This hotel has the best staff ever! So helpful and friendly. It's also in a great area, there's a lot you can do near by as well as your options they offer. They also have a restaurant, Azul 70, to die for. I would most definitely stay here again.
A utilitarian hotel. Clean and comfortable. The staff has limited English and was difficult to communicate with. Twice missed wake up calls. Dinning room for is adequate and reasonable priced, but has the feeling of a big open hall. Father away from the airport than I expected. Trip in from airport ...
I have known this hotel for its entire 50 years since it was built. I love its location but it is definitely starting to show its age. The rooms are dark and the furniture is old and outdated. I do not mind walking but older pope may be inconvenienced. Walking form the elevator to your room can be ...
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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Stayed here as it was close to airport in CD.MX. Arrived on a late night flight and was renting a car from the airport the next day. The staff was amazing. The room was clean. The windows had blackout shades. The bed was a bit firm for me, but didn't keep me from sleeping. The only thing some might not like are the planes flying overhead. It got a bit noisy, but didn't bother me because i was expecting it. This hotel is right by the airport; there will be airplane noise.
Excellent facilities, modern design, rooms are great! Very much enjoyed my stay, great customer service.
Conviently located in downtown area staff was very nice and the free breakfast buffet was a huge plus
It's not as bad as other reviews say. I agree, it is very noisy at night. They are still doing construction in weird hours which they need to better accommodate. The restaurant below has pretty descent food if you don't want to leave the hotel. It is very close to a bad neighborhood . Be careful not to walk at night . Rooms are clean but pillows are horrible . They are hard as a rock! If you're only staying one night, you will survive.