This is convenient if you have business in the Puerta de Hierro/Andares zone, otherwise it is probably not worth the effort. The access is very difficult, the motor lobby/valet parking area is very small and frequently very congested. While the hotel has an Acueducto address, is does not actually face Acueducto but instead, real de Acueducto. The rooms are smaller than your average hotel room (definitely not 35 m2) and there are not many amenities. The lobby is very small and the front desk is not overstaffed, so you might need to wait to check in or out. However, if you need a clean place to sleep and want to save money this is an option. There are many restaurants within easy walking distance, including a Johnny Rockets downstairs. There is a Starbucks within easy walking distance in the adjacent Unicenter, also a supermarket Superama). There are more than a dozen table service restaurants (including California Pizza Kitchen, Chili's, Outback Cafe and PF Chang's plus a lot of great local restaurants) in the adjacent, mammoth, open air, two-level regional fashion mall known as Andares (and two department stores and many mid level fashion stores, even a few affordable luxury stores such as Burberry and Coach, plus de luxe luxury cinemas).
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