Fiesta Americana Reforma Ciudad de Mexico

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

Avenida Paseo de la Reforma 80 Colonia Jua¡rez, Mexico City, Central Mexico 06600, Mexico

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    Convenient Business style hotel with a nice view

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    Spent a couple fo days there.

    Unique Quality: Comfortable room with a great view on Mexico City.
    Conveniently located on Reforma in a safe area.
    10 minutes from Revolution Monument and 30 minutes from Bosque de Chapultepec.
    Very friendly staff.
    Nice bar with great Margaritas !

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by ChicagoGuy

Around the Zocalo we saw Aztec dancers and found a wonderful restaurant called “La Casa de Las Sirenas”. I had a poblano pepper stuffed with cheese and topped with a cream sauce and chopped nuts. They will make a dish for vegetarians on request. The Museo del Templo Mayor and the Templo Mayor are wonderful. The temple is not as impressive as the ones at Teotihuacan. The site is in pieces, but the museum has some wonderful artifacts that have been recovered. There is the Terrace restaurant at the Majestic hotel that has a perfect view of the Zocalo (plaza). The food is good, but not captivating. The Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana) has an Old World feel. I saw people so devoted to their faith that they kissed the floor of the church.

At the National Museum of Anthropology (Museo Nacional de Antropologia) I saw some of the finest pre-Columbian art I have ever seen. The lay out is well done. This place is a must see! The art, with its geometric lines, looks modern even though some of it is over 3,000 years old. It is inside the park of the grasshopper. This is a great place to see Mexico. There are many families, students, and lovers walking through the park. Food and toys are sold everywhere. It is like a festival.

I stayed at the Fiesta Americana Reforma. It is a fine hotel. Some of the services I had read about in the guidebook were not offered. The Nightclub is gone, I could not find a Jacuzzi, and the steam room was closed at 3:00pm. Do not get me wrong this is a wonderful hotel. I just want to point out DO NOT EVER TRUST WHAT GUIDEBOOKS SAY 100%! The location was good, because it was in-between the Zocalo and the grasshopper park. American Airlines offers deals at Fiesta Americana and Fiesta Inn.
We took an American Express tour of Teotihuacan and The Basilica of the Lady of Guadeloupe (La Villa de Guadeloupe) for less then $30 USD. Along the way we tried pulque. This is a native Mexican drink and it is wonderful. It is made from cactus and is low in alcohol but high in taste.

Teotihuacan is one of the wonders of the world. The city was long dead when the Aztecs found it. The pyramids are large and beautiful. The Pyramid of the Sun is a little larger then that of the Moon. People in good health should only climb them. The tops are dangerous because there are no longer any steps, just a mound of rocks. You get a great view of the surrounding area from the top. The ruins are impressively clean compared to others in the world. Often some tourists leave trash and mark up the places they visit. Those people are evil and will rot in HELL! I was glad to see that was not the case at Teotihuacan. Mexico takes good care of its monuments. It is a pretty site surrounded by large cactus and has many people selling arts and crafts.

The Basilica of the Lady of Guadeloupe (La Villa de Guadeloupe) is modern and old. There are two Basilicas. The original is going to be a museum. I saw the outside and it is sinking into the ground. The new church is very large. It houses a portrait of the lady. People want to get close to it so there is a moving sidewalk to take you past it. I was there on a feast day. I saw people moving towards the church in a procession. Some of the people were on horses. The men and women had on traditional Mexican clothing. The dedication of the Mexican Catholics is moving. I saw women walking on their knees into the church.

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TRAVELING TO MEXICO CITY IN OCT..NEED ADVICE

by Mc015

Hello Everyone,

I will be traveling with two other female friends to mexico city in october to see a concert at foro sol. We were thinking of staying in the Fiesta Americana -Reforma. I have a few concerns and questions before the trip and I am hoping someone can provide some advice.

1) Is that hotel in a decent area?
2) My main concern is getting back from the concert to the hotel?
3)What is foro sol like for seeing a concert?
4) I am a first timer in mexico city so any advice is much appreciated.

THANK YOU!

RE: TRAVELING TO MEXICO CITY IN OCT..NEED ADVICE

by jzavala77

Hi!

The hotel is a decent area, however, nowadays could be difficult to get there because of the demostrations. Are you planning to come only for the concert? If this is your plan maybe it would be better to stay in a hotel near the airport. If not, I better recommend you to stay in any hotel at Zona Rosa (Fiesta Americana Reforma is not there). There is another Fiesta on Londres street in the Zona Rosa.

Taking a taxi from Foro Sol to your hotel could be very expensive and hard to find, I recommend you make a deal with any taxi driver who works with the hotel, they know many and I'm sure they will help you that! If not, you can call in Mexico City 55660077 or 55667869 for a Radio Taxi, they will charge something like 150 pesos to take you from Foro Sol to Zona Rosa

The Foro is like a stadium, so you can imagine how it will be!!

If you have any more questions, you can send me an email jzm77@hotmail.com. I will be more than glad to help you!

RE: TRAVELING TO MEXICO CITY IN OCT..NEED ADVICE

by canelo16

1) The hotel is in a very decent area.
2) You wont have problems with the demonstrators in Reforma becuase theyy are going to remove the camps in septmeber 16th.
3) About hwo to come back, i think the best idea is to make an arangement with some cab in the hotel. Or call a radio taxi as you have been told, Its safe and its not that expensive. This is the number i have of radio-taxi: 56 60 11 22. Have a nice trip and feel free to ask for help. Enjoy the concert, bye!
4) I almost forgot!!: yeah, Foro Sol is a stadium, and it depends on the tickets you have if you will have a nice view or not...

RE: TRAVELING TO MEXICO CITY IN OCT..NEED ADVICE

by mexikolainen

I agree with canelo, phone the radio taxis, they r safe and operate 24/7. Indeed as a foreginer and being females u may want all the time to use the hotel taxis or radio taxis, it is not too recommended to take them on the street, it doesnt mean something will happen to u, but having the option of hotel and radio taxis is having no common sense to take a gamble with the street taxis.

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Address: Avenida Paseo de la Reforma 80 Colonia Jua¡rez, Mexico City, Central Mexico 06600, Mexico