Value Score Average Value
Good For Solo
***This is now the Hilton Reforma***
We wanted to be close to the historic center and the Hilton Reforma met our needs. We were right across the street from Alameda Park, which is the entrance to the historic area. The hotel was decorated for Christmas which was lovely. We had a nice room on the 23rd floor.
Unique Quality: The in-room jacuzzi was a nice treat at the end of a long day. The breakfast room on the 26th floor provided great views of the city.
Good hotel at good location
Excellent business class five star hotel. Business center, exercise facilties, restaurant, wine bar, boutique, bar. Rooms are equipped with data ports and internet access (extra charge), cable, minibar, marble bathrooms. Rooms are quiet and and service was excellent. I had bellboys and maintenance come to my room at midnite to fix the air conditioning (it was broken) but I was transferred to another room. Higher floors command good views of the city. Cotton sheets.and comfortable bed.. Concierge was helpful. Most guests are business travelers but overall service was friendly.
Unique Quality: Great views, exercise facilities, restaurant, 2 bars, rooms are quiet, beds are very comfortable, dataport in each room as well as internet access. air conditioning. Service overall was very good. This hotel is less than a year old but it looks like it will be a wonderful addition to the list of 5 star hotels in Mexico City.
Directions: Across from Alameda park. If you need to use taxi, it helps to tell the taxi driver Sheraton Alameda Park.
#1 in location and luxury
This is a VERY nice, modern business hotel. My mother and I stayed here for 4 days/3 nights. It was luxurious, comfortable and the perfect location for exploring the city. I have to put down a disclaimer, however, that this is a VERY expensive hotel. Typical rack rates begin at $300 USD and above. Sometimes you can find discounted rates on www.spg.com for Internet-only, prepaid rates. I was lucky to be able to use my Starwood points to get a "Cash and Points" rate of $45/night!
So, if you've got Starwood points, I urge you to definitely use them to explore Mexico City from this premium Starwood property.
Unique Quality: It is a fully equipped business hotel, with business center, 2 restaurants, 1 cafe, shops, concierge service, meeting and convention facilities, etc. The staff is nice and helpful, but given that my mom and I were obviously tourists (wearing shorts while everyone around us was in business suits) we did get suspicious stares from some of the lobby staff. But again, they were all very nice to us.
The beds were so comfortable; turn-down service available each evening; the views from the rooms incredible; marble bathtubs, mini-bar, etc.
Stay here if you want luxury, comfort and the amenities of an international business-class hotel. It is a premium Starwood hotel property, and obviously prides itself on its service and quality location and accomodations. Stay elsewhere if you're looking for quaint, charming, down-to-earth qualities.
But, the location can't be beat--literally a few short blocks from the historic center and centrally convenient to all the museums, the Zocalo, the Palacio de Bellas Artes, Templo Mayor, etc. There are other hotels located within the Historic Centre, but the Sheraton has the benefit of being a few short blocks away, resulting in a quiet, peaceful respite from the hustle and bustle of the Historic Centre.
Directions: IDEAL LOCATION: located across the street from the Alameda (west end, directly across the street from the Museo Mural Diego Rivera.) 3-4 short blocks from the Centro Historico leading to the Zocalo. Perfect, A+ location!
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Mexico City hotels
I'll be in Mexico City for three nights in August and I'm looking for recommendations on a place to stay under US$100 per night. Thanks for your help.
RE: Mexico City hotels
Sheraton Centro Historico next to the Alameda Central park is nice. Nice views from your window, close to Centro Historico, Bellas Artes and some nice, affordable restaurants (recommend la Casa de los Azulejos). Also very close to the Subway, to hit Zona Rosa, bus stations etc.
RE: Mexico City hotels
I stayed at the Holiday Inn, Historic Zone, just across from the square. It was excellent, clean, safe, friendly. Close to the metro. If you stay in the area, be sure you eat at a restaurant La Capellia, excellent!!!! it is on the same street as the hotel, 5 Cinco de Mayo.
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