We stayed there for tennis tournament at Deportivo San Agustin. 10 min walk. Nice and clean historical hotel with shopping mall and supermarket across the street. There is a bunch of edible restaurants within the walking reach. I travel a lot and very picky but will stay at Quinta when in Monterrey again with no doubts. Our suite was on the buttom level with inside garden view and was super quite. The only noise was from the bathroom fan/AC that didn't bother us at all.
Traveller from Miami
This family-friendly Garza Garcia hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Plaza Fiesta San Agustin, KidZania Monterrey, and Galerias …More
Its a great hotel great location but they dont have the dame attention or the same staff thatvthe had before i recomend this hotel just because of the location no more than that, if you pay almost 200 daily you have to pay valet abou 30 more, the breakfast is very expensive, if you find another hotel by this area cheaper go there
Traveller from parral, chihuahua mexico
This Garza Garcia hotel is 2.9 kilometers from the Basilica de Guadalupe, 3.5 kilometers from Plaza Zaragoza, and 4 …More
Shaped like a topsail, the dramatic Unity Bridge crosses the Santa Catarina River and links Monterrey with Garza Garcia. Also known as San Pedro, this affluent city is home to several corporate offices and enclosed, American-style shopping malls, such as Plaza Fiesta San Agustin. In the Valle Oriente district, modern office towers share the skyline with nearby mountains.