This hotel is practically inside of the airport. The only problem I had this time was the shower water pressure which was too little and that resulted in some extra minutes trying to get ready for my flight my next morning. If I had known that I would have set the alarm earlier. I still made it to ...
The room was clean and nicely appointed. Housekeeping did an excellent job each day. We had Regency Club aces, which was really nice for a quick breakfast before heading out in the morning and for afternoon drinks when we returned after a long day of sight seeing. The fitness center and pool were ...
The place is as advertised: individual sleeping pods (the size of a twin bed) with shared toilets and showers. There are two layers of pods. The lower one is almost at floor level and there are small stairs to get to the top one. You have to get in and out as if you were crawling into a cave tall enough for a small child to stand in. I do not recommend it for people who cannot lean and crawl. The doors on one side have pods where you climb in onto the feet of the bed and on the other side onto the side of the bed (I would have preferred the latter if I had known). Once inside you can sit leaning against the wall, but not stand up. The walls and doors are hollow hard plastic and move a bit when somebody nearby opens and closes their door. It was very clean and I felt safe with the way the door locked, both when I was inside and when I left for a while. You have a couple of hanging hooks (for short things), space to place a few things on and a folding bed table that is very easy to put away. A panel on the wall has light controls (very good lighting options and reading lights on the ceiling that I didn’t find immediately), two USB chargers, two earphone jacks, an electric outlet, and a clock (that had the time wrong and couldn’t be fixed, even by staff). There’s also a controllable fan, a safe and a TV screen that folds up (with very few channel options, all in Spanish). I found the mattress quite comfortable and firm, even
Excellent hotel, friendly staff, clean room. But the towel are old I think need to renew it.
Arrived late at night before an early flight. It was a spotlessly clean, modern, comfortable hotel with friendly service.
Conviently located in downtown area staff was very nice and the free breakfast buffet was a huge plus
As the cultural and economic hub of Mexico and one of the largest cities in the world, Mexico City features a rich culture of food, music, art and architecture. Visitors come to the city to experience the world-renowned National Museum of Anthropology, the ancient site of Teotihuacan, and great downtown shopping. Hotels in Mexico City range from inexpensive hostels for backpackers, to affordable rooms at the Embassy Suites, to five-star luxury hotels like Las Alcobas.
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Classical music is very popular, and guests at hotels Mexico City may enjoy Mexico City Philharmonic performances at the lovely Sala Ollin Yoliztli Theater.
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