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Reviewed 30 July 2015 via mobile

I stayed at this one night when all the other hotels where booked around Revolution where full. I paid 377 pesos for a room with water stains on the ceiling no ac and no cable in the room only a fan. Couch pillows for the bed. No in room wifi(wifi in the lobby only) and the shower in the bathroom had no shower head. This is by far was an overpriced for tj not the states hotel i ever stayed in. See other hotels around revolution offer similar service at a much better price like 300 pesos or below. Which for those i would not complain so much but i stayed in a hotel up the street during the week that has in room wifi ac for 370 pesos a night. Which at the time of writing it was about 16 pesos per us dollar.
They did have ones with ac that where full the night i was there but those over look a shopping area where there is noise and music late into the night so not to stay if you need sleep also those are like four to five hundred pesos a night. Even when i looked at one of these rooms once they where still just as ugly and dirty as the room i stayed in just with ac and cable. I assuming not sure but i believe the wifi even in these more expensive rooms is still in the lobby. So your paying a lot foe not much of a return your better if you are able to stay at the espaina or there even hotels in other parts of tj that are beautiful for the same pesos.
The upside where the staff where super friendly and accommodating the room itself was pretty quiet as i was on the inside room away for the noisy shopping area it over looked. Once just hopping in a cold shower to cool myself off and then going into the room with the fan running i was comfortable for the night. To block what ever noise might have come during the night i used the app noise machine with a pair of headphones. Which is app that produces brown noise and that app with the headphones has allowed me to sleep in the noisiest hotels in mexico. I am not paid or endorsed or funded by the app makers. I just have found this is the best background noise app i have tried. Mexico i am finding is very noisy.

Stayed: July 2015, travelled solo
Thank cheapbadtardtraveler
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Reviewed 4 January 2015 via mobile

I haven't stayed in hotel but visited a restaurant. It's nice place, clean, prices are not expensive and food is very good. Mexican food and sea food, service is good. Stuff is very welcoming and friendly, easy to talk and make friends with :)

Stayed: January 2015, travelled solo
2  Thank JulietVatslaviv
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Reviewed 13 March 2014

I like to stay at the Hotel Nelson. It has a "at home" feeling. The staff is great. One thing I love is hearing the Mariachis outside of my window at night. Don't care what time of night they play.....it's a great felling =)

Julie Orozco

Room Tip: I suggest the rooms with the windows facing the outside stage.
  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled with family
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2  Thank Jpinkable
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Reviewed 30 December 2013

Real old-school hotel and basic, perhaps reminding you of that first trip to TJ at 18. Reasonably clean and cheap. Helpful at the front desk. Get a room overlooking the plaza and you get live mariachis playing right outside your window until the last partier has spent his last peso, often around 6:00 AM. Located right at the junction of the relatively tame Revo and the more adventurous red-light district of Calle Coahuila, your destiny all depends on how many margaritas you've had, starting at the folksy little bar in the lobby.

  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank Roy F
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Reviewed 21 June 2013

Stayed here and loved it for what it is. It is a cheap hotel in the heart of Revolucion Ave. I crashed here one night after a few too many tequilas. Was happy I still had my kidney's in the morning (kidding). This is not a place for the wife and kiddies. The room had paper thin walls so that you can hear everything on the street and in the hotel. The bedsheets were clean but old and so are the rooms themselves. Rev Ave rocks all night so sleep is NOT an option, but passing out is. To be clear, this is a place to crash, not to be spoiled. No spa, no pool, just a bed and plumbing. Viva el bano!

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled solo
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8  Thank Otto K
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