Hotel Juarez

1A Cjon De Cinco de Mayo No. 17, Col. Centro, Mexico City, 06000, Mexico
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Worst Hotel in Mexico City

Terrible (1.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 28, 2009

The bathrooms stink and the pipes are noisy. However, that is not the worst thing about this place. The staff is super duper loud in the middle of the night. They talk right next to your room and they don't even care. Plus, there is an open courtyard in the middle of the hotel so if the guests are loud, you are going to hear it. The doors are weird too so you have to lock your door before closing it which means you have to slam your door to close it so you hear that throughout the morning and night as well. The staff is not that great. There was a woman who worked on the Saturday we checked in, but that is her only day in the place. Otherwise it is this one lady in the day who is strict and this man at night who is lazy. Oh and did I mention the pipes being loud? Well yeah, that is because they are horrible. Not only do they create a bad smell, they also clog up.
There are a couple of cool things about this place like they have a cool fountain in the center of the courtyard and they are located really close to the zocalo. However, all of that is not worth everything else.
I would not recommend you stay here, even if it is cheap.

Unique Quality: Free water. No other accomodations.

Directions: A couple blocks from the zocalo

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Address: 1A Cjon De Cinco de Mayo No. 17, Col. Centro, Mexico City, 06000, Mexico

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