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A change of routing on our trip home from holidays presented us with an opportunity for a three day stop over in Mexico City, our first visit. Friends suggested we check out the Monte Carlo where they had stayed in 2000. We checked out reviews...More
This building is still haunted with luxury and glamour of the past, but hasn't been kept up to retain those qualities. Instead, you can find dust and dirt in the corners of the rooms, and sometimes the floor even feels unsturdy and weak. Having no...More
What can I say? Staff is unfriendly and rude. Rooms are dirty, VERY DIRTY, and desperately need repairing. Beds are uncomfortable and too old. Inside the hotel it's really noisy. Frankly speaking, it is the hotel from my nightmares. If you find a corpse here...More
good: the location is great.
bad: there aren't enough blankets and i woke up cold EVERY night (one week). when i asked for more blankets it was as if i was asking for his mother's soul. i eventually (after pleading) was given one very thin...More
I have stayed at this hotel for the past 14 years.
When you arrive in Mexico city all you do is go to the Taxi Stand, give them the address (69 Uraguay) and EVERYONE knows this hotel. It is in the city center, near all...More
US$29 - US$45 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The beating heart of the city lies within Centro Histórico, the vast expanse of historical buildings and monuments that are a must when exploring Mexico City. Places such as the Museo Biblioteca Palacio Postal, Casa de los Azulejos and Palacio de Bellas Artes are the perfect eye candy for anyone seeking to admire arts and architecture. Don't forget to visit the wide variety of markets and plazas where any
vintage item, handicrafts and jewelry characteristic of each state in Mexico can be found on Sundays. Admire majestic views of the city from the Monumento a la Revolución and Torre Latinoamericana, and round out the experience with restaurants of all cuisines nearby.