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Pros: Reasonably priced, spacious room and bathroom. Standard room amenities, including safe.
Cons: Inconvenient location,definitely not within walking distance of the city center, not the best neighborhood, dimly lit surroundings. There is a Metrobus stop right in front of the hotel, but buses...More
From Guadalajara, where I live, I was able to take a bus to the DOOR of this hotel. When I left Mexico City there was also a bus that picked us up from the hotel. It was a very nice ETN charter bus. The hotel...More
From the moment I arrived it was not good. They lost my reservation. English, was broken , at best at reception and belhops only speak Spanish, and a re slow and uncaring, this for a businees hotel. No wifi in rooms.
Had to call to...More
The hotel is modern, with good access to the Metro, Metro-bus and taxis. There are plenty of restaurants and shopping options nearby. Outside of peak hour, the taxi ride to or from the airport takes 30 mins - add an hour with peak hour traffic....More
After 3 visits, our experience suggests we look for a different hotel on our next trip. No wash-cloths, no hand lotion, no coffee pot in the rooms. As there is no "Do Not Disturb" sign in the room, the maid knocked on the door prior...More
Known for its constant cultural and gastronomic developments, Roma, is a beautiful neighborhood that was once the place for poets such as Kerouac and Ginsberg to call home. Galleries, museums and even private residences are on beautiful display when walking through Colima street to do some necessary shopping or when going to the classic Cine Tonalá to enjoy a delicious dinner and a great film. Top notch
cafés, gourmet restaurants and food markets all around will surely catch your senses by surprise.