Hotel Ambassador

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Calle Humboldt 38, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06050, Mexico
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Family travel

by Standiamond

Are there any self-contained resort type facilities within easy reach of Mexico City? We are going with a group of 11 including five kids from 9-16 years old. We would like place where are choices of eateries, possibly activites and pools,and possibly an overall fee much like the resorts in vacation areas. My Spanish is good so we don't need help for the actual travel and I am quite familiar with the city and the area. We hope to rent a van and just mosey around from place to place. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

Re: Family travel

by Laura_Mexico

We don't have that concept in Mexico city..... this is rather for beach destinations & resort areas in the Pacific and the Caribbean. The closest thing I could find of this style is in Cuernavaca, some 100 KM south of Mexico city. You can find some more info here:

http://www.clubdereservaciones.com/en/cuernavaca/hotels/6575_hotel-hosteria-las-quintas-cuernavaca.html


Cuernavaca is a nice city itself but I wouldn't recommend driving back and forth between Mex city and cuernavaca everyday.... you'd have to stay there most of the time and there aren't so many attractions nearby. Taxco is still 1.5-2 hours away from Cuernavaca, and Acapulco 1 more hour ahead. If you want to see Teotihuacan archeological site or go to other towns such as Queretaro, Puebla, San Miguel de Allende, they're all in the opposite direction. Also, this kind of program is certainly not cheap but it's even more expensive in Cuernavaca -- don't know if this is due to the fact that this concept is quite unusual in the inland towns, as opposed to the coastal resort areas. You can try and see if there are other options in this area or in the state of Mexico (Ixtapan de la Sal, Cocoyoc, etc.), maybe you can find some in this same website or in other sites (google: "____ (name of the city) all inclusive" and see what comes up, but there aren't many options).

Hope that helped even though it may not be what you wanted to hear..... good luck.

Re: Family travel

by Standiamond

Thanks a lot for your response. We may try to find a very family friendly hotel in Mexico City instead. Amy recommendation?

Stan Diamond

Travel Tips for Mexico City

zocalo and palacio nacional

by cbeaujean

zocalo,one of the nicest and oldest place in the world,with a great architectural uniformity.
cortes (conquistador)decided the center of the new spanish city had to be risen here,on the site of the aztec market (south of holy aztec city of tenochtitlan).
stones of aztec pyramids were used to build churches and monuments,and to pave the place.
inside palacio nacional (center of national government),built on montezuma palace site,you may see great diego rivera frescoes
representing mexican history.
why "zocalo"? zocalo means "pedestal,base".
carlos IV base on the place was empty for a long time....
in a wider sense,all the mexican main squares,are called,now,zocalo! the mixture of peoples and their activities....

When you go to mexico (chiapas...

by Ine_Timmers

When you go to mexico (chiapas ) you absolutely must learn to know the local people but remember it is useful that you learn to speak Spanish. Only few of the people can speak English. My fondest memory was the visit we made to a house were indians live. They were making toys and clothes.

Coctails with Chile

by Mexgirl

A very common snack for us are the fruits or vegetables like Carrots and Jicama and add them a lot of lemon, salt and Chile (the best chile sauce for this is the Valentina)

If you are not very used to chile, don't put much Valentina!

Normally you can find these cocktails driving around the streets in small stands with wheels or in Paleterias.

Soccer

by cinthya_in_victoria

Don't you miss the opportunity to go to a soccer match. It's the sport with most fans around Mexico and being in the stadium is something you gotta experience, specially one of this matches: America vs Guadalajara or America vs Pumas.

Teotihuacán is the most...

by Ronald_T

Teotihuacán is the most important and the largest of Pre-Aztec ruin-cities in Central Mexico, 40 Km northeast of Mexico City, almost at the centre of an alluvial plain that slopes from Otumba in the northeast to Tepexpan in the southwest shortly before it joins what is left of the ancient lake of Texcoco.
The city was erected in the 2nd century B.C. At the 6th century, about 150.000 people lived in the city. Between 650 and 750, the city fell into disrepair. The Aztecs in the 12th century regarded the city as a mythical cemetery. The chessboard outlines with two central axles were under the “Avenue of Dead” which dates from around 200. The most important buildings are the “Pyramid of the Sun” and the “Pyramid of the Moon”. For more info and pictures, see my “Teotihuacán travelogue” please.

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Address: Calle Humboldt 38, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06050, Mexico