"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
It is really well located,close to Angel de la Independencia,walking distance to Chapultepec Castle and many more attractions. Although the staff was very nice and helpful,the room was not what I was expected. Yeah I know you get what you paid for, but still we expected to have hot water and a functional shower. Very small shower,shower head wouldn't move at all and it was very uncomfortable to basically take a shower,cockroaches in the bathroom,safe box not working. I wouldn't go back to this hotel though.I stayed at better ones in Mexico City for the same price. But in the end if you don't care about all these it might be an ok choice.
Traveller from Gainesville,Virginia
Situated in the business district, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of The Angel of Independence Monument and U.S …More
I have stayed at the Roommate Valentina hotel for the last 4 years and won't stay anywhere else! The hotel is perfect in every way. The best part is it's location as it is in the middle of everything, with bars/clubs and restaurants being seconds away. I love this hotel!
Traveller from Houston, TX
Located in Colonia Juarez, this boutique hotel is within a 10-minute walk of The Angel of Independence Monument and U.S …More
Pocket Guide: Mexico City Paseo de la Reforma Hotels
Reforma is noted for the Paseo de la Reforma which is a 12 km long avenue and park in Mexico City and sprawls through the city's main financial, commercial, and entertainment districts. Some of the city's attractions such as the Modern Art Museum, the Museum of Anthropology, and the National History Museum all sit in the Chapultepec Park and Zoo, a large park along the Paseo de la Reforma.