Fiesta Americana Santa Fe

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Calle 3 no 55 Col. Lomas de Santa Fe, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 01219, Mexico
Fiesta Americana Santa Fe Hotel
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Satisfaction Very Good
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 59% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families93
  • Couples87
  • Solo66
  • Business72

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Forum Posts

Can anyone please help me???

by danabanana

I was booked on a mexicana flight going from mexico city to puerta vallarta and have just discovered they are now out of commission. How can I get to Puerta Vallarta as cheaply as possible


Re: Can anyone please help me???

by jeanfinney

Take the bus!

Re: Can anyone please help me???

by juliogg

Check out "viva aerobus" airline. they are the cheapest airline out of DF. Dont know if they fly to PV. Also maybe fly to Tepic and then bus (2hrs) to PV.

Re: Can anyone please help me???

by yvr

Aero Mexico has four daily non stops between the two cities at 830am, 1125am 445pm and 903pm, cost is around USD $372.00 rountrip, of course prices may vary depending on when you are flying.

Re: Can anyone please help me???

by jeanfinney

They askde for cheapest, and that is the bus, and the bus is fine in Mexico!?

Re: Can anyone please help me???

by 75Antonio

Maybe it´s too late for my answer but the options are taking the bus take the buses line ETN they are the luxe buses and if you take first class you will have a normal bus seat and you WON´T save a lot they leave from Mexico city Terminal del Norte or search in for cheap flights. Vivaaerobus flies from Mexico city to Guadalajara only and from there to maybe that way will be more expensive.
Good luck

Re: Can anyone please help me???

by Lauren5020

I second viva aerobus. It's the discount airline in Mexico. Be warned, no assigned seats, get there early to be in the A group (there's a lot of pushing if you're in the D group... :)))
I've flown with them a bunch around Mexico, always have great seat sales. I flew from Monterrey to Zihuatneejo for 1 peso...that's 10 cents!! (plus $30 taxes).

Travel Tips for Mexico City

Currency Exchange

by cinthya_in_victoria

The peso is the official currency. Most international credit cards, as well as all Traveller's Cheques are welcome. It is possible to change US Dollars in all banks and at most prestigious hotels. In some establishments US Dollars are accepted. There are also Money Exchange Houses where you can exchange just about any currency for Pesos. Most banking institutions open from 9:00 to 4:00pm, but HSBC closes at 7:00 pm.

Rent a handyman

by filipdebont

Near the Cathedral, at Monte de Piedad, you can see a row of men. Well these men all represent different professions like electrician, painter, plumber, bricklayer . . .
So in fact it looks like a public Interim office. If you need a certain job to be done at your home, over here you can rent a handyman. I believe this is really practical. I really loved to walk around in Mexico City, and taste the smalls of the local life.

Harmonipan players.

by cachaseiro

The harmonipan players in Mexico City are an institution and even if the sound is pretty awful then i totally love them and give them a few coins whenever they are there.
It´s a tradition that was quite big in Europe a few decades ago, but has now died out, so it´s nice to see that it´s still alive and well in Mexico City.

Padlock/Cable Lock

by Aptypo

Necessary when using the steel cable above, but also works in cheap hotels where you don't trust the default padlocks provided by the hotel. Some backpacks are lockable by allowing you to lock the zippers. Keep an extra key somewhere separate so that you don't end up with a locked room if you somehow lose the first one, or, preferrable, buy a combination padlock and make sure you remember the combination! There are also locks that doubles as motion alarm.

Desierto des Liones -- if...

by kucha

Desierto des Liones -- if you're a runner. It's a park area about 15 minutes outside of and above Mexico City. A great place for a weekend run!

When you finish running around the pine tree-lined paths with marathon trainers, stop for a fresh-squeezed juice made by men and women with tables lines with huge assortments of fresh fruits and vegetables.


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Address: Calle 3 no 55 Col. Lomas de Santa Fe, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 01219, Mexico