Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Ciudad De Mexico Zona Rosa

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

Londres 15, Col. Juarez (Formerly Vasco De Quiroga Hotel), Mexico City, 06600, Mexico
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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Very Good
46%
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Average
17%
7
Poor
5%
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Terrible
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2

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 23% more than similarly rated 4.5 star hotels

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  • Families85
  • Couples72
  • Solo100
  • Business71

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Forum Posts

mexican guide

by markpentony

hi all, iam from the uk and staying at hotel isabel in centro, i desperatly need a english speaking guide to hang with, as i have a few missions to complete while iam here. i need to visit a few engineering places and look at a few buisness oppertunities but i cant speak a word of spannish so am having a nightmare doing the basics. will pay cash for guide, taxis, bar bills ect, whatever cost is incurred. am here untill 3rd dec. ypo can e mail on markpentonyy@yahoo.co.uk, or better still call at hotel. thanks

Re: mexican guide

by qaminari

What you need is an interpreter, I'm sure you could ask at the hotel or see: http://www.aiic.net/database/languages/members.cfm?language=10&id_base=450&class=B
http://www.calliope-interpreters.org/en/mezique_uk.htm
http://www.proz.com/freelance-interpreters/mexico/spanish-to-english/

Re: mexican guide

by Odinnthor

I agree with "gaminari", in that you need an interpretrer. However you need to requeast an interpreter that is a capable guide as well.

If you need them for business, here is a source of specialized interpretors that are versed in the particular business language you may need. Like I said, - if you want a guide as well, just ask, for one versed in both business interpreting and guiding. You will find that it is not that unusual a request.

http://www.proz.com/spanish-to-english-translators

http://www.aiic.net/database/languages/members.cfm?language=10&id_base=450&class=B

http://www.proz.com/freelance-interpreters/mexico/spanish-to-english/

http://www.conventions.net/marketplace/translators_interpreters-c58/mexico-cMX/mexico_city-c1127795.asp

Travel Tips for Mexico City

Give it a chance

by Ricardo_J_M

What comes to mind when one thinks of Mexico D.F.
Pollution! Well this is true. But look beyond the smog and you will find a beautiful city with much to offer. The city is huge and has many dangers learking around. Most VT are people of sound travel knowledge so the obvious warnings are implied.
Mexico City is the largest metropolis in the western hemisphere. If looking to endulge yourself in a week vacation would leave so much undiscovered. One can compare it to cities such as New York, London, or Rome. You can visit sites such as the largest park within a city, Chapultapec, or you can take a gondola ride thru the ancient canals of Xochimilco.
Enjoy the vibrant city of Mexico!

Mexico City Tip

by tiirrep

This is a photo of my father and his brother Arturo. Arturo is 6 years younger than my father. I arrived in Mexico City around 4 hours prior to my father. He came from Texas and I from Florida. I asked my father to instruct my relatives that I would meet them upon arival of my father, but Arturo insisted on being there for my arrival. As I passed by the line of people awaiting international arrivals, a voice called out 'Enrique'. As I turned to look I knew immediatley who it was. My father told me that his brother Arturo was going to be there but he didn't tell me how much he ressembled him. As you can see in the picture below, the two of them almost look like twins. Arturo, however, is not near as reserved as my father. While waiting for my father to arrive he jokingly asked if I wanted to go to a cabaret :-)
My father is on the left, BTW.

Lots of Museums and...

by robertocv

Lots of Museums and interesting buildings where the museums are allocated, one of my favorites is the MUNAL, National Museum of Art.It has a great collection, and tit's temporary expositions are real attractions.

Dental Floss

by Aptypo

Is said to be perfect as a CHEESE SLICER, and reports say it is perfect as heavy-duty SEWING THREAD! (Use it as fishing line and as an emergency shoelace) Floss is very strong, practically unbreakable in most situations.

Malinalco is an Aztec...

by flyingpig

Malinalco is an Aztec archeological site carved in the rock of a mountain, overlooking the charming village of the same name. The surrounding cliffs are spectacular and the view breathtaking. To reach the pyramid, you have to climb 400 steps, starting from a footpath at the Western end of the village. Malinalco is definitely off the beaten track and quite hard to reach.

To get to Malinalco from Mexico City, you can take a regular bus to Jajalpa (around Pesos $28) from Terminal Poniente (1.5 hours). Make sure you get off the bus at the crossroad to Malinalco, then intercept a local micro-bus to Tenango and prepare to spend an uncomfortable 1 hour driving at 40 km/h across typical(-ly boring) Mexican villages. For your return trip, take the same micro-bus in the other direction and try to reach Toluca from Tenango (Pesos $50 in taxi) for a 1st class ride in a luxury bus (Pesos $42 and 1 hour pleasant ride).

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Address: Londres 15, Col. Juarez (Formerly Vasco De Quiroga Hotel), Mexico City, 06600, Mexico