Ratings based on 277 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.7 Room cleanliness
3.7 Service & staff
3.1 Room comfort
3.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Edo. de Mexico
El Hotel con excelente ubicación. Servicio regularPosted Jun 1, 2015
Pros: Su ubicación.
Cons: Actualización de sus instalaciones, capacitar a su personal que debería tener una actitud de servicio más profesional.
Ubicado en el corazón del Ctro. Histórico de la Cd. de México. Instalaciones muy antiguas un poco descuidadas. Servicio del personal bastante deficiente.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Japan
All staff kind and helpful.Posted May 26, 2015
Pros: I like atmosphere.
Cons: more information about Mexico city and closed area.
Location: famous area no need to say ; by Socaro
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. .
by A verified traveler from mcallen tx
Posted Apr 9, 2015
Pros: La vista al zócalo y el almuerzo
Cons: Quizás las habitaciones mejorarlas pintarlas
Location: Eso estuvo bien
Muy buena vista pero el piso tenía mucho polvo, no abría toallas ni agua al entrar al cuArto. Lo mejor fue la vista del restaurant y el desayuno el buffet
by A verified traveler
Nice vew to the CatedralPosted Apr 8, 2015
Did not have were to park a car. The people was very noise the room did not have towels, water, and a iron.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Cambridgeshire, UK
Traditional hotel in city centrePosted Mar 24, 2015
Pros: Charming old-style hotel, excellent location and views
Cons: The WiFi signal was poor. Could not use it at all in the room; it was better in the public areas, so long as not many other users
Location: Hotel entrance literally a few meters from the Zocalo. Go out there just before 08:00 in the morning to see the flag-raising ceremony.
This is an old hotel in an old building, so don't expect luxury. However, it's a fine example of a traditional Mexican hotel in terms of architecture and décor, with plenty of galleries, arches, greenery and natural light inside. There is a rooftop bar/restaurant that looks out directly over the Zocalo: a stunning view. In clear conditions (admittedly rare) you can even see the volcano Popocatapetl in the distance. Our room looked out over the side street, but still we had a good view of the cathedral. Being located just off the Zocalo, this hotel is superbly located right in the city centre, with easy access to taxis and the metro. The street that it's in - Madero - is now pedestrianized, which was a nice surprise and makes for very pleasant wandering both by day and in the evening.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
hotel historique à tout point de vuePosted Mar 23, 2015 on Hotels
hôtel historique et désuet très bien placé
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Hawaii
A colonial style hotel in the central districtPosted Mar 14, 2015
Pros: Colonial style in the heart of the central district - downtown
Cons: Amenities in the room like coffee. It is hard to find drip coffee in Mexico
Location: Centrally located in a nice business/shopping district. Lots of good restaurants.
Finding the hotel was a bit of a challenge for our taxi driver. The hotel is on a pedestrian only street which is nice - the hotel beds were very hard - had a coffee maker but no coffee. Room was clean. It was okay and the price was right. The restaurant opened at 7am and we had to leave by 6:30am - so no breakfast to start our day. The hotel staff was accommodating. Overall a nice place at an affordable price.
for Couplesby Pauline from San Antonio, Texas
Loved Our Stay!Posted Mar 12, 2015 on Hotels
Restaurant on 7th floor has excellent view of the Zocolo. Enjoyed viewing flag ceremony morning raising of the Mexica Flag ( huge) as well as the lowering of the Flag in late afternoon. Soldiers at attention and a Drum and Bugle Corp in attendance. Location a plus, close to many Historical sights, including Garibaldi Square with many Mariachi Groups. Loved our stay!
for Personal Eventby Michael from Oakland
Great Location, nonexistent WifiPosted Mar 3, 2015 on Hotels
This hotel in a great location, and the views of the zócalo from my room were stunning. But otherwise, there's not much to recomend this place. The room was plain, the bed hard and uncomfortable, the wifi nonexistent, the staff very unconcerned about the non existent wifi. You're not allowed to use the elevator on your own, but the elevator operator is often occupied with other activities. I would not stay here again.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Guatemala
Conveniently located, close to the ZocaloPosted Feb 27, 2015
Pros: Good location
Cons: Modernize its rooms.
Location: You can visit the Zocalo, Cathedral and walk across the Francisco Madero Avenue which is a pedestrian way.
It's a quiet hotel conveniently located in the heart of Mexico D.F. Hasn't been renovated in many years but everything works ok and the staff is very kind.