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Some aspects of this hotel were great. The rooms are very large, with tables and chairs to work at, which was great for me since this was a business trip. The free wifi barely functions, and you have to pay $10 (U.S.) per day for...More
They double charged me. The central reservation system told them three times to reverse the charge they refused. The front desk guy said he was the GM. He lied and laughed at me and snickered. Not in tell I threatened them and corporate threatened them....More
** Internet Wifi: The free Internet provided with the room was not working 90% of the time. When I reported the problem, staff told me that guests were responsible for this because we were too many using Wifi! I was proposed to pay for a...More
I barely ever write reviews, let alone negative ones but I do want to warn people off this hotel and encourage the hotel to deal with its many problems because most of them could easily be solved.
1. I registered for the whole duration of...More
I stayed here 8 nights for a conference. First, I must say that the hotel did a good job providing vegan breakfasts and a banquet for our group. That deserves praise. But it's hard to know where to start with the negatives. Check out the...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.