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We had reserved this hotel for 5 nights and the rooms was nice our view was pretty. Management was great. We had breakfast everyday at their restaurant and the food was perfect. I loved being right there in the middle of everything. We would either...More
My wife wanted to stay at a Sheraton, so we picked this one for our two nights in Mexico City. Never again. Rooms are of shoe box size, very small and somewhat outdated. Nothing special. What's worse, the bathroom had mould on the ceiling. Just...More
We were in town for their day of the dead celebration and this was a great location. It was not too far from any of the things that we wanted to see and all of the taxi and uber divers knew exactly where it was...More
I stayed in this hotel for 4 nights during a conference. The rooms are slightly smaller and cozy compared to other Sheraton's I have stayed in, however the amenities are as good as most Sheraton standard.
Sleep quality is super and toiletries provided are good....More
Very kind staff, remembered my name when I returned 3 months later...waw....centrally located, great restaurant on, and around location. Good breakfast, safe and very comfy room. Lots of shopping stores and a big mall at walking distance.
Loved it....hope to come again there.
US$95 - US$253 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#25 Family Hotel in Mexico City
#29 Luxury Hotel in Mexico City
#32 Romantic Hotel in Mexico City
#53 Business Hotel in Mexico City
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