honestly for my first time in the historic city center of Mexico was Spectacular, , I loved all his history, all the museums around, its people, The original murals by Diego Rivera, all restaurants with its authentic Mexican food , it was a trip that was worth.
Alan from Dallas
Located in the heart of Mexico City and with the most beautiful main square - Plaza de la Constitucion's view, within steps …More
"Small, pleasant hotel with a very friendly staff."
This is a small property with spacious common areas and an extraordinary staff of very hospitable people. They are generous with their time and willing to help guests with great ideas to explore the neighborhood. This intimate hotel has a small, but good restaurant on site to add to the convenience and comfort of the guests.
One note: this is not a complaint, but the hotel is a little difficult to find as it is nestled on a quiet side street in the Condesa neighborhood and there is nothing to indicate that such a nice property exists just behind the gate. Considering the crowded urban areas close by, this is a welcome retreat. Nonetheless it is nicely situated to many of the multitude of places a visitor wants to see in Mexico City. I will check for availability the next time I travel to Mexico City.
Christian from California
This hotel is located in Mexico City (Roma - Condesa), close to Spain Park, Monumento a los Ninos Heroes, and Castillo de …More
Amberes Suites is a good hotel in a good location. We arrived very early and exhausted after a poorly planned overnight flight and the staff did all they could to get us into the hotel room by 9.30am. The suites were large and well appointed with a large clean bathroom and well appointed kitchen. The bedroom was not directly off the lounge so I could watch TV whilst my wife slept in. The suite also had a balcony so a late afternoon beer watching the Mexican street was a treat. The hotel is not brand new but there was no broken tiles or worn-out furniture, etc. The location was excellent and is situated in an area with great nightlife and gives the place a festive feel, with many good restaurants. One issue was a Karaoke bar across the street that was too load but not so in the bedroom which are located to the rear of the suite.
If going to Mexico City again the first thing I would do is book this hotel.
Ian from Melbourne, Australia
Hotel Suites Amberes is in the heart of Mexico City. It is surrounded by restaurants; the commercial center and very near the …More
First and foremost I loved this hotel. It was favorably priced for a great ambiance, accessible/safe location, and wonderful staff. Our experience for the three nights we stayed was wonderful.
BUT, I'm a light sleeper and the streets below were pretty loud throughout the night. Zone Rosa is the bar district and LGBT epicenter, but the noise from the clubs didn't keep me awake, it was the early morning honking and people yelling at 3-4am. That might be when all the bars close. Every once in a while I heard a baby cry in neighboring rooms, but the early morning noise from the city woke me up every morning. So, I recommend this hotel to anyone (and I would probably go back) but just be aware that you might wake up periodically in the morning hours...or bring some ear plugs.
Nate from Dallas, TX
This hotel is located in Mexico City (Zona Rosa), close to Glorieta de Insurgentes, The Angel of Independence Monument, and …More
If you need a budget option, the Stella Maris is perfect. I have stayed at numerous hotels in Mexico City that offer more expensive rooms which are actually much smaller than the Junior Suite (room 211) at the Stella Maris. I loved the floor-to-ceiling windows that looked out on the park. If you want a quiet room, get one that faces the interior of the hotel. If you don’t mind the street noise, which includes music during the day and passing vehicles at night, I highly recommend an exterior room with a view of the park, which hosts assorted vendors during the week and an art market on Sundays. The staff at the hotel is very warm and always available if you need assistance. The hotel security is excellent, and the restaurant has an open-air option if you don't mind sitting with the smokers. The room tended to heat up during the day due to the sun coming through the windows, but the staff gave me a fan that supplemented the air conditioning, and the circulating air made the temperature comfortable. The location is perfect for walking to a local bakery and the laundry/dry cleaners, which are on the other side of the park on Río Neva. You can also easily walk to the large shopping mall (with restaurants and a movie theater) called Reforma 222. The taxi drivers at the hotel are excellent. The location near Reforma and Insurgentes is ideal. The hotel gym looked nice (only one treadmill--FYI). I chose to jog outside in the mornings. The Chapultepec park is within running distance.
Frequent Travel from Cheyenne WY
This hotel is located in Mexico City (Reforma), close to Cuauhtemoc Monument, The Angel of Independence Monument, and U.S …More