This hotel is well located. You can walk to Chapultepec Park (museums, castle, zoo) and teh Zona Rosa (Insurgentes market, Antiques market, inexpensive restaurants). The room was very quiet, the elevators were fast, the beds were comfortable and the service was good. They did not even charge a fee for changing money. The only complaint I have is that the taxis at the hotel wee quite a bit more expensive then negotiating one yourself. I just did not use the hotel taxis. There were taxis stands witin walking distance so this was not a huge problem. The only other issue is that even water and coffee have additional charges. There is a 7/11 a few doors down - I simply bought my own water/juice/etc. There is a Starbucks attached to the hotel so coffee was not an issue either.
Unique Quality: There is a health club, internet access and a pleasant bar.
I live in Mexico City so I have not slept at this hotel; however, I do strongly advice that you NOT stay here during your visit to Mexico City. You will see some of their publicity on VT, but there are so many other choices that you should just leave this one out.
I will not start a political disertation here because it is not the right place to do so... So I will only say that this hotel, owned and run by a company from the USA, kicks out guests only because of their nationality following instructions from their headquarters. There is currently a big scandal in Mexico because the executives at this hotel - if they can call themselves a real hotel - asked a group of Cuban businessmen to leave the facilities only because they were Cuban and for this very reason the US-headquarters ordered that they be kicked out. Amazing that such thing can happen nowadays and, moreover, outside of the USA where the US legislation - and their prejudices and/or preferences for that matter - is NOT valid.
The people at the Mexican branch of the hotel located in front of our Independence Monument (there is one more right in downtown and another one in the outskirts of the city, towards the west) proved to be really narrow-minded but I suppose they had no choice but to obbey the instructions coming from their big bosses. However, this was a violation to the Mexican law, to the Human Rights and a total lack of manners and common sense from people who are supposed and required to provide the service that the guests are paying for.
To top it all: the Cuban businessmen had paid in advance for their 3-day stay and they DID NOT get a reimbursement after having being expelled from the hotel............... would you like to stay in such a "hotel"??????? I'd rather NOT! Stay away!
Sheraton Maria Izabel, 491 ap, Lounge with Entertainment, Jorongo Bar with live Mariachis, Health Club with sauna, steam Bath and Gym
Unique Quality: The hotel is acrros from Zona Rosa(pink Zone) a nice place to walk, with many monuments, restaurants, shopping.
Is is near Chapultepec Castle and Anthropology Museum
Directions: Paseo de La Reforma 325
Mexico DF 06500
We will be in Mexico City tomorrow and would want to take a taxi from the airport to Sheraton Maria Isabel - Zona Rosa region. Would youknow how much it costs. Is it per person or per taxi. We want to use the official airport taxi. How do we go about it?
When you exit the aduana, customs area, you walk to your right, all the way till the end of the terminal. There are many signs that say taxis, just follow them, its very easy to get there. It may cost about 150-200 pesos, around 15 dollars for the car, 4 people in each cab. They will ask you where you are going and you just have to tell them, zona rosa and the name of your hotel. Have a great trip!
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Address: Paseo de la Reforma 325, Col. Cuauhtemoc | Distrito Federal, Mexico City 06500, Mexico