Great location, good rooms (I've stayed 4 times so far), poor Wi-Fi in the rooms though okay in the lobby (they say it will be improved some time in 2019), free breakfast is substantial but sides like potatoes and beans are usually lukewarm, good price with Orbitz (and others) discount. Will stay ...
The hotel is very modern and in a great location in the city. Near excellent restaurants and Paseo Chapultepec Shopping Center. The rooms are spacious and very clean. Staff very friendly and attentive to all your needs. Difinitely will come back on my next visit to Tijuana
The hotel was not what is displayed online. Was quite disappointed
Nice hotel, pillows are low quality but it’s clean and close to shopping areas.
Excellent location and very kind staff. All stores and restaurant are really close by.
I received prompt attention from the staff. I was probably in line for a minute when the staff called me up to the desk. Despite the official check-in time being much later, he went ahead an provided a room for me. YMMV, but if a room is available then they do not have issues with allowing early check-in. Both of the waiters who attended to room service performed their tasks in a professional manner. The food isn't anything to get excited about. Both me and my friend, got a good nights sleep even though its fairly close to the airport. Since I drove, I used their parking lot which was lighted and enclosed by four walls with a road leading to/from the entrance to the hotel. Close to Garita de Otay. There were a few things I noticed...not huge deal breakers. 1.) I had to call three times to order dinner. The phone rang and rang until I either gave up or the call was disconnected. 2.) I told them I was going to pay using my credit card, but somehow they never told the room service staff member to bring the terminal up so he had to carry a heavy tray with my food and return again to bring the terminal up. I may consider returning to this hotel if I need to use the airport.
Palm-studded and immensely popular, Tijuana is the tourist portal between San Diego in the United States and Northwestern Mexico. As the most visited border city in the world, Tijuana mingles elements of its Mexican culture with American influence. Straddling the Peninsula of Baja California, the city is known for its sprawling estates, the mix of poor and rich, and tourist-aimed shopping. Hotels in Tijuana range from the lowest budget inns in the central district, to the more upscale selections, boasting bars, lounges, pools, and prestigious golf clubs.
The recently constructed Tijuana Convention Center offers local business meeting opportunities, while larger events usually rely on neighboring San Diego's heftier venues.
There are a number of choices for tasty Mexican food, including restaurants with musicians often performing around your table, beloved taco stands and street vendors crafting delicious foods for your midday enjoyment, and incredible fine dining offering Aztec recipes.
The Tijuana Cultural Center boasts cultural and historical exhibitions that chronicle the history of the Baja Peninsula and contemporary movements, including IMAX films in the unmistakable dome movie theater, live performances in theater, music, and dance, as well as gallery exhibitions of art.
Avenida Revolucion is the most popular boulevard for tourist shopping, offering a gamut of jewelry stores, smoke shop, and craft boutiques, while El Popo Mexican Market offers a more authentic and local experience.
Tijuana is very passionate about soccer, with the Xolos team frequently playing at the Estadio Caliente, with several additional leagues formed in American football, basketball, and baseball.