Hotel Vermont

Vermont #29, Col Napoles, Mexico City, 03810, Mexico
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Mexico City in March

by ocho

Has anyone stayed at The W Hotel recently? Is it worth the stay? Or is there a similar or better boutique hotel? Finally, is there anything in particular I should see or visit in Mexico City or surrounding area in March? Thank you.

Re: Mexico City in March

by JohnMcIntosh

I have never stayed at E Hotel but heard that that the facilities provide by them are good. I all the time book Euroscape-travel package

From Hotel Accommodation to Farm ,Villas Accommodation
From Escorted tour to Independent Tour
From Car hiring to train,Ferries Hiring
From City ,Night tours to Hop-On Hope off tours

All the Facilities were just awesome .You will never feel like to come back from that Luxurious tour.

Re: Mexico City in March

by madamx

You can read the reviews of the W here:

http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g150800-d275799-r22669831-W_Mexico_City-Mexico_City_Central_Mexico_and_Gulf_Coast.html

Looks like it's a pretty good place to stay.

Re: Mexico City in March

by 75Antonio

Hi!
Yes that is a good hotel !! with a very good gourmet restaurant with mexican and inetrnational food as well as a good brunch on wekkends and excellent martinis in the bar that is so popular even for locals!!!
i'ts also close some of the main atractions of Mexico City

Re: Mexico City in March

by alfredop

Yes I have stayed there, it is nice if you like modern architecture... rooms are painted in red and white... quite shocking to me... bathroom doesn't have a door to the rest of the room which is another shocking thing to me....

Quite expensive compared to other very nice hotels, particularly the restaurantes are expensive...

Travel Tips for Mexico City

Visit Coyoacan at afternoon or...

by madrazoman

Visit Coyoacan at afternoon or night. There are some bars very mexican style. Visit Xochimilco and have a ride with your friends in this 'mexican venezia'. Go and visit Teotihuacan piramids near Mexico City, the sun piramid is the biggest of the world at its base. Visit garibaldi to hear mariachis and have some tequila. Visit many nightclubs this city never sleeps. The food!! and cheap Corona beer

Visit Chapultepec Park. At the...

by Ronald_T

Visit Chapultepec Park. At the end of Reforma Avenue looms Chapultepec hill, noteworthy for the centuries-old forest, which encircles it, and for the Castle of Chapultepec, which crowns its summit. For hundreds of years Chapultepec has been a focal point in this city of such tremendous population growth that an airy expanse of green is vital. You can find here also important cultural centres including excellent museums as the Museum of Anthropology (http://www.mexicocity.com.mx/mantro.html) and the National Historical Museum. In addition, amusement parks, a zoo (http://www.goodzoos.com/Restworld/Chapultepec.htm) and lakes, and is crisscrossed by access routes. These routes most used by hordes of visitors; many of them making up typical extended Mexican families, with their far-reaching family ties. On this picture you see one of the entrance’s of the to the park with in the background the monument of Boys Heroes.

Some people think we Mexicans...

by ephobius

Some people think we Mexicans still live in pyramids. Just look at OUR NEWEST ONE! Haa haa...

Inaugurated in 1994, the WTC Mexico City stands HALF the height of the WTC New York (the unfortunate Twin Towers). Not so many countries can say they have one of these. :) Open the picture!

Templo de la Sagrada Familia

by Laura_Mexico

This is a church located in one of the oldest neighborhoods in town (Colonia Roma) which is not very touristy, so most people coming to Mexico and even some of us who live here won't even know it exists unless someone takes us there.....

My boyfriend took me here for the first time and I was pleasantly surprised. I personally am very fond of admiring the architecture of churches, catholic or otherwise, so this was a nice discovery for me. This church was built at the beginning of the XX century, during the Mexican Revolution, and it currently is in very good conditions of maintenance. It's very popular for weddings, XV birthday ceremonies, etc. If you're a fan of visiting churches you will like this one for sure.

The first picture was taken by myself very recently after several attempts - there are many buildings & houses around the church and it's hard to have a full view of it. The 2nd photo of the church's facade was taken by my brother... as you may see the perspective wasn't great but it was the best that could be done from right in front of the church. The photos of the inside of the church were taken in my very last visit.

Church is located in the corner of Puebla and Orizaba streets.

Largest Shopping Mall in Latinoamerica

by Gaby_G about Santa Fe Shopping Mall

Well... First of all, I work here, as a interior designer at the Liverpool store, (that is like Dillars, Corte Ingles, and that kind of stores)...

What we have here is a HUGE shopping mall, where you can find about everything (exept for food markets)...

4 floors full of trendy (and not so trendy) shops, restaurants, cinemas, recreation places and even a practice golf field....

If you have time (and money) go and visit... It?s EVERY woman shopping dream (well... I know some man that will love it too!!!)

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