Holiday Inn Plaza Dali Mexico City

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Viaducto Rio de La Piedad No. 260 Col Magdalena Mixiuhca, Mexico City, 15860, Mexico
Holiday Inn Plaza Dali Mexico City
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 41% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples61
  • Solo82
  • Business72

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Hotels at the airport?

by mexicruiser

My sister and her husband will be flying into Mexico City and leaving the following morning on a flight to Guadalajara. They would like to find a clean and safe hotel at or near the airport. Can anyone make any recommendations?

Also, is it safe to take a taxi from the airport to one of the nearby hotels? One hears so many horror stories about the Mexico City cabs, but it appears that they are not all bad!! I've heard that if you buy a ticket for a taxi at the counters inside the airport, there should be no problems.

Any info on these topics would be greatly appreciated!

Muchas gracias....

Re: Hotels at the airport?

by canelo16

Yes, there is a Holday Inn in the airpot, you should stay there. If need any help, dont doubt and contact me.

Re: Hotels at the airport?

by gomexico

There are several hotels on the airport property, and the room prices reflect the convenience and exclusivity - one of them might be, however, what your sister will want. I'm not aware of a Holiday Inn at the airport, though.

Re: Hotels at the airport?

by mexicruiser

Thanks for the info. I think I did see the Holiday Inn listed when I was checking out the airport hotels, so that might work for her. Thanks again.

Re: Hotels at the airport?

by gomexico

Unless the Holiday Inn someone saw at the airport was constructed in the past two months, I think their eyesight needs checking. While there may be one or two Holiday Inn's within a 15-minute drive from the airport, I'm fairly certain there is none on airport property, or adjacent. When trying to make a reservation at the Holiday Inn, however, whether one is there or not will be come apparent - quickly. Hotel Riazor, also not on the property, gets high marks from guests - and offers courtesy car transport to/from the airport (rather rare in Mexico City).

Re: Hotels at the airport?

by CliffClaven

The Holiday Inn Plaza Dali located close to the airport is one of the Holiday Inn properties which provide free transportation between the airport and hotel.

Re: Hotels at the airport?

by gomexico

Yes, Plaza Dali Holiday Inn is another of the frequently mentioned (and recommended) - but not on airport property - hotels.

Re: Hotels at the airport?

by mexicruiser

Thanks again to all for their info...I'll check these places out!

Travel Tips for Mexico City

Centro Histórico

by Aptypo

Centro Histórico (Historic Downtown)
The single most important cultural heritage on this continent.

Centro Histórico is the birthplace of Mexico City - the oldest capital in the Americas - dating back to 1325 when the Aztecs founded the city of Tenochtitlan in a small barren island in the margins of Texcoco Lake.
Today is replete with historical buildings and monuments, museums, restaurants, shops and markets.

Centro Histórico covers an area of 9.1 square kilometers. This area comprises 688 city blocks. It means more than 1,900 important civil and religious buildings (architecturally and/or historically relevant buildings) built between the 16th and 20th centuries, clustered in and around El Zócalo (Constitution Square) and La Alameda (Alameda Park), few short blocks away. There are also amazing ruins dating back to the Aztec Empire.
Be sure that history is most perceptible as you walk the Historic Center!

At the present time the Centro Histórico has problems with urban, economic and social deterioration. The causes have their origin around 1950.

The intensive use of the public space is one of the urban characteristics of the Historical Center and also one of the causes of its deterioration. Is calculated that, at least, a million people transit daily that way and has serious traffic problems.

On the other hand, Centro Histórico is experiencing a renaissance under an aggressive program to improve facilities, services and the overall ambience along the Reforma-Zocalo Corridor.

On December 9, 1987 the plenary session of the UNESCO Committee for World Heritage, based in Paris, France, voted unanimously to designate Centro Histórico as a Universal Heritage.

An event which receives outstanding support from the general public is the Historic Downtown Festival held each year. It has as its purpose the promotion and presentation of cultural acts from countries around the world within the unique setting of Centro Histórico. Foundation, glory, conquest, liberty, revolution, decadence… A living tribute to the history of Mexico.

El Dia de los Muertos

by acemj

The Day of the Dead is celebrated all over Mexico, but seems particularly commercialized in Mexico City with all of the paper cutouts and trinkets on sale dedicated to the celebrations. You'll see all sorts of skeletons and mini-coffins and the like from around mid-October through the beginning of November. October 31st is Young Souls Day, November 1st is All Saints Day and November 2nd is All Souls Day and locals use this time to feel closely to their departed relatives. They decorate their graves and their own homes and even make a special bread called "pan de muertos" which is shared with family members. It is believed that the dead come back to be with their relatives and can eat and drink as when they were alive.

These pictures show a Day of the Dead exhibit that is right across from the Alameda.

Zip-Lock Baggies

by Aptypo

Excellent to put stuff in. Visit your local hobby store, and ask if they sell SMALL ZIPLOCK BAGS. They are inexpensive, and handy for a multitude of uses. Plastic bags for car and house keys plus duplicate sets kept in different bags. ZIPPERED PLASTIC BAG is useful for wet items.

Fuente de Tláloc, and the serpents.

by Aptypo

Fuente de Tláloc.
(Tláloc Fountain).

Just a really beautiful fountain.

It was designed and supervised in its construction (1952) by the painter Diego Rivera, after concluding 'El agua, origen de la vida' (The water, origin of the life).

The fountain consists of a bas-relief in mosaic tiles of natural colored stones, that represent Tláloc (Aztec rain and water god) leaving waters.

The best point to appreciate its beauty is being placed to ten meters height or more.

How do that?
I want to kwow too...

There are other fountains, constructed after the one of Tláloc and inaugurated latter, in 1964, on the perimeter of the tanks of water storage of the Lerma system, and well-known like 'Fuentes de las Serpientes' (Fountains of the serpents), because of its serpents shapes.
These 'serpents' are the ventilation chimneys of four great cisterns in which originating potable water of the same system was stored.

Directions:
Neri Vela Av., Segunda Sección (Second Section) Bosque de Chapultepec.
Close to 'Papalote' Museo del Niño.

Zona Rosa

by AcornMan about Zona Rosa

Zona Rosa isn't a particular bar or club, its an entire district in Mexico City that's great for nightlife because of all the restaurants, bars, clubs, cantinas, and other attractions. During the day there are plenty of places to eat and shop, but at night it stays lively and energetic while other parts of the city clear out and become almost deserted.

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Address: Viaducto Rio de La Piedad No. 260 Col Magdalena Mixiuhca, Mexico City, 15860, Mexico