Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5.0 Room cleanliness
5.0 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
5.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Baja California, Mx
Great location, nice food, cool experiencePosted Jul 31, 2014
Pros: Food was awesome
Cons: There are seethrough doors in the restroom, with no cealing.
Location: There are great shops just downstairs. Coffee shop is divine.
It's just minutes away from the most important square in the whole country. Food was great, service was nice and felt always welcomed.
for Business Travelersby Jim from Cambridge
Hip, fun hotel for urban experiencePosted Apr 12, 2014 on Hotels.com
The hotel was super hip and we'll designed. It is perfect for some who lives in a city and is used to noise and the commotion of a city. The staff is young and very nice. Great details in the rooms. They did an excellent job adapting the historic building for a modern design hotel.
for Couplesby Cora from San Francisco
Posted Mar 29, 2014 on Hotels.com
Great service, good restaurants and shops adjacent. Fantastic rooftop bar and pool & jacuzzi, just a couple blocks from the Zocalo in one direction and metro and Palacio Bella's Artes in the other. There was one glitch with our reservation, but multiple staff went out of their way to ensure our comfort, safety, and ability to make travel connections nonetheless. Unfailingly friendly and welcoming. Recommended for folks who can enjoy the nighttime views of the historic centro from the rooftop - solo travelers, friends, and couples. Perhaps a bit boring or too noisy in the evening for kids - didn't see any during our stay.
for Couplesby Cindy from Brooklyn NY
Great Boutique Hotel in Centro Mexico CityPosted Feb 10, 2014
My husband and I recently traveled to Mexico City for Zona Maco and a friend recommended this hotel. We were a bit apprehensive after reading some of the negative reviews on Trip Advisor, but I have to say that our stay was wonderful: there wasn't too much noise, the staff was incredibly friendly and helpful and the room was gorgeous. The downstairs restaurant, Azul Historico, is one of the best in the city and it's located very close to Zocalo. The hotel car was available to take us wherever we wanted to go (for a charge, of course. a nominally higher fee than a street taxi) and we were relatively close to everything (Mexico City has horrendous traffic jams that can spring up at any moment, so travel times vary greatly). We will definitely go back to either this location or one of Grupo Habita's other Mexico City hotels.
for Everyoneby cristo
Nice hotel near mexico city down townPosted Aug 30, 2013
Pros: That the hotel is so near the heart of mexico city downtown that you can do everything walking.
Cons: Everything is excellent, but maybe the noise of the Azul historico restaurant is a little bit uncomfortable to someone who wants to take rest.
Location: You have the cathedral, national palace and main govern offices at 2 blocks from your hotel. You have the main buildings of Mexico City downtown by wa
it was great that we receive an upgrade to the independence suite even thought i pay for a King suit, that was great! The food in Azul historico restaurant is the best Mexican food at the front desk of your hotel. The staff and valet parking were always very polite.
for Couplesby Richard from Chicago, IL, USA
Hi fashion hotelPosted Jan 2, 2013
Cons: Lack of lighting
Location: Good central location
Gorgeous but room lacked adequate lighting; needed flashlight at desk. Only 1 key given, which controlled lighting,so if 1 person left, they didn't have the ability to renter room without knocking, or take key which would turn off lights and leave other person in the dark. It was gorgeous. Open only 5 mo, so hopefully they will work this out