Holiday Inn Express Mexico-Paseo De La Reforma

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Paseo de la Reforma 208, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06600, Mexico

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Holiday Inn Express Mexico Reforma
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Average
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Poor
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Value Score Poor Value

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  • Couples93
  • Solo100
  • Business78
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    Great Location

    by

    My stay here was fine. I usually have 3 requirement. Location which is excellent. If you don't mind a 15 minute walk you can walk to the Zocalo area and to the Castle at Chapultepec. Price we stayed here for free because I had enough points for Holiday Inn but the price is pretty standard if you compare it to other chain hotel and as a added bonus breakfast is included since this is the Express. I know some Spanish but they had workers who knew English or just enough so they were no communication issues. Mexico city has some crime issues even we didn't experience any of those but if you are worried staying on the Reforma is probably the safest area in the city.

    Unique Quality: If you want to take the tourismo bus to view the city one of the bus stops is right next door.

    Directions: Reforma area between the Angel of Independence and the Columbus Statue

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    Holiday Inn Express

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    Although we didnt use the gym area it looked nice and clean. They had just a handful of machines so as long as not too many people are in there you should be fine. Upstairs from the main lobby where you eat breakfast they have a lounge area with a pretty good size flat screen TV.

    Directions: At Paseo de la Reforma and Insurrgentes

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    Holiday Inn Express in the Zona Rosa

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    I wasnt sure where we would stay in Mexico City. I was thinking staying at a Hostel to save some money but we ended up getting lucky. My sister works for a hotel chain that owns the Holiday Inn among a few other hotels. We found out that they had availability here and we got the room for $39 per night. That was even cheaper than a hostel. Our experience here was great. The hotel staff was very friendly and accommodating. They have 24 hour security in at the front of the hotel a little store that is open toward the front of the hotel also. From our hotel we walked to the Zocalo area and also the other way toward Chapultepec Park. It was a good walk but not that far.
    The Hotel room was very clean, had free wireless service, centrally located, and has a pretty good buffet breakfast in the morning that is FREE.
    The only down side is that they do not have a pool but we only noticed that on the last day of our stay. We were going to hang out at the hotel and chill out until we had to go to the airport. So we decided to hang out at the pool. We couldnt find it. We went to the front desk and asked about it and they told us that they didnt have one. :)

    Unique Quality: Another thing I like about this place was that check out was at 1pm and you could still ask for a later check out! That means you dont have to get up early and check out by 11am or noon. I hate that!
    The breakfast was really good. It wasnt just a continental breakfast like at most places. Breakfast consisted of Refried (homemade) beans, scrammbled eggs, potatoes, bacon, ham, sausage, hotdog wiennies fried, Chilaquiles(someday with red chile and other days with green chile). There was fresh squeezed grapefruit , orange and pinapple juices, fresh fruit. There was also yogurt, oatmeal, coffee, chapurado, milk, pan dulce, and toast. There was also varies types of cold cereals. You can get as much as you want and it was free.
    I also liked my bed here. It was so comfortable and each bed had like 4 or 5 pillows.
    The air conditioning was alittle loud if you used it. We left it on one night and I didnt sleep too good that night. The weather was good though so we didnt really have to use it.
    I will definitely come back here.

    Directions: At Paseo de la Reforma and Insurrgentes.

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Hire a driver

by malianrob

If you dont feel comfortable taking the bus or the metro you can hire a driver to take you around. Establish a price first and go with someone you can trust. Our driver was Celso Montiel. He is a very nice man who has alot of knowledge about the city and its history. He was very trustworthy and he is also very affordable.
He drives his Chevy Suburban and he is very safe, his car is immaculate. His wife is a nurse and he is usually out at the Holiday Inn Reforma. He works out of there but you dont have to stay there to contact him. He also chauffers certain people around that come to Mexico City regularly. He also work with the Japanese embassy and chauffers some of their employees.

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En qué zona Alojarse? Where to stay?

by DaisyWhite

Quisiera saber qué zona es mejor para alojarse en Ciudad de México: Reforma, Zócalo.Centro histórico, zona Rosa o Monumento del Angel?
Wich area of Mexico City is better to stay?Reforma, Zócalo.Centro histórico, zona Rosa o Monumento del Angel?

Re: En qué zona Alojarse? Where to stay?

by Reynald

La mejor zona para alojarse en el DF es Polanco :) pero de las zonas que comentas sin duda sobre Reforma estara mejor y esto dependiendo de que actividades vayas a realizar (Turismo o Negocios).
De hoteles en le Centro Historico hay un Holiday Inn a un lado de la Catedral, asi que no tendrias problemas en ir al Zocalo y alrededores.
En Reforma hay hoteles màs caros Melia, Crown Plaza, Embassy Suites, etc
y cerca del Angel... Holiday Inn Reforma (este esta muy bien ubicado), Four Seasons, Sheraton...
Salu2

Re: En qué zona Alojarse? Where to stay?

by 75Antonio

it depends ,like the other answer on what kind of activities you'll be involved in Mexico City.

-In Centro histórico you will find a lot of history in the old restored buildings and museums, several subways stations, hotels and hostels for any budget as well as restaurants for any budget.

-Along Reforma you will find more expensive hotels cause this is the most important avenue of the city but in teh middle point between the centro historico and the museum of antropology with its huge chapultepec park.

-In zona rosa you will find almost the same prica category like some hotels in reforma but with a lively night life mostly on weekends with a subway staion nearby and tha gay neighborhood is here

- In polanco good hotels and also good restaurants and the most expensive shops in teh city

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Address: Paseo de la Reforma 208, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06600, Mexico