This is a classic, old-school Mexico City hotel. Don't expect modern amenities. But the location is great and the bigger rooms are fantastic. The staff is friendly and helpful. The restaurant gets a pass but the bar is super fun and friendly.
After staying at Isabel for two days we started to look for a better option but could not really find an immediate better one. This place has rooms for 500 pesos. And has some options available most if the time. The building is from the 1700s, painted damn ugly on the inside,…
Hotel Isabel. a historical building with nice common middle area, the fixtures are old but good. Location & cost are big advantages. About noise, it does not affect me as I use @tferriss recommended, "Mack's pillow soft silicone ear putty for all". There is a night club whose…
First of all this place is incredibly EXPENSIVE for its quality. I can feel the spring from the bed when I sleep. Bathroom is NOT presentable. They start to clean at 5pm, so if you come back to rest early or sth, you will see uncleaned room or you need to leave in the middle…
Nice old building, but no visitors allowed past lobby! I was embarrassed when I was told in front of a friend that he could not come up to my room while I finished getting ready to go out. I later discovered that there was a very SMALL notice at the reception desk stating that.
"Get a double room with a balcony"
"Higher room will get blast from disco next door"
"The top floor is great and make sure to get a view to the cathedral looking library:)"
"Don't miss the mexican breakfasts at the restaurant im the main floor. I loved the balcony room for photography."
"Views are great from the rooftop 4th floor, but lower floors are warmer when the nights are chilly."