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
When searching for a place to stay photos of this luxurious hotel caught my attention. It was a little more than what I was planning on spending but it offered so much at a very reasonable price. The exterior if the building is nondescript but upon entering the lobby we were awestruck by the marble floors of the clean ample lobby. The hotel staff was very friendly. The check-in super fast. A man carried our bags to our room. When we entered we were so surprised to see just how big the suite was. Our son ran to the bathroom because he wanted to see the Jacuzzi and he was so thrilled. The Jacuzzi was plenty big enough for two people. Everything was so clean. Two white bathrobes hung in the closet. There was an ironing board, iron, safe, and lots of hangers. The bedroom very spacious with adjoining living room area. A huge television say on a turntable in between the two rooms so you could watch television from either side simply by turning it around, or even to watch in the kitchen. I LOVED the kitchen! I really like to cook. It was a full kitchen with toaster, blender, microwave and two burner electric stove. A full size refrigerator with freezer. A sink and a cabinet full of pots and pans, plates and glasses, and a drawer with spatulas, forks, knifes and spoons. A beautiful counter top and a block with cutting knives... The beds were super comfy, with lots of pillows and plush comforters and extra blankets. Wood flooring everywhere. A glass dining table. Everything so clean!
Traveller from San Diego, CA
Situated in Mexico City, this apartment is within 1 mi (2 km) of Centro Comercial Perisur and Cuicuilco Archaeological Zone …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
We were very surprised about the hotel appearance and excellent staff. We were within walking distance to several meusums and some great dining places. We definitely come back to this hotel. We would recommend this hotel for everyone.
Traveller from Scottsdale
In one of Mexico City's finest neighborhoods, the Fiesta Americana Grand Chapultepec is across the street from Chapultepec …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.