The cost per night of these hotel was U.S. $48.00 per night, we booked through internet, it sounded so good and so we booked our stay. The hotel location is considerably safe, easy to get around the city, next to a 7/11 convienient store which is open 24/7. As we got in our hotel room, it had a kind size bed, clean ironed bedsheet and clean pillow cases, newly washed towels. We were assigned room #1406. Our first night, everything went well, as we got home the following day, our toilet was smelling so foul, a very disgusting smell, so we went down to the lobby and advise them, they said all rooms have the same smell, it was like a dead rat smell, but it was coming from the toilet. They said upon our leaving the room the plumber will check it, but through out our 4 nights it remain the same.
The internet works well and they do have good internet connection.
On the 2nd floor is where they have their dinning room, that serves continental breakfast, Mexican breakfast which was yummy.
The receptionist are all very courteous, yet any complains or disappointments they will just apologize and do nothing about it, perhaps because majority of the receptionists are very young and do not understand the necessity of good comfort. SO, on the fourth day, we moved out to a different hotel.
Unique Quality: Since we were on the 14th floor, we then had a good view.
Directions: Colonia Juarez, close to Reforma. (CLOSEST METRO REFORMA).
Hotel El Ejecutivo
06600 Mexico City
Phone: 566 6422 or 566 6565
Fax: 705 5476 or 535 5088
Paseo de la Reforma 500, Colonia JuÃ¡rez, Mexico City
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Avenida Juarez 70, Colonia Centro, Mexico City
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Address: Viena No 8, Col Juarez, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06600, Mexico