"Great Hotel, But They Charge The Internet Service"
I booked a Deluxe room and I was upgraded to a different room because I was an Expedia Gold member, so that was nice. The room was on a very good condition and it was very comfortable. It was not easy to find power outlets though, even though the room had a desk, I don't think it's meant for business travelers. Also, expect an expensive internet service.
Traveller from Morelia, Mexico
This family-friendly Mexico City hotel is located in the business district, within 1 mi (2 km) of Centro Santa Fe …More
This hotel is ok, but dont have places nearby for eat etc, rooms are very small, it is good for a couple of days, I had stayed for 15 days and managed to arrange the clothes. Staff is very good, I missed some important documents and called the hotel and they delivered to me at the airport.
Traveller from San Salvador, SV
Located in Santa Fe, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Expo Bancomer Santa Fe, Ciudad de los Ninos, and Centro Santa Fe …More
A relatively nice hotel in the center of Santa Fe, shopping mall right behind it. A lot of food options and stuff nearby. Room not as pictured at Experia, much smaller, but OK. No housekeeping done. Housekeeper was in room, took tip, but did not do anything. Aside from that, nice breakfast at convenient hours. As I recall 6 - 11.30 am. I would go again. As it is an convenient option.
Traveller from Hongkong
This family-friendly Mexico City aparthotel is located in the business district, within 1 mi (2 km) of Centro Santa Fe …More
Located in the western part of Mexico City, Santa Fe is a financial and business area consisting mostly of office towers. One of Mexico’s largest shopping mall, Centro Comercial Santa Fe, is located here, as is an upscale residential neighborhood, and a number of college campuses. Paseo de la Reforma runs from Santa Fe, through Chapultepec Park, to the city center.