This was my second stay at this property. Check-in was simple. The hotel provides quite in the business that exits in Mexico City. The hotel is near (walkable within 20 minutes) to many tourist type attractions such as Bellas Artes, Zocalo, etc. The room was spacious. I personally found the bed to be a bit firm, but the other bedding items were comfortable. Great value for the price paid.
Traveller from Milwaukee, WI
This high-rise hotel is located on the popular Paseo de la Reforma Avenue near the financial, cultural, and historic …More
This hotel is well-kept, clean and possibly recently renovated. It was quite large as was the shower. Staff were exceptionally nice. Breakfast was very good and worth the extra. They very kindly held my room even though my plane was over 4 hours late and I was past the 9PM check-in limit. It's located in what seems to be a pretty safe area.
There's a lot in walking distance including the SIlversmith Arts & Crafts market in the Zona Rosa. Great prices at the market and lots of selection. I was worried about being sold tin for silver, but I've had my ring for 3 weeks now and it is not turning my finger black.
I paid xx.xx for the night. I'd say I got a great deal and would DEFINITELY return there.
Traveller from Canada
Located in Reforma, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Cuauhtemoc Monument and Biblioteca Benjamin Franklin. Teatro …More
The hotel is excellent. It was clean and the room was big and comfortable. We were 3 of us and we did not have any problem there. The staff is very helpful and friendly. They have free computers. The buffet breakfast was great.
Traveller from New Jersey, NJ
This family-friendly Mexico City hotel is located in the historical district, within a 10-minute walk of Cristobal Colon …More
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.