Camino Real Pedregal

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Periferico Sur 3647, Col Heroes De Padierna, Mexico City 10700, Mexico
Camino Real Pedregal
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Satisfaction Terrible
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Costs 40% less but rated 34% lower than other 5 star hotels

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  • Families36
  • Couples27
  • Solo50
  • Business26

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Any public transportation option for people staying at Camino Real-Pedegral hotel?

by aleph2000_98

Hi there. I will be traveling on business to Mexico City in two months or so, and probably, will stay at the Camino Real-Pedregal hotel. (Although this will not be my first time in Mexico City it will be my stay at this hotel. Yes, I know that the location is quite off the beaten path, on the Periferico Sur; and according to my map there's no close metro station around. The closest subway station seems to be Universidad (on line 3). So, I am wondering if there is any bus line running between the Universidad (or any other metro station) and the area where this hotel is located.
Si lo prefieren, pueden responderme en español. Nota: Este hotel queda al lado de un importante hospital privado: Hospital Angeles. Asumo entonces, que debe haber por lo menos una linea de autobuses (peseros?) que conecte este hospital con el metro.
Thanks for your help! Gracias!

RE: Any public transportation option for people staying at Camino Real-Pedegral hotel?

by gomexico

I don't have a sure answer to your question. However, I will be very, very surprised if there isn't a microbus you can take from the hotel-area to one of the Metro stations. The microbus network is extensive, as you already know. My suggestion is that you send an email to, or telephone, the hotel asking your question. Certainly, hotel staff use the microbusses to get to/from work/home everyday and will be able to help you.

RE: Any public transportation option for people staying at Camino Real-Pedegral hotel?

by Laura_Mexico

Aleph, te explico: si tu hotel esta junto al H. Angeles, entonces tendrias que tomar un pesero/microbus (bus) sobre Periferico, con direccion al sur (generalmente dicen "Cuemanco" pues se dirigen hacia alla). Te tendrias que bajar de este camion en el cruce de periferico con Insurgentes (justo enfrente del centro comercial que se llama PERISUR, casi donde empieza Ciudad Universitaria) y ahi tomar otro camion sobre Insurgentes direccion CENTRO que diga "Metro Universidad". Creo que es la manera mas rapida y directa de llegar al metro, pues no hay otro que yo sepa que se encuentre mas cerca de ese rumbo... desgraciadamente esta muy lejos de la civilizacion ese hotel, jejeje.

Saludos y espero que te sirva la informacion.

Travel Tips for Mexico City

Aztec Dancers

by Blatherwick

Between the Zocalo and the Temple Mayor, you will likely find dancers dressed up Aztec warriors. Notice the chalk on the sidewalk forming Aztec symbols. It's as close as you're ever going to come to actual Aztec culture.

Dia de Los Muertos - Honouring the dead

by Manyana

it was my first day ever in mexico. the streets were flooding with people dressing in traditional costumes and dancing on thriving yet pleaing beats. there were many people performing the dance for their ancestors in the street. they were burning incense, crossing visitors with herbs and flowers, and reciting prayers in spanish for the sake of the Mayan god of death. people, including myself, were dancing in even rows, accurately following the loud beats of the drums, and nearly making no mistakes or missing a step out.

when i hesitated for a bit to join the dancing crowd, an old lady approached me, said something in spanish i could barely hear or understand, and was pointing at the crowd for me to join . i dropped off my backpack, and instantly joined. a gentleman noticed my naive steps, gave me a gentle smile, pointing to follow his steps. i smiled back. seconds later, we all became one group with united dancing steps.

that was the most religious joyful experience ever!

Plastic Bags

by Aptypo

They're great for packing out a little lunch containing wetness, and bagging potential leaks before they happen. Plastic bags are useful for snacks (crackers, mini rice cakes, dry cereal, dried fruit or nuts and the like) - LARGE PLASTIC BAG for wet clothes (can also be used as a CHANGING PAD in a pinch) The 2-gallon JUMBO SIZE is handy for packing clothing. Simply place your bulky items in the special triple-laminated plastic bag, and then roll the air out through its one-way valve, flattening the bag and creating up to 80% more packing space. It's perfect for dirty clothes (more room for souvenirs!); not good for clothes that wrinkle easily. Jumbo bag measures 27 1/2 x 38 1/2".

Iglesia & Hospital de Jesús

by AnnaLupilla

If I wouldn't have met Rafael one day, I never went there, that's for sure, as he took me there to pick up his cousin Adrian.
Built on order of Hernán Cortés between 1521 and 1524, it is the only building of the 16th century in the Centro Historico. It was constructed in a place Aztecs called Huitzillan, referring to the first encounter between the emperor Moctezuma II and the Spanish conqueror on November 8, 1519 after entering Tenochtitlán. A monument on Calle Pino Suárez reminds of that event.
Cortés died 1547 near Sevilla (Spain), but his remains were carried 1794 to this church (entrance Calle Salvador).
In 1663 a rich indigenous woman named Petronila Jerónimo left this institution an image of Jesús Nazareno, origin of its current name.
The hospital is not Latin America's oldest, but the only one what has worked without interruption since its foundation.
In the upper level can be found murals by José Clemente Orozco.
Address: Pino Suárez and El Salvador, Centro Histórico Open: Mon-Sat 7am-8pm, Sun 7am-1pm and 5-8pm. Free admission. Metro: Zócalo.

RUMBA

by krisfromthevalley about RUMBA

Salsa bar, great music--it was a live band. We got there a bit early, then it got packed. Salsa dancing was spectacular. We weren't the best salsa dancers but definitely enjoyed the music and dancing. What is great is that there are not only young people..but people of all ages and they are ALL having fun. A little bit more dressed up then casual.

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 Camino Real Pedregal

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Address: Periferico Sur 3647, Col Heroes De Padierna, Mexico City 10700, Mexico