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Hotel is clean and well located if you attend meetings in the southern part of the city.
Front desk are not that nice and actually snappy with very limited knowledge.
Forget the free wifi.. simply was to slow if it actually works. You will need...More
The Royal Pedregal is one of my favorite places to stay in Mexico City. There suites are as nice as other hotels that are 2 or3 times more expensive and I love a place that is all inclusive. The breakfast buffet is the high light,...More
A lovely hotel, I stayed here in January 2018. The only downside was the location, which was a little away from the centre.They provided good food for vegans which was great so would recommend on that front.
Nice hotel, nice rooms, nice breakfast, nice bar, nice staff. It is very frustrating for me that the free internet is completely unusable and the paid internet also unusable, and they are ridiculously wierdly strict that the paid internet is per device.
Booked through this...More
I had a lovely room at the Royal Pedregal: quiet and spacious. The bed was very comfortable although the towels were a bit worn. The pool was very nice, and there was a poolside bar at which you weren’t allowed to have drinks – that...More
Time seems to have frozen in several areas that still remain true to what Tlalpan once was, but the clock is still ticking in the relaxed environment that makes it the perfect neighborhood for friends, couples and families who love to explore at their own pace. Plaza de la Constitución is where everyone gathers on weekends to listen to live music and where some of the best coffee shops, restaurants and bookstores satisfy
the foodies of the area. Natural beauty such as the lush forest of Ajusco are perfect for those who love to keep in touch with the outdoors.