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Reviewed July 15, 2016 via mobile

THIS IS GOING TO BE A VERY LONG REVIEW, BUT I'M GOING TO TRY AND COVER AS MANY AREAS AS I CAN.
If you are looking for the Ritz Carlton...this is not it. If you're looking for a decent hotel with clean rooms and cheap rates...this is it. The rooms are clean, and modern. There is a courtyard that all the rooms share...so it can get NOISY late nights/early mornings as people slam their doors when coming back from the bars. (I recommend ear plugs at night if you're a light sleeper.) You will not hear too much noise from the street, just in the hotel. The pillows are marginal, but beds are comfy. Flat screen TV's, 4-5 English channels. There is 24-hour front desk service, and also a security guard outside. There is also a guard shack with an attendant at the parking entance so strangers can not just come and go.
This hotel is just a 5 minute walk to Revolucion, and the hub of TJ nightlife...gay and straight.
Yes you will see female prostitutes along the way...it's legal in certain areas. They're just trying to make a living like anyone else. You will also find an Oxxo store (like 7-11's in the USA) less than block away, and also great restaurants indoor and
outdoor. There's also a GREAT bakery on the same street as the hotel that's been in business since 1952. Great pastries, rolls, donuts, etc. Just grab a lunchroom tray and a pair of tongs at the counter, and walk around and put whatever you want on the tray and pay at the counter. As with most businesses in TJ, the American dollar is VERY welcome. Most places will not try to cheat you...they have currency converters at their registers, and will tell you the price in pesos or dollars. In fact, I DO NOT exchange my dollars to pesos when going to TJ. ...You can if you want, but it's not necessary.
PLEASE keep in mind that this IS Mexico. Their residents are very proud and hard working people. They party hard, and work even harder. If you are coming from the USA,...you need to relax, take things easy and realize life is to be lived and not rushed. Take a minute to watch the dancers in the square, listen to the mariachi bands, have a margarita, and just enjoy life!!!!!
I have walked many times alone from the hotel to Revolucion Blvd., and have never once felt unsafe. Just be aware of your surroundings, and you'll be fine. Tijuana depends on the tourism dollar, they want you back!
If you have any general questions, feel free to ask. I have been to many clubs/bars and I ALWAYS have a good time. On weekends most bars are open AT LEAST until 3:00am, and there's never a shortage of taxis. Just make sure to get the agreed price beforehand.
I HOPE I HAVE HELPED, OR AT LEAST ANSWERED ANY QUESTIONS YOU MIGHT HAVE HAD.

Stayed: June 2016, travelled solo
18  Thank CobraDiego
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Reviewed June 20, 2016 via mobile

This hotel is at walking distance of all the strip joints. I like the extra security that they had. They didn't let just anyone in to the rooms. So plus plus for that. The rooms were very clean, but I wish I can say the same about the blanket, sheets and towels.

Stayed: June 2016, travelled with family
Thank Eliana M
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Reviewed May 26, 2016 via mobile

A clean hotel that looks like an apartment complex when you walk through the entrance. Great location if you are staying in Tijuana and on the way to the Tijuana airport. The complementary toiletries were ok.

Stayed: May 2016, travelled with friends
Thank Tony S
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Reviewed May 14, 2016 via mobile

3 blocks away from ave revolucion. Its a decent place with cold AC. No refrigerator though. The hallway is a bit noisy especially if you have the little window towards the interior open. It was $41 a night online but as I was checking in I noticed the sign saying $35 a night. Anyways good budget hotel with a lot of local street food options around the corner.

Stayed: May 2016, travelled with friends
1  Thank satobt
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Reviewed April 12, 2016 via mobile

The service at the hotel was great. We felt safe and secure. It was a short walk to Revolution and market places. I recommend taxi service if you go at night to be safe. This newer modern style hotel was clean and just as the website photos show. It is a good value for the price.

Stayed: April 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank Greg N S
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