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This was an unexpected splurge as the person we were meant to stay with in CDMX let us down. The hotel lobby is really nice but then that is when the decor of the hotel becomes tired and gross. It feels like you are walking...More
Spent 3 nights in April and can't say anything bad for the price I paid. Hotel is dated but the mid century decor was charming to me. I was in a small room on the 1st floor. Big enough for a queen bed and desk....More
This hotel offers a good price/value relationship, being located at few blocks from the Zocalo area. Rooms are wide and comfortable, but I had some concerns with the floor of the shower (I had to put the towl on the floor to feel comfortable)
No complaints, the room was clean and fresh. An excellent night in Mexico city. Great food and music in the square. The staff is helpful and friendly, and genuine. Only complaint the AC didn't work all that great. Otherwise, this was a wonderful hotel.
This is a hotel for Smokers. If you dislike this, don't go. Has a good restaurant, nice staff and the rooms are very good. I did not select the room and had to tolerate the smell of smoke. The picture is not the hotel, seems...More
US$76 - US$228 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Depends. If you take a licensed taxi from a "Stacio" it should run 200 pesos (about $12), less than 30 minutes. If you are traveling to the airport from the hotel at an early hour, they will glady call a 'hotel taxi' which... More
Depends. If you take a licensed taxi from a "Stacio" it should run 200 pesos (about $12), less than 30 minutes. If you are traveling to the airport from the hotel at an early hour, they will glady call a 'hotel taxi' which will generally be a nicer car, unmarked, more like a limo service and will run more like $20.
It is easy to get a licensed taxi at the airport but is a bit more hassle to get one on the street in the Centro.