Casa de la Condesa Reforma

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Madrid 5 - Col Tabacalera, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06030, Mexico
Condesa Reforma
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43%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
22%
4
Very Good
5%
1
Average
16%
3
Poor
16%
3
Terrible
38%
7

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 424% more and rated 33% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families16
  • Couples33
  • Solo50
  • Business33

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Hotel price

by kimalex

Looked at the gillow hotel page but no price could i see. the reviews had prices.

Re: Hotel price

by leics

Do you mean the Vt page for Hotel Gillow?

VT does not give hotel info and prices, just member reviews and links to other sites for booking etc. VT is not a hotel booking site.

You can see the hotel rates here:

http://www.hotelgillow.com/Epages/hotel_gillow_rates.php

Re: Hotel price

by jerry786

google www.hotelgillow.com

Re: Hotel price

by leics

I did google. That's how I found the link I gave.

Is there a problem with the link?

Re: Hotel price

by osoeno

2 weeks ago the posted rate at the hotel gillow for a single was 574 pesos. A double is about a hundred pesos more and further upgrades are possible, The service is good and so is the restaurant. I think its about as good as a moderate priced hotel gets and the location is excellent. Security is good.

Travel Tips for Mexico City

Acclimate

by jenn_d

People respond differently to the high altitutde of Mexico City. It is not uncommon to experience a headache and even a nose bleed during the first day or so. I drank my headache in submission at the VT meeting.

Colonia Roma neighborhood

by ciberamigo

Developed in 1903 as a high-end neighborhood, it originally was filled with eclectic mansions and art nouveau buildings; it started to decline in the 1940s and between the 1970s-1990s it was impoverished. This area had a big proportion of its original architecture replaced by mediocre international-style buildings; however, there are still hundreds of the original structures surviving, featuring beatifully sculptured stone façades and giving an old-times feel to the area. Today Colonia Roma is experiencing a revival, with open-air cafes, and many restored buildings.

Walk over Orizaba Ave., between Luis Cabrera Square and Rio de Janeiro Square to get a taste of one of the city's most famous neighborhoods. Colonia Roma has a very central location (it is immediately south of Zona Rosa).

For those interested in literature: This neighborhood was the home of William Burroughs the three years he lived in Mexico City; his apartment (and where he killed his wife) is at 122 Monterrey Ave.

http://www.mexicocity.com.mx/Col_Roma.html

Our Holy Mother "The virgin of Guadalupe"

by anagrettel

For most Mexican (Catholics) the lady of Guadalupe is very important, even if you don't share the same religion, don't ever offend the image or her name. She is our Holy Mother, We "catholic mexicans" venerate her image and love her in a way that is probably not understood in others countries. So, be respectful.

An about the 85% of Mexicans is of the Catholic religion, but we have all religions.

Sandals

by Aptypo

Very nice to have in hot climates, but since they don't cover your feet completely, they might give sand fleas (chiggers) a chance to get a fresh place to lay their eggs. Not dangerous, but very icky. A pair of FLIP-FLOPS are o.k. as long as you don't walk too far in them. They don't last long. Great when you have to enter that filthy hotel bathroom. Other people have moved on to WATER SOCKS for that purpose.

The town of...

by Pierre_Rouss

The town of Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo
Unique Quality : Enchantingly dissimilar.
Ixtapa, a modern, glamourous resort with world-class beachfront hotels, championship golf courses and a yacht marine, pampers its guests with supreme luxuries.
Zihuatanejo (prounounced see-wa-tah-NEH-hoa), a quaint Mexican 'pueblo' where fishing has been a tradition for centuries, embraces a scenic, beachlined sheltered bay of the same name.
This unique 'double destination' fulfills every vacationer's yearnings.
Location : Mexico City is about 300 miles northeast and a 35 minute flight. Acapulco is 150 miles down the coast southeast via the Coastal Highway 200.
Must do activities : in Ixtapa : you will find all kind of stores and restaurants specially aimed at tourists... clean, diverse but expensive.
in Zihuatanejo : typical Mexican town, you will find stores, markets, libraries, town house, etc. aimed at Mexican people... more rundown, dirty, varied and pretty cheap. The downtown market is great if you are not too sensitive.
Must do activities : Ixtapa Island
Take a short boat ride across the bay to Ixtapa Island (10 minutes offshore) and spend the day sunbathing, swimming, snorkling, savoring super-fresh seafood in delightful cateries right of the beach.
Getting around : Taxis are well maintained, plentiful and inexpensive. Public minibuses run between Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo with intermediate stops.
Nightlife : Ixtapa has glittery 'high-tech' all-night discotheques, and there are plenty of lively nightspots in Zihuatanejo.

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Address: Madrid 5 - Col Tabacalera, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06030, Mexico