service, comfort and location! very nice hotel with old world charm and kept updated with all the comforts expected for the traveller. Welcome champagne, coffee and tea in the lobby at all times. Restaurant overlooking the zocalo with great views. Rooms are big, comfortable and well kept. Highly recommend. We got an excellent deal when booked through expedia.
Traveller from Leawood, KS, USA
Gran Hotel Ciudad De Mexico overlooks the Zócalo, the city's vast central square, making it a sightseer's dream. History …More
All staff are kind and helpful. Located in at the old Mexico City. Close to a Metro station, easy to go other area.
The atmosphere, in side the hotel including the room, appears to maintain traditional Buildings of Mexico; .I like it.
At night, when any festival is held, it is rather noisy; although you can see it at the restraunt at top floor. .
Traveller from Japan
Located in Downtown Mexico City, this hotel is steps from Zocalo, Plaza de la Constitucion, and Metropolitan Cathedral …More
It's a fair hotel which is starting to show its years, though it keeps nice furnitures it has no AC nor Heating. Walls are a little too thing for my taste and you can hear your neighbours with ease. Restroom looks good but has some quality issues and improvements in lightning will go a long way.
Traveller from Buenos Aires, ARG
This family-friendly Mexico City hotel is located near the airport, within a 5-minute walk of Museo de Cera and Cuauhtemoc …More
Hotel is located on a Centro Pedestrial only Street Madero half way between Central Alamada Park and the Plaza De La Constitucion. Easy waliking (and safe) to all hisitorical sites -- Cathederal, Plaza De Mayor, Palacio Nacional, Belles Artes, ...................... Large police presence in Centro and in the entire city to ensure safety. I average walking 15 to 18 miles a day -- every direction. The hotel is approximate to three different metro stops. The Metro is easy to navigate and safe -- just normal precautions. There is great food in the area but not the trendy more costly establishments.
Traveller from San Francisco
Located in Downtown Mexico City, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Banamex Cultural Palace Museum, Torre …More
The Centro Historico is the cultural and retail center of Mexico City. In it you’ll find the Plaza de la Constitucion, or Zocalo, a bustling public square surrounded by historic buildings. One of these buildings is the Palacio Nacional, where murals by Diego Rivera are on display. Nearby is the excavation site of Templo Mayor, believed by the ancient Aztecs to be the center of the universe.