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Reviewed December 13, 2017

If you are on a low budget, this is a good option to overnight near Terminal 1 of Mexico City Benito Juarez International Airport. Not a fancy hotel at all, this hidden hostel style accomodation is only 5 minutes walk from T1, in the terminal hall go upstairs on a concourse above Gate 2 and follow signs for "Hotel". Via a glass walkway you cross above the road and end up in a luxury hotel. This is not it, of course :-))) But you leave again via main door and continue walking on the street to the west for about 200 metres and you find Hospedaje Puerto Mexico Aeropuerto. From outside it looks more like a car repair shop, but there is a small entrance on the right side that leads to a small reception area. Rooms are fairly cheap and on acceptable level if you do not require any luxury. Beware, there are no twin rooms, only double, so if you insist on separate beds, you have to book more expensive triple or family room. The double bed is by the way very narrow. Bathroom is private but very basic and quite worn-down, but you cannot expect too much for 600 Mexican pesos per night for a double room. There is only a tiny window in the bathroom, so do not expect too much fresh air and there is no A/C which might be a bigger problem in the summer (we visited in winter). Free toiletteries are provided and the free wi-fi is working well. The reception might allow you to fill the bottle with fresh drinking water. No food available on the spot, but there are some restaurants nearby. Metro stop is 5 mins walk down the main road. I can recommend if you want a budget accomodation within walking distance of the airport.

  • Stayed: December 2017, travelled with friends
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Thank Peter P
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Reviewed December 6, 2017 via mobile

Our family had 4 rooms here. It’s nothing fancy but it’s clean and comfortable. A word of advice - if you aren’t getting hot water out of the expected valve try the other one! The staff was helpful, be prepared to use a translator on your phone if you don’t speak Spanish because there’s very little English spoken. The restaurant was good with a good variety of choices. Breakfast was very good every day. The restaurant staff were especially helpful and courteous. Within walking distance to the airport once you figure out the path!

Stayed: November 2017, travelled with family
Thank BLC52
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Reviewed March 1, 2017

Great location, short walking from the airport
Room facilities very basic. Thin metal door.
There is a bar next door with life music (banda) until 3 AM. Very difficult to sleep.

It's not woth what you pay for that place.

Room Tip: all room are as noisy as mine
  • Stayed: December 2016, travelled with family
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Thank MannyT
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Reviewed November 19, 2016

This hotel has been OK for solo male travelers, in certain situations: Arrive at the Mexico City Airport late, and have an early connection the next morning. It's super-convenient (across the street from Terminal 1), but definitely not for couples or families, and there's nothing to do (not to mention no wi-fi and really sucky non-cable TV). But if you just need a bed and a bathroom to sleep and get out without fighting traffic or paying a costly taxi when you arrive, it was fine. (Note: There are a few other hotels right at the airport, but none super-cheap.) But the last time I stayed . . . bad start: Couldn't figure out how to use my credit card. Then, no toilet seat (ah, nothing like making a guest feel as though he's just checked in to prison). Toilet didn't flush, either. No water pressure in the sink. One frayed towel. No hot water at night. Loud (busy street plus parking lot out front). I arrived a little earlier than normal, so I went out for a few hours -- asked for a toilet seat. Got back, told there were none. Other issues, too numerous to mention. Ended up walking to the airport to use the public toilet. Hope I never again have the scenario where these clowns were once appropriate -- don't want to have to decide if I should risk them again. Avoid, if at all possible.

  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled solo
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Thank rosaritodiego
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Reviewed September 14, 2016

Even though my room was mediocre, my debit card was declined when trying to pay. I sincerely apologised and gave them all my details (passport and all) to try to take payment the next day when I was back in England. They were having none of it and were SO rude, confiscated my iPhone as 'compensation'. I was reduced to tears and almost mist my flight. When trying again, my payment was accepted but they were SO RUDE, shoved the receipt in my face, and refused to order me a taxi because I was "pretending and trying not to pay".

  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled solo
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Thank Rachel O
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