This hotel is as good as it gets in zocalo. What a gorgeous historical place in the middle of everything with a great staff.
One thing you have to understand about this place is, it's right by Zocalo Square which is know for hosting concerts and being a historical old hotel the sound insulation isn't the best, and you will hear music till late in your room.
I didn't mind that and loved it all.
The hotel its incredible, the building itsantique, and has a fantastic colonial architecture, has a very nice patio in the middle of it. I would totallt recomend the restaurant in the first floor. The rooms are cool, modern and antique at the same time, staff would come in twice a day to check if the room its clean and if theres antything you need. BUT i have 2 major highlights, the first is that they do not haa=ve doors in the bathroom, nor in the shower, they only have curtains. The second is that the room has very poor lighting. I think its perfect for a couple not for friends to share the room.
The room had probably the best shower ever. The decoration was a bit untraditional (what they call "boutique" I think), but very comfortable and clean; there were photos of Rome in the halls. It was easy to explore many areas of the city center, just by walking in practically any direction from here, or by going on line 1 metro. The hotel is in a relatively quiet residential area, across Insurgentes from Zona Rosa (which can be shocking for some, and full of tourists and bars).
I was very impressed with the service, the administration and staff are very fiendly and proffecional's, i will recomend this beatifull hotel to any one,, the view from the roof terrace ,is just beatifull the location can't be better i will really go back again to the zocalo hotel,,
Clean and comfortable rooms with basic amenities. Breakfast can get you going without having to spend time looking for a place to eat. Hotel is located in a main street with easy access to transportation. Mall across the street with plenty of restaurants and shops.
Pocket Guide: Mexico City Downtown Mexico City Hotels
The Centro Historico is the cultural and retail center of Mexico City. In it you’ll find the Plaza de la Constitucion, or Zocalo, a bustling public square surrounded by historic buildings. One of these buildings is the Palacio Nacional, where murals by Diego Rivera are on display. Nearby is the excavation site of Templo Mayor, believed by the ancient Aztecs to be the center of the universe.
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