The service. The staff was amazing! The hotel is beautiful
Excellent upgrade. Great location. Large rooms and great bed.
Great location, walking distance to many places, rooms are very neat, staff very polite
Beautiful Hotel and is very clean, if I ever go back to Mexico City, I'll stay there again.
The room we stayed in was once very nice, but now it's a bit rundown. The windows were dirty, which isn't a huge deal, but detracted from the overall experience. The floorboards were a bit warped and chipped, etc. The people were great, but a little too zealous. We asked repeatedly for the room NOT ...
The location was perfect for an early morning flight. Staff is friendly, and the food in the restaurant is very good.
Exelente todo,gracias .volvere a usar sus servicios
Great location for the price. Everything is only walking distance
GREAT ACCOMODATIONS, ROOMY AND QUIET. ONLY COMPLAINT WAS THAT THE RESTAURANT OPENED AT 10:30 LEAVING ME WITHOUT COFFEE UNTIL THEN. GOOD RESTAURANT FOOD THOUGH.
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.
Mexico City is world-renowned for its rich history of art, and many of the city's numerous museums are near hotels in Mexico City. The Museo Tamayo features a great collection of contemporary art, and the Museum of Modern Art boasts the best exhibits of modern Mexican art in the city.
Mexico City has no shortage of amazing food, from cheap street vendors to upscale fine dining. Guests at Mexico City hotels wanting authentic regional food should visit Fonda El Refugio for enchiladas con mole poblano.
Classical music is very popular, and guests at hotels Mexico City may enjoy Mexico City Philharmonic performances at the lovely Sala Ollin Yoliztli Theater.
The traditional markets of Mexico City are the best places to experience Mexican culture. The sprawling Central de Abasto market is the main source of fresh produce in the city, while the Bazar del Sabado offers handmade crafts and souvenirs.
Soccer is king in Mexico City and exciting matches are regularly played at Aztec Stadium, one of the largest venues in the world.