We didn't have hotel reservations ahead of time for a change, so we ended up at Hotel Century more or less by default. We used the airport's hotel finder desk, where the guy made a few calls for us, all the choices were about the same price, we flipped a coin, took a cab, there we were in Zona Rosa less than an hour later. Twin balconies on the 19th floor, a nice big bathroom, totally Mexican tv, a room safe in the closet, a hairdryer, a phone, a phone in the nice big bathroom (?!,) we were set.
Unique Quality: Excellent full breakfast buffet included in room rate!
Directions: Zona Rosa fringe
We waited until we arrived at MEX to arrange for our accomodations. The airport's tiny tourist-agency desk made some calls to various properties and we ended up choosing pretty well here. Our 19th-floor room had two balconies which looked out over a rather impressive cityscape. The included breakfast buffet was impressive as well, especially since it was listed at 97 pesos per person if one paid for it separately. There are two internet terminals in the lobby, no, make that the "business center," but beware, it's not the keyboard you may be used to...oh no, just like France...;-))
Unique Quality: Again, the views from our 19th floor perch were fabulous, helped by the sparking skies both during the day and at night. The central location makes this a decent deal for anyone not too concerned with bottom-dollar costs.
Directions: near Zona Rosa and the main Reforma boulevard
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