The staff could not have been more helpful. I loved it that they took your luggage for you across the bridge to the airport. No shuttles or taxis to deal with! We had dinner there as well and the food was very good.
The Camino Real Aeropuerto Mexico is connected by a pedestrian bridge to domestic terminal 1, gate B, of Benito Juárez …More
"Normal room "Zona Rosa" but with gay night ambient"
During the check in I was notified "there was not ready the room" and when I have mentioned that I will walk around the same receptionist indicated the room is ready now, all this in less of 5 minutes.
The room in floor 2, very noisy and my baby 1 year old during the night did not sleep by the noise and the exterior lights. The second day the staff gave us other room in floor 5 and internal room with less exterior noise and less exterior lights.
After that, normal 3 star hotel services.
Traveller from Costa Rica
Located in Colonia Juarez, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Cibeles Fountain, The Angel of Independence Monument, and …More
Staff was very friendly and helpful. I arrived to hotel with an upset stomach. I asked if they had any medicine. For legal reasons the hotel does not stock medicine but they went above and beyond to provide the sources for me to get medicine. Very helpful when you are not familiar with the city.
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Museum of Light, Central de Abasto, and Parque Delta. Palacio …More
Requested for the same room (406) I stayed the last time so I knew what to expect. I like that this hotel is away from the touristy area. I got to experience people living in the area going about their daily routine. I always looked forward getting back to a quiet and air conditioned room after a long day of sightseeing and braving the metro rush hour crowd.
Traveller from Northern California
Situated in Mexico City, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Arena Ciudad de Mexico, The Angel of Independence Monument, and …More
In the northern part of Mexico City, the Industrial Area includes the municipalities of Naucalpan de Juarez and the city of Tlalnepantla de Baz. Heavily industrialized, the area also contains many retail businesses and several large, open-air markets. In pre-Columbian times, Naucalpan was knows as the kingdom of Tacuba. Today, it is the hometown of the famous Mexican rock band Café Tacuba.