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 ...
Good for the price and location. Comfortable bed, overall good cleanliness if you stay in the newer rooms (junior suites). Just make sure the window vents are closed, I thought the heater was not working because no one warned me about those vents and they are not visible. The breakfast buffet at ...
Fiesta America is exactly where one wants to stay. Very centric and everything you need is at a walking distance. Not only that but the staff goes above and beyond with any of your needs. I’ve stayed here a couple of times now and plan to stay here as many times I’m in CDMX.
Room is ok, I did missed not having a small desk location is great though; close of enough of the Zona Rosa and Reforma that you can walk but in a much quieter street
This is a reasonably priced, conveniently located hotel. It's only a couple of blocks from Bellas Artes and the Alameda. It is comfortable and quiet.
Great hotel. We will stay there again. Close to thinsvto do, shopping, restaurants and metro station.
Hotel personal (receptionist) not helpful, rude and bad attitude, hotel was stuffy and smelled strange, next to a loud, busy, noisy street.
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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