Novotel Mexico Santa Fe

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Antonio Dovali Jaime 75, Col Centro de Ciudad, Mexico City 01210, Mexico
Novotel Mexico Santa Fe
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I have to travel to Mexico city, this week, for 3 months, so I'm looking for acommodation. I'd like to stay first in a hotel located in COLONIA SANTA FE, do you know this place?
Can you please recommend me some hotels over there?? is it in the downtown?



by alfredop


Everything is relative in Mexico City.

Santa Fe is the most expensive area within Mexico City as it is the corporate area. If traveling on business and being paid by your company it would be great to stay there, on your own it would be quite expensive.

Distance to downtown. If there were no cars at all it would take you 15 minutes driving to the city center and all it's attractions. With normal traffic it will take you 30 minutes, and up to an hour in the rush hour. Just go down by Reforma Ave. and you'll be in the heart of Mexico City.

This would probably be your cheapest option

Novotel Mexico Santa-Fe
Antonio Dovali Jaime 75
Col Centro De Ciudad, Mexico 01210
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Travel Tips for Mexico City

El Caballito

by filipdebont

This modern monument is named El Caballito (little horse). It is 28 meters high and weight : 26 tons. Note also that in the font of the picture, you see people selling all kind of stuff along the streets.

The real Mexico national drink

by pencho15

Tought little known the Pulque is a mexican drink with history and legends and it´s consumed since prehispanic times.

According to the aztec legend the goddes Mayahuel was in love with Quetzalcoatl, her grandmother didn´t allow her to marry him so they ran away together.
The furious grandmother released a monsters called TziTzime, they hunted the couple and killed Mayahuel.
Quetzalcoatl buried the remains of her body and after some time the first magueyes grew from this spots.
After some time Quetzalcoatl teached the human kind how to prepare pulque from the maguey juice

The pulque became so important between the aztecs that only governors and pregnant women (the high protein content made childrens born very healthy) were allowed to drink it appart from Mayahuel celebration days.
The pulque maintained it´s importance during the spanish domination and the first years of independence, according to records there were over 3000 pulquerias (the place were pulque is selled) by 1900, but beer producers launched a discredit campaign in order to have more consumers and unfortunately they were succsesfull, today pulque has almost dissapeared from major cities (currently there are about 150 pulquerias on Mexico City)
Pulquerias were famous by it´s murals and names, you can order "pulque blanco" (natural) or a "curado" (pulque with some flavor like Melon, Mango or Pineapple)
if you run into a pulquería try this traditional drink, and be carefull, it´s strong

Small Backpack/Knap Sack

by Aptypo

It gives you a chance to carry more things when walking around in the city. When carrying the big backpack, attach the small one by a carabiner (with a safety lock so that it will not disconnect) to the shoulder strap of the big one. This way you have easy access to tickets and other important things in the small backpack. The carabiner makes it impossible for thieves to just grab the small backpack and run.

Water Park

by Laura_Mexico

There is a Water Park called "El Rollo" inside Mexico City, but the best one is located 2 hours away from the city (the name is the same). You can get there by bus or by car, it's in the state of Morelos (about a half hour farther than the town of Cuernavaca) and the weather there is marvellous for a day of pic-nic, swimming and having fun! If you enjoy this kind of activity, I highly recommend it!

still in Zona Rosa

by alza about Mariachi Hang Out ?

Lots of fun. More Mariachi pics in a travelogue below. No codes are set for a good old Mexican fiesta. Inside and terrace seating, very informal and you can sing and whistle and clap along with everyone else.


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Address: Antonio Dovali Jaime 75, Col Centro de Ciudad, Mexico City 01210, Mexico