Fiesta Americana Suites Zona Rosa

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

Londres 115 Colonia Juarez Distrito federal, Mexico City, Central Mexico and 06600, Mexico
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 25% less than similarly rated 4.5 star hotels

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Hi all, need help for travel and stay in Mexico City

by mariposa37

Hello, I'm 37 and I live in Ocala, Florida. I am going to be going to Mexico City for approximately one month. A much needed long vacation. I will be there with my spouse but he will return after the second week. I need assistance with the following:

1-Extended Stay Hotel that is not very expensive but clean and safe. I would like to stay in a place that I can just walk to eat and buy whatever neccessities I have (not isolated). It needs to be close to the insurgente as I will need to travel to the North of Mexico City a few times. Basically, I need to BLEND IN and would like to be in a touristic place.

2-Places I can go to visit

3-How available is wireless internet at the hotels, are there starbucks? I need to be able to go online.

4-Any other advice you can give me about going there would be appreciated.

5-Things I should pack that I may not be able to get there??? comfy pillows? when i went to Colombia the pillows were rocks, all of them.


Thanks for all your help!!!

Re: Hi all, need help for travel and stay in Mexico City

by melosh

I would suggest that you plan a bit of travel outside Mexico City after your husband leaves. Oaxaca, Morelia, Guanajuato, San Miguel de Allende and many other places I could name would be more pleasurable then more time in Mexico, City alone. They would be safer and more relaxing especially if you limit yourself to just 2 or 3 places. Bus transportation is inexpensive and very convenient. It is also easier to find less expensive lodging and food in smaller places. Mexico City is just too much of a megalopolis.

One easy trick would be to go with your husband to the airport for his departure and then take a bus directly from the airport to Puebla or other nearby location.

Re: Hi all, need help for travel and stay in Mexico City

by cachaseiro

for wifi then you have it for free at starbucks.
another really good option in the center is hostal catedral.
a backpackers hostel right behind the main cathedral that has a really nice cafe that is open to the public and they have free wifi and plugs by some of the tables too if you need to recharge batteries.

Re: Hi all, need help for travel and stay in Mexico City

by osoeno

I like melosh's reply, but if you cant leave the city think about staying in a hostel downtown. It may not be the comfort or privacy level that you might be accustomed to, but you will make friends and thus blend in and be safer. the hostels (moneda -mexico city -cathedral) are close to many restaurants, convenience stores, banks, everything you might need. The metro to insurgentes is easy and quick.

The people at the hostels will have lots of ideas of places to visit.

There are literaly 1000s of internet possibilities in Mexico City.

Do not, under any circumstance, hail a taxi from the street if you are alone.

Many people have posted tons of tips and good advice on this site- study them.

Re: Hi all, need help for travel and stay in Mexico City

by Laura_Mexico

You could also stay close to the Zona rosa area, which is just next to Insurgentes and thus going farther north would be pretty easy. It's a very busy and touristy area so you should be ok, and there are some hotels (outside of the zona rosa, just across the street (reforma avenue)) that are not as expensive as one would imagine due to their location. It's full of starbucks in this area - in case your hotel doesn't offer free wifi access - so the internet connection shouldn't be an issue either. As for pillows..... yes I guess you can find those everywhere in here.

Re: Hi all, need help for travel and stay in Mexico City

by TravelJunkie44

You can check out a local witch market: http://www.bit.ly/9aHANk

Travel Tips for Mexico City

Corredor Turístico Reforma-Zócalo-Basílica

by Aptypo

Corredor Turístico Reforma-Zócalo-Basílica
Reforma-Zócalo-Basílica Corridor

During the mid-19th Century, Mexico City experienced painful encounters with the imperialism conduct of the United States of America and Eurpean countries, suffering invasions by North American and French forces.
During the latter intervention, a new urban model was proposed by the administration of Archduke Maximilian of Hapsburg (Habsburg, Austria): the construction of an avenue which would communicate Mexico City, starting from the Bucareli roundabout, with his new residence: Chapultepec Castle.
Laid out diagonally and originally named Avenida del Emperador (Emperor's Avenue), it was conceived as an ample, 12 kilometer (9 miles) long boulevard.

When you walk along this boulevard, you will see monuments honoring important moments in Mexico's history were erected during 'Porfiriato' (President Porfirio Diaz rule).
Also, along its central extension stand fine examples of architecture, ancient residential areas now transformed into fashionable venues, banks, offices, embassies, luxury hotels, restaurants, museums, exclusive art galleries and spectacular monuments.

Reforma extends even further being, as it is, one of the longest avenues in the city, full of social contrasts.

It's a nice urban tour in the city, specially improved-developed for tourists by the actual administration with $33.5 millions USD for new pavement, sidewalks, illuminations and park improvement along Reforma Av.
In Centro Histórico (Historic Downtown) to improve water-supply, sewer system, gas-main, electric and telephone grid, and to renovate facades and improve security services.

Important businessmen and companies invest $2,000 millions USD for 10 corporative projects on Reforma Av. and Centro Histórico.

Take a visit to the Latin...

by Ronald_T

Take a visit to the Latin American Tower and go to the top where you have a great view over the city. When it was constructed in the fifties, it was the tallest building in the city. The slide shows on the “intro” and top off the “Full Page travelogue” give you an image of the scene. This picture I took from the Alameda Park and on the left, there is still a piece of the Palace of Fine Arts.

Maybe this should be a warning, really...

by morgane1692

so I tell you, Beware the Scary Tree Man! I saw this one from the safety of our official yellow cab, mind you, but his terrifying image could be anywhere in town. Those gnashing teeth remind me of the killer clown in Stephen King's "It." Brrrrr. His jaunty beret however, I don't know, maybe he's a revolutionary scary tree man?

Sewing Kit

by Aptypo

These are normally the size of a softcover book of matches, and can be purchased for a reasonable price from most travel stores, and many airlines even give these out for free. They usually contain 2 needles, a little bit of different coloured threads, and a couple of buttons. This can be very handy sometimes, and does not take up any space at all.

Xochimilco is a trip out of...

by AMathTeacher

Xochimilco is a trip out of Mexico City, but it was a fun side-trip. You hire a brightly painted boat for a day, or part of a day, and the 'driver' poles you through a mass of other brightly painted boats. Poplualr for birthday parties and the like, you can have a 'cooking boat' pull up alongside your boat to make you a hot fresh lunch or you can hire a boat of mariachis to cruise alongside your boat for a serenade for that special person on board. You also get a chance to go shopping when the boat driver stops for a rest, not to mention the shopping you can do right from the boat.

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Address: Londres 115 Colonia Juarez Distrito federal, Mexico City, Central Mexico and 06600, Mexico