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Time seems to have frozen in several areas that still remain true to what Tlalpan once was, but the clock is still ticking in the relaxed environment that makes it the perfect neighborhood for friends, couples and families who love to explore at their own pace. Plaza de la Constitución is where everyone gathers on weekends to listen to live music and where some of the best coffee shops, restaurants and bookstores satisfy the foodies of the area. Natural beauty such as the lush forest of Ajusco are perfect for those who love to keep in touch with the outdoors.
The museum makes you travel through the time, everything it is working! Is like a movie of the last century but it is real! I really recommend to take a family moment on Sunday visit the museum and then eat something in Tlalpan Downtown. Marco and his crew are amazing hostess and have the knowledge and very good service in...
Very nice site to eat, chat and meet people. Large benches are shared by all kinds of people and many restaurants and bars offer all kinds of food. We had rips, soup and churros, with a couple of beers and a nice talk with another family...
I paid VIP experience. It was perfect I don't have to do line. Love it.
But the ticket for the buffet was horrible. I complained for that, because I paid a lot of money for that. So I complained and they give me a sweater.
$$ - $$$ • Pizza, Italian, Mediterranean, European
"Salt in a charmnng neighborhood"
reviewed 6 August 2018 by Delta90017
Had soup and a fish dish. Both were inedible because so salted. Other dishes were great, including deserts like Tiramisu. I will go back but make sure the salt is under control. It's rare to find a good Italian restaurant here and this is one. Good wine list too.
The place is good if you are visiting Mexico City and do you want to taste a good barbacoa. Surrounded by “papel picado” colorful paper decoration, just like the Pixar’s Coco, and traditional dancers and mariachi, you’ll experience a Mexican fiesta. Not cheap though.
This hotel is reminiscent of the Hyatt Regency Bethesda of 1994 — large window elevators and lots of internal space for a lounge and lobby, looking up to rooms that have pergo floors and no carpet, a standup shower that is just fine, and comfortable beds. The AC was a tad musty. But other than that this exceeded expectations.
We stayed in this hotel 10 years ago, and decided to stay here again. Although the price is quite good, the service and the installations are not. The desk attendants are young and without experience, and lacked the usual courtesies. The installations are really starting to get rough around the edges... for instance, we had a first room on the...
Plenty of good activities, big pool and great entertainment. Restaurants have a lot of options and the food is good. They have a shopping center with lots of stores, food and a disco for adults only. The staff is helpful and if you need to get around you can hop on any of the golf carts driving around.
This hotel is weird. Feels more like a hospital because it is in a hospital. The lobby is on the 5th floor. Access is difficult and through the hospital parking lot. Tiny elevators. Inside the rooms the lighting, bathroom and overall feel are like being in a hospital. I chose this hotel because of the overall location in the city,...
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!