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This beautiful park was once the playground for the wealthiest families in the colonial era, and is now the perfect place where locals and visitors can spend a sunny weekend afternoon to relax or shop for souvenirs at the market. Kids can run around or grab a bite of cotton candy while teens and adults wander around admiring the charming gardens and the sculptures that adorn it. Once the heat rises, it may be time to visit one of the many cozy restaurants or cafés with its characteristic art nouveau facades to cool down and call it a day.
"A must see museum that invokes not pity and fear but empathy and understanding for the need for Tolerance"
reviewed 4 days ago by Madhavi A
Centrally located, the recently opened Museo Memoria y Tolerencia is inspiring and accessible. This museum depicts events from various parts of the world ( Rwanda, Guatemala, Kenya, Cambodia) alongside the events surrounding the holocaust. While we were there, we noticed that young guides were providing regular short tours for especially school children. This is a good way to imbibe a...
This is a wonderful museum in a beautiful old house. A tour should not take more than 45 minutes. The artwork is worth seeing but be sure to notice the outstanding encaustic tiles on the floors in every room.
Bult to celebrate the 100 years of Mexico´s independence, this building is a marvel of styles. The staircase is made of forged iron, and it's beautiful, Also the rest of the building has forged iron everywhere. Still works as a postal office, the MAIN postal office.
After some days in Mexico City, we were a little tired of tacos, tortas and pozoles. It was time for a real restaurant. By chance, I saw in a magazine a report on Testal, promising authentic Mexican food beyond regular street food. The food was beyond our expectation: excellent, refined, tasty. On top of that, the servers were extremely nice...
I've been to Mexico City a number of times. I don't restrict myself to touristy neighborhoods. So when I got off the Metro at Salto del Agua and turned the corner into a typically dingy and narrow shopping street, I just looped my arm though the strap on my shoulder bag and walked the ten minutes to the restaurant. (It's...
This place is a nice Mexican food restaurant, always has patrons, which speaks to the quality of the food. We order a bit of everything and it was good, you won't be disappointed, and actually their flan was one of the best store-bought flans I have tried. Lots of variety, lots of condiments, give it a try.
It is a gem! If you are a meat eater this is the place.... The bife was tender and
juicy at medium rare with the right amount of char. The guarniciones of scalloped potatoes and creamed spinach were perfect. This is a great eatery in the Argentina tradition. Come on down if you are in Mexico City.
This well located modern hotel is served by kind staff and the food is really excellent. The room is well equipped and aircon efficient. Internet connection is of good speed and all comfort in room. The restaurant is really exceptional to have some great local food.
This is a fairly large and new hotel, hidden up behind a small shopping centre in Centro. The hotel is accessed by a nondescript elevator at the back of the shopping concourse, and the hotel lobby is also pretty bland. The rooms are modern, functional, and clean,... with furnishing being somewhat Ikea-esque. Altogether it is fine, but not opulent.
"Solid basic choice, great location but street noise could be an issue"
reviewed October 30, 2018 by andigger
Definitely ask for a room of the street. The people pink the street talking wasn't much of an issue, but late night police, ambulances, and car alarms are pretty intense.
Otherwise the hotel staff are friendly, the location is perfect. If you just need a comfortable, clean room, in a good location this is a solid choice.
Staying at this hotel is always a pleasant experience again. It is conveniently located in the downtown area, just one block away from the next subway stations and Bellas Artes Palace. The staff is friendly and professional. Rooms are simple but clean, special thanks to my room maid! Marlowe is my No.1 choice when I stay in Mexico City.
This hotel is in a FANTASTIC area. It’s only a 10-15 minute walk to The Zocalo. There is a park right behind it with all kinds of food and merchants! It’s on the far end of Reforma, so it’s a quick Uber ride to the Angel of Independence and Chapultepec Castle. For the area, pricing is great. Also, the staff...