Excellent hotel in a peculiar neighborhood
Posted Apr 3, 2016
The hotel is great-quiet, good shower with quick hot water, modern elevator, large lock box in the room, and helpful staff. The restaurant was good and fast for breakfast, we ordered off the menu, but like other regular restaurants in the area cost more than usual. The room featured toiletries including lotion, pen and note paper, a closet and shelves for clothes, two small bottles of water daily, and 2 bath towels 1 hand towel but no wash cloths. The room was compact. Internet service was variable. We did not use the business center but when we passed there were always people using it. Hidalgo metro station is a few steps to the right out the front door. Line 4 metrobus stop Museo San Carlos (which connects to the airport and TAPO bus station) is to the right just around the corner. To the right then across the street on Rosales one finds normal restaurants including one with a bakery. In a block or two you are in an upscale area. The other direction from the hotel the neighborhood is run down. Half a block from the Museo San Carlos, full of European fine art, we saw a nicely dressed young street walker eating a bag of potato chips with chili. How much of a culture contrast is that? It was not a dangerous area just extremely eclectic.
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Jan 3, 2017 by KARINA, Hotel Management
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