"Great Value & Location, Friendly Staff"
I always evaluate a hotel based on the rate paid, and in this regard the hotel completely satisfied expectation. It's a Mexico standard mid-level corporate style hotel. It doesn't live up to standards of US or other international hotel brands, but the rate reflects that. It's a solid choice, has all the room amenities you'd expect, and is in the heart of the Zona Rosa - the area you go to for bars and nightlife. I felt absolutely no issues with safety in this area, or anywhere else in Mexico City I went. I booked a junior suite at an awesome price, and when I arrived I asked for a high floor to avoid local noise, and the hotel manager graciously accommodated my request. In fact, it seems she might have upgraded me, because I noticed on the fire exit floor plan (the floor plan on the door of every hotel room), that my room was definitely the largest on the floor. Decor is circa 1985-1990, but clean and in good condition. Bathroom was good, with a huge tub. Bed was the only real letdown, as it was much firmer than I favor, and the pillows were even more solid - I nevertheless I had good sleeps, but that might not be the same for everyone. My room had an odd layout, and one day as I was undressing I noticed that the room seemed bigger than I remembered...then it dawned on me that my door was wide open. Oops - the doors don't close by themselves! 24 hour room service, gym and rooftop pool available, but I didn't use them. Subway metro stop is 1 block away.
Traveller from Los Angeles, CA