"Forget staying at 4 Seasons Stay at Las Alcobas "
Bottom line is Las Alcoboas is one of the classiest hotels in Mex D.F. conveniently located in Polanco. My business associates were staying at The Four Seasons and while pleased with some of the amenities of a larger hotel were extremely disappointed in the physical plant. True, the rooms at L.A. are not large but they are well-appointed and fully automated, including a state of the art Toto toilet the cleans and dries your derriere (crazy, no?).
Las Alcobas- a new luxury modern boutique property- refining the art of hospitality in the capital citys posh Polanco …More
Hotel is nice. Well kept. Staff is great very helpful. Internet was spotty. Almost no Englush language television stations.
Restaurant/bar is very nice although wait staff speaks little English. Got by fine.
I had a great time at the W. Mexico City. The staff was great! The area in which it is set, is a very nice part of the city near many nice restaurants and shops. It was beautiful weather when I was and the city was alive and vibrant. Some construction going on at the time, but it was fairly quiet where it could be heard, which was nowhere near the guestrooms.
The hotel was very nice in a good location. We stayed for 3 nights in September. The staff was friendly and helpful, but sometimes there was a struggle to communicate due to the language barrier. We were upgraded upon check-in for being Expedia Silver members. The lounge has a great view of the castle.
Cons: The bed sloped on one side so there was always the sense that you would roll off the bed. Also, the bell hops/valets seem to have an arrangement with some unmetered "taxi" drivers. They got us to where we needed to go, but definitely ask the price before you get in or you might get ripped off. Also, one day we were in our room in the middle of the day and the staff kept trying to get into the room to replenish the mini bar. A little annoying when trying to take nap.
Overall, good hotel and would stay at again.
The Polanco area is a collection of seven neighborhoods bordering Mexico City’s famed Chapultepec Park. Both residential and commercial, the area hosts trendy night clubs and high-end boutiques. Chapultepec Park contains many cultural and recreational attractions, including the amazing Anthropology Museum, with the largest collection of pre-Columbian art in the Americas on display.
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