Hotel Suites Amberes

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Amberes 64, Col. Juarez, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06600, Mexico
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 11% higher than other 4 star hotels

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Please recommend a good Cheap hotel

by aketabchi

My husband and I are traveling to Mexico city in July, Please recommend a good cheap hotel in a safe area.
Thank you

Re: Please recommend a good Cheap hotel

by TexasDave

Mexico City encompasses almost 700 square miles. You might get better answers if you indicated what area of the city you're looking to stay in.

Re: Please recommend a good Cheap hotel

by melosh

Welcome to VT. I would like to help but your question just does not have the precision needed for a good answer. Beyond the issue of 'where' in this gigantic city you would be interested in visiting, there is the problem of the words "good", "cheap" and "safe". These words are relative and it is impossible for VT members to know what YOU mean. For example, for me a good hotel has clean beds and a clean bathroom even if it is down the hall. I would guess you want more than that. For me cheap in Mexico would be less than 15 dollars a night, but for many people anything less than $100 a night is cheap. Safe is relative to how you might feel and what you like to do and when you like to do it.

Even if everyone understands what you mean by safe, you can still expect some differences of opinion. For example, one of my favorite parts of the city is the colonial center near the Zocalo. You are within walking distance of so many things to see and the streets are lively during the day and early evening. I have always felt safe. But other VT members strongly advise against this area for first time visitors. I have never had a problem, but I certainly agree that it would not be a good idea to be wandering the streets after midnight.

You might do well to check the VT tips on hotels for Mexico City. Make sure to read the 'miscellaneous' or 'all tips' section so as to not limit yourself to the largest options that seem to have paid to get their listing proominently featured.

good luck

Re: Please recommend a good Cheap hotel

by ArenJo

Look into the hostels. I stayed at the Cathedral Hostel twice. The second time other family went and we got a private room for only about $30 a night. Very nice location too, in the heart of the Zocalo. There were other hostels nearby that have private rooms and I've heard great things about them as well.

Travel Tips for Mexico City

Llegué de noche. Viajaba en un...

by Juanjo

Llegué de noche. Viajaba en un jumbo Madrid-Mexico D.F., vía Montreal. Llegar de noche volando a esta ciudad te impresiona. La extensión de luces es inagotable.
Sinceramente viajaba un poco intranquilo, coincidí en el avión con un matrimonio de 'ricos' mexicanos que venían de realizar una gira por Europa, y las cosas que me contaban a nivel de inseguridad me intranquilizaban.

Nos hospedamos en un hotel de la zonal rosa (Crown Plaza), hotel magnífico en sus instalaciones, de esta ciudad recuerdo su majestuiosidad en lo grande, y también sus tremendas bolsas de pobreza. El ver los chamizos en dónde vivian hacinados millones de personas sin servicios mínimos, realmente te causa un mal sabor de boca.

Por lo demás, lo típico, visita a Gudalupe, los Jamelgos, Palacio de la Opera con un espectáculo de bailes tradicionales, y sobre todo la visita a Teotihuacan, ruinas aztecas localizadas a unos 40 km. de la ciudad de mexico (el paseo de los muertos, la pirámide del sol, la luna,....).

La visita a la plaza de las tres culturas es de obligado cumplimiento, así como la visita a su catedral y al ayuntamiento de la ciudad.


by acemj

In the center of the main square (the Zocalo), there is a giant Mexican flag that is ceremonially lowered each day at sundown (around 6pm). A group of guards comes out from the National Palace which is located right on the square and with plenty of flair they lower the flag and fold it neatly into a small bundle. After about a half hour, the flag is raised again.

Works Everywhere in the World

by Asyngin

For women, I highly suggest carrying a small messenger bag. You can find the perfect size in the men's department at Benetton, H&M or other metrosexual stores. The don't look touristy like backpacks, but they also don't look like targets for a purse snatching, as you can wear them across your chest. I manage to stuff a lot of souvenirs, beret, gloves, etc. into mine to keep-up with the ever changing weather from morning to night. Get a rain proof, tailored, trench coat that comes with a warm, zippered lining that can be removed. This coat carries me from warm, rainy days to cold, snowy nights anywhere I go in the world. Then, buy some nice leather, riding boots because they are stylish, won't hurt your feet too much after 8 hours of sightseeing and keep your feet and legs dry from the rain and snow. Bring little packs of tissue paper. Some tourist spots run out of toilet paper, or the bathroom matron hands you such a small wad, you don't have enough. It also helps for runny noses, impormptu napkins or to wipe down wet, bus seats.

Teotihuacan: City of the Gods

by ExGuyParis

50 km northeast of Mexico City, you will find the ancient city of Teotihuacan. Walking on the wide avenues and climbing the pyramids is "another-worldly" experience.

The main avenue, "The Avenue of the Dead" (cheery name, isn't it?), is breathtaking. This is one of those places with an incredibly-high awe factor. The Pyramid of the Sun at Teotihuacan is the world's third largest.

See my travelogue for more scences from this amazing place.

In every color and size imagineable...

by morgane1692 about Basilica of Guadaloupe religious articles shop

...these shelves full of Nativity sets amaze and amuse you. Think about getting one for a friend back home, then think better of that because remember, you have to tote everything you buy in your carryon and it all adds up and the weight will eventually growing to a crushing amount's the thought that counts anyway. ;-O


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 Hotel Suites Amberes

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Amberes Hotel Mexico City

Address: Amberes 64, Col. Juarez, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06600, Mexico