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The atraccions in the park are very funny, there are a lot of games and is great to spend time with friends or family. The only thing I didn't agree too much with is with the food prices, the food is very expensive and you have to wait long lines, so I recomend to buy a VIP pass, is worthy.
The place is located some 25 to 40 minutes outside Mexico city going to Cuernavaca on the federal road. It is a ranch that has many different attractions and workshops from the way to do tortillas out of the corn to cheese workshops, also. It has several attractions like gotcha, zip lines. All is considered for the children with some...
We did not have a reservation but were made to feel very welcome. Service was impeccable , and so was the food. Noisy as are all the Mexican restaurants but the vibe was great, we tried going back another night but the wait was was too long without a reservation.
Small Italian jewel in Tlalpan for sure. Chef will delight you with simple but tasty creations which will melt all flavors in shining deliciously garnered plates. Local and international beer, great coffee and tasty deserts. Don’t go without a reservation.
If you are a foreign tourist or local turist or just want to taste or enjoy a traditional mexican meal, this is the place.
The building, the waiter/ waitress are dress in a traditional way with mariachis singing all the time.
The breakfast as buffet is full of delicious and tasty in the most traditional way.
Go and enjoy a...
Had a great lunch at the Hacienda Tlalpan. The food was amazing. As we arrived early 1:30pm the service was perfect. Most of the people arrived at 4pm for lunch on Saturday. This hacienda is different from the other hacienda we have been in CDMX. When you reserve make sure you are outside.
Friendly staff, nice room service variety and prices since there wasn’t much to go out to. In my opinion it needs more pillows and in-room coffee maker. The room was small, but clean and with nice toiletries. Comfy bed, and nice blackout blinds. Not a lot of street noice.
Everything was ok, it is a bit far from the center but the area is also interestingl with Coyoacan, San Angel and El pedregal very close to the hotel. Then, you can easily visit Frida Kaho’s places and Luis Barragan house in El Pedregal, amazing
I have to say most of the staff is really good service wise, but overall our experience was not good. The first day there we asked for an iron (because there wasn't one in the closet) and the response was "have you checked your closet?" Every day, our soap which was new was taken and a new one set (very...
The most important thing for people staying here this is a hotel inside a hospital what it means it is designed on purpose for people who is visiting or for people that need to be close, if you see things that way it’s a perfect hotel to be with the ones you love, downstairs they have varios restaurants like “Frutos...
This is a big hotel but had very few guests there this month. The rooms are huge but dated, housekeeping and front desk did a good job. A good Tlalpan Location,Free Wi-Fi and a mediocre restaurant are the high lights . ROAD NOISE And No AC are THE DOWNSIDE!