See why so many travellers make Fiesta Americana Reforma their hotel of choice when visiting Mexico City. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Zocalo (2.3 km) and Murales de Diego Rivera en la Secretaría de Educacion Publica (2.5 km), guests of Mexico City Fiesta Americana can easily experience some of Mexico City's most well known attractions.
Rooms at Fiesta Americana Reforma offer a flat screen TV, a minibar, and air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A fitness center and a restaurant will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Mexico City Fiesta Americana, parking is available.
While visiting Mexico City, you may want to try some crab at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Pujol, Contramar, or Quintonil.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Palacio de Bellas Artes (1.4 km), Paseo de la Reforma (0.3 km), and Zona Rosa (1.4 km), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
At Fiesta Americana Reforma, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Mexico City.
We stayed here 3 nights and enjoyed every one. The hotel is one of the grand hotels of the former days. The breakfast buffet was excellent with everything from smoothies to eggs over easy. And (eat your heart out JWM) they provide facial wash cloths! Enjoy the cookies and fruited water as you come off the elevator every night.
The exterior views of this hotel were not specially atractive, but finding a good rate from a travel site (not the hotel web) we decided to give it a try for our second stay in Mexico City. However, staying at the hotel was a great surprise. The room was great and the hotel has a sense of "quality" with very kind and helpfull staff. The hotel breakfast was quite expensive but you will find a very convenient Starbucks on the ground floor.
I stayed at this hotel on a trip with relatively short notice. I was pleased with the price and was not disappointed with the hotel at all. The location was perfect for getting around the city (being at about the midpoint of the Reforma) and was generally walkable to many of the major attractions in the city. We stayed on a weekend, so the hotel felt fairly empty which was totally fine in our book. It felt somewhat like a business sort of hotel--comparable to a Hampton Inn in the United States. The rooms were absolutely serviceable and the staff was excellent. All in all, a great place to stay at a great value.
Only 10-15% full. Shown to table quickly, then left after 30 minutes of no service. Waiter walked past several times and stared at floor and ignore us everytime. So cannot comment of drinks or food as never had the chance
I stay feb the 26 after a long day i really was looking for a quiet place. the hotel is noise i keep waking up, but after that early in the morning went to the bathroom in i found a huge ROACH (I still have the picture) took the shower and went down to check out explain all this to the lady in the front desk and she ask me to send a email to the person on charge. After a day i had an automatic response from Luis Stavoli telling me that they were looking at this matter and i ask to have an answer, but never answer to my email after trying to get in touch with Mr stavoli . Paola Maldonado sent me an email with the same answer and she offer me that if a make a reservation in the future she will give me a upgrade. A month later made a reservation and try to contact Ms paola Maldonado but she never responded to my emails.......…
This hotel provides good facilities (fitness room, free WiFi, restaurant, bar, Starbucks) and has a great location. The staff is super friendly and the hotel is doing an excellent job to keep the facility and rooms clean, and to adhere to current health condition and following best practices. It's been a while since my last stay at Fiesta Americana, but even for a short stay it was a very positive experience. I highly recommend the Fiesta Americana Reforma.
Negatives 1. I could not sleep the whole night despite being on a high floor. The reason being continuous noise from street; that is, of the sermaphore and of various police cars or ambulances passing by. The windows are old type and not made to isolate such noise. Further, the fire detector sensor inside the room, kept blinking the whole night, on my face. For this reason alone, I will never return in this hotel. Positives :- 1. Great front desk. very efficient. Contactless check in. 2. Nice room. Nice bed. 3. Excellent shower. very good water pressure and very hot water. Both a rarity in Mexico City. 4. Starbocks right inside the hotel ( or almost). 5. They gave me complimentary wine bottle ( 33 cl) and some pastries in night ; though I stayed only 1 night! Really touched by the gesture. 6. Good internet. 7. Very safe and central location. Lot of security. 8. Nice restaurant - Distral on location. 9. Complimentary late check out offered. 10. Great value for money. If you can sleep with street noise, you may stay here. If noise was not an issue, I would stay in this hotel for ever but I checked out in 1 night. If you found my review helpful. do not heistate to click on "I found the review helpful" Tab.…
The hotel is super for a long stay. The location is perfect. Turibus picked me up right in front for access to several spots in the city. I printed my ticket for the Frida Kahlo museum and it was brought directly to my room. The buffet breakfast is the best in the city (I tried several). Management Is great for non spanish speakers. Paula and Saul were wonderful.
Amazing staff, amazing hotel, amazing location. Gave hotel 4 stars because AC in our room did not work during our stay and was offered a portable AC instead of a room change. Javier at the coffee shop located in the lobby was amazing. He understands his role and executes it.
I booked this room last minute and the price was good for central Mexico City. The staff were really nice and went out of their way to help me my entire stay. Disliked · The hotel is old and outdated. From the outside it looks good but inside it's not. Its right in the center of a busy section and there were constant noises of police sirens, what sounded like gun shots, car horns and protests every day that I was there which was frightening for a female on her own. But its the staff that really made this hotel despite the condition of it, they really made up for this with their service.