGHT. NEED TO BE CAREFUL WITH TOURISTS GROUPS...

By on Dec 9, 2016

4

nice location

Everyone

Hotel is just a 5min walk from Reforma 222 and the "zona rosa" pretty convenient. One block away from the reforma metrobus station.

By on Nov 23, 2016

2

old lots of need to fix not working

Everyone

expecting the best posilities not expect to much need to improve everything

By on Nov 20, 2016

3

nice hotel, and a lot of places near to visit.

Everyone

It's was good, I'll change the WI FI 'cause works only at the lobby and the traffic it's too heavy.

By , from Costa Rica on Nov 17, 2016

3

expect to get what you pay for and you'll be fine

Everyone
Entrance 1st floor single bed room

Great low cost location midway between Zocalo and Bosque de Chapultepec, and just 3 blocks off Paseo de la Reforma and the Metrobus Reforma bus stop. Excellent location if you plan to mainly walk the city as I did. Just 4-5 blocks West is a dodgier part of the city (e.g. prostitutes line the street at night), and across the street a unkempt city park with a few homeless people. Just walk the 3 blocks East to Paseo de la Reforma and you're good. I stayed on the first floor. My room was very modest. Sound insulation was poor, but I brought ear plugs. Room was clean overall. I believe rooms on upper floors are better appointed, and the hotel seemed a popular choice with Hispanic visitors. I did not see another Anglo person during my stay. Staff overall seemed nice, but the feeling I had is they were more tolerant of me than welcoming. Upon check in, the desk attentant was explaining paperwork I needed to sign. My Spanish is poor, I explained this in Spanish, and asked a question. She proceeded to explain the form in full even faster in Spanish, which I found disrespectful. Excluding this initial encounter, I had good experiences overall with other hotel staff. I only encountered one hotel staff who spoke limited English, and saw him only 2-3 times. I would stay again due to low cost and location. But, would consider an upper floor room if your expectations are 3-star. For 4-5 stars stay elsewhere.

By , from USA on Sep 10, 2016

3

not the area i thought it was in

Everyone

i guess they are remodeling so but the lobby and the bathrooms very clean didnt know my way around that area it is not a bad hotel

By , from Miami on May 10, 2016

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