Hotel Sevilla

Serapio Rendon No 124, Mexico City, 06470, Mexico
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Hotel Aeropuerto?

by loboviejo

Hola,

I will have an over-night layover in Mexico shortly, and have received conflicting information from Mexicana. Do I HAVE TO pickup my luggage after arriving, or will it be checked to my final destination? If I do pick it up, where exactly can I store it at the airport? I was told that the Hotel Aeropuerto is a "short" walk away, but, I found TWO hotels with a similiar name. Can anyone give me some current info about the Hotel Aeropuerto at Blvd. Aeropuerto 380? Any tips would be appreciated! Mil gracias for the help!

JAC

Re: Hotel Aeropuerto?

by zapfilms

I would ask Mexicana about your luggage..

Hotel Aeropuerto costs about $500 pesos. to get there you can take a cab if its late at night or you are paranoid OR you just walk to the A wing of Terminal 1 - the foreign arrivals are all the way at the opposite end so you just trek down. then proceed outside towards the metro station. You will see a pedestrian overpass right about where the downstairs to the metro comes out -- daytime hours many people use it so I feel secure. Walk across, then go straight about 1 block and you will see Hotel Aeropuerto on your right. for a layover its the most convenient if you need 1/3 of the price of Hilton or Camino Real - those 2 are right in the airport so are the best but will cost you like $150 US and up.

Travel Tips for Mexico City

Plaza Colon

by filipdebont

The first thing we saw, as we left our hotel the first morning was the monument of Christoffel Columbus, or Christobal Colon, as they name him here in Mexico. Well that was a good reference point for all our further walking tours we would make in the coming days.

Visit the Cathedral of Mexico...

by Ronald_T

Visit the Cathedral of Mexico City on the Constitution Square. Even you are not a Catholic, this Cathedral is worth a visit. It is even nice to walk over the roof and enjoy the great views over the Constitution Square and surroundings. More info and pictures you find in the “Cathedral travelogue”. That is on the upper right corner of this page ;-)

Catholicism

by acemj

Most people in Mexico City are Catholic and churches are more than just beautiful buildings with wonderful artwork inside, they are places of worship. Be respectful of those who are inside the churches for spiritual reasons. Always avoid flash photography.

This is not to say that Mexico City is an ultra religious place. In fact, most of the local I talked with called themselves Catholic, but also said they were not strictly religious.

Soccer Game, club america

by krisfromthevalley

Watched a Club America, the D.F's team against the Jaguares in Estadio Azteca. WOW...the fans are crazy!!! Tried to cheer with them everytime. They are very loyal, btw. Makes you wish that American fans had this intensity. And you definitely want to be a part of it.

We bought tickets from the Mexican Ticketmaster online and got tickets for about $48, but we forgot the card we charged it on..so we bought tickets at the stadium for 180 pesos which is about $17 or so...and we were right in the middle of the field. Beers were about $2.50 each.
You can't bring backpacks in so you have to check them outside with some vendors. They are safe. They hold backpacks and belts. Buy a shirt outside for several dollars!

Cuicuilco: One of the...

by gkitzmil

Cuicuilco: One of the earliest civilizations in the Americas was reportedly at this site which is now the ruins of cuicuilco south of Mexico City, very near the Olympic Park. There is a small museum and one can see a rather large mound and archaelogical diggings.

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